Brainwashing 101

by Neal Boortz -- First of all, let's get this out of the way in the first paragraph. They are not "public schools." They are government schools. They are owned and operated more…

Oops, more unexpected casualties

by David Hackworth -- Back in 1990, a few months before the bombs started dropping on Baghdad, an Army pal slipped me a Pentagon study based on World War II experiences estimating more…

I'm angry – how about you?

by Barbara Simpson -- Talk about 9-11 hype! For weeks, the media had a field day. What would we do? Too much or too little? How would we react? Critics sneered that more…

The NFL, Europe and Iraq

by Vox Day -- Unlike other sports fans, I am not in the least perturbed by the defeat of the U.S. national team at the World Basketball Championships. While I do believe more…

Searching for the Saddam Bomb

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- By most opinion surveys, the majority that supports the president's resolve to invade Iraq has been shrinking. But were Saddam close to getting an atom bomb, four in more…

Multiple sex partners: Trendy but toxic

by Michael Medved -- Nearly everyone – no matter how happily married or securely situated within a relationship – feels occasionally attracted to outsiders. There's nothing novel about this timeless temptation or more…

Thanks to my colleagues

by Joseph Farah -- Now that the Senate Press Gallery has relented after a two-year fight and granted WorldNetDaily accreditation to cover the Capitol, I wanted to take a minute to thank more…

Maryland's governor the 'stupidest'?

by Les Kinsolving -- My Sept. 13 column for WorldNetDaily, headlined "AMERICA'S MOST STUPID GOVERNOR" (Parris Glendening of Maryland) has evoked a number of protests which deserve to be heard: From Dirk: more…

Israel's end-times gamble

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "If you're gonna play the game, boy, ya gotta learn to play it right. You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, Know more…

Senators steal Florida land

by Henry Lamb -- In 1989, Congress told the Corps of Engineers to build flood control structures to protect the people who live in what's called the 8.5 Square Mile Area of more…