Philanthropy is the best foreign aid

by Star Parker -- Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs intends to cut world poverty in half. He outlines his plan in a cover story in this past week's Time magazine. Sachs isn't just more…

The town next door

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…

What about the day after Easter?

by Mychal Massie -- It is nearly Easter. Soon children will hunt colored eggs and the candy sales will soar. To the folks of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), more…

Prayers for Terri

by David Limbaugh -- Absent a further court order, Terri Schiavo's feeding tube will be removed on Friday, and she will starve – painfully, many say – to death. Doesn't it strike more…

The unpredictability of revolutions

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Freedom and democracy are on the march. So, says President Bush. And, surely, something is on the march. Though from the look of that Beirut crowd of 500,000, more…

Spin sister goes global

by Ellen Ratner -- President Bush appointed another one of his favorite women to the State Department. Karen Hughes has been winning hearts and minds over for George W. Bush since he more…

Banker Bono – or Malo?

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

The saintly sinners

by Vox Day -- In his recent critique of libertarianism, "Marxism of the Right," published in the March American Conservative, Robert Locke immediately sets an erroneous tone by lumping ex-socialists in with more…