Honest differences?

by Craige McMillan -- To outsiders, much of America's political debate must seem hopelessly fragmented. Like a bad soap opera, fractious causes appear without warning, stomp and fret across the stage, stirring more…

Top line vs. bottom line

by Doug Casey -- You'll recall that the emphasis during the Internet boom was on the growth of market share, and "top line" (gross) revenues. Of course growing the top line with more…

The Clinton legacy

by Bill O'Reilly -- There are times when I feel guilty for hammering Bill Clinton. He is a man who accomplished a miracle, rising up from humble beginnings in Hope, Ark., to more…

Vote with your pocketbook

by Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily is not only the Internet's leading independent newssite by any standard you want to use, it also boasts the highest loyalty of any news source among readers. more…

Public perplexed on environment

by Don Feder -- A Los Angeles Times poll, released last week, shows that when it comes to the environment, the public thinks in clich?s -- if at all. The media have more…

An outer space Pearl Harbor?

by Hal Lindsey -- This week Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld announced the U.S. was redesigning its basic defense strategy and tilting it in favor of outer space. The U.S. will create more…

America's new role models

by Walter Williams -- Former U.S. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan gave us the phrase "defining deviancy down" to describe how we've switched from moral absolutes to situational morality. Today's morality is situational more…

Goodbye to the black helicopters

by Sarah J. McCarthy -- Late in the year 2000, while chads were still being counted in Florida, and before Bill Clinton's black helicopter lifted off its pad for what may or may more…

U.S. should abandon U.N.

by Jon Dougherty -- The U.N. of late has seen to it to kick the U.S. off key human rights and drug interdiction panels. This, despite the fact that the U.S. supplies more…

A new verb for George

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- President Bush doesn't pretend to be an intellectual, and I like that about him. Intellectually, he's a meat-and-potatoes kind of guy who doesn't dabble in cream more…