Before you buy a two-way radio

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Before you rush out and purchase a bunch of fancy communications equipment, you need to determine your communications needs and decide what you more…

Inside the anti-violence forum

by Jerry Falwell -- Last week in WorldNetDaily, I recounted my reasons for hosting our anti-violence summit in Lynchburg, Va. This week, now that the dust has settled on this greatly-watched event, more…

My dinner with Hillary

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Your First Lady and mine has "won praise for courage" after serving lunch to celebrated chef Julia Child, one of four women honored at the White House for more…

Is it airport security?

by Walter Williams -- Ponder this. You're traveling to Los Angeles. You've gone through security check. Your luggage has been X-rayed. One wonders what else, in the name of security, is accomplished more…

Dung near art, part 2

by Joel Miller -- Just pronounce the magic word "Art," and everything is OK. --George Orwell Remember the pile of manure New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani stepped in late September regarding city more…

Government's killer roads

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Barry Glasner, author of "The Culture of Fear," makes the good point that airline travel is safe as compared with road travel. It turns out that more than more…

Larry Klayman, my hero

by Joseph Farah -- People sometimes ask me who my heroes are. After all, I'd be hard-pressed to name any contemporary politicians I trust or look to for leadership and courage. There more…

Following Europe's march right

by Jon Dougherty -- In her weekly column, which appeared in WorldNetDaily yesterday, Linda Bowles wrote, "Many Americans have begun to wonder if the 'will of the people' has much influence on more…

Lap dogs or tigers?

by David Hackworth -- Everyone on Sen. John Warner's Armed Services Committee is worked up because British Lt. Gen. Mike Jackson didn't blindly follow the orders of NATO commander U.S. Gen. Wesley more…

Changing my mind?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 Michael S. Hyatt Ira Rifkin of Religion News Service recently wrote an article for MSNBC in which he noted that many Evangelicals had "tempered their rhetoric" more…