Winning, the only option

by David Hackworth -- We're in Round One of a 30-rounder and, after only a month-long bombing campaign, the doubting Thomases are already saying we're bogged down in another no-win war. These more…

Admiring Ann Coulter

by Vox Day -- There's a lot to like about Ann, WorldNetDaily's new columnist. Not only is she hot, slender and blonde, but she is possessed of wisdom and a wit sharper more…

Bush's Reykjavik moment

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- The U.S. president meets in an unusual location with his Kremlin counterpart. Amidst high expectations of a summit breakthrough, the latter offers the former a totally transformed relationship more…

First Amendment: Refuge of scoundrels

by David Limbaugh -- In these troubled times, the First Amendment free-speech guarantee has become a glorified refuge for some scoundrels. The Emmy awards program was postponed twice because of the terrorist more…

Biting their tongues

by Linda Bowles -- For those of you who scan the news and study world events looking for signs of the "end times," I commend to you the report that TV host more…

Blaming Israel

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Since Sept. 11, Omar Bakri Muhammad has been a busy man. Sheik Omar is the leader of Al-Muhajiroun, a worldwide Islamic fundamentalist organization allied with Osama bin Laden. more…

Battlefield America

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Rifle shots cracked through the sunny, unusually warm autumn afternoon in the 21-gun salute for the fallen naval officer. The lone bugle's mournful notes of "Taps" rang both more…

WND gets some respect

by Joseph Farah -- One of the things that has bugged me for at least three years is the fact that other independent "news" and content sites have garnered far more attention more…

Let's teach Muslims about Islam

by Don Feder -- Someone forgot to tell the gunmen who attacked a Protestant service in Bahawalpur, Pakistan, that Islam is a religion of peace. Last week, assassins with automatic weapons invaded more…

Just another normal Jerusalem day?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Nov. 4 – This is what passes for normal these days: A day that starts with newspaper headlines noting that Fatah claims responsibility for the murder of a more…