A lottery mentality:
Seeking unearned success

by Craig R. Smith -- "Every American believes in good fortune and good luck and I'm no different." – Sen. Judd Gregg Friday's headline read: "$340 Million Powerball Lottery Winner Still Unknown." Ironically, more…

Parsing a union letter

by Michael Ackley -- Editor's note: Michael Ackley's columns may include satire and parody based on current events, and thus mix fact with fiction. He assumes informed readers will be able to more…

Harriet Miers covered-up Texas Lottery crimes

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The Texas Lottery Commission fired lottery Executive Director Larry Littwin on Oct. 29, 1997, to end an investigation he had launched to uncover a criminal pattern of political more…

FBI questioning Miers'
tie to lottery scandals

by Jerome R. Corsi -- WND has learned that the FBI has begun asking questions about Harriet Miers and the Texas Lottery scandals while she was Lottery chairperson. Lawyers and investigative staff for more…

Just in case, brush up
on your Spanish

by Barbara Simpson -- "Trust, but verify." Thank you, Ronald Reagan. Sure wish you were here today – I'd love to hear your advice concerning the current Supreme Court nominee. Then again, more…

Does Bush care
about bin Laden?

by Joseph Farah -- When a caller to my talk-radio show suggested President George W. Bush doesn't care about getting Osama bin Laden, I thought the guy was some kind of conspiracy more…

Is Osama

the Mahdi?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: This exclusive report by Paul Williams first appeared in Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium, online, intelligence newsletter published by the founder of WND. Subscriptions to more…

Miers was player in Texas Lottery coverup

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Larry Litwin was fired in 1997 as executive director of the Texas Lottery Commission because then-Governor George Bush wanted an investigation into possible criminal political-influence buying squashed, and more…

The big red head

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Visit almost any American college campus, walk down the streets of practically every city, and you will see idyllic youth proudly wearing a shirt showing a handsome Latino more…