Accepting the unacceptable

by Bill O'Reilly -- Do you remember "Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier"? How about Gidget or Annette Funicello? If those names prompt vivid images in your mind, then you also more…

Compassionate hatred

by Craige McMillan -- We live in an age of deceit, and few things today are more deceitful than the political left's phony compassion. From abortion to euthanasia, the Kyoto climate treaty more…

Pride and professionalism

by Jon Dougherty -- Readers of WND’s online "rival," Newsmax.com, learned Tuesday that cyber-war expert Charles R. Smith, just joined that publication as a regular "pundit." In the bio of Charlie published more…

Butt implants!

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- While I run a close second to my fondest friend Monty, who formerly subscribed to some 23-odd publications -- whatever else to do on a desert island? -- more…

Remember Pearl Harbor?

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Junichiro Koizumi, prime minister Re: Thinking About Japan I see in your very first press conference, you mentioned World War II: "Why did Japan go to more…

America's amnesia

by Walter Williams -- Arthur M. Schlesinger wrote in "The Disuniting of America": "History is to the nation ... as memory is to the individual. An individual deprived of memory becomes disoriented more…

When 'Palestine' meant 'Israel'

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK -- Yasser Arafat and other Arab leaders have been trying to establish a link between modern-day "Palestinian" Arabs and the ancient people known as the Philistines. more…

Revisiting perestroika

by Hal Lindsey -- A recent poll asked Americans to identify what they believed was the greatest threat to U.S. security in the world today. For a third of America, the greatest more…

Al Sharpton discovers the Sudan

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- NEW YORK -- What do Saddam Hussein, Al Sharpton, oil and Coca Cola have in common? They’re all heavily involved in the ongoing genocidal killing fields of Sudan, more…

Be careful what you ask for

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Teachers, be careful what you ask for. You might get a rebellion. As Americans demand more from their often low-performing public schools, educators pass the buck to the more…