Don't believe everything you hear

by Thomas Jipping -- Folks assert something one day and then, after a crisis, say just the opposite. Liberals, for example, insist that the Constitution is some kind of organic, morphing, shape-shifting more…

The new political-correctness police

by Joseph Farah -- There are so many important events taking place so fast in our world today that what I am about to tell you may seem trite. I bring it more…

Security's double-edged sword

by Hal Lindsey -- The Book of Proverbs 16:25 warns, "There is a way that seems right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death." As I watched more…

'Music Therapy'?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- This boggles the mind: Suddenly, the omni-sapient, Big Brother-esque "They" are telling us what songs we can and can't, or should and shouldn't, listen to, for our own more…

America at the crossroads

by Jude Wanniski -- Memo To: Website fans, browsers, clients From: Jude Wanniski Re: Matt Wanniski's thoughts My son Matt, a chip off the old block, last week sent me some of more…

Terror in the U.S. and the Jonathan Pollard case

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a bitterly ironic way, the devastating terrorist assaults on New York and Washington which recently claimed thousands of innocent American lives bring to mind the desperate and more…

Attack on America
brings 4 'firsts'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

God amidst the rubble

by Don Feder -- On Yom Kippur, which begins at sundown this evening, Jews are called upon to reflect on our deeds of the past year. Besides examining the contents of our more…

Airport safety regulations

by Walter Williams -- Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta – Czar Norman – has ordered new, ill-thought-out, oppressive airline regulations in the wake of recent terrorist attacks. Among them: a ban more…

Backbone revealed

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Americans have learned not to judge a president by his syntax. Disparaged by those who consider themselves part of the intellectual elite, George W. Bush has not always more…