In your column, you state: “Maybe this is a losing battle, but I know I will go to the grave with a clear conscience and the knowledge that I fought the good fight for truth and justice. For now, that’s enough for me.”
This has become enough for me too, Joseph. I read everything you send to my in-box! I cut and paste and share from WND on a daily basis, and I have had the delirious pleasure of seeing fresh material coming back at me in group mailings from some of those with whom I shared.
More and more people are turning to WND for the “r ... continue reading »
Question: Does Obama’s amnesty for illegal youths exempt him from arrest and deportation if he is found to have been born in Kenya?
If he is proven to have been born in Kenya, that makes him here with no visa and no citizenship.
Just a simple question: I see you market your site as “independent news,” but what I see is far from “independent.”
I am independent, meaning I look for the best in all candidates and solutions, but I have yet to read anything here that isn’t propaganda and upside down conservative. If you really believe that you are speaking to the American independent, you must be smoking some really good stuff.
Do you really believe that you speak for the middle?
Thank you for writing the column “Carrie Underwood and the lost church.” You hit the nail on the head. I wish I could express myself so clearly!
Keep up the important work you do. I’ve been following you for a number of years and appreciate your work.
All the best,
The Fast and Furious story needs to be viewed in the context of the ATF Waco and Ruby Ridge incidents – an agency with the perception and long history of conducting rogue operations without proper oversight.
Frankly, this agency should have been placed on probation after Operation Showtime. Instead of issuing an executive privilege, the administration should be anxious to provide documents that would exonerate the agency. One can only conclude that the documents contain information that would be detrimental to the attorney general – a smoking gun. ... continue reading »
I read the article about the school children singing “God Bless the USA” and the reaction of those people who tried to stop them from doing so ["'Burn in hell' for singing 'God Bless the USA'"].
I laud the teacher(s), assuming they were such, for letting the kids sing. I’m trying to grasp what part of the song the protesters were in opposition to – the “God” part or the “USA” part. Maybe they haven’t heard, but in spite of Obama trying to make the USA a socialistic country, he and they can be sure We the People still ... continue reading »