Who speaks for America?

by Joseph Farah -- Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright says only Bill Clinton and his acolytes in the administration can speak for America. She made her statement before the United Nations more…

A modest proposal

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The time has come to take the bull by the tail and face the situation. -- W.C. Fields The reality of government in the United States has changed more…

Chinese warlord visits Washington, D.C.

by Charles Smith -- Chinese Gen. Xiong Guangkai is in Washington, D.C., this week. The mainstream media portray Xiong's mission to Washington as a benevolent visit, filled with peace and flowers. Xiong more…

Black Confederates

by Walter Williams -- During our War of 1861, ex-slave Frederick Douglass observed, "There are at the present moment, many colored men in the Confederate Army doing duty not only as cooks, more…

Face time

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Help me out on this one. I'm thinking of applying for a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. You know, the folks who brought you Karen more…

The issues gap

by David Limbaugh -- Based on the campaign dialogue of the presidential races there appears to be a serious gap between the issues candidates are discussing and those that the victor will more…

The equal pay trap

by Joseph Farah -- Bill Clinton is up to his old tricks - handing out other people's money, hanging around young women and scoring political points for more federal government control over more…

McCain's handlers playing the wrong card?

by David Hackworth -- John McCain is being hailed by the press as a "genuine war hero." But is he a hero in the conventional sense, like Audie Murphy and John Glenn? more…

Debating the debates

by Lenora B. Fulani -- Since my article two weeks ago on the Commission on Presidential Debates was published, I have heard from hundreds of WorldNetDaily readers and political independents around the country. more…

Who owns Elian?

by Linda Bowles -- Now that my brain has overtaken my emotions, it is my belief that little Elian Gonzalez should be granted asylum in America. My first impulse was to agree more…