Fetus farming shot to hell – where it belongs

by Jill Stanek -- Last week, the same day President Bush vetoed a bill that would have forced taxpayers to further subsidize embryonic stem-cell experimentation, he signed the Fetus Farming Prohibition Act more…

What has 5 sides and no backbone?

by Burt Prelutsky -- For the longest time, I have been one of those people who condemned the leftists in the media for putting the worst possible face on our war in more…

'Peace' activists gone wild

by Michelle Malkin -- You're walking down the street when you spot an anti-war protester wielding a peace sign on the corner. Quick, what do you do? Duck! As we battle global more…

Self-hating Jews and the Jewish state

by Benjamin Shapiro -- Whenever Israel uses military force, there is always a cadre of self-hating Jews who feel it is their duty to undermine the Israeli government. They begin arguments by more…

Kids mimicking celebs' debauchery?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Sex sells, and Hollywood and advertisers know it. Unfortunately in our society today, with families as busy as ever, often both parents working away from home, our children more…

Is this World War III?

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Would you like to get Joseph Farah's updated, paperback edition of "Taking America Back" -- personally autographed -- for just $4.95? That's the deal for a more…

Will America choose to acknowledge God?

by Judge Roy Moore -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily is pleased to welcome Judge Roy Moore as a weekly exclusive columnist. This is his debut column.The American Union will last as long as God more…

Leader Malfunction: Dubya's power back rub

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I guess if Hugh Grant can credibly portray the prime minister of England in "Love, Actually," the Bushling can imitate, um, the putative presidunk of the United States more…

Congress gambles with our liberty

by Walter Williams -- The House of Representatives voted 245 to 159 to pass the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act of 1999. Because of a rule requiring two-thirds approval, the measure didn't pass. more…

Less studies – more choice!

by Star Parker -- The National Center for Education Statistics, part of the U.S. Department of Education, has just released a study comparing the performance of fourth- and eighth-graders in public and more…