A war on freedom

by John N. Doggett -- On Sept. 11, Americans were killed by a foreign enemy in America for the first time since the War of 1812. Only our veterans of foreign wars have more…

Senator Dim Bulb

by Gary Aldrich -- When I first heard the stories coming out of New York about Hillary Clinton's appearance at a fund-raiser to benefit 9-11 victims, I promised myself I was not more…

Why the Yankees will win

by Joseph Farah -- Yes, folks, that headline is correct. Joseph Farah is writing about sports today, sort of. … I know. I know what you're going to say: "Farah, there are more…

A drop in the bucket

by Ellen Ratner -- Editor's note: This is Ellen Ratner's debut commentary for WorldNetDaily. You can find her column here each Friday exclusively on WorldNetDaily. Reporter Gareth Schweitzer contributed to this column. more…

Redundant incompetence

by Jon Dougherty -- Most of us cannot envision a life without bureaucracy – those inefficient, cumbersome, lethargic tax-supported entities that, were they businesses, would have folded long ago, their managers jailed more…

Tracking down the enemy within

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- On June 13, 1942, eight trained saboteurs paddled ashore on rafts from Nazi submarines in Florida and Long Island. Carrying fake IDs, explosives and $175,000 in cash, Hitler's more…

Obedient Democrats

by Thomas Jipping -- Senate Democrats are playing hardball in their obstruction campaign against President Bush's judicial nominees. Mind you, Republicans thought they were the ones playing hardball recently by blocking appropriations more…

Kiss patients' rights goodbye?

by Medicine Men -- Civilization is a tricky affair. It depends on two opposite conditions. One is our ability to live and work together – especially under conditions of common danger and more…

Evidence of restraint

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- American citizens who have doubts – any doubts – about the war have been subjected to an amazing barrage of hate and threats in recent days. But if more…

Global governance glitch
– Part 1

by Henry Lamb -- Editor's note: This is the first of two parts of Henry Lamb's commentary explaining the relationship of the political left and the political right to global governance efforts. more…