Alan Keyes is wrong!

by Joel Miller -- Alan Keyes yesterday defended Attorney General John Ashcroft's butt-in to Oregon euthanasia policies by appealing, in part, to the federal Controlled Substances Act. "Ashcroft has challenged the legality more…

From the outside looking in

by -NO AUTHOR- -- JERUSALEM – I've been looking at Israel through outside eyes this week. Since Israel's fight against terror has become the hottest new world media story, hordes of eager more…

Who's making the laws?

by Henry Lamb -- Congressman Ed Markey, D-Mass., had a conniption fit the other day, when he learned that the Department of Interior had sent a videotape to the news media which more…

What, me biased?

by Vox Day -- One of the benefits of an addiction to pop history is that one finds oneself equipped with a formidable array of useless trivia. For instance, I have been more…

Talk about dumb broads

by Barbara Simpson -- If women are so smart, why are they so dumb? And before you get your panties in a bunch, I'm entitled to criticize females because the last time more…

Federally enforcing right to life

by Alan Keyes -- Euthanasia is currently legal in Oregon because citizens there have approved physician-assisted suicide in two separate referendums. But is illegal under federal law for doctors to abuse the more…

TV addiction and racial inequality

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: "Hollywood vs. America" is now here! Michael Medved provides provocative insights into the U.S. entertainment industry. Both autographed and unautographed copies now available in WorldNetDaily's online more…

Where's bin Laden?

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush is telling us now there's more to this war than Osama bin Laden. That sounds to me like he's losing hope of ever finding the terrorist more…

Guns for me but not for thee?

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Today, we need a nation of Minutemen, citizens who are not only prepared to take arms, but citizens who regard the preservation of freedom as the basic purpose more…

Earth Charter undone

by Henry Lamb -- Sanibel, Fla., was one of the first U.S. cities to endorse the Earth Charter nearly a year ago as a part of Earth Day celebrations. It was also more…