Jane Harman as top spook?

by Joseph Farah -- Can it possibly be true? Is Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif., really under consideration by the White House as the first director of national intelligence? That's one of the more…

Protecting your kids from Internet predators

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Like many of today's 12-year-old girls, my daughter can type up a storm "chatting" with her little friends online. As a matter of fact, Kristin seems to type more…

The 'Oil-For-Food' crisis deepens

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The United Nations officially came into existence on Oct. 24, 1945. The world had decided it must unite to prevent another catastrophic world war. The United Nations was more…

Onward Christian soldiers!

by Bill Press -- For many religious conservatives, re-electing President Bush wasn't enough. They have a much bigger goal in mind. They won't be happy until they tear down the wall of more…

Golden insurance against switch to euros

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

Fighting the invasion

by Joseph Farah -- Americans are sick and tired of the illegal alien invasion of this country and are standing up to be counted. We're not afraid of the name-calling that inevitably more…

The Kofi grinder: Plunging into irrelevancy

by Hal Lindsey -- In the looking-glass world inhabited by socialists, liberals and United Nations' diplomats, being responsible for the worst scandal and biggest ripoff in world history means that one is more…

Approaching horsemen

by David Dolan -- I was privileged to attend portions of the second annual "Jerusalem Summit" held last week at the elegant King David Hotel, which sits regally perched above the biblical more…

Thick lawyers and Thickburgers

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Hungry? If you grab a new Hardee's Monster Thickburger, you won't be. The burger, which is 2.5 inches thick, packs 1,420 calories and 107 grams of fat. It more…

Hard work wins ... still

by Larry Elder -- Democratic pundits still scratch their heads as they try and figure out what the recent presidential election tells them. They believe that voters rejected the messenger, rather than more…