My husband, the graduate

by Cassandra Walker -- Two years ago during the winter months, my husband came to me and declared he was going back to school to obtain his masters degree in business. I more…

Lives of the patriots: Declaring his independence

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The committed activist – let's call him "Dodd Crowley," my old Movement buddy whose passionate personal politics combine peace protests with powerful poetry – calls to exult about more…

Liberal alternative patriotism

by Ann Coulter -- On our nation's birthday, it is appropriate to honor the five men who did the most to defend our freedom in the last century. The names are easy more…

The buck stops – with gold

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

Grateful for Patriot Acts

by Michelle Malkin -- To civil-liberties alarmists, Viet Dinh is a traitor. To me, he is an American hero. Dinh, 35, is widely known – and reviled – as the primary architect more…

Displacing Americans

by Ilana Mercer -- In making their case for a free-for-all immigration policy, open-border libertarians usually confine themselves to insipid sentimental arguments. This manipulative fare is easy to dismiss. After all, saying more…

Another shocker from court

by Joseph Farah -- Just as the nation was recovering from stunning, back-to-back Supreme Court rulings invalidating the right to equal protection in affirmative-action cases and then striking down state anti-sodomy laws, more…

What the court betrayals portend

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Last week's Supreme Court decisions, allowing states to use racial preferences to promote blacks and striking down the Texas anti-sodomy law, testify to three decades of failure of more…

Destroying black youth

by Walter Williams -- In last week's U.S. Supreme Court's affirmative-action decision, Justice Clarence Thomas' dissent included a quotation from an 1865 speech by abolitionist Frederick Douglass. "What I ask for the more…

Democrats can get you killed!

by Hugh Hewitt -- This past Sunday, James Carville mocked the discovery of buried uranium-enrichment equipment in the backyard of Shukur Ubaydi – a key leader of Iraq's drive to obtain nuclear more…