WorldNetDaily's explosive growth

by Joseph Farah -- Let's take a pause from the serious issues of the day for some shameless self-promotion. I was looking over the new weekly statistics from PCDataOnline, one of the more…

A second American Revolution?

by J.R. Nyquist -- In 1976 James F. Dunnigan designed a game entitled, "Minuteman: The Second American Revolution." Billed as a future-history simulation, the game was meant to be a realistic model more…

Chinese espionage for real

by Charles Smith -- The Chinese MID -- the Military Intelligence Department of the People's Liberation Army General Staff is also known in the spy community as simply the "Second Department." According more…

Three cheers for Supreme Court

by Walter Williams -- Last week, a committee of the Arkansas Supreme Court recommended that President Clinton be disbarred for "serious misconduct" in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case. The committee said more…

Death of an activist

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Kiyoshi Kuromiya lived on what he called the "bleeding edge of science." He died there, too. The evening of May 10, just a day after his 57th birthday, more…

Lies tie military fallout to economy

by Jon Dougherty -- They say if you repeat a lie often enough people will believe it. That is especially true of "official" lies because they are usually picked up, unquestionably, by more…

Clinton's revenge on enemies

by Joseph Farah -- I predicted it. As Rush Limbaugh would say: "See, I told you so." I warned you that if Bill Clinton was not held accountable for his many abuses more…

'Star Wars' -- the Bush Boondoggle

by Jude Wanniski -- To: Gore From: Jude Wanniski Re: Psst ... Here is a Bush Weakness! Yes, Mr. Vice President, I agree with your criticism of George W's proposal to build more…

Get it right or don't write

by David Hackworth -- In the summer of '98, CNN and Time magazine accused our Green Berets of using lethal nerve gas against U.S. prisoners of war held during the Vietnam War more…

China, democracy trade-off

by Lenora B. Fulani -- The congressional vote on normalizing trade relations with China is being cursed and celebrated. Is the trade deal good for the American economy? Yes. Economic strength is improved more…