What has 'victory' achieved?

by Harry Browne -- On Sept. 11, foreign terrorists killed several thousand people by destroying the World Trade Center and damaging the Pentagon. Some people considered this a criminal act – not more…

Wrongful birth?

by Medicine Men -- Charles de Gaulle once remarked that France without greatness isn't France. Nowadays, we're wondering whether France without common sense can still lay claim to greatness, or to much more…

Lollygag Leahy?

by Thomas Jipping -- With the second year of President Bush's term and of the 107th Congress about to begin, we can expect great things on the judicial-appointment front as long as more…

Ready or not … recession!

by Doug Casey -- There's no question we're already in a recession, and have been for over a year – here come the GDP stats. Year-on-year industrial production fell by 5.8 percent more…

The gold bull of 2002

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

I sent mother-in-law packing

by Joseph Farah -- On Christmas Day, I sent my mother-in-law packing. You think I'm mean? You think I'm a bad son-in-law? You think I have no feelings? You think I'm heartless? more…

Arafat's ship of fools

by Hal Lindsey -- The Arab spin machine is whirring full blast over the seizure of the PA arms ship. Israeli Defense Forces seized the Karine A in international waters in the more…

Just say 'no' to air travel!

by Tom Ambrose -- I really used to enjoy flying. But not any longer. Why? Because young girls are being frisked and having to lower their pants in public by sleazy security more…

Did Mohammed invent profiling?

by Ilana Mercer -- When it comes to the sensitive topic of profiling, Muslims, historically, were innovators in their own right. The Nazis were not the originators of the yellow cloth with more…

South Africa after apartheid

by Walter Williams -- Moral crusaders have the habit of heading off to their next crusade without bothering to see whether anything went wrong on their last one. During the '80s, TransAfrica, more…