Day of the dead

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- My phone rang last Friday while I was reading about the "suicide" of that whistle-blowing Enron exec, dead from what police call a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the more…

Club Fed and our invisible troops

by David Hackworth -- The brouhaha created by breast-beating human-rights groups over our military's treatment of the terrorist scuzz now vacationing at the Pentagon's recently opened Cuban Club Fed – eagerly aided more…

Dependent on D.C.

by Walter Williams -- "The shift from personal autonomy to dependence on government is perhaps the defining characteristic of modern American politics. In the span of barely one lifetime, a nation grounded more…

How to invest for 'bankruptcy protection'

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…

California police state

by Joseph Farah -- The totalitarians are fully in control of America's largest state. The battle for California is over. Write it off. Kiss it goodbye. Bid it a fond farewell. What more…

Enron pimps

by Hugh Hewitt -- How many times have we seen this movie? The central character has a job to do, a mission to perform, a room in which to quietly sit, or more…

The state of Social Security

by Jane Chastain -- There will be an elephant in the parlor of the U.S. House of Representatives tonight when President George W. Bush gives the State of the Union address. I'm more…

The de-Christianization of VMI

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Perhaps the greatest achievement of the militant atheism that is now America's established church is that it has convinced Christians it is not a religion or an ideology more…

Media poll manipulation

by David Limbaugh -- The New York Times headline reads: "Poll Finds Enron's Taint Clings More to G.O.P. than Democrats." They should have added a subtitle declaring "Which is a Relief, Otherwise more…

Deeply deluded intellectuals

by Linda Bowles -- Parents who spend $30,000 or more a year to provide their offspring a prestigious education at an Ivy League school are almost certain to be buying their sons more…