Life lessons from litter

by Michael Medved -- You can learn – and teach – crucial life lessons by picking up litter. While television culture fosters a sense of helplessness in the face of the dire more…

Two wars

by Vox Day -- I was speaking with an Australian friend last week, an insightful and intelligent man whose opinion I highly respect. He contends, and I do not disagree, that America more…

Smut targets America's hinterlands

by Ellen Makkai -- Rural Americans, lock up your women and children. Cable pornography has you on its bull's-eye. And where smut goes, grief follows. The National Cable Television Cooperative – a more…

The closet imperialists come out

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- A war on Iraq would be "an imperialist war," writes Paul W. Schroeder in the Oct. 21 issue of The American Conservative: "We intend to use armed force more…

Confronting the culture

by Jerry Falwell -- In my writings for WorldNetDaily.com, I try to remain focused on the pertinent issues of the day. However, I am so excited about a new endeavor here at more…

U.N. land grab in the works

by Henry Lamb -- For reasons that defy common sense, some congressional Democrats insist that the United States rejoin UNESCO – the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization. The State Department more…

Giving nukes to terrorists

by Gordon Prather -- House Majority Leader Dick Armey has just had an epiphany. Until last week, he believed that Saddam Hussein posed no threat to us. He judged Saddam to be more…

Give 'em the needle

by Kyle Williams -- We're in crazy times in the Washington, D.C., area, as a “sniper” has been driving fear into the suburbs of Capitol Hill with what appear to be random more…

U.S. defense against Mideast terror

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: Mary E. Webster, editor of "The Federalist Papers in Modern Language," takes the words of America's founders and applies them to the news of the day more…

Unprecedented betrayal and obstruction

by Thomas Jipping -- "I defy anyone to come up with a better record" on judicial confirmations than the current Democrat-led Senate, said Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D. OK, Mr. Leader, here more…