In response to sadomasochists

by Les Kinsolving -- I have received e-mail from all over taking strong issue with my WorldNetDaily column and WCBM broadcast commentary of Sept. 11, 2004. Among the more vivid was Scott more…

Can Judeo-Christian principles thrive in Iraq?

by Kelly Hollowell -- Last week, news reports remained focused on the continuing attacks and violence in Iraq. Correspondingly, John Kerry remains focused on politicizing these events to gain lost ground in more…

George W. Bush and the Cowboy Code

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a further demonstration that George W. Bush is driving the left further round the bend, this week's Village Voice features a hit-piece by Erik Baard called, " more…

Kerry's No. 1 priority

by Gordon Prather -- Hallelujah! In response to a specific question during Thursday's presidential debate, John Kerry declared that if elected president his No. 1 priority would be preventing nuke proliferation. How more…

Where was the Bush glow?

by Kyle Williams -- Something interesting happened Thursday night. Something unexpected. President Bush complimented his daughters, the Kerry daughters and made a stupid joke about Yale University. John Kerry laughed. Yet, Kerry more…

"Carina": A life of love
and adventure

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's Note: Longtime WorldNetDaily contributor Anthony C. LoBaido recently published his life story. It is entitled "Carina."ISLA MONTECRISTO, El Salvador – Imagine a special love that filled your more…

Activist: 'Blacks are afraid of voting machines'

by Kevin McCullough -- The level to which Democratic Party politics will sink has become officially disgusting. On the eve of the historic debate between President Bush and Sen. Kerry, the anti-Bush more…

A short but sweet visit home

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

John Kerry and the politics of betrayal

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Kerry undoubtedly calculated he could have it both ways: For those who wanted to see a war hero, he could tout his decorations; for those who were more…