Obama campaign: Still all sizzle, no steak

by Star Parker -- The news that Barack Obama raised nearly as much money in the first quarter as Hillary Rodham Clinton, and raised these funds from a broader and deeper base, more…

At the tomb on Easter morn

by Jerry Falwell -- Have you ever pictured in your mind the morning of Jesus' resurrection? Picture it with me, if you will. We see Mary, Jesus' mother, Mary Magdalene, Joanna and more…

Neville Chamberlain's revenge

by Ellis Washington -- We have peace in our time. – Neville Chamberlain (The Munich Pact with Hitler, 1938) Democrats are on the precipice of securing their reputation as the Chamberlains of more…

Who hires and fires around here?

by Pat Boone -- Who tells the boss whom he can hire and fire? Other employees? Is it that way where you work? Maybe, if you're a member of Congress, or are more…

Magnanimous Mahmoud

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- The Easter pardon by Iran's Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of the 15 British sailors and Marines, seized by Iranian Revolutionary Guards in waters off the Iraqi coast two weeks ago, more…

Thank you, Nancy Pelosi

by Ilana Mercer -- The White House is furious that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has traveled to meet with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus. Assad is not the only Middle-East leader more…

Racial unity in America – in 1607

by Doug Phillips -- Editor's note: Doug Phillips is writing a series of columns for WND about the quadricentennial of the settlement of Jamestown, Va., being celebrated in June. See his previous more…

A man named Fred

by Melanie Morgan -- Fred Dalton Thompson is a towering figure. I've seen him in real life; just outside the ABC broadcast facilities in Washington, D.C., where he exited after taping a more…

Bush's latest amnesty twist

by Joseph Farah -- Listen to President Bush or his White House spokesmen and you would believe they are steadfastly opposed to amnesty for illegal aliens. Of course, their definition of amnesty more…

The Passion of the followers of Christ

by Ted Baehr -- The collapse of Western civilization has been bemoaned and intoned by scholars as diverse as Arnold Toynbee, Francis Schaeffer and Vishal Mangalwadi. The reason for the collapse is more…