Labor Day blues: What workers' paradise?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Once again, ordinary American workers – the heart and soul and blood and bone and muscle and guts of our nation – have been clobbered by greedy, elitist more…

Branded by the left

by Hugh Hewitt -- The attempt by John Kerry and his allies in Big Media to assign responsibility for the Swift Boat vets' ads to President Bush and Karl Rove ignores a more…

A soldier's will

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

The Times' bias against conservative Christians

by Michelle Malkin -- Over the past two months, the New York Times has hammered Republicans for including conservative Christians in the American electoral process: On June 18, reporter David D. Kilpatrick's more…

Writers for hire

by Burt Prelutsky -- Writers really have it rotten. Not the least of their problems is that they have to put up with constant criticism of their work. And they get this more…

Is America at last coming home?

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- At the close of his address to the Veterans of Foreign Wars a week ago, President Bush announced a redeployment of 70,000 U.S. troops and 100,000 family members more…

If all else fails, silence them!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- How's this for chutzpah? The homosexual activist group Human Rights Campaign, which has endorsed John Kerry for president, is demanding the Republican Party suppress any speeches or performances more…

Different names, same goal: Misinformation

by Mychal Massie -- The difference between the American mainstream press and Al-Jazeera is that in less than 100 hours after the latest beheading of an American by rabid swine, the U.S. more…

Kerry's character

by Joseph Farah -- The television ads for the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth are getting a great deal of attention. But they're not getting attention because millions of people are seeing more…

Here comes the judge … not!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- In the lazy days of late summer, when Congress is off campaigning and Washington more or less grinds to a halt, it's easy to forget those poor judges more…