Creeping tyranny

by Henry Lamb -- Editor's note: The May edition of WND's acclaimed monthly Whistleblower magazine is devoted entirely to the United Nations and globalism, and includes an in-depth, groundbreaking report by Henry more…

Bears and belles

by Vox Day -- I imagine that you would be concerned with the potential effects your writings may have on others. I am speaking in particular about your comments regarding investments, i.e.: more…

Plight of 'Baby Doe'

by Jerry Falwell -- My good friend Mathew Staver, founder of the Orlando, Fla.-based Liberty Counsel, has been on a legal roller coaster this week, attempting to save the life of an more…

The little bird lied

by Gordon Prather -- Around Christmas of 1998, a little bird told the director of Central Intelligence that Saddam Hussein and his entourage would be spending a specific night in an underground more…

Faking it: More Muslim hate-crime myths

by Michelle Malkin -- Mazhar Tabesh, Nezar "Mike" Maad, and Aqil Yassom Al-Timimi all have something in common. They were held up by Muslim activists as innocent victims of the "post-Sept. 11 more…

Homeland Security & the Ashcroft card

by David Limbaugh -- It's hardly surprising that Democratic presidential candidates have been ratcheting up their attacks against President Bush's homeland security efforts. The War on Terrorism is going to be the more…

The 'gay' truth

by Kevin McCullough -- Editor's note: The following column contains sexual imagery which some people will find objectionable.Even though people on both sides of the issue deny it, it is increasingly obvious more…

The bipolar nature of Middle-East diplomacy

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Political scientists reviewing this period in history in the future will be puzzled by a phenomenon. While diplomacy speeded toward a rapid resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict, facts more…

What if it was 'just for oil?'

by Jon Dougherty -- The political left continues to accuse the Bush administration of invading Iraq just to seize control of Baghdad's vast oil resources. What if that's true? Would it be more…

Where are the weapons of mass destruction?

by Bill Press -- It's been seven weeks since the statue of Saddam Hussein toppled in Baghdad. And American forces have still found no nuclear weapons labs, no al-Qaida terrorist camps and more…