Barking up the wrong tree

by Les Kinsolving -- "This is not to say that the current President Bush actually listens to the whole thing, which can drag on for 45 minutes and culminate in ridiculousness. 'He's more…

Which is worse: Worldcom or Congress?

by Walter Williams -- President Bush said he was "deeply concerned" about some of the accounting practices in corporate America and called "outrageous" the disclosure that WorldCom, which is $32 billion in more…

Bush's latest strategic mistake

by Joseph Farah -- Before President Ronald Reagan told Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down that wall," his own State Department lobbied heavily with him to remove the daring, provocative and bold remark more…

Celebrate freedom!

by Rebecca Hagelin -- You've scoped out the best fireworks in town and figured out how to beat the rush to the prime viewing spot. Maybe you've planned a picnic lunch complete more…

July 4, 2002

by Les Kinsolving -- Col. Benjamin Harrison of Virginia was one of the signers of that Declaration of Independence, which we remember as our nation's birth certificate, 226 years ago. Col. Harrison more…

Homosexual rights'
secret agenda

by David Kupelian -- Editor's note: The July edition of WorldNetDaily's popular monthly magazine, Whistleblower, focuses on the "gay rights" movement, and the highly controversial agenda it is pursuing. Whistleblower is available more…

On executing parents of suicide bombers

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- My commentary on June 22, 2002, proposing that Palestinian parents who aid and abet their children in becoming mass murderers be held responsible for their complicity in these more…

Purging Christianity from our culture

by David Limbaugh -- Emboldened by the bizarre 9th Circuit Court of Appeals three-judge panel decision that the teacher-led recital of the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional, plaintiff Michael Newdow is seeking more…

No bad units, only bad leaders

by David Hackworth -- The 10th Mountain Division sure isn't the same tough outfit I saw in Northern Italy at the end of World War II, nor the squared-away unit I spent more…