2001: A Cyberspace Odyssey

by Joseph Farah -- Welcome to 010101. Yeah, that's today's date, no matter how you slice it. Cool, huh? It's the Year 1 -- and it brings with it so much potential. more…

The end has begun

by Barbara Simpson -- There's nothing like arriving for a visit and finding a note on the door that the family is at the hospital emergency room. Merry Christmas. It was to more…

Tugging the old year behind

by Geoff Metcalf -- One of my New Year projects is always to review the previous year's list of guests I have interviewed. The last year of the millennium was an interesting more…

Get over it, Rev. Falwell

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Did you watch Jerry Falwell on TV recently? There he was, giving George W. Bush grief before the man has even taken office. He is vexed that the more…

Sharlene Wilson: 1 year after prison

by Jane Chastain -- Sharlene Wilson is visiting to Southern California March 16 to 26 and is available to speak to any group that would like her testimony or message about keeping more…

Should we give George Bush another chance?

by Harry Browne -- WorldNetDaily Publisher Joseph Farah received a lot of flak from readers when he suggested that the Bush presidency may be considerably less than what you dream of. The more…

Separation of morals and state

by Alan Keyes -- Sen. Ashcroft, President-elect George W. Bush's nominee for attorney general, is already facing the kind of liberal assaults that characterized the total war against Robert Bork's nomination to more…

Sade was one sick puppy

by Cynthia Grenier -- Editor's note: Some readers may find objectionable the sexual content of this column.   What is it with Hollywood? Give the boys and girls on the West Coast more…

Japanese intelligence in World War II

by Richard Grenier -- The end of World War II brought a whole new era for people of Japanese ancestry in the United States. With peace, for thousands of U.S. military people more…

Putting children ahead of unions

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In Washington, there are public relations victories and then there are real, substantive victories. Congressional Republicans have an opportunity to score victories in both areas if they will more…