FCC threats and urban legends

by Joseph Farah -- OK, you people, listen up. I guess you could say this column is part 2 of a series on how you've been duped, hoaxed and faked out into more…

'An irreconcilable hatred'

by David Kupelian -- A hundred thousand Israelis filled Tel Aviv's main square yesterday. In the pouring rain, they stood there, protesting their government's willingness to give up the Golan Heights -- more…

Armed for change

by Geoff Metcalf -- I usually try to separate my California efforts from what I contribute to WorldNetDaily, but occasionally there is a confluence, and this is one of those cases. Sunday's more…

Remembering Odie

by Linda Bowles -- Perhaps it is the same for you as for me that here in the fresh days of a new year, old memories are reawakened. For reasons I do more…

Blaming adult perversion on our children

by Jon Dougherty -- It's bad enough that Americans cannot get even a small minority of the most corrupt among us -- politicians, entertainers, lawyers -- to admit that their tireless promotion more…

Media's McCain efforts may backfire

by David Limbaugh -- Early on in the presidential campaign, George W. Bush's phenomenal popularity was being met with much resistance from the conservative wing of the Republican Party. Isn't it odd, more…

Try hottest new search engine

by Judy Lowe -- This week's websites range from useful to quirky -- from how to use your new digital camera to munching on insects instead of exterminating them. The Search Is more…

How to elect a shifty-eyed weasel

by J.R. Nyquist -- It is an election year and, as usual, various political animals hope to become the next president. Of all these animals, the shifty-eyed weasel is the most cunning more…

New Internet taxes and old hoaxes

by Joseph Farah -- I'm a little disappointed in you people. Before Christmas, WorldNetDaily launched an ambitious effort to gather electronic signatures on an Internet petition to stop an onslaught of Internet more…