First casualty of war

by Gary Aldrich -- They say the first casualty of war is truth. Most people probably think that means the U.S. government is empowered to lie about anything, if it means we'll more…

Real reform: Repeal all campaign laws

by Harry Browne -- You've undoubtedly read enough articles to know already what a farce the "campaign finance reform" bill is. Among other things, it outlaws most candidate advertising during the last more…

Medical care power struggle

by Medicine Men -- Hippocrates was a Greek physician. His name graces the Hippocratic Oath that, among other things, obliges doctors to "do no harm" and to place the patient's welfare before more…

Who was Daniel Pearl?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- When I worked for the mainstream media, rumor had it that an editor of mine had once been a "CIA asset" in the Middle East. Though that was more…

How the State confiscates rights

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Sept. 11 came crashing in on me (Tal Brooke) at the halfway point of a round-trip airline journey from the West Coast to the East Coast. Before the more…

Mineta's Bataan death march

by Ann Coulter -- Editor's note: Get Ann Coulter's scathing case against Bill Clinton. Autographed and non-autographed copies of 'High Crimes and Misdemeanors' are now available from WorldNetDaily's online store!According to initial more…

The miasma of media myth-making

by Ilana Mercer -- In the wake of poor Daniel Pearl's horrible murder, CNN news anchors took a break from celebrating the Islamic hajj and turned their short attention spans to celebrating more…

Politically incorrect murders

by Larry Elder -- On Oct. 7, 1998, two thugs killed gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard. HBO recently moved up the airdate for "The Laramie Project," its Matthew Shepard movie, more…

With friends like Pakistan ...

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – What a relief to know we have Pakistan to help us fight terrorism. Since its "reform-minded" president, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, agreed to "crack down" on Pakistani more…

What's wrong with the press?

by Joseph Farah -- I don't do this very often. I don't like to criticize the establishment press. It's just too easy. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. I prefer bigger more…