This is the nuttiest bunch of lies and misconceptions I’ve ever seen ["Feds to hold ammo advantage over states"].
If you gun nuts would stop buying up and hoarding all the ammo you can find, there wouldn’t be a shortage. Duh.
You create a crisis, start up a bunch of false rumors and then pretend you’re the solution. Nuts.
All I see throughout WND is the same B.S. that let George W. Bush lead you by the nose into a fake war – a huge lie that killed 5,000 Americans and hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis!
I didn’t see any articles like, “Should President ‘W’ be impeached?”
Don’t blame the president for the 20 percent approval rating of this inept Congress!
I have NEVER, in my 64 years of life as an American citizen, seen such a lack of support for our president.
The rest of the world sees this, and yet they approve of our president by about 75 percent.
This is 2013, ... continue reading »
Great article! Pamela Geller is a true conservative and a really solid activist.
While judging from their voting records, Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan are, at best, distasteful neocons.
Evidently, that is what CPAC desires.
Who are the “rulers” [the money] behind CPAC? Is Karl Rove involved? That would tell us something.
Even not knowing that info, refusing to invite Pamela Geller tells us all we need to know about the CPAC agenda.
Always agreeing with the crowd of your peers doesn’t get you noticed and makes you irrelevant. Bob Woodward is too smart and too shrewd to ignore that truism. Unlike his jejune, brainwashed and morally challenged colleagues in the mainstream media, Mr. Woodward, an inherently decent man, knows that standing up to power, especially sinister abusive power, gets you noticed. It also sells newspapers.
After the MSM organized themselves into a disciplined johnny-one-note cheerleading cult for Barack Obama, they became irrelevant not just to Team Obama (who have switche ... continue reading »
I have enjoyed WND for a number of years now and recommend your website to friends, family, people I have academic arguments with and even quoted WND numerous times while researching college papers. The articles are great and almost always well researched to give factual accounts.
I normally agree with the vision and mission of WND, but I have to say that the article written by Scott Greer, “Sex offenders working on university campuses” was one of the most pointless stories I have ever seen. The men referenced in the article committed ... continue reading »
I thought it should be noted that almost everything in Mr. Barber’s column ["An open letter to 'gay' teens"] is self-serving, ignorant, hateful bulls–t and that no man who claims to be a true Christian could use such evil forces of deceit and manipulation to serve their own purposes.
If this is the kind of thing WND and Matt Barber think God stands for, maybe it’s time I rethink my relationship with God.