China's tripling gold demand

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…

'Natural' catastrophes increasing worldwide

by Hal Lindsey -- According to a new report issued Sept. 17 by UN-ISDR – the United Nations disaster reduction agency – there has been a global spike in worldwide natural catastrophes, more…

Kerry hasn't changed stripes

by Joseph Farah -- John Kerry has been accused of flip-flopping. There's little question that he dances around issues, takes politically convenient positions, tells people what they want to hear, panders to more…

CBS: The biggest scandal since Watergate

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Ah, the ironies of history. As I sit in Boston's Logan Airport watching CNN (goodness knows I would never watch CNN in the privacy of my home) I more…

The death of a media monopoly

by Michael Reagan -- The long reign of the liberal-dominated Old Media is over, and Dan Rather and CBS gave it the coup de grace. It's been in its death throes for more…

The useful idiots of Osama bin Laden

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Of all Ronald Reagan's achievements, among the greatest was that this president who began his term declaring the Soviet Union an "evil empire" was, by the end of more…

Dan Rather's apology

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- The revelation that Mary Mapes, a senior producer for CBS' "60 Minutes," was involved in hooking up Joe Lockhart of the Kerry campaign with Bill Burkett, the man more…

The worries of a hurricane survivor

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I was worried about my friend and former boss, "Hadleigh," an artist and retired science museum exhibits director who lives in Florida right in the heart of hurricane more…

When baby has no brain

by Jill Stanek -- I remember sitting in the office of the vice president of nursing at the hospital where I worked. She and I began discussing the hospital's induced-labor abortion practice, more…

Productive inequality

by Walter Williams -- Shaquille O'Neal ($32 million), Tiger Woods ($80 million), Oprah Winfrey ($210 million), Barry Bonds ($23 million), Mel Gibson ($210 million) and Lance Armstrong ($19 million) are at or more…