Flying the deadly skies

by Charles Smith -- On the night of April 26, 1994, China Air Lines flight 140 made its final approach to Nagoya, Japan. The weather over Nagoya was perfect, clear with light more…

Whatever happened to civil liberties?

by Joseph Farah -- Americans take freedom and their individual rights for granted. Yes, those rights are inalienable and God-given, but history shows us that government is always a threat to abrogate more…

Arafat: Yes wasn't good enough

by Hal Lindsey -- The considerable outrage being expressed by the uninformed on the daily talk shows is getting plenty of attention. Everyone, it seems, feels that the Palestinians are the injured more…

'Sizing' up online polls

by Scott Rasmussen -- A couple of weeks ago WorldNetDaily reader Paul V. Bass asked Joseph Farah a two-part question about Internet polling, which was passed on to me. The first half more…

Another sad PC story

by Jon Dougherty -- For band members in the Lewis and Clark High School band in Spokane, Wash., political correctness may prevent more award-winning performances of an imaginative and creative halftime show more…

Government and the little guy

by Walter Williams -- Government is on the side of the little guy, protecting him from the rich and powerful. That's what many people believe -- after all, that's the sermon preached more…

Women, women, women

by Richard Grenier -- As the 80th Miss America contest (no longer a "pageant" incidentally) built to a climax in Atlantic City, dedicated to the improvement of women's role in society, a more…

Nation building with bombers

by Jude Wanniski -- To: George W. Bush From: Jude Wanniski Re: A Commitment to Haiti You're getting tons of advice, I know, but I can't resist making a suggestion that I more…

No more Coles and no more snow jobs

by David Hackworth -- Seventeen American sailors were killed last week. Did these young men and women die because their seniors failed to do their duty? That's the question Congress should ask more…