Air power and low probability

by Vox Day -- The war drums are beating, and yet the administration is uncharacteristically reserved. Is it possible that it has learned a degree of humility at last? Even a world-straddling more…

Churchill, Hitler and Newt

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- You can always tell when the War Party wants a new war. They will invariably trot out the Argumentum ad Hitlerum. Before the 1991 Gulf War, Saddam had more…

Who'd be great in '08?

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…

The tale of the tiger lady

by Joseph Farah -- Who would have guessed that when Jabeen Akhtar, an animal rights activist with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, painted her naked body in tiger stripes and more…

Good news, bad news

by Pat Boone -- Lately, in this space, I've spouted off about things that concern me in the shifting, changing makeup of our culture. I sense that countless other Americans share my more…

A country headed in the wrong direction

by Henry Lamb -- Nearly every week, there is a new poll released that says some percentage of the American public believes that the country is "headed in the wrong direction." The more…

Should WND be shut down?

by Elizabeth Farah -- Editor's note: Periodically, Elizabeth Farah, the co-founder of WorldNetDaily.com and the senior vice president for marketing and administration, publicly responds to letters written to her or to WND. more…

The growing global bully

by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach -- When I was in fourth grade, I was bullied mercilessly by a boy in class. It got so bad that I once took him to the school gift more…

The homosexual, alcoholic bishop

by Les Kinsolving -- The Associated Press reported on Valentine's Day afternoon from Concord, New Hampshire: "The Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop, V. Gene Robinson, says he is being treated for more…

March madness

by Gordon Prather -- Gholamali Haddadadel, "speaker" of Iran's Parliament – in Cuba last week –dismissed the possibility of a U.S. pre-emptive attack against Iran, finding it "impossible" to 'believe" that the more…