David Broder, trash mouth

by Joseph Farah -- The illustrious David Broder wrote a column a couple of weeks ago for the Washington Post that shows why he remains one of the darlings of the beltway more…

Good news in the shrinking surplus

by Jane Chastain -- Recently, the Office of Management and Budget and the Congressional Budget Office released some sobering news to the drunks in the United States Congress. The projected surpluses, which more…

A time to pray

by Joseph Farah -- This is the Day of Infamy 2001. Yes, my fellow Americans, today, Sept. 11, 2001, will be remembered as the nation's second Day of Infamy – more shocking, more…

Pork or tombstones?

by David Hackworth -- Will pork win over combat readiness? This is the question every American should be pondering. Because contrary to all the "they're-good-to-go hype" from presidents past and present, our more…

High time for reading

by Joel Miller -- What kind of periodicals and books would you expect to litter the library shelves and bathroom stalls at the Drug Enforcement Administration? Apparently to keep a finger on more…

Racists cry racism at U.N. conference

by Don Feder -- Bravo Bush for withdrawing U.S. delegates from the United Nations Conference Against Racism. At the Durban debacle, racists cried racism and anti-Semites paraded their bigotry while condemning Israeli more…

New stick for compulsory education

by Joseph Farah -- The New Haven, Conn., school board approved a plan last week designed to bring "groundbreaking accountability" to government education and stick its head further into what goes on more…

Hobbled First Amendment

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Those who would sacrifice a little freedom for a little security deserve neither." – Benjamin Franklin WorldNetDaily has been leading the New Media revolution, boasting "A Free Press more…

Educating at home

by Rebecca Hagelin -- As I sit in my home office working away for WorldNetDaily, I find great enjoyment in the delightful background music floating through the air produced by my little more…

Trust … but verify

by Barbara Simpson -- If he weren’t alive and suffering from Alzheimer’s, President Ronald Reagan would be turning over in his grave. In a perverse twist of fate, it’s probably a blessing more…