Constitutional wrongs, part 2

by David Limbaugh -- In my last column, I wrote that President Bush should not use the Constitution's recess appointment clause to install two nominees for which the Democratic Senate refuses to more…

Say goodbye
to the Mother Continent

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- "Economic unity and political unity are twins: one cannot be born without the other following," said Friedrich List, the famed German economist and nationalist. Again and again, history more…

Kid-glove treatment for China

by Joseph Farah -- Slave labor. Forced abortions. Threatening neighbors. Aiming nuclear weapons at U.S. Forcing down U.S. planes and holding them for ransom. Supplying the Taliban. Organ harvesting. Oppressing Tibet. Persecuting more…

Airport security charade

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- It appears that the would-be suicide bomber on the American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami passed through the new security checks with flying colors after some cursory more…

Re-taking the Senate

by Hugh Hewitt -- Happy New Year! This may not be the first column you read in 2002, but it is almost certainly the first chain letter you will read. That's right: more…

Funniest news stories of 2001

by Joe Kovacs -- For those of you holding your breath since last year's list of truly bizarre news events, it's finally time to exhale. Once again, WorldNetDaily presents a recap of more…

Looking back, hoping forward

by Kyle Williams -- As the year 2001 closes, we tend to look back on the news stories and events of the year. The world has gone through many things this past more…

Why 'foreign aid' can't help American cities

by Michael Medved -- Editor's note: Aside from being America's cultural crusader, Michael Medved knows how to bring American history alive! Get his 24-tape set, which presents the nation's story from the more…

The year that coulda been

by Joel Miller -- At the end of the year, everyone and his monkey's uncle writes something discussing the most important stories of the previous annum. Not wanting to add to the more…

2001 – a year to remember

by Joseph Farah -- When we look back on the year 2001, one date comes to mind – Sept. 11. It will be the date that defines the year for historians and more…