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.
Regarding your report “Obama’s Defense Department blocking WND” – it’s true at the Defense Intelligence Agency, too. They are also blocking Breitbart.
I don’t know whether to say “Sieg Heil” or “Tovarisch Obama”! Whichever it is now, it damned sure isn’t “Freedom of Press (or thought, or speech, of mind, or faith)” anymore.
Just think, in 1776, if we had the “gun control” people are talking today, we would probably be going out for a “spot of tea” after work instead of “bellying up to the bar” for some good old-fashioned American beer!
The last time one of our presidents was guilty of impeachable offenses occurred when Bill Clinton lied to Congress under oath ["Rock legend: No question Obama should be impeached"]. We saw how far it went when the attempt was made to remove him from office. The current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has done far more than Bill Clinton, but like Clinton, he is a Demoncrat. The Senate is lousy with them. Just how far can the impeachment process go when Harry the Scarecrow Reid is in charge? Get real! Nothing happened to Clinton; nothing will happen to the current ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] I do not have paranoid delusions of a tyrannical government gaining power – like you might – so I like the year 2012 ["Better off now than in 1776?"]. The year 1776 would have been better for people who think the earth is only 6,000 years old or is flat.
If ignorance is something to be admired, then please build a time machine and live in 1776.
Luis “Chito” Hernandez