American Indians vs. Native Americans

by Les Kinsolving -- "NATIVE AMERICANS MARCH TO THE MUSEUM OF THEIR LIVES" headlined Page 1 of the Washington Post, which devoted two more full pages to the dedication of the National more…

Stock guys coming around
on 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…

Cultural cancer

by -NO AUTHOR- -- What happened to our drug companies? Merck's decision to pull Vioxx from the market was reported as a "shock" by the major media. Yet, the problems with Vioxx more…

The million-shekel question

by David Dolan -- Ariel Sharon will probably be up before dawn on Nov. 3 to anxiously watch the U.S. election returns on CNN International and Fox. Although the beleaguered Israeli prime more…

The fight for black voters

by Star Parker -- Recent polling by the Pew Research Center shows a notable change in black sentiment for the presidential candidates. Black support for Sen. John Kerry is now 73 percent, more…

More smoke and mirrors ... Kerry-style

by David Limbaugh -- While it is always tempting to write about John Kerry's multiple personality disorder on Iraq, I will address instead his statements in the second debate on the role more…

My friend, Ed McAteer

by Joseph Farah -- When I saw the headline on WorldNetDaily last week, "Ed McAteer, supporter of Israel, dies at 78," I thought: That's just how he would want to be remembered. more…

Muzzling soldiers is nothing new

by David Hackworth -- Editor's note: Eilhys England contributed to this column.Politicians and military commanders were lying about how wars were progressing long before the sword and the shield first clashed. And more…

The term 'undecided voter' should be an oxymoron

by Doug Powers -- Shortly before the Revolutionary War, one-third of the colonists were for independence, one-third were content with the British tax system and left-side-of-the-road travel, and one-third were neutral or more…