The unfriendly skies

by Charles Smith -- Chinese military sources revealed they are now fielding large numbers of neutron bombs. Moreover, Chinese officials implied they would use nuclear weapons, if need be, to take the more…

The pain of privilege

by David Limbaugh -- When I first heard the news of John Kennedy Jr.'s missing plane, I felt the same profound sadness I had upon learning that Princess Diana had been involved more…

Forecasting a legacy

by Linda Bowles -- Many of us seek to extend ourselves into the future through our children. We hope that the essence of what we are lives through them, long after we more…

George W. and the trial lawyers

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "It will be huge," says Washington Times columnist Morton Kondracke, speaking of the tort reform issue in the 2000 presidential election. On the GOP side, George W. Bush more…

E-mail privacy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- There's a worthy new entry into the free Web-based e-mail games: Hushmail offers the standard set of features one expects from such accounts, with the very notable addition more…

Pecksniffs on parade

by Joel Miller -- The press is not only biased. It's often stupid. -- Michael Medved, May 17, 1996 When you look at the collective output of a newspaper, it becomes pretty more…

Race baiters, murder and guns

by Jon Dougherty -- Racism is truly one American issue that just won't dry up and blow away. No matter how many laws are passed, how many politicians rail against it, or more…

The 'right' to abortion

by Joseph Farah -- U.S. District Judge Robert E. Payne in Richmond, Va., struck down the state's ban on what have become known as "partial birth" abortions. In doing so, last Friday, more…

Summertime

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- Let's face it, columnists are paid to gripe and moan. For eight years the Clintons were like rocket fuel spiraling us into orbits of indignation. Each morning brought more…

In the fight

by Geoff Metcalf -- I have not used this space to focus on California issues because this is, after all, WorldNetDaily. However, for good or ill, California historically has introduced a wide more…