A possible solution

by Doug Casey -- In my view, the proper way to treat the 9-11 attacks is as a common law crime, albeit one of extraordinary scope and gravity. Ideally, the criminals who more…

How things have changed

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Purchase a copy of Bill O'Reilly's new book, "No Spin Zone," autographed and personalized, and receive a free "No Spin Zone" bumper sticker and a free more…

Assault on homeland defense

by Gary Aldrich -- In what can only be described as an all-out assault on the homeland defense policies of the Bush administration, yesterday the Washington Post published highly critical comments of more…

Survival of America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Americans are concerned about terrorism and our fragmented nation. But how can these problems be solved if we continue our current immigration policy? The terrorists of the Sept. more…

MTV goes to war

by Joseph Farah -- Washington is attempting to open a new front in its war on terrorism – a propaganda front aided by Hollywood. Government leaders and entertainment executives have been brainstorming more…

Only God can make a tree

by Hal Lindsey -- Among the losses to society as a consequence of the carnage of the Great War (World War I) was a young poet named Joyce Kilmer. A daring and more…

Diplomacy's Dr. Kevorkian

by Don Feder -- Editor's note: Available now in WorldNetDaily's online store! Don Feder examines 'Pagan America' Read a Jewish conservative's analysis of U.S. cultural decline. 'Who's Afraid of the Religious Right?' more…

My new Muslim hero

by Joseph Farah -- Yasser Arafat has more blood on his hands – this time Muslim blood. About six weeks ago, one of Arafat's chief critics, Zohair Hamdan, the muktar of the more…

The FBI's Magic Lantern

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Cyber Knights. Magic Lantern. These names conjure up visions of King Arthur, the Round Table and defending the weak from the strong. Protecting the innocent from the corrupt. more…

The lie about 'L.I.E.'

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Lars, bring me my smelling salts! The smear-merchants are at it again! A few weeks back, I went to my favorite local neighborhood art-film theatre to see a more…