Liberal alternative patriotism

by Ann Coulter -- On our nation's birthday, it is appropriate to honor the five men who did the most to defend our freedom in the last century. The names are easy more…

The buck stops – with gold

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…

Grateful for Patriot Acts

by Michelle Malkin -- To civil-liberties alarmists, Viet Dinh is a traitor. To me, he is an American hero. Dinh, 35, is widely known – and reviled – as the primary architect more…

Displacing Americans

by Ilana Mercer -- In making their case for a free-for-all immigration policy, open-border libertarians usually confine themselves to insipid sentimental arguments. This manipulative fare is easy to dismiss. After all, saying more…

Another shocker from court

by Joseph Farah -- Just as the nation was recovering from stunning, back-to-back Supreme Court rulings invalidating the right to equal protection in affirmative-action cases and then striking down state anti-sodomy laws, more…

America's new Politburo

by Joseph Farah -- Why do we need state legislatures? Why do we need local elections? To make laws reflecting the values and standards of sovereign states and diverse communities throughout America? more…

Democratic base needs anger management

by David Limbaugh -- Are Democrats too angry (and too liberal) to win back the presidency in 2004? As my old 8-ball used to divine, "Signs point to yes." I cite the more…

The grander vision of Greg and Cheryl

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Saturday, June 21, was a glorious June afternoon here in Ohio. In a rural church near the historic town of Lebanon, about 200 people gathered for one of more…

The degradation of personal achievement

by Mychal Massie -- No state shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due more…

Pundit Broder vs. Justice Scalia

by Les Kinsolving -- In 1990, when he ran for re-election, North Carolina's Sen. Jesse Helms' campaign put out a memorable TV ad: "You needed that job. And you were the best more…