Dissident voices

by J.R. Nyquist -- In his book, "After the Fall," Jeffrey C. Goldberg was struck by democratic Czechoslovakia's cult of personality. "Plastered on walls and buildings, in subway corridors, in car and more…

Implausible deniability

by Geoff Metcalf -- So, is anybody buying any of this "we didn't know" denial of the Clinton's regarding Hugh Rodham's cash-for-clemency deal (and others)? Anybody? We have a new (albeit chronic) more…

Looking ahead

by Alan Keyes -- Thinking carefully about the future is one of the tests of the maturity of a republic, and one in which the example of wise leaders can be crucial. more…

Protecting your pajamas from nukes

by Gordon Prather -- You’ve probably seen the 'before' and 'after' pictures of Hiroshima. Talk about mass destruction. There were also a lot of civilians killed that day in 1945 -- tens more…

Way out of control

by Henry Lamb -- Regardless of the warm and fuzzy phrases that surround the concept of sustainable development, in practice, sustainable development is managed development. The Columbia River Gorge Commission is a more…

Losing your soul

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a recent interview conducted by WND’s Geoff Metcalf, British conservative journalist Peter Hitchens referred to his country’s prime minister, Tony Blair, as a “hole in the air.” more…

Racing to win

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- While devastated racing fans grieve over a death in the family, and others push reforms that might make a deadly sport only slightly less deadly, I prefer to more…

Time enough?

by Jerry Falwell -- When Dale Earnhardt strapped himself into his car prior to racing in the Daytona 500 on Sunday, I doubt that he actually considered that he would never finish more…

A time for violence?

by Cynthia Grenier -- Seeing "3000 Miles to Graceland" may well make you wish yourself 3000 miles anywhere but in a movie house watching Kevin Costner in his latest film. Now if more…

From the heart of Iran's darkness

by Richard Grenier -- A heartening glow of light emerges from one of the world's darkest countries. Iran's "The Circle," the grim tale that -- to everyone's surprise -- won the top more…