World government rising

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- As America's attention was riveted on the Middle East last week, another floor was being quietly added to the superstructure of the World Government that is rising to more…

Arafat's corruption

by -NO AUTHOR- -- We all know that the Palestinians deserve better. But there is no chance until the world confronts a major problem: the immense corruption of Arafat and the Palestinian more…

What I told press police

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: This is the statement Joseph Farah prepared for his presentation to the Senate Press Gallery standing committee yesterday in Washington.I have little hope today of persuading more…

A tribute to Papa Doc

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Editor's note: Rebecca Hagelin wrote this column last year just one week after her father's death. Since Father's Day is this Sunday, WND is reposting her column as more…

The lies never stop

by -NO AUTHOR- -- On Friday, April 12, Yasser Arafat spoke from his compound in Ramallah, via his cellphone, to a cathedral in Egypt packed with 5,000 Christian copts. He created an more…

Chickens, hawks and sly old foxes

by Barbara Simpson -- A long time ago, I learned something about creatures called "birds" that were nothing like what I'd learned in science class. These birds had no feathers and didn't more…

Israel's right to defense

by Alan Keyes -- Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a remarkable speech before the United States Senate last week. Pointing out that a schizophrenic United States is unlikely to win more…

Shut 'em down

by Vox Day -- "What the judge said put me in the red Got me thinkin' 'bout a trigger to the lead No, no my education mind say suckers gonna pay Anyway… more…

Showdown in press gallery

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – Today's the day. The Standing Committee of the U.S. Senate Daily Press Gallery will hold an appeal hearing on its denial of permanent press credentials to more…

James Baker quietly
lobbies India

by -NO AUTHOR- -- NEW DELHI – The visit was shrouded in secrecy. Only a few dozen people in India knew that James Baker – former U.S. secretary of state, Texan oil more…