Our buddy Saddam

by David Dolan -- I had lunch in the walled Old City of Jerusalem on Friday with two visiting American businessmen. Israeli police helicopters hovered overhead, monitoring tens of thousands of Muslims more…

Lies, lies and more lies

by Henry Lamb -- Chicken Little's "the sky is falling" story taught a generation of children not to make up stories that are untrue. Unfortunately, Greenpeace, the World Wildlife Fund, the Natural more…

Dare to dream!

by Kyle Williams -- Many home-schooling parents and others have asked me how I became interested in politics or how I started writing for WorldNetDaily. In reply to them, I am writing more…

Can't rule anything out?

by Gordon Prather -- If you ask, "Do you really believe Brownies are potential airliner hijackers?" – the Grand Pooh-bahs reply, "We can't rule them out." If you ask, "Are you going more…

A liberal's manifesto

by Ellen Ratner -- Over the last 20 years, there's been a lot of confusion about what a liberal is and what a liberal stands for. Well, we're in a shooting war more…

Good tidings of great joy

by Joseph Farah -- "Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the city more…

Afghanistan's war on women

by John N. Doggett -- Two years ago, I wrote the following column about the horror of Afghanistan. Back then, some readers denied what was happening to women and the world turned it more…

Military tribunals: A wartime necessity

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- When Leon Czolgosz shot President William McKinley in 1901, he was tried before a civilian court, as was Giuseppe Zangara, the would-be assassin of President-elect Franklin Roosevelt in more…

Are real men really back?

by Debbie Schlussel -- Is due respect for men and machismo really back? The girly remake of "Brian's Song" answers the question. No. Before the Sept. 11 attacks, men and manliness, fathers more…

The recession and economic hypocrisy

by Jon Dougherty -- "Someone said that Wall Street fell; but we were so poor we couldn't tell." Those lyrics from a once-popular country song are appropriate this week for millions of more…