Forget the U.N.

by Henry Lamb -- The current impasse at the U.N. Security Council is a perfect example of why the United States cannot allow the U.N. to determine our policy or our actions. more…

An anniversary worth celebrating

by Harry Browne -- This Monday, Oct. 28, should be a national holiday. In addition to being my wife's birthday, it is the anniversary of the dedication of the Statue of Liberty more…

The forever war

by Doug Casey -- It would certainly appear that the Baby Bush, and his axis-of-evil advisers, are about to do Iraq. Not so long ago, Iraq was our steadfast ally and client more…

Children as guinea pigs

by Medicine Men -- "Let's do it for the children." How many times, over the last decade or two, have we heard the politicians intone that chant. But now that insufferably self-serving more…

Clinton's legacy emerges from the shadows

by Craige McMillan -- There was visible angst during the final months of the Clinton administration over the lasting legacy the president would leave to the nation. Mr. Clinton, a man of more…

This ain't no game

by Bill O'Reilly -- Now that the sniper case has apparently been solved, it is time to take a hard look at the media's saturation coverage of this horrendous story. And the more…

DNA evidence exonerates Hitler!

by Ann Coulter -- The anti-death penalty lobby never sleeps. Unable to convince the public that savage murderers should be given radio shows rather than lethal injections, anti-death penalty zealots have turned more…

Why gold now?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

Dictatorships and double standards

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Grim as the news was – North Korea was secretly producing enriched uranium for atomic bombs – I laughed out loud. For the "On-to-Baghdad!" boys at the Wall more…

When profiling is OK

by Joseph Farah -- The law enforcement authorities trying to find the single-shot killers of 10 people in and around Washington, D.C., apparently selected at random, have chosen not to release much more…