Light's on but surfer's home?

by Judy Lowe -- Internet answering machine. If you have only one phone line and you're connected to the Internet a lot, you're probably missing some phone calls. Now you can surf more…

Exploiting violent emotions in the Middle East

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…

The ghost of Mr. Clinton

by Chuck Baldwin -- If one is looking at the Middle East to find the Clinton legacy, he is looking in the wrong place. Instead, he should look no further than at more…

Gorifying the media

by Bill Steigerwald -- Send in the clowns -- and the fact-checkers. Al Gore is being interviewed all over the place. The new issue of Rolling Stone -- with Gore standing tall more…

All politics is local

by Alan Keyes -- In the final weeks of a presidential campaign, it is easy to overlook the importance of the thousands of local, state, and congressional elections that will also be more…

Good grief, Trulock

by Gordon Prather -- Walter Pincus, the "Dean" of national security affairs in the Washington Press Corps, let in this week blinding sunlight on what may be the most embarrassing -- if more…

The overweight epidemic

by Richard Grenier -- Weight? Who cares about weight? To tell the truth, I used to care seriously about weight when I was around 20, when I boxed in the regimental championships more…

Evangelicals energized as election nears

by Jerry Falwell -- For several months, I have been seeing a remarkable energy within the evangelical community as the November elections draw near. I truly have not seen such a vigorous more…

Miss America: How long will she wave?

by Cynthia Grenier -- The Miss America Pageant saw its 80th year last week and -- like many an institution, or individual for that matter, up in years -- was beginning to more…

7 ways to make your neighborhood safer

by Harry Browne -- America's crime rate has risen almost continually for the past 35 years. Very little of the great plans to reverse the trend -- whether mandatory sentences or more more…