Saint Martha, and the whores in the temple

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This woman I know – let's call her "Magdalena" – just came into some money recently. Big money. She literally became an instant multi-millionaire overnight. So, natch, she more…

The new Golden Age of Radio

by Hugh Hewitt -- Today marks the second anniversary of the launch of my radio show. In the past year, I moved the program to afternoon drive time in the West and more…

Cancer, death and beauty

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Editor's note: This column was first published two weeks ago. Since her mother died two days ago, Rebecca Hagelin asked that WND rerun the column. Rebecca was able more…

The system isn't broken

by David Limbaugh -- I'm really not trying to be provocative here, but is it not reasonable to wonder whether Democratic political leaders are exploiting the current wave of corporate scandals for more…

Firefighting, government-style

by Joseph Farah -- Who is burning down the forests in the western United States? It turns out the largest wildfires in the history of Arizona and Colorado were deliberately set by more…

Why Hesham Hadayet may be scarier than al-Qaida

by Dennis Prager -- According to news reports, the administration, the FBI and every other relevant official agency cannot yet determine whether Hesham Mohamed Hadayet's murderous attack on El Al Airlines customers more…

Jewhunt

by Fiamma Nirenstein -- True, we still don't know everything about Hesham Mohammed Hadayet, the murderer who shot and killed two people and wounded several others in front of the El Al more…

An open letter to members of Congress

by David Hackworth -- Dear Honorable Congresspersons: One of your vital tasks is to ensure that our warriors who hang it all out on the killing field are equipped with the right more…

'An isolated incident'

by Joseph Farah -- When I heard an FBI spokesman try to dismiss the Fourth of July attack on El Al passengers at Los Angeles International Airport by Egyptian Muslim Hesham Mohamed more…

Baby bomber backs Bush plan

by Michael Medved -- The controversial image of a wide-eyed toddler provides unlikely support for the Bush initiative on the Middle East. That photograph, distributed by the Israeli army and published around more…