Cuba's old wolf

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…

Saving the world with a banana?

by Geoff Metcalf -- I just read one of those stories that offers both great hope and sparks great fear. Maybe you can help by considering the advantages/disadvantages of this kind of more…

Biggest ripoff in the world

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What's the biggest consumer ripoff in the world? Is it the recent increase in ATM fees by $2.00 at some banks? Newsman Tom Brokaw thinks so. Is it more…

Religious battle over abortion

by Jane Chastain -- While the presidential candidates are spending a lot of time on education, tax cuts and prescription drugs, the real hot-button issue in this campaign, as it has been more…

Mysteries of Shanghai

by Cynthia Grenier -- Japanese-born but very much English-bred Kazuo Ishiguro has just brought forth his much-awaited first novel in five years: "When We Were Orphans." Highly praised by British critics when more…

Endorsing child molestation

by Jerry Falwell -- Over the years, I've come to expect that the American Civil Liberties Union will almost always represent an issue with which I wholly disagree. However, I was shocked more…

A world parliament is birthed

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In September 1995, at the United Nations 50th Anniversary, the presidents, prime ministers, princes and kings of this world came to celebrate its existence and talk about their more…

Scientific polls: Bah! Humbug!

by Gordon Prather -- You've probably wondered what -- if anything -- is scientific about "scientific" polls, which purport to show that if the election were held today, 50 percent would vote more…

Bush's losing strategy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- W., who has generally shown a deft political touch and an impressive strategic grasp, has lately been committing the kinds of embarrassing errors of judgment that do not more…

First millennium female Olympics

by Richard Grenier -- You knew it was coming! The women's Olympics! Oh, there'll be men in it; they're not that crazy. But at the first Olympiad of the millennium, in Sydney, more…