2001 – a year to remember

by Joseph Farah -- When we look back on the year 2001, one date comes to mind – Sept. 11. It will be the date that defines the year for historians and more…

4 years later: A retrospective

by Geoff Metcalf -- This is my 208th column for WorldNetDaily.com – four years worth. Next week starts my fifth year writing for WorldNetDaily.com, and it is an association of which I more…

The silence was deafening

by Barbara Simpson -- It's different when you're there. I don't gawk at accidents or seek out the macabre. But in the case of the World Trade Center, I needed to be more…

Bias in your face

by Vox Day -- I can't say I'm surprised by much I've heard about Bernard Goldberg's new book, "Bias," regarding left-wing bias in the mainstream news media. Well, the line about Dan more…

Funniest news stories of 2001

by Joe Kovacs -- For those of you holding your breath since last year's list of truly bizarre news events, it's finally time to exhale. Once again, WorldNetDaily presents a recap of more…

Looking back, hoping forward

by Kyle Williams -- As the year 2001 closes, we tend to look back on the news stories and events of the year. The world has gone through many things this past more…

Why 'foreign aid' can't help American cities

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: Aside from being America's cultural crusader, Michael Medved knows how to bring American history alive! Get his 24-tape set, which presents the nation's story from the more…

The year that coulda been

by Joel Miller -- At the end of the year, everyone and his monkey's uncle writes something discussing the most important stories of the previous annum. Not wanting to add to the more…

Sept. 11 vs. Dec. 13

by Gordon Prather -- You know what happened on Sept. 11. But did you know that on Dec. 13 suicidal Islamic terrorists – almost certainly trained and supported by the network known more…

Blessing of the firstborn

by Yaffah daCosta -- This week's Torah reading (Genesis 47:28 – 50:26) highlights again the important biblical lesson that our actions have "consequences." For example, some astute students of the Bible have more…