Questions that plague me

by Burt Prelutsky -- Many years ago, there was a popular radio quiz show called "20 Questions." The challenge faced by the panelists was to come up with the identity of a more…

Norad's new home, Part 2

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Editor's note: WND columnist Jerome R. Corsi conducted an exclusive in-depth interview with Col. Tom Muir, U.S. Army, deputy operations officer for Command Center Operations for NORAD, the more…

'Jesus Almighty'
missing in action

by Ted Baehr -- People of faith and values are concerned about the collapse of culture. Recent polls from Cornell University and Barna Research note that only 1 out of 10 children more…

'My cup runneth over'

by Jim Rutz -- My cup, dear friend, runneth over. The pile of papers on my desk was so deep this morning, I had to bring in a guy with a skip more…

Protests planned at 3rd SPP summit

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The third Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America summit meeting is scheduled for August 20 and 21 in Montebello, Quebec, at the Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello resort. more…

Rotten to the core

by Benjamin Shapiro -- The battle over the Palestinian Arab territory in the Gaza Strip is a battle between extremists and more radical extremists. Last week, the extremists, led by Holocaust denier more…

What about Ron Paul?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WorldNetDaily’s editor Joseph Farah recently published an opinion piece critical of Congressman Ron Paul's run for the presidency. While we respect his right to disagree we are very more…

The law versus orders

by Walter Williams -- Suppose a person is raped and we arrest the rapist. Should his status, whether he's a senator, professor or an ordinary man, play a role in the adjudication more…

The pain of the partial birth abortion ban

by Jill Stanek -- Pro-lifers opposing the partial birth abortion ban say it will force abortionists to commit more torturous abortions, and this may be true. Whereas the ban prohibits breech abortions more…

Border Patrol agent vindicated

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Border Patrol Agent David Sipe has been vindicated by an administrative law decision, six years after his felony conviction for an April 5, 2000, incident involving an illegal more…