My farewell column

by Kyle Williams -- This month, it's been four years since my first column appeared on WorldNetDaily. Weeks before then, I had sent in some essays to Joseph Farah with little expectation more…

Condi for prez?

by Jerry Falwell -- The authors of a fascinating new book, "Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race," speculate that the only Republican presidential candidate who can defeat Sen. Hillary Clinton more…

Rebellion by the right assures left turn ahead

by Henry Lamb -- It makes no difference what the question might be, the only answer offered by Democrats is: "Bush lied." Democrats pretend that George W. Bush is responsible for every more…

Israel: Tune up your nukes

by Les Kinsolving -- "Israel must be wiped off the map," declared the new president of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, quoting another Iranian barbarian leader, the late Ayatollah Khomeini. President Mahmoud went on more…

Just whom does Joseph Wilson work for?

by Jack Cashill -- Former Ambassador Joseph Wilson is a man of many interests. Although some of these interests defy easy analysis, Wilson has surely done some extraordinary work to advance them. more…

Anti-Americanism
north of the border

by Ted Byfield -- Anti-Americanism has grown so strong in Canada that the National Post newspaper last week published four full-page articles, all written by Canadians, to expose the basis of it more…

Iranian nuke warheads! – not

by Gordon Prather -- A year ago, Colin Powell – then secretary of state – told reporters about new, scary intelligence on Iran. Something about Iran having a "nuke-capable" ballistic missile that more…

Trigger locks kill

by Joseph Farah -- I just read an interesting report. It's the latest report by the National Safety Council on accidental deaths and injuries in the workplace, home and community. It covers more…

Get with the global program, Gaul

by Ilana Mercer -- When America's news cartel woke up to one of 2005's biggest stories – Muslims running riot across France – the response from many a neoconservative was to gloat. more…