Will newspapers go extinct?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The reading habits of Washingtonians have changed dramatically over the past three years, something I've witnessed first-hand riding the Metro subway into the district. When I more…

Janet Reno for governor!

by Ellen Ratner -- We live in an age of blow-dried, face lifted, hair transplanted and botoxed politicians, who poll their way to their opinions and whose fingers are in the wind more…

Garbage floats to the top

by Jon Dougherty -- The General Accounting Office, Congress' watchdog agency, was asked by Rep. Bob Barr, R-Ga., last year to determine if officials and staffers from the outgoing Clinton-Gore regime defaced more…

The left's 'immutable truths'

by David Limbaugh -- Would you agree or disagree with the proposition that "The United States would be better off if the '60s had never happened?" Before you are put off with more…

Uncle Sam bankrolls terrorism

by Joel Miller -- With the war on terror expanding beyond the reaches of the Middle East, attention is now extending to South America. Michael Catanzaro, writing for the June 2002 American more…

Fascism at the door

by Joseph Farah -- For many years now, the federal government has been usurping the powers of the states. Today, state governments mostly consider themselves subservient to the will of Washington – more…

Spinning a tale

by Bill O'Reilly -- Here's one of the best examples of spin that I have ever seen. Writing in his best-selling book "Stupid White Men," populist provocateur Michael Moore attempts to analyze more…

Why I am not a liberal

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily Editor, Chief Executive Officer and daily columnist Joseph Farah is working on a new book set for release in early 2003 called "Taking America Back," more…

Why I am a libertarian

by Harry Browne -- This past Tuesday, WorldNetDaily publisher Joseph Farah told us why he is not a libertarian. While I respect Mr. Farah and appreciate his allowing me to voice my more…