Whose property is it anyway?

by Ilana Mercer -- Violation of property rights by government hardly raises objections. If it did, the appropriate reaction to the banning by John Magaw of firearms in the cockpit would be: more…

American roots of 21st-century wars

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Ideas Have Consequences" was written by the young conservative scholar Richard Weaver, after he had witnessed the carnage World War II had visited upon his civilization. And if more…

Costco vs. the church

by Hugh Hewitt -- The scent of Dairy City has turned sour. The city of Cypress, Calif. – originally named Dairy City when it formed in 1956 – condemned 18 acres belonging more…

Harping on world peace

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- The awful events of Sept. 11 and beyond have galvanized Julia Haines, an extraordinarily talented and caring East Coast harpist, composer and educator to expand her musical gifts more…

America: Change is possible!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The upcoming July issue of WND's popular monthly print magazine, Whistleblower, will be a groundbreaking look at the issue of homosexuality in America. Subscribe to Whistleblower more…

The stripper and the Christian school

by Dennis Prager -- The Capital Christian School in Sacramento, Calif., is faced with a real dilemma: Should it expel a 5-year-old girl whose mother is a stripper, and therefore sinning against more…

Learning from the past

by David Hackworth -- The three guerrillas were chowing down, with their loaded AK-47 submachine guns leaning against a wall within arm's distance. Lt. Patrick Graves of the famed 101st Airborne Division more…

Women deserve better

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "What women don't know does hurt them."– Germaine Greer She should know. When she published "The Female Eunuch" in 1972, Germaine Greer advocated a life based on sexual more…

Neutral no longer!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- In the continuing war between "pro-life" and "pro-choice" activists, it seems many Americans are uncomfortable choosing sides. The right to legal abortion at any time, for any reason, more…

D.C. press galleries' history of corruption

by Les Kinsolving -- The blood of murdered Kentucky congressman William Taulbee can still be seen in the marble steps to the U.S. House of Representatives – after 112 years. In 1890, more…