Dems: Any way at all to grab power

by Jon Dougherty -- If Democrats are one thing, they are thorough. As the presidential election continues to hang in the balance of multiple -- and illegal -- manual recounts in the more…

Kyoto freezing in The Hague

by Henry Lamb -- Den Haag (The Hague) could use a heavy dose of "global warming." As the steady drizzle here approaches the threshold to snow, the rhetoric heats up at the more…

The secret of the Kursk

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…

Pursuing justice

by Alan Keyes -- Despite the loose talk of "constitutional crisis" in the days since the election, it is perfectly clear that the wise crafting of our founders has left us with more…

Winning the 'right' way

by Larry Klayman -- The choice of presidential candidates for the 2000 elections has entered the "Twilight Zone" of cruel ironies. As Republicans created and then put forth a "Trojan horse" presidential more…

Irish eyes are smiling

by Joe Kovacs -- I'm not an Irishman. And I don't play one on TV. But having taken a vacation to Ireland just prior to the U.S. election mess -- and having more…

Roll over Harry Potter

by Cynthia Grenier -- First things first -- with all due fanfare. And extravagant fanfare it is too. The illustrious publishing house Knopf has just brought out the third volume of "His more…

Too late for a loose-nuke czar?

by Gordon Prather -- There's talk that a President Bush might ask Democrat Sam Nunn to be his secretary of defense. The former chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee would certainly more…

From Corsican caporal to international icon

by Richard Grenier -- In the midst of national confusion over the results of the presidential election, PBS broadcasted a four-hour television documentary on the life and career of Napoleon Bonaparte, a more…