Mideast: Don't go there

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- President Bush campaigned for his present job on a platform that promised to end inappropriate overseas deployments of U.S. personnel. He expressed concern that such endeavors represented unwarranted more…

Social Security shell game

by David Limbaugh -- Half-truths can be as deceptive as outright lies. The Democrats are using a half-truth in their propaganda campaign to block President Bush's effort to reform Social Security. Unless more…

An open letter to Michael Moore

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Last Thursday, WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah criticized filmmaker Michael Moore for comments attributed to him in an interview on Murmurs.com. He responded with a letter. Today, more…

Amnesty for illegals: An attack on sovereignty

by Don Feder -- Nowhere is the air of unreality that pervades our politics more pronounced than on illegal immigration. If the champions of "undocumented workers" are to be believed, we owe more…

Drip drop, drip drop, drip ... drop dead

by Barbara Simpson -- Get over it. Get over the headlines you may have seen about the Klamath Basin. Interior Secretary Gale Norton OK'd the release of a little water to the more…

The green cancer

by Geoff Metcalf -- Although the reach of the environazis has routinely exceeded their grasp, it has not stopped or even slowed them down in their efforts to achieve their draconian goals more…

Bright future ahead

by J.R. Nyquist -- If the optimists are right … Sometime around the year A.D. 3001 the stock market will reach the 10 million mark. It will be a time of great more…

Reaping what we sow

by Alan Keyes -- The tragic circus of our national "deliberation" about the use of human embryos for medical research goes on. It is difficult to pick the true low point, but more…

Dancing with Delilah

by Chuck Baldwin -- A report by Agape Press recently said, "A study published by an affiliate of Planned Parenthood says almost a quarter-million abortions are performed each year in the U.S. more…

Social Insecurity

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- Oddly enough, the debate over Social Security is not – as it should be – about how to fix it. Rather, it is about something that should be more…