Brainwashing 101

by Kyle Williams -- In the June issue of the American Psychological Association Journal of Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Dr. Warren Throckmorton has written an article titled, "Initial Empirical and Clinical more…

Stimulating images, damaged minds

by Judith Reisman -- It was inevitable. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia – in American Library Association, Inc., [and] Multnomah County Public Library vs. United States more…

Bush burned by climate report

by Henry Lamb -- Despite a flurry of media reports to the contrary, the Bush administration's policy on climate change has not flip-flopped. The media frenzy followed the release of a U.S. more…

The rules have changed

by Jerry Falwell -- It's time to get serious about protecting our nation against terrorism. The time for politically correct, feel-good "solutions" is past. We must accelerate our efforts to get our more…

Nukes, wheat smut and chicken feed

by Gordon Prather -- With nuke-armed Pakistan and nuke-armed India on the verge of war – and with President Bush vowing to take the offensive in the War on Terrorism – now more…

Whistleblowers gone with the wind

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The media has been abuzz recently with the story of whistleblower Coleen Rowley, the FBI special agent who called Director Mueller on the recent fumble on terrorist threats. more…

The real priorities of Egypt

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "All come to the Sphinx, but the Sphinx goes nowhere," says an Egyptian proverb, reflecting the Egyptian dream to become so important that the eyes of the world more…

Response to Ellen Ratner's WND column

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Ellen Ratner and Gareth Schweitzer attempt to criticize me in their article "Removing Norquist's burkha" (WorldNetDaily, May 31) for a series of sins. I count 10 attacks, and more…

9-11 probe bungled too

by Jon Dougherty -- Who is Khalid Almihdhar? He is one of the 20 suspected hijackers who committed the Sept. 11 attacks. What was he doing around January 2000? According to reports more…

Judicial activism's ugly reach

by Thomas Jipping -- A federal court has again proved what happens when the people lose the power to run the country and define the culture. Not only do we lose our more…