Wanted: A SecDef who can cut it

by David Hackworth -- Next week, we the people will hire a new president. In January, the president-elect will take command of a military force that's on its knees in the center more…

Full byline disclosure

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- During a media panel discussion a few years ago, ABC News high priest Ted Koppel intoned that he never discloses how he votes -- not even more…

The ghost of Teddy Roosevelt

by Bill O'Reilly -- For Halloween I am going to dress up in a Teddy Roosevelt "Rough-Rider" costume. Then I am going to roam around grousing about this presidential election -- the more…

A vote for Nader is a waste

by Jon Dougherty -- Before readers of this column get the wrong idea, no -- I'm not stumping for Vice President Al Gore. I do think, however, that a vote for Green more…

What surplus?

by Jane Chastain -- Both presidential candidates are fighting over what to do with our $2 trillion surplus. The fight largely is meaningless because, back in Washington, our elected representatives are spending more…

A platform for pedophiles?

by Judith Reisman -- The day before Minnesota passed H.F. 585 in 1993, I was asked to assist parents' rights activists there who were trying to stop this "sexual orientation" bill introduced more…

Living in an age of unreality

by Joseph Farah -- ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Aldous Huxley said it best 56 years ago: "A really efficient totalitarian state would be one in which the all-powerful executive of political bosses more…

An inside look at Clinton-Gore press tactics

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Not a day goes by that I'm not asked by people across the country -- and countless Canadians, too, interestingly enough -- why the Washington press more…

America's theater of the absurd

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

In the Mideast, who's your pal?

by Jon Dougherty -- Once upon a time, Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was considered to be little more than a rogue, a terrorist, and a facilitator of violence by the U.S. government. more…