A paraplegic's view on stem-cell research

by Kelly Hollowell -- My readers know that I have hashed and rehashed the science and the ethics of the stem-cell debate many times. But in recognition of the life, struggles and more…

Kerry's partial-birth tap dance

by Les Kinsolving -- During the second presidential debate in St. Louis, Sen. John Kerry was asked by Sarah Degenhart: "Senator Kerry, suppose you are speaking with a voter who believed abortion more…

Dubya and the pirates

by Gordon Prather -- In response to a specific question, John Kerry said that if elected president his first priority would be preventing nuke proliferation. George Bush then opined that preventing the more…

Kerry and CAIR for president?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The November presidential elections are weeks away, and the quest to get out the vote is in full swing. But when some swing voters have links to radical more…

Bush's prophetic support
of Israel

by Michael Evans -- On April 14, 2004, President George W. Bush, standing alongside Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, announced a dramatic change in U.S. policy regarding the Middle East peace process. more…

When ignoramuses vote

by Kyle Williams -- This year more than any other election cycle, it seems as if there is a concerted effort to get the vote out, specifically the youth vote. These days, more…

'Our Name is Legion'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: Longtime WorldNetDaily.com contributor Anthony C. LoBaido has published the first installment of his fictional, Christian-oriented action/adventure series entitled "Our Name is Legion."KHO PHA NGAN, Thailand – more…

John Kerry: A square peg

by David Limbaugh -- I think the presidential election will ultimately turn on which of the candidates the public trusts more, particularly because we are at war. For any number of reasons, more…

Kerry makes clean sweep of debates

by Bill Press -- After three presidential debates, one thing is certain: The American people have a clear choice for president of the United States. Two men stood on stage. One looked more…