The miracle of Christmas

by Jerry Falwell -- "... for it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child himself."–Charles Dickens Have you ever wondered more…

America has become Middle Earth

by Kyle Williams -- This week, I saw the next movie in the blockbuster trilogy of "Lord of the Rings." "The Two Towers," I must say, is better than the first one: more…

U.S. diplomacy: First line of offense

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily first broke the story of how Yasser Arafat ordered the murders of Ambassador Cleo Noel and Charge d'Affaires George Curtis Moore in 1973. This piece more…

Why they hate me: An Arab student speaks out

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Whoever said that the university stands as a pillar of civilization has obviously never been to Arizona State. Arizona's public universities, now infamous for their broad progressive curricula more…

Lott, revisited

by David Limbaugh -- I argued in my last column that many seeking to oust Sen. Trent Lott had a larger agenda in mind: smearing as racist the entire Republican Party and more…

Nobel Appeasement Prize

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Advance orders for Joseph Farah's long-awaited "Taking America Back" are now being accepted exclusively at WorldNetDaily. The book won't be released in bookstores or at Amazon more…

'The Two Towers'

by Cynthia Grenier -- How curiously topical the second part – "The Two Towers" – of the hugely successful "Lord of the Rings" of J.R.R. Tolkien brought to the screen by Peter more…

The Bush Tapes!

by Ellen Ratner -- I want to break an exclusive story today, a story that never happened. I managed to get my hot little hands on the Bush Tapes, the ones that more…

Democrats' legacy of wasteful plundering

by Jon Dougherty -- Life in America under the permanent rule of the socialists who now control the Democratic Party would cease to exist as we know it, and there are a more…

Will Bush now back off?

by Thomas Jipping -- The most important aftershocks from Sen. Trent Lott's now-infamous remarks have nothing to do with his political future. Whether Sen. Lott is merely wounded or becomes political road more…