Tookie and Moses

by Joseph Farah -- This just in from the "what-can-you-say?" department. The rhetoric being delivered by the moral reprobates trying to save from execution next week Stanley "Tookie" Williams, the California quadruple more…

Getting tough on illegals? Hah!

by Barbara Simpson -- I've often said of government officials concerning illegal immigration: "They just don't get it." I need to change that. I don't get it. I've had it up to more…

The morality of rape

by Vox Day -- "Ethical men have always been opposed to rape," declares Camille Paglia, the brilliant iconoclast who has herself been accused of being a rape apologist, in "Sex, Art and more…

America's creeping
identity theft

by Pat Boone -- Ever have your credit card denied? A check bounce? A computer tell you your credit is no good? Ever find a lot of charges on your card or more…

Greenhouse gasbags
gather in Montreal

by Henry Lamb -- Once again, the global warming industry is holding its annual party, this time in Montreal. Nearly 10,000 celebrants have gathered to eat, drink and be merry – and more…

Election to bring
national breakup?

by Ted Byfield -- Canadians who for the last 15 or so years have been enjoined to celebrate a Politically Correct Christmas – no mention of Christ, Bethlehem, shepherds, angels etc., no more…

Iran's transparency

by Gordon Prather -- The November report of Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei to the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency begins by noting that the Board had adopted a resolution more…

The silence over Terri

by Diana Lynne -- Editor's note: Diana Lynne's powerful, comprehensive book on Terri Schiavo's life and death, entitled "Terri's Story: The Court-Ordered Death of an American Woman." is available at WorldNetDaily's online more…

Bishop vs. pope
on 'gay-bashing'

by Les Kinsolving -- In last Wednesday's Page 1 story headlined "Rome is to Ban Gays as Priests," New York Times reporters Ian Fisher and Laurie Goldstein reported the following: "Experts have more…

Sleeping with the enemy
at the Marriott

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Georgetown Marriott Conference Center rejected a "terrorism" symposium on the grounds that the sponsoring organization was too controversial and the venue inappropriate for this type of forum. more…