The missing: Presumed guilty!

by Gary Aldrich -- Chandra Levy remains "missing" after 12 weeks. The Washington, D. C., police chief gave a press conference recently to admit that, after weeks of a delayed-start investigation, his more…

Corporate control

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: On Thursday, WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah critiqued comments by filmmaker Michael Moore as reported in Murmurs.com. Following is Moore's response. You pulled some quotes from a more…

Baylor betrays its mission

by Joseph Farah -- Baylor University in Waco, Texas, claims to have a vision to become "the foremost university in the world committed to excellence in Christian higher education." Maybe the university more…

Bush betrayal in the Balkans

by Alan W. Bock -- The evolving Bush administration policy on the Balkans is now virtually indistinguishable from the Clinton policy, so much so that Time magazine online describes it as "Clintonesque." This more…

Democrats demagogue Social Security

by David Limbaugh -- Democrats market themselves as the party of the common man, but actions (and inactions) speak louder than words. This week, President Bush's bipartisan Social Security commission (eight Democrats more…

The Patients' Bill of Goods

by Medicine Men -- This is a patients' heads-up alert! As the current TV commercial for Mercedes reminds us, things are not always as they seem. So it is with the much more…

Keeping it real, man

by Bob Howard -- With apologies to Dennis Hopper, but it's gotta be real, man, and real good for a long time, man. Well, man, the stock market is the most real more…

Putting America 1st

by John N. Doggett -- When the foreign ministers from a gaggle of irrelevant countries in Europe and the Third World agreed to the general terms of the Kyoto "global warming" treaty, liberal more…

Shut up, Jimmy Carter

by Debbie Schlussel -- Jimmy Carter is a lot like Muhammad Ali. Ali could have retired as undefeated champion in his boxing career. But he couldn't get enough of fame and fortune. more…

Exploding hypotheses: Part 2

by Jack Cashill -- Editor's note: This is the second installment of a two-part series by Jack Cashill and James Sanders, author of "The Downing of TWA Flight 800," examining the NTSB's more…