The 1st casualty of war

by Hal Lindsey -- Three weeks into Israel's war with Hezbollah, anyone reading the mainstream media coverage of the conflict would come away with the impression that Israel is not only the more…

Why it is a war on terror

by Alan Keyes -- To people who know anything about me, it will come as no surprise that I respect and admire Sen. Rick Santorum. I support him in his bid for more…

I know Hezbollah

by Melanie Morgan -- The terrorist plot to blow up U.S. jetliners departing Great Britain, using liquid explosives and simple electronic detonators, should help remind Americans that the war on terrorism is more…

The Hebraic bond

by Ilana Mercer -- "Why is America so much more pro-Israeli than Europe?" The Economist recently posed this question and, peremptorily, answered it: "The Israeli lobby (AIPAC) and the religious right." The more…

What war on terror?

by Kevin McCullough -- Editor's note: Kevin McCullough's new book, "Musclehead Revolution," is hot off the press! Order your copy today at WorldNetDaily's online store.Is it just me or does it seem more…

Democrats: Exactly where we want 'em

by David Limbaugh -- More noteworthy than Ned Lamont's defeat of Joseph Lieberman is the loony left's and Democratic leadership's puffed-up reaction to it. I say give them more rope and let more…

The meaning of Connecticut

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Joe, why are you doing this?" That is a question Joe Lieberman will hear again and again from old friends, as he mounts his "independent" campaign for the more…

Hey, Hollywood, what about liberal anti-Semitism?

by Larry Elder -- Assume, for the sake of argument, that Mel Gibson's drunken anti-Semitic tirade makes him an unrequited, unrepentant Jew-hater. Barbara Walters, co-host of the "The View," denounced Gibson. The more…

Our reluctance to punish evil

by Joseph Farah -- I noticed the other day that mass murderer Richard Ramirez, known as the "Night Stalker," had his death sentence upheld in California That doesn't mean a lot in more…

Conservatism triumphs over incumbency

by Hans Zeiger -- Congressional incumbency tends impermeable these days. Few incumbents are ever put out of office, largely because of special-interest politicking. Not that limiting campaign spending has solved that problem more…