5 days that saved the world

by Richard Grenier -- Distinguished historian John Lukacs has examined five days in London in May 1940 when the future of Western civilization hung in perilous balance. Between May 24 and May more…

Bombs and butter

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Nation-building and providing humanitarian aid are admirable goals as America fights a shadowy enemy in the wasteland that is Afghanistan. But so is self-defense and winning the war more…

It's the Constitution, stupid!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Despite all the rhetoric and mobilization of the police and military, the only real act of successfully opposing terrorists was when civilians took matters into their own hands more…

Satellites tell the truth

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The explosion of a Russian airliner over the Black Sea on Oct. 4 has raised an interesting question relating to the crash of TWA Flight 800 off Long more…

Pray For America

by Jerry Falwell -- America is at war. Thousands of Americans are dead. And now, this week, we have been warned by President Bush and the FBI that the Osama bin Laden-type more…

Radical Islam and the role of women

by Yaffah daCosta -- Last week, I guess I upset the apple cart (based on feedback I received) for a few Christians by writing about replacement theology and why that idea is more…

Terror on the horizon

by Henry Lamb -- So far, President Bush has resisted the calls to consolidate our response to Sept. 11, under the authority of the United Nations. The attack was against the United more…

Global realignment

by Gordon Prather -- Wow! Weren't you blown out of your tree by the report in WND this week of the cooperative deployment in the former Soviet Union of Russian and U.S. more…

Might and right

by Alan Keyes -- Finding ourselves suddenly in a war that we must win, we are fortunate that we have the might to ensure that we will win. Might does not, cannot, more…

Through Arab eyes

by Cynthia Grenier -- A few years ago, a Beirut editor and journalist thought Western readers might like to see how Arabs viewed that historic event known so well in the West more…