Gore: Renaissance man or unbalanced?

by David Limbaugh -- To me the only thing more frightening than Al Gore's book "Earth in the Balance" is that he reportedly believes the stuff in it. There's another thing about more…

Does character count?

by Johnny Chung -- Like many other American families Tuesday night, my family watched the first presidential debate. Both candidates talked about a myriad of issues, including tax cuts, the national budget, more…

Gore's continuing credibility problem

by Jon Dougherty -- What, did I hear more "misstatements," "embellishments" and "oversights" spoken by the master fibber in this campaign, Vice President Al Gore, during the first presidential debate? Yeah, that's more…

Victory tear gas

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Aleksandar Pavic in Belgrade has been reporting for WorldNetDaily on Yugoslavia's historic election and its chaotic aftermath. By Aleksandar Pavic © 2000, WorldNetDaily.com, Inc. BELGRADE - more…

The great Browne-out

by Alan W. Bock -- The most striking aspect of the hoopla surrounding the excruciatingly sound bite-driven presidential debates this week was the continued media blackout of Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne. more…

PETA hires Jesus Christ?

by Joel Miller -- PETA's latest ad campaign showing the Shroud of Turin bedecked with the words, "Make a Lasting Impression -- Go Vegetarian," couldn't be better timed, since word that new more…

The lesson of the mole

by Joseph Farah -- Am I the only one who thinks the case of the leaked campaign videotape reflects almost as badly on George W. Bush's campaign as it does on Al more…

Little men lost in a big world

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…

Vouching for education?

by Thomas Jipping -- In November, citizens in many states will not only elect representatives, but also decide important policy issues. Politically driven activist judges, of course, see this exercise in democracy more…

On the road with Ford and Firestone

by Craige McMillan -- "Not to have worked that out for myself; not, given my education, to have read books, magazines, and newspapers of various viewpoints; not to have tried to see more…