WND's new strategic technical partner

by -NO AUTHOR- -- For the first time in more than two years, WorldNetDaily has switched to a new main server this week as part of a technical strategic partnership with one more…

Musings on the millennium

by Hal Lindsey -- It's now officially the new millennium; 2001 came and went without incident, a far cry from last year's Millennium 2000. At last, people can stop pointing out to more…

Don Rumsfeld, pragmatist

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Gen. Colin Powell From: Jude Wanniski Re: Rummy at the Pentagon The New York Times recently reported that when you first heard that Donald Rumsfeld was being more…

Black slavery is alive

by Walter Williams -- Black slaves are still available -- just not in the United States. To make a purchase, you'd have to travel to the Sudan as Gerald Williams, Harvard University more…

Slavery to the state

by Joseph Farah -- Even before President-elect George W. Bush is sworn in, his proposal for an all-too-modest tax cut is being savaged as a threat to the republic. The real threat more…

A tranquil New Year's novelty

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- It's an index of how much I hate New Year's Eve that my best one so far was spent a while ago at a Hare Krishna ashram listening more…

Clinton embraces International Criminal Court

by Henry Lamb -- Only hours before the Dec. 31 deadline, Bill Clinton gave the United Nations its most significant victory so far in its relentless quest for global governance: the International more…

Bush's daunting challenges

by David Limbaugh -- Advance disclaimer: While the tone of this column may sound pessimistic, I want to assure you that I am optimistic about George W. Bush's ability to lead this more…

Secretary Rumsfeld

by -NO AUTHOR- -- George W. Bush's selection of Donald Rumsfeld to serve as his secretary of defense is momentous, not only because of the extraordinary capabilities the nominee will bring to more…