Card me, I'm legal

by Vox Day -- One of the more familiar, if rather mundane, features of everyday life that digital technology is in the process of completely altering is the photograph. Digital cameras have more…

Is Asa Hutchinson qualified to run DEA?

by Alan W. Bock -- All right, it hardly qualifies as big news that a Bush administration appointee would be an embodiment of the conventional political wisdom, perhaps slightly to the right of more…

Who needs another police state?

by Joseph Farah -- One word you don't hear mentioned often with regard to the Middle East conflicts is "freedom." That's odd, but not entirely surprising. I think it's a word we more…

Where do we go from here?

by Bob Howard -- OK, so now even the staunchest of the tech bulls has thrown in the towel and realized the party is over in that sector. Remember those really good more…

Strangling, stifling, inefficient bureaucracy

by Jon Dougherty -- In his column on Thursday, WND editor in chief and CEO Joe Farah explained that government is not our friend. "Americans need to understand that government is, has more…

Remembering the real victims

by David Limbaugh -- What do you suppose moves certain people and groups to knee-jerk sympathy for Andrea Yates, the confessed murderess of her own five children? NBC's Katie Couric, Rosie O'Donnell, more…

The argument for aristocracy

by J.R. Nyquist -- In his book, "Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy," Joseph Schumpeter offers a sly plug for aristocracy. He suggests that without the protective function of an aristocratic (i.e., warrior class), more…

NAACP doesn't understand Hollywood

by Larry Elder -- "There are practically no people of color at the top," said NAACP President Kweisi Mfume. "There aren't any African-Americans who can green-light a show, hire and fire a more…

Condit family or franchise?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – OK, now I'm getting a little weirded out by the whole Condit family. First, the patriarch, Rev. Adrian B. Condit, who apparently glosses over the Seventh more…

Internet snitch providers

by Joel Miller -- Big Brother is flexing his muscles down under. The Australian government is currently looking to force Internet service providers to surveil their own customers and snitch to authorities more…