Legalizing terrorism

by Bill O'Reilly -- In the midst of a close presidential race there is a hugely important story that is receiving scant attention. It involves an organization called NAMBLA, the North American more…

Giving Clinton a name

by Joel Miller -- The media has always been quick with labels, monikers and epithets for politicians -- if they're not liberal politicians. As WorldNetDaily's Washington Bureau Chief Paul Sperry points out more…

Clinton's gas grab

by Gordon Prather -- Well, there he goes again -- ruling by decree. President Clinton is going to tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. You say he can't do that? You say the more…

Kissing as an Olympic sport

by Richard Grenier -- I was how old? Fourteen? Fifteen? Anyway it was just enough to qualify for the New England swimming championships in Worcester, Mass., many years ago. I don't know more…

Gore: Going both ways

by Linda Bowles -- It would be a genuine challenge to choose which special-interest group in the Democratic Party has done the most to degrade virtue, celebrate depravity, denigrate Christianity, and stunt more…

Media biased for Gore? Oh, yeah

by Jon Dougherty -- The Washington Post ran a story on Monday by Howard Kurtz that attempted to explain away any notion that the establishment press (of which Kurtz is definitely a more…

Liberal media doth protest too much

by David Limbaugh -- Lately, I have read several articles defending the media against the charge of liberal bias. Methinks the libs protesteth too much. You won't read many pieces denying a more…

War-fighters or waiters?

by David Hackworth -- Hang on for breaking news: An Army report has concluded that American paratroopers are overly aggressive. Tell this to former enemy soldiers from Germany, Japan, North Korea, North more…

What's so bad about Benedict?

by Chuck Baldwin -- I submit that a hidden enemy within the camp is more dangerous than a uniformed enemy outside the camp. I believe that a known, identifiable adversary is much more…

Analyze this

by J.R. Nyquist -- Editor's note: WND's J.R. Nyquist is a renowned expert on America's fatal illusion of an international balance of power; diplomatic and Cold War history; the survivability of a more…