'He weareth the Christian down'

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- At Versailles in 1919, delegates of four of the five victorious powers arrived with cold, clear ideas of what they must bring home. Japan demanded and got Germany's more…

Dennis K. vs. the new American menace

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I've never seen regular people so angry about politics or, for that matter, a forthcoming national election. Sheer rage among ordinary Americans – acting like we'd better knock more…

Poor education prognosis

by Walter Williams -- Drs. Abigail and Stephan Thernstrom's new book "No Excuses: Closing the Racial Gap in Learning" shows that the government education whites receive is nothing to write home about, more…

How 'minority capitalism' undid Ron Brown

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This column is the second segment of a new 11-part exclusive WorldNetDaily series excerpted from Jack Cashill's shocking new book, "Ron Brown's Body." "At the end more…

The mall of shame

by David Limbaugh -- A pro-abortion marcher in Washington on Sunday said, "I just had to be here to fight for the next generation and the generation after that." I'd like to more…

Pat Tillman, one of the 36

by Dennis Prager -- There is a famous Jewish legend that holds that at any given time, there are 36 tzadikim – particularly good people – living on earth. Thanks to them, more…

Thin skins bleed easily

by David Hackworth -- The central theme of Sun Tzu's timeless book, "The Art of War," is for commanders to take care of their troops. If one of his generals had sent more…

No more appeasement

by Joseph Farah -- Most Americans probably think the Islamic terrorists declared war on the United States Sept. 11, 2001. Actually, it started a long time before – right from the birth more…

If we're evil, what are they?

by Mychal Massie -- John Kerry, Al Gore, Michael Moore, the elite wealthy liberal "We hate America legions" and the radical Muslims are never at a loss to tell us how evil more…

What about 'Jack the Zipper'?

by Les Kinsolving -- On the same day in Washington that the nation's daily newspaper editors met in convention and were addressed by President Bush, New York Times columnist William Safire reviewed more…