The Manchurian media

by Toby Westerman -- Editor's note: The following article by WND contributing editor Toby Westerman is excerpted from the July cover story of WorldNet magazine. Readers can subscribe to WorldNet at WND's more…

Losing an incredible generation

by David Hackworth -- Medics have been my heroes from the first time I saw a "Doc" risk his life to patch up a wounded grunt. They're the bravest of the brave more…

'Twas a famous victory

by Gordon Prather -- Last Monday, June 26, President Clinton and Prime Minister Tony Blair staged an Anglo-American photo-op to announce that scientists had not yet completed mapping the human genome. Not more…

More than one Gumbel fumble

by -NO AUTHOR- -- That CBS' Bryant Gumbel is, among other things, a toilet-tongued vulgarian is not really news. The only thing new is that this has now been exposed live, on more…

Hollywood goes patriotic

by Chuck Baldwin -- A few days ago, June 28, Hollywood released a pro-freedom motion picture titled "The Patriot." Before hitting the screens in America, the new film was being lambasted by more…

Critiquing 'The Patriot' critics

by Geoff Metcalf -- I had intended to use this space to shamelessly self-promote my new venture with WorldNetDaily, which starts today. Commencing at 4:00pm Pacific time we introduce the next step more…

Men against the sea

by Richard Grenier -- One midwinter day off the coast of Massachusetts, a fishing vessel picked up a bottle enclosing a note. The ship was on the Georges Bank, one of the more…

Free Lebanon now!

by Joseph Farah -- The Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon brought hopes of independence and freedom for Lebanese. The international press celebrated the well-publicized pullout. Yet there has been scant attention to the more…

Are we taking our freedom for granted?

by Jon Dougherty -- It seems certain words or phrases these days evoke conditioned responses from people because they've been brainwashed into believing that those words represent evil. Words like "freedom," "liberty" more…