Daschle's unconstitutional demand

by Hal Lindsey -- Senate Majority leader Tom Daschle has demanded that President Bush get the United Nations' approval before even debating the Iraqi threat. The implications of this requirement to act more…

Washington's dead donkeys

by Joseph Farah -- There's a joke going around ... It seems a city boy, Kenny, moved to the country and bought a donkey from a farmer for $100. The farmer agreed more…

Who dares, wins

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Whatever one may think of the wisdom of invading Iraq and opening a third front in the war on terror, President Bush's address to the United Nations was more…

25 reasons not to vote for a Democrat

by Hugh Hewitt -- Don't vote for even one Democrat this November. Not even your brother-in-law. Here are 25 reasons to turn them all down: 25. Bill Clinton's pardons, especially that of more…

Cloning Martha

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I see where Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia may be searching for a new CEO to succeed the ever-so-slightly tarnished Empress of Home-Ec. Aside from not being a blonde more…

Why America's become sissified

by Walter Williams -- "America: A Sissified Nation" was the title of an August 2002 column that brought in hundreds of favorable responses, mostly from American men and women who were not more…

WND readers want pot legalized

by Joel Miller -- WorldNetDaily's poll last Saturday concerned whether pot should be legalized. The final tally of respondents was 56 percent pro and 43 percent con with variation among those answers. more…

Where were all the Christians?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Now that the recent protest rallies of Hanan Ashrawi (the Palestinian terror apologist who spoke at two Colorado campuses on the anniversary of 9-11) are behind us, I'm more…

The Congo Basin Forest Partnership

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In school, we were taught about the explorers who discovered the New World – Christopher Columbus (America), Francisco Pizarro (Peru), Vasco Nunez de Balboa (Pacific Ocean), Juan Ponce more…

Brainwashing 101

by Neal Boortz -- First of all, let's get this out of the way in the first paragraph. They are not "public schools." They are government schools. They are owned and operated more…