Why Europe may deliver U.S. mail

by Geoff Metcalf -- The Washington Times recently reported, "The European Union is demanding that foreign companies be allowed to compete with the U.S. Postal Service as part of World Trade Organization more…

Standing firm for Israel

by Alan Keyes -- According to news reports, the following firm statement of principle was issued last Thursday at the Texas Ranch of President Bush: “America is a country that was based more…

Pimple pills, not fanatic ideas, blamed for suicide pilot

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: "Hollywood vs. America" is now here! Michael Medved provides provocative insights into the U.S. entertainment industry. Both autographed and unautographed copies now available in WorldNetDaily's online more…

Dumb broads redux

by Barbara Simpson -- I thought I'd seen it all – but then I saw "The Bachelor," a pandering playpen of sex that passes for creativity. I hadn't even heard of the more…

Fight the real war!

by Vox Day -- Despite my interest in military history, I am not a fan of war. War corrodes a society by allowing centralist forces within government to excuse actions they would more…

Free Palestine!

by Joseph Farah -- On Saturday, April 20, some 75,000 rallied in Washington to promote a new state of Palestine. I was in the thick of it. No, I was not there more…

Israel: Can of worms

by Joel Miller -- When opening a can of political and theological worms, as I did in my column yesterday about Israel's claim to the Holy Land, one should expect a few more…

Palestinians lynch Palestinians

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- While the U.N. will be investigating how many Palestinian gunmen and civilians were killed by Israeli troops in Jenin, they will not be investigating the wanton execution of more…

The myth of socialization

by Kyle Williams -- By looking at the e-mails to the editor this week, questions about home-schooling are still in play. Along with doubts about the home-schooling atmosphere and educational results, there more…

The high cost of openness

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The Energy Department recently declassified its fifth report to Congress on "inadvertent" disclosures of classified nuclear weapons information. For the past three years, classification experts have been scouring more…