Does a Catholic belong
on the Supreme Court?

by Bill Press -- Holy Mother of God! Republicans are playing the Catholic card again. No sooner had President Bush nominated John Roberts to the Supreme Court than supporters warned that anybody more…

Rabbi dearest

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Dearest Rabbi, Do you remember when Alice fell down the rabbit-hole? She was mystified, scared, disoriented – she had no fixed pole of geographical or lexical or moral more…

Horrifying evidence
of mullahs' rule of terror

by Jerome R. Corsi -- Kurds in Iran's western city of Mahabad are rioting against the Iranian government after the torture and brutal death of activist, Shovaneh Ghaderi, at the hands of the more…

Fighting for your kids

by Rebecca Hagelin -- Tears and more tears. Kristin, my 13-year-old daughter is, in a word, lovely. Mind you, I'm not bragging – I had absolutely nothing to do with the fact more…

Pull plug on NASA

by Joseph Farah -- NASA has been trying to make the space shuttle safe since its negligence killed seven brave astronauts in 2003. Unfortunately, they must not have many WorldNetDaily readers at more…

CAIR founded by 'Islamic terrorists'?

by Daniel Pipes -- The Council on American-Islamic Relations, Inc., filed a defamation lawsuit against Andrew Whitehead, of Anti-CAIR (or ACAIR), a grass-roots project whose name explains its mission: to expose the more…

Gearing up for a fight

by David Limbaugh -- Senate Democrat leaders, after briefly masquerading as "uniters, not dividers," appear to be gearing up to fight the nomination of John G. Roberts. Bring it on, ladies and more…

So help me, Allah?

by Joseph Farah -- The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the state of North Carolina, which prevents those swearing oaths in the courtroom from using the Quran. North Carolina law calls more…

Canada, the compatible

by Hal Lindsey -- Only weeks after becoming only the third nation on earth to legalize same-sex marriage, the government of Canada is sponsoring calls for the imposition of state controls on more…

God: Nowhere prohibited, everywhere present

by James Kennedy -- The U.S. Supreme Court split the difference in June when it ruled that a Texas Ten Commandments exhibit is constitutional, but two Kentucky Decalogue displays are not. "Historical" more…