Understanding the 'n' word

by Larry Elder -- The occasion: Black History Month. The setting: A hotel in the Bay area community of Emeryville. The forum: The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, with 400 blacks in more…

Your 'Net' investment: Then and now

by Doug Casey -- Some might ask why I've chosen this article, originally run in the November 1999 issue of International Speculator, to lead off a weekly column here on WorldNetDaily. The more…

Nothing 'gay' about bigotry

by Casey Brooks -- I don't wear Levi's anymore. And I don't drink Coors beer, attend the Episcopal Church or patronize Disney. I used to enjoy listening to Melissa Etheridge, until it more…

The tip of the iceberg?

by J.R. Nyquist -- A Russian mole has apparently been caught. Earlier this week, Robert P. Hanssen became the third FBI agent to be charged with espionage. His neighbors, quite predictably, reacted more…

Cross-border dope war

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- Leadership is not about just taking charge, but taking responsibility. President Bush illustrated that in Mexico last week when, on behalf of the American people, he more…

Rendering unto Caesar

by Joseph Farah -- I've been pilloried by Christians for the last week for opposing the federal seizure of a church in Indianapolis. Most of the criticism boils down to two scriptural more…

More than just cutting taxes

by Jon Dougherty -- During his Saturday radio address, President George W. Bush pledged to spend nearly $48 billion more to expand Department of Education programs. I don't know about you, but more…

World's fate hangs on 35 acres

by Hal Lindsey -- I know this must sound crazy, but I believe the fate of the world will be determined by an ancient feud over 35 acres of land. As we more…

Will public rise to the Scouts' defense?

by Don Feder -- Since the Supreme Court decision last June upholding the Boy Scouts of America's freedom of association, homosexual activists have waged unconditional warfare on the Scouts. More is at more…

Death, and life, in the big city

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The lights were always on. For the last month, the mega-watt dining-room lights to the huge triplex apartment behind me were on, day and night, shining obtrusively into more…