An exercise in futility?

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- Last Thursday, the White House hastily configured a Rose Garden event to announce President Bush's designation of former Senator John Danforth to be his special envoy for Sudan. more…

Trouble on the horizon

by Hugh Hewitt -- The buzz around North Carolina Senator John Edwards began to build even before he won the contest for the seat then held by Lauch Faircloth in November, 1998. more…

Enabling evil

by Linda Bowles -- If the rule of law were not more honored in the breach than in the observance, that hulking creature now paddling around Florida would not be running for more…

Britney, Beyonce & J'Lo help cure AIDS?

by Debbie Schlussel -- Remember '80s' rock stars' vapid, all-star recordings of "We Are the World" and "Do They Know It's Christmas"? Neither achieved its purpose, raising little money for the poor more…

Racists cry racism at U.N. conference

by Don Feder -- Bravo Bush for withdrawing U.S. delegates from the United Nations Conference Against Racism. At the Durban debacle, racists cried racism and anti-Semites paraded their bigotry while condemning Israeli more…

New stick for compulsory education

by Joseph Farah -- The New Haven, Conn., school board approved a plan last week designed to bring "groundbreaking accountability" to government education and stick its head further into what goes on more…

Hobbled First Amendment

by Geoff Metcalf -- "Those who would sacrifice a little freedom for a little security deserve neither." – Benjamin Franklin WorldNetDaily has been leading the New Media revolution, boasting "A Free Press more…

Educating at home

by Rebecca Hagelin -- As I sit in my home office working away for WorldNetDaily, I find great enjoyment in the delightful background music floating through the air produced by my little more…

Trust … but verify

by Barbara Simpson -- If he weren’t alive and suffering from Alzheimer’s, President Ronald Reagan would be turning over in his grave. In a perverse twist of fate, it’s probably a blessing more…

Playing with the economy

by Ralph Reiland -- SEA ISLE, N.J. – As one season folds into another at the beach, the news is good and bad. On the upside, the renters and kids are gone, more…