The debate is engaged!

by Elizabeth Farah -- The following is the correspondence exchanged between a reader and myself regarding my last column. MY COLUMN: Government can't educate without destroying the very object of education: the more…

Feeding the hand that bites you

by Chuck Baldwin -- According to U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary, Paul Wolfowitz, China is "almost certain" to become a world superpower, perhaps within the next 25 years. Wolfowitz warned that China could more…

Washington, D.C.: the Twilight Zone

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Washington, D.C., is commonly referred to as "inside the Beltway" or the "belly of the beast." However, our nation's capital could also be referred to as "The Twilight more…

Never again?

by Bill Steigerwald -- Hey, we don't want to ruin what's left of your nice summer by bringing up the subject of genocide. But remember that Rwanda thing back in 1994? You more…

I am not a Bush Republican!

by Alan Keyes -- Seven months into the Bush administration, it is time to ask some hard questions, and speak some hard truths. I have made a few specific comments, and even more…

Global taxation moves closer

by Henry Lamb -- "It will never happen," was the almost universal response to our first reports of global taxation nearly a decade ago. The folks at the United Nations, however, believe more…

The new 'racism'

by Jerry Falwell -- United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan arrived this week in Durban, South Africa to direct a conference on international racism wherein many participants have labeled Israel a racist state. more…

Who needs another police state?

by Joseph Farah -- One word you don't hear mentioned often with regard to the Middle East conflicts is "freedom." That's odd, but not entirely surprising. I think it's a word we more…

Where do we go from here?

by Bob Howard -- OK, so now even the staunchest of the tech bulls has thrown in the towel and realized the party is over in that sector. Remember those really good more…

Strangling, stifling, inefficient bureaucracy

by Jon Dougherty -- In his column on Thursday, WND editor in chief and CEO Joe Farah explained that government is not our friend. "Americans need to understand that government is, has more…