Making suicide-bombing sell

by Daniel Pipes -- Hours after the killing of 15 Israelis in a Jerusalem restaurant last week, the brother of the 23-year-old suicide bomber delightedly announced that "This is a unique operation more…

Let's debate

by Elizabeth Farah -- Dear WorldNetDaily reader, It has been some time since I wrote for WorldNetDaily. There are many reasons for my long absence – all of them related to time: more…

The undefinable Bush

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS – Political observers are amazed by how skillfully President Bush appears to have navigated the controversy over stem-cell research, steering clear of both extremes and charting a more…

Free-market predators vs. well-meaning reformers

by Harry Browne -- The computer business is a prime example of the cut-throat competition that American history books and reformers warn us against. Predatory companies like Microsoft, Intel, AOL and Apple more…

Some free advice for CNN

by Joseph Farah -- I've always wondered if the Old Media would get a wakeup call when their bottom line is threatened by the rejection of their biases. The new top man more…

Iceberg ahead!

by Hugh Hewitt -- Context is everything. The context for criticism is especially important. President Bush's first full week of vacation will be remembered for a very long time. Tom Daschle had more…

When cannons shoot, call Brown & Root

by David Hackworth -- Candidate George Bush told the voters that if they got him into the White House, he'd get our troops out of the Balkans. He promised to use our more…

Decision time

by Linda Bowles -- The significance of President George W. Bush's speech on embryonic stem-cell research is vastly underestimated by those who view it narrowly as a legal issue or as merely more…

Compromising values

by Jon Dougherty -- Subscribers to WND's "Backroom" e-mail alerts, which are sent every Saturday, were treated to a perfect example this past weekend of why I believe "organized" politics – as more…

Who's discriminating now?

by Joseph Farah -- In Berkeley, Calif., the definition of a subversive organization is the Boy Scouts. And you know why. In politically correct Berkeley, the Boy Scouts are seen, one-dimensionally, as more…