Vote early, vote often

by -NO AUTHOR- -- While voter fraud is not new in this nation, it seems to be gathering steam in recent years with the absentee voting explosion, loosened voting registration requirements and more…

Thank you for your support

by Joseph Farah -- In recent weeks many of you have written to me concerned about the slowness of the WorldNetDaily site. I sympathize. I have had the same problem. While I more…

The founders' wisdom

by Alan Keyes -- Nothing about the current extraordinary aftermath of the presidential election has been quite as alarming as the spectacle of almost uniform ignorance among our political elites, media and more…

The Florida Impasse

by Jerry Falwell -- On Tuesday night, America's voters experienced an unbelievable -- and, frankly, inexcusable -- roller coaster ride as the networks initially proclaimed Florida for Vice President Al Gore before more…

Misogyny, misery and losers

by Cynthia Grenier -- The French are quite beside themselves these days over a phenomenally successful bestseller. To date "Elementary Particles" has sold more than 300,000 copies -- truly a record number more…

No margin of error

by Gordon Prather -- Well, it's finally happened. On Nov. 7 the long-running attempt by the media elite to take over the American electoral process was finally exposed. No one has yet more…

Electors beware!

by Richard Grenier -- At sometime after midnight, Richard Nixon put on his pajamas, brushed his teeth, and went to bed. He had just won the election to be president of the more…

Trip to the Fatherland

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's Note: I was sitting across the table from my grandpa a few years ago, each of us dining on my grandma Lucy's masterful cuisine. Grandpa was telling more…

Be a man, Al: Concede

by Jon Dougherty -- As a huge boxing fan, I can tell you that anytime Mike Tyson fights -- whether it's his fault or not -- there is usually some sort of more…

Invading Normandy

by Stuart Goldman -- NORMANDY, France -- Stuck in my hotel room here in the midst of what the French call a "tempest," I hate to admit it but I'm enjoying myself. more…