Bring it on!

by Vox Day -- Before I began writing for WorldNetDaily, I was, like many of you, a voracious reader of socio-political commentary. Thus, I understand the frustration of writing to a columnist more…

Facing Bush in 2004

by Kyle Williams -- Well, here we are – the first of the year and the biggest news story is who's running for president in 2004 on the Democratic side. It's a more…

The nuke world order

by Gordon Prather -- Most Americans expect a New World Order – including an American Hegemony – to prevent their being nuked in their jammies. That means keeping nukes out of the more…

30 years of legalized abortion

by Jerry Falwell -- What to you think of when contemplating the year 1973? You may recall that in January of that year, the U.S. signed the Paris Peace Accords, ending our more…

Balancing the environmental equation

by Henry Lamb -- Many of the letters I receive agree that we should not let environmental extremism destroy private property rights but express frustration about how to find the right balance more…

The real moral superpower is America

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A recent poll of Canadian attitudes towards American foreign policy finally illustrates that when it comes to the war on terrorism Canada does not in fact stand shoulder more…

Defending the castle

by Joel Miller -- A man's home is his castle, yes? But with no moat, how do you protect it? With a firearm, naturally. These days, however, protecting your home can be more…

Christian persecution by Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Are you ready for the Second American Revolution? Joseph Farah's new book, "Taking America Back" exposes the weaknesses in America's current system and offers practical solutions more…

Human cloning: It's the soul, stupid!

by David Limbaugh -- Regardless of whether a cloned human being was actually born as claimed, our society should use this disturbing report constructively by hastening our ethical evaluation of human cloning. more…

Bring back the draft – part II

by Ellen Ratner -- Loyal readers may remember last year's column calling for a return of the draft. Just to show that I wasn't quite howling in the wilderness, the same cause more…