What we can learn from World War II

by Harry Browne -- World War II is supposedly the one "just" war America has fought. Even critics of the Vietnam War or the so-called War on Terrorism feel obliged to say more…

Pass the 'Endangered Nation Act'!

by Medicine Men -- We love Mother Nature's creatures and creations – large and little – as much as anyone. But ... Thirty-six years ago, Congress passed the first "Endangered Species Act." more…

'Do I ask stupid questions?'

by Cassandra Walker -- My second son is extremely inquisitive. There isn't a day that goes by where he doesn't ask some sort of question. I understand his curiosity because I was more…

Eminem loses his male bits

by Ilana Mercer -- Editor's note: The following commentary contains strong language that will be offensive to some people.Trust me – I'd never confuse weeny rebellion with authentic dissent. If fighting State-endorsed more…

Investing like you should have in the '70s

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

America's real defense against terror

by Joseph Farah -- It wasn't the thousands of federal, state and local police officers who caught John Lee Malvo and John Muhammad. It wasn't the technology and computer profiling and databases more…

Now comes the hard part

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- Clinton Rossiter begins his classic study of "The American Presidency" by describing the five constitutional functions of the chief executive, such as commander in chief. He goes on more…

The 'Great Generation'?

by Walter Williams -- The American generation who suffered through the Great Depression and defeated the tyrannical designs that Adolf Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo Hideki had for the world has often been more…

The 'Lawrence Of Arabia' legacy

by Hal Lindsey -- The current Middle East crisis between the Israelis and the Muslims is the result of some of the most incredible blunders. But perhaps there is no greater blunder more…