Strategic retreat

by Gordon Prather -- You may have noticed the anguished cries emanating from the legions of arms-control – aka "disarmament" – weenies scattered around the world, caused by the stated intention of more…

Time to withdraw

by Kyle Williams -- On Oct. 3, 1972, during the Cold War, the countries of the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics signed a treaty. The treaty more…

Thank God for Jesse!

by Henry Lamb -- Just minutes before the Dec. 31, deadline last year, President Bill Clinton signed the onerous International Criminal Court agreement, fashioned by the United Nations at a Rome conference more…

Defending the Pledge of Allegiance

by Jerry Falwell -- Here in my home state of Virginia, a man is attempting to censor the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in schools because he believes the words exclude more…

John Walker Lindh

by Ellen Ratner -- John Walker Lindh has become a symbol for every armchair patriot and jingoist – and even many Americans who are understandably wondering how any young man, especially one more…

Say it ain't so, Jim

by Jack Cashill -- I hate to see a good cop get screwed. The reason is, I grew up in a world of cops. My grandfather, my father, my uncle, at least more…

Better late than never

by David Dolan -- While cleaning out old papers from one of my desk drawers the other day, I came across a letter to Saddam Hussein signed by five U.S. senators in more…

Narcowar's terror nexus

by Joel Miller -- The international war on drugs is the redheaded stepchild in the war-on-terror family. So far, while a vital factor in terrorist efforts at boosting bank balances – funding more…

The Trojan Horse
of global tyranny

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Editor's note: WorldNetDaily is pleased to announce that both autographed and unautographed copies of Patrick Buchanan's latest book, "The Death of the West," an expos? of how immigration more…

Real constitutionalists,
please stand up

by David Limbaugh -- Liberals, in an effort to recapture political momentum following the terrorist attacks, are portraying themselves as the exclusive guardians of the Constitution. While some of them may even more…