Here comes the U.N. – again!

by Henry Lamb -- Few people know that back in 1970, UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) launched an ambitious program to establish a global network of "Biosphere Reserves." more…

Have nukes will travel

by Gordon Prather -- Soon after the Warsaw Pact collapsed in 1989, Bush the Elder began retrieving the thousands of "tactical" nukes we had forward deployed in NATO countries for use against more…

The GOP is not a church

by Jerry Falwell -- The easily irritated folks at Americans United for Separation of Church and State will probably call the Internal Revenue Service on me (again) after reading this column because more…

'The March for Women' lies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- I can hear the hisses already. Planned Parenthood's "March for Women's Lives" in New York will take place later this month, showcasing Elizabeth Cavendish, Gloria Feldt and the more…

Party politicians: Whores in nice suits

by Kyle Williams -- I enjoy politics. I wouldn't have written a weekly column about for nearly three years if I didn't. I enjoy politics for two reasons. First, I hold dear more…

Kerry's Katholics hurl mud-ball

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Liberal Catholics are Kerry's Katholics. Kerry is the first Catholic candidate nominated for president by a major party since John F. Kennedy. Does it matter? You bet – more…

Swiftboat veterans expose something new

by Kevin McCullough -- Something struck me today that jolted my thinking on the whole swiftboat veterans issue. As I was reading the reports of John Kerry sending campaign staff to Crawford more…

'Moderate' Muslim myth

by Hal Lindsey -- In November 2001, as the remains of the World Trade Center were still smouldering in New York, the U.S. State Department hosted a widely criticized Ramadan dinner for more…

Fort XYZ: Home, sweet home

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

Swiftboats sink under waves of truth

by Bill Press -- When George W. Bush loses this election, his primary regret may be unleashing his attack dogs to slime John Kerry's combat record in Vietnam. Americans don't like smear more…