Golden State goes dark

by Linda Bowles -- As a full-time resident of the Golden State of California, I start each morning these days by checking to see if it is likely that my electricity will more…

Mr. Rumsfeld: Listen to the drumbeat

by David Hackworth -- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is marching in the right direction by challenging the Pentagon's tired mindset of fighting tomorrow's battles with yesterday's thinking. But he shouldn't only lock more…

Real 'March Madness'

by Debbie Schlussel -- It's "March Madness," the NCAA's college basketball championship play-offs. But the real madness is off the court. Shane Battier, the Duke forward and future NBA star, was selected more…

Help the military right a wrong

by Jon Dougherty -- As a news organization, WorldNetDaily's first priority is to its readers. To this webpaper's management staff, corporate board and reporters, there are no sacred cows; if "something is more…

The defense we need

by Frank J. Gaffney Jr. -- In 1993, Secretary of Defense Les Aspen undertook what came to be known as a Bottom-Up Review (or BUR in Pentagonese) to consider the U.S. military's force structure more…

Double trouble for Dubya

by David Limbaugh -- It occurs to me that if an English-speaking Martian were to visit our nation for a short while, he might reasonably conclude that Hillary Clinton and John McCain more…

Ignoring child victims, part II

by Judith Reisman -- Editor's note: this is the second in a two part series. Part I ran Yesterday. Yesterday I pointed out that the U.S. Department of Justice, National Incident-Based Reporting more…

Why not real health-care reform?

by Harry Browne -- The president and Congress are debating a "Patient's Bill of Rights," arguing over how to force Health Maintenance Organizations to treat their customers nicely. No one in the more…

Real campaign-finance reform

by Joseph Farah -- Roy S. Trahan II, the former publisher of the Cheboygan, Mich., Daily Tribune, has been charged with four felonies for allegedly giving preferential campaign ad rates to a more…

Democrats favor forced worker support

by Jon Dougherty -- Since President Bill Clinton left office pretty much the way he entered it -- amid a cloud of scandal -- leading Democrats and former Clinton administration hacks have more…