Spies: Who needs 'em?

by Alan W. Bock -- Nobody likes to hear about any American knowingly betraying his country, but this week's espionage revelation suggests that some serious rethinking of the proper role of espionage and more…

Understanding the 'n' word

by Larry Elder -- The occasion: Black History Month. The setting: A hotel in the Bay area community of Emeryville. The forum: The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, with 400 blacks in more…

Your 'Net' investment: Then and now

by Doug Casey -- Some might ask why I've chosen this article, originally run in the November 1999 issue of International Speculator, to lead off a weekly column here on WorldNetDaily. The more…

Nothing 'gay' about bigotry

by Casey Brooks -- I don't wear Levi's anymore. And I don't drink Coors beer, attend the Episcopal Church or patronize Disney. I used to enjoy listening to Melissa Etheridge, until it more…

The tip of the iceberg?

by J.R. Nyquist -- A Russian mole has apparently been caught. Earlier this week, Robert P. Hanssen became the third FBI agent to be charged with espionage. His neighbors, quite predictably, reacted more…

Fed in a bind

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Alan Greenspan may have come to believe the media when they say he has extraordinary, even magical, power to steer the economy. Like the captain of a ship, more…

Elton, Eminem deserve each other

by Joseph Farah -- Lynne Cheney and others were shocked, shocked, I tell you, that Elton John would perform last night at the Grammys with rapper Eminem. I personally find myself shocked more…

Yellow brick road to ruin

by Thomas Jipping -- Some people know how to boost ratings. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which hosts the annual Grammy Awards, paired rapper Eminem with now-Sir Elton John more…

So much for land, resources and dignity

by Jon Dougherty -- On Jan. 15 I wrote a criticism of former Attorney General Janet Reno's decision to allow known Clinton-Gore campaign financier James Riady to get away with a measly more…

The great divide

by Craige McMillan -- "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword." --Jesus It's often a surprise more…