Put consumers in charge of health-care choices

by Jon Dougherty -- As the Senate prepares to debate a Democrat-sponsored "Patient's Bill of Rights" measure this week, supporters and opponents have already begun spending big bucks on lobbyists to try more…

Badgering Bush on global warming

by Linda Bowles -- President George Bush was treated with official cordiality and unofficial slight by several European leaders. He was also savaged unmercifully by a sensationalist, gossipy European press, which presented more…

When pop stars set policy

by Debbie Schlussel -- U.S. military policy set by Ricky Martin and Al Sharpton? Jesse Helms consulting Bono on debt forgiveness? It would be a joke ... if it weren't true. But, more…

Educrats don't touchdown

by Hugh Hewitt -- There are two outrages this week, either of which could support an entire essay on the arrogance of elites. I will postpone until next week the implications of more…

A different brand of faith

by David Limbaugh -- I often marvel at the leaps of faith required to allow one to believe that the miracle of human life, let alone the wonders of the physical universe, more…

Don't politicize military matters

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- In the wake of two recent, controversial Bush administration decisions with far-reaching national security implications, Democratic legislators have called for congressional hearings. Unfortunately, the focus of these initiatives more…

Doctors vs. drug warriors

by Joel Miller -- One egregious and less-than-publicized side of the drug war is its interference with doctors and their ailing patients, especially those suffering from chronic pain. WND's "Babe in the more…

'Good fellas' guard America

by David Hackworth -- The Army National Guard is a vital component of the forces that defend America. They're no longer the second team that follows the regulars into the breach. Today more…

North Korea threat continues

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: In partnership with Stratfor, the global intelligence company, WorldNetDaily publishes daily updates on international affairs provided by the respected private research and analysis firm. Look for more…

Big Brother is here

by Joseph Farah -- The Oregon Senate has approved a plan to screen first-born children for medical and social problems, and the House is expected to follow suit. What exactly does this more…