Feet of Clay

by Geoff Metcalf -- It is generally not a very good idea to speak ill of the dead or criticize icons. However, when the annoying facts of reality overshadow perception of reputation, more…

Knowing how to be an enemy

by J.R. Nyquist -- Even if you are a good person, even if you want to get along with everyone, you should still have enemies. Of course, this injunction may seem immoral. more…

Keeping an open mind in the electorate

by Jon Dougherty -- After reading J.R. Nyquist's column Thursday exhorting Americans to at least consider an option to the current ruling duopoly in this country, I find myself not only supporting more…

The Ten Commandments come out of the closet

by Jerry Falwell -- Indiana legislators have approved a bill that permits public schools, courts, and public facilities to post the Ten Commandments. The bill permits places of accommodation to position the more…

Fool's Gold

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The new Sacajewea dollar coin is an offense, starting with its color. It is supposed to summon the memory of the gold standard, when the dollar was something more…

Killing the guilty and innocent

by Alan Keyes -- Ed. note: Alan Keyes has been writing for WorldNetDaily since before he announced his run for the presidency. We are proud to have him as our regular columnist, more…

The NYT hustles for Roman Polanski

by -NO AUTHOR- -- New York Times weeps for a famous American felon, Roman Polanski, on the lam "at a corner table at Il Matriciano, one of his favorite haunts" in Italy. more…

The campaign finance reform mirage

by David Limbaugh -- Is it just me, or has it occurred to anyone else that all this clamoring for campaign finance reform is just a bit Pollyannaish? That it is based more…

Spiritual warfare

by Stuart Goldman -- To those of you who don't know me: I have been /news/archives.asp?ARCHIVE_ID=28writing a column for WorldNetDaily for over a year. The byline on that column reads S.L. Goldman. more…

On not taking politics too seriously

by Alan W. Bock -- At least until the last few weeks, when something resembling genuine interest in the McCain challenge to George Bush has surfaced (though nowhere near as intense as the more…