One world ... one big, bloody problem

by Vox Day -- It's not hard to understand why globalism is so persistently seductive to people of genuinely good intent. Long a staple of hack science fiction writers and the producers more…

The World Economic Forum – a shared vision

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The World Economic Forum 2002 is a watershed meeting bringing together 1,100 corporate chief executives, world leaders, the United Nations and other international organizations, non-governmental leaders, almost two more…

Wanna buy a passport?

by Barbara Simpson -- The government is demanding that every high school student undergo "patriotism" training, including teaching them "an unbiased understanding of the country's history." Before you get your panties in more…

Today's New International Perversion

by Joseph Farah -- What happens when Christian publishing houses and Bible publishing companies are bought out by secular mega-media corporate conglomerates? Today's New International Perversion – excuse me, Version – of more…

The state of the domestic union

by Alan Keyes -- There is a proposal in Washington to set aside $100 million to support single mothers on welfare who want to get married. This novel idea is a sign more…

Slammin' 'Sam': Love
isn't all you need

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: Michael Medved brings American history alive in a 24-tape set which presents America's story from the founders' perspective. Available now at WorldNetDaily's online store.Very good movies more…

Sumthin' stinks here

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Sumthin' stinks here." That was the opening to a message I received from WND reporter Jon Dougherty last week. A whole bunch of water has gone over the more…

When the best defense is a good excuse

by Ellen Makkai -- Excuses, excuses ... I love a good excuse, the more outlandish, the better. Trying to mentally outmaneuver a well-crafted explanation keeps my little gray cells spry. And amusing more…

Power to the people

by -NO AUTHOR- -- It was back in the days of the initial OPEC oil embargo. Motorists were lined up around the block waiting to fill their gas tanks. I did considerable more…