Kremlin puppets and how they work

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…

'Judge' for yourself

by Thomas Jipping -- Real differences between presidential candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore are sometimes hard to find. In their second debate, when asked about any difference on Middle East more…

Narco-mania

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- You might not be aware of this, but America's earliest "drug addicts" typically were genteel women -- hooked on patent medicines provided by their physicians. So what else more…

Does Hollywood 'Bamboozle' blacks?

by Larry Elder -- Poor Hollywood. First the Federal Trade Commission, now "Bamboozled." What's next? The FTC accuses the industry of intentionally marketing restricted movies to young viewers. Now comes "Bamboozled," writer/director more…

God and the IRS

by Craige McMillan -- "When the revolution came to Romania in December 1989, a few churches locked their doors and refused to offer the protesters sanctuary from the armies that had orders more…

In praise of failure

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The stories are now legendary: Internet hotshots going from riches to rags in a period of months, infallible stock-pickers with their reputations in tatters, and stock prices of more…

Whatever happened to civil liberties?

by Joseph Farah -- Americans take freedom and their individual rights for granted. Yes, those rights are inalienable and God-given, but history shows us that government is always a threat to abrogate more…

Arafat: Yes wasn't good enough

by Hal Lindsey -- The considerable outrage being expressed by the uninformed on the daily talk shows is getting plenty of attention. Everyone, it seems, feels that the Palestinians are the injured more…

'Sizing' up online polls

by Scott Rasmussen -- A couple of weeks ago WorldNetDaily reader Paul V. Bass asked Joseph Farah a two-part question about Internet polling, which was passed on to me. The first half more…

Another sad PC story

by Jon Dougherty -- For band members in the Lewis and Clark High School band in Spokane, Wash., political correctness may prevent more award-winning performances of an imaginative and creative halftime show more…