Why the media shunned Jessica Lynch

by Jane Chastain -- Last week, Jessica Lynch, America's media sweetheart in 2003, testified before Henry Waxman's House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform beside Kevin Tillman, whose brother, Pat, was killed more…

Here's to WND

by Burt Prelutsky -- If not the worst of times, this past decade has not exactly been the best of times. In terms of the presidency, we've gone from the sleaziness of more…

Cho lapped up our sadosexual culture

by Judith Reisman -- Based on some Internet bloggers' hysteria, my WND column guessing the Virginia Tech killer had a pornography addiction traumatized scores of heavy users out there. Well, that is more…

WND – the other side of the world

by Jim Rutz -- I go to conventional news services when I want a quick look at the surface of world events: the latest blip in the Dow, the score in a more…

A man called Cowboy

by Larry Elder -- He wore a big Stetson hat and a bolo (a Western tie). People called him "Cowboy." I was at a funeral when I met this tall, handsome, 50-something more…

WND: 1 of a kind

by Benjamin Shapiro -- WorldNetDaily is a tremendously important place. It informs. It engages. It offers the best conservative political commentary to readers – commentary you won't get anywhere else, ranging from more…

Obscurity was good for me

by Ellis Washington -- Twenty-five years ago, I wrote my first serious article. It was for my school newspaper (DePauw University). Originally, I wanted to be a regular columnist. I envisioned a more…

Tokyo Rosie, Harry, Hillary and Nancy

by Janet Porter -- As promised, President Bush vetoed the Democrat – deny troops funds and cut and run – timetable. "Setting a deadline for withdrawal is setting a date for failure," more…

The healing of a nation

by Rebecca Hagelin -- America is a great land in the midst of a great divide. We are torn by war and politics and government intrusion into virtually every aspect of our more…

Don't discriminate, except …

by Joseph Farah -- Tolerance. Diversity. Non-discrimination. These are the high and mighty values by which our modern society measures its morality. They sound nice. They sound lofty. They sound inclusive. But more…