Supporting freedom
on the night shift

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Maj. Larry is an Air Force Reserve pilot who currently is serving in Operation: Enduring Freedom. He wrote this first-person account of his experience overseas. Larry more…

Simple fools in Afghanistan

by Barbara Simpson -- What's the new politically correct response to "good morning"? According to the "Book of Phrases" this week in the comic strip "B.C." by Johnny Hart, the caveman learns more…

Suing over security

by Kyle Williams -- Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the Illinois National Guard and the O'Hare International Airport security officers. Of course, an ACLU lawsuit is more…

Why we're No. 1

by Joseph Farah -- I'm happy to report to you that WorldNetDaily is still the undisputed heavyweight champion when it comes to independent news on the Net. It attracts 2.5 million unique more…

Surprise! Conservatives can read

by Jerry Falwell -- On Jan. 10, New York Times writer Martin Arnold, noting the popularity of Bernard Goldberg's book, "Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News," said, more…

Mandatory volunteerism

by -NO AUTHOR- -- If one can say that any good has come from the events of Sept. 11, that person could point to the renewed sense of patriotism and community that more…

Liberty's Silver lining

by Alan Keyes -- Friends of liberty began this new year in sorrow over the sudden death of Tom Silver, president and cofounder of the Claremont Institute and champion of the principles more…

Pro-lifers: Young and feisty

by Ellen Makkai -- Feisty young pro-life advocates are jumping into the abortion battle, and they mean to win. They come from middle schools, high schools, university campuses and coffee shops. Many more…

Enron and Kyoto: Down in flames

by Gordon Prather -- You’ve probably heard the bad news about Enron going down in flames. But maybe Enron’s spectacular fall from grace will cause the carbon-dioxide emissions reduction program, mandated by more…