Clinton defenders should apologize

by David Limbaugh -- Though I may be tempted to apologize for again discussing the perpetual motion machine known as the Clinton scandals, I refuse on the grounds that everyone else is more…

Clinton crime family marches on

by Larry Klayman -- For anyone who ever thought that Hill and Bill Clinton -- the Bonnie and Clyde of American politics -- would ever go quietly, or for that matter leave more…

Elton, Eminem deserve each other

by Joseph Farah -- Lynne Cheney and others were shocked, shocked, I tell you, that Elton John would perform last night at the Grammys with rapper Eminem. I personally find myself shocked more…

Yellow brick road to ruin

by Thomas Jipping -- Some people know how to boost ratings. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which hosts the annual Grammy Awards, paired rapper Eminem with now-Sir Elton John more…

So much for land, resources and dignity

by Jon Dougherty -- On Jan. 15 I wrote a criticism of former Attorney General Janet Reno's decision to allow known Clinton-Gore campaign financier James Riady to get away with a measly more…

The great divide

by Craige McMillan -- "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword." --Jesus It's often a surprise more…

Understanding the 'n' word

by Larry Elder -- The occasion: Black History Month. The setting: A hotel in the Bay area community of Emeryville. The forum: The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, with 400 blacks in more…

Your 'Net' investment: Then and now

by Doug Casey -- Some might ask why I've chosen this article, originally run in the November 1999 issue of International Speculator, to lead off a weekly column here on WorldNetDaily. The more…

Nothing 'gay' about bigotry

by Casey Brooks -- I don't wear Levi's anymore. And I don't drink Coors beer, attend the Episcopal Church or patronize Disney. I used to enjoy listening to Melissa Etheridge, until it more…

The tip of the iceberg?

by J.R. Nyquist -- A Russian mole has apparently been caught. Earlier this week, Robert P. Hanssen became the third FBI agent to be charged with espionage. His neighbors, quite predictably, reacted more…