Christmas as controversy

by Joseph Farah -- Those of us who grew up in more innocent times have noticed that each year, especially for the last decade or so, Christmas becomes more controversial. A half-century more…

No Christmas, no Easter,
no backbone

by Mychal Massie -- It is a hollow argument to suggest Christmas is a personal belief and should be celebrated as such solely within one's personal domicile. It is a canard because more…

ANWR's last stand?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Editor's note: WND columnist Craig R. Smith co-authored this column.As Congress pushes toward adjournment, Republicans in the Senate are fighting to keep alive the Bush administration's push to more…

The anti-American president

by Vox Day -- "Sept. 11 changed everything" has been the mantra of the strong government conservative, the pragmatic dialectoids who are flexible enough to justify any expansion of central government power more…

Democracy, again

by Joseph Farah -- Maybe I sound like a broken record. But, to be honest, that's what President Bush sounds like to me whenever he invokes the dreaded D-word, as he has more…

South African fairytale

by Barbara Simpson -- If you were to believe the picture presented by the media, you would think South Africa is a political, economic, cultural and social utopia. After all, the media more…

Darwinism on defense

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Among the most influential men of the 20th century were a pair of 19th-century scholars: Charles Darwin and Karl Marx. Recent years have not been kind to either. more…

There was no Holocaust

by Erik Rush -- Yes, I suppose I have an affinity for provocative titles, and I'm sure that some will seriously take me to task for daring to make the comparison I'm more…

Hollywood receives
a lethal rejection

by Doug Powers -- Celebrated author of children's books (and alleged quadruple murderer and co-founder of the Crips gang) Stanley "Tookie" Williams, was executed last week. Many Hollywood activists wept as the more…

Is Los Angeles burning?

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…