Corruption, Tennessee-style

by Joseph Farah -- Back in the presidential election year of 2000, WorldNetDaily set out to give the nation a small taste of the widespread, institutionalized political corruption that spawned the career more…

No time for second-guessing

by Joseph Farah -- Americans love to second-guess themselves. It has become a national sport since Vietnam. But it is dangerous business when we have so many Monday-morning quarterbacks in wartime. Two more…

The filibuster and Roe v. Wade

by Star Parker -- Polling on abortion reveals the complexities of the American psyche. On the one hand, the majority of Americans feel that abortion is morally wrong. Yet, at the same more…

Take John on, Bill, or get off the playground

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- With the Republican Senate 24 hours away from liberating all seven judicial hostages of Minority Leader Harry Reid and his Democrats, Sen. John McCain stepped in to snatch more…

How America is going to be saved

by Jim Rutz -- At first glance, it looks like we're going Very Far South in a handbasket. In fact, it looks the same after five or 10 glances at the government, more…

University of Iowa's class on porn

by Les Kinsolving -- From Des Moines, Iowa, the Associated Press quotes the speaker of the State House of Representatives, Republican Chris Rants of Sioux City, saying of the University of Iowa: more…

Time to clean out the Senate

by Mychal Massie -- As I stood to take the podium at the National Press Club in the District of Columbia, I was still filled with outrage. It was the morning after more…

Bootprints and The Hummer

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

The meaning of sacrifice

by Joseph Farah -- Memorial Day long ago lost its meaning for most Americans. From the beginning it was meant to be a somber occasion, but today it is widely regarded as more…