Making the transition

by Geoff Metcalf -- Saturday I experienced my first cross-country flight since the day the world changed. It has always been an "experience" traveling from California to New England with my son more…

Blaming Israel

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Since Sept. 11, Omar Bakri Muhammad has been a busy man. Sheik Omar is the leader of Al-Muhajiroun, a worldwide Islamic fundamentalist organization allied with Osama bin Laden. more…

Battlefield America

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Rifle shots cracked through the sunny, unusually warm autumn afternoon in the 21-gun salute for the fallen naval officer. The lone bugle's mournful notes of "Taps" rang both more…

WND gets some respect

by Joseph Farah -- One of the things that has bugged me for at least three years is the fact that other independent "news" and content sites have garnered far more attention more…

Throwing out the trash

by Jerry Falwell -- I believe pornography should be illegal. This opinion doesn't make me real popular with so-called "First Amendment heroes" like Larry Flynt and Hugh Hefner. But as a pastor more…

Play it again, Uncle Sam

by David Dolan -- In the middle of an ongoing Palestinian uprising, a radical Arab Muslim leader launches a self-proclaimed jihad holy war that threatens the stability of the entire world. His more…

Search for truth

by Kyle Williams -- Editor's note: This is Kyle Williams' debut commentary for WorldNetDaily. You can find his column here each Saturday and Sunday, exclusively on WorldNetDaily.All over the United States, all more…

NGOs: Leading the parade

by Henry Lamb -- Agencies of the federal government gave $137 million last year to 20 major environmental organizations, according to Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Tom Knudson. Among the organizations claiming the bulk more…

Let's not nuke Saddam just yet

by Gordon Prather -- Four Americans have now died as a result of inhaling anthrax spores, and a dozen or so others have been treated for getting anthrax on their skin. Who more…

Passions fading

by Alan Keyes -- Pollsters and other readers of tea leaves are already claiming to detect the first signs of war weariness at home, and the press daily reports calls from abroad more…