No taxation without representation

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As you prepare to work on your taxes this year, you may want to spend some time reflecting on the plight of the colonists under British rule ... more…

Divide and conquer, unite and win

by Geoff Metcalf -- At least once a year I re-read "The Art of War" by Sun Tzu. I strongly recommend you acquaint yourself with this seminal and insightful work. Friday night more…

Death follows the flag

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- Are there no consequences for massacres officially sanctioned by the U.S. government? Does the U.S. government obey no rule of law, honor no code of justice, and reject more…

Are you audit bait?

by Judy Lowe -- Taxing Times. Forget the Ides of March; it's April 15 that strikes terror into the hearts of Americans. What are the chances that your tax return will be more…

The China threat becomes real

by Joseph Farah -- For nearly two years, WorldNetDaily has alone as a news agency been hammering away at the strategic threat to the United States posed by China and the way more…

What happened to the American Dream?

by David M. Bresnahan -- The American dream. Destroyed because someone didn't have the same dream. Destruction comes in many forms, but the greatest of all is the destruction of our ability to more…

Does Mom matter?

by Jane Chastain -- Mom doesn't matter. That is the conclusion drawn by University of Massachusetts psychologist Elizabeth Harvey that was published in the March issue of the journal Developmental Psychology. Stay more…

Lesson forgotten -- by us

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The architect of our present naval superiority was Alfred Thayer Mahan who, in the late 19th century, emphasized the importance of the interaction of commercial and strategic considerations. more…

Spy vs. Spies, Part 4

by Stuart Goldman -- When it was finally over, I did something I'd been avoiding during the previous months. I had a nervous breakdown (I guess that's what they call those things). more…

The Republican betrayal

by Alan W. Bock -- One should never be surprised, I suppose, at the capacity of elected Republicans, at least those who infest the U.S. Congress, not only to fail to do the more…