Kissing as an Olympic sport

by Richard Grenier -- I was how old? Fourteen? Fifteen? Anyway it was just enough to qualify for the New England swimming championships in Worcester, Mass., many years ago. I don't know more…

Gore: Going both ways

by Linda Bowles -- It would be a genuine challenge to choose which special-interest group in the Democratic Party has done the most to degrade virtue, celebrate depravity, denigrate Christianity, and stunt more…

Media biased for Gore? Oh, yeah

by Jon Dougherty -- The Washington Post ran a story on Monday by Howard Kurtz that attempted to explain away any notion that the establishment press (of which Kurtz is definitely a more…

My back-to-school column

by Joseph Farah -- I know I'm a little late, but here's my back-to-school column. I should warn you that part of this column is plagiarized. That's right. I copied it. I more…

What's so bad about Benedict?

by Chuck Baldwin -- I submit that a hidden enemy within the camp is more dangerous than a uniformed enemy outside the camp. I believe that a known, identifiable adversary is much more…

Analyze this

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…

House tackles infanticide

by Jane Chastain -- "Live-birth abortion" is an oxymoron if ever there was one, but in the state of Illinois and elsewhere, it's an oxymoron that has tied some of the best more…

Trust Gore with domestic energy policies?

by Jon Dougherty -- Has anyone really stopped to think about why the U.S. is having an alleged "oil crisis" now -- just weeks before the Nov. 7 elections and just a more…

Listing the best

by Judy Lowe -- Reference resource. Oftentimes the Internet is compared to a library. The best site that I've ever seen live up to that analogy is Price's List of Lists. Compiled more…

Impeachment manager in race of his life

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In collaboration with the hard-hitting Washington, D.C., newsweekly Human Events, WorldNetDaily brings you this special report every Monday. Readers can subscribe to Human Events through WND's more…