What it means to be an American

by Charles Smith -- I once had the good fortune to interview Chinese dissident Harry Wu. Harry spent a good portion of his life inside the Laogai prison camps. The Chinese Laogai more…

The Billion Dad March

by Joseph Farah -- OK, listen up you people. I've had it. I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore. I've got a beef, and I'm going to more…

The privileged teacher class

by Linda Bowles -- With a completely straight face, California Gov. Gray Davis has made one of the looniest proposals ever advanced by an otherwise serious politician. He wants to permanently exempt more…

Greenspan: Character witness for Gates?

by Paul Sperry -- Whenever President Clinton needs to close a big money deal, he goes to the bullpen and trots out ace central banker Alan Greenspan, the authority on all things more…

'Lest we forget'

by David Hackworth -- Another Memorial Day is upon us. Not that it's that big a deal to most Americans, who don't seem to understand what this holiday is all about. But more…

Long walk from home

by David Goodnow -- Editor's note: WND Radio News Managing Editor David Goodnow's recorded feature, "Daily Journal," is featured today in the debut of TalkNetDaily -- the company's audio, and eventually video, more…

Don't buy the 'unity' thing

by Lenora B. Fulani -- The political theme of the week is "party unity." It's a deceptive term, and an even more deceptive goal. The New York Democratic Party held its state convention more…

'Gladiator' and the fall of Rome

by Richard Grenier -- I knew they couldn't stay away for long. Some decades back, some of the biggest moneymakers in Hollywood history were lifted straight (or almost) from the most glorious more…

Check out 'Gladiator'

by Joseph Farah -- "What we do in life echoes in eternity." Who said that? Bill Clinton? Not likely. It's the central character in the No. 1 box office hit from Hollywood. more…

Why we should fear the census

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Many Americans have been concerned about the apparent invasion of privacy involved in the current U.S. Census process. I have been one of them. Now it appears these more…