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…

21st century folks

by Joe Kovacs -- Every once in a while, something strange happens that just makes me shake my head in total disbelief. Well, something so bizarre happened here at WorldNetDaily the other more…

Israel's line in the sand

by Joseph Farah -- Will the real Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak please stand up? Only seven months ago, Barak assured Israelis that there could be no concession on any part of more…

All Gores being equal

by -NO AUTHOR- -- "I am not tortured over what-ifs at all," Al Gore said on NBC's Today show. Sure, fight like a dog for every pimpled chad from Miami to Tallahassee more…

Closing Clinton's curtain

by Casey Brooks -- The days are waning on the Clinton administration, and the only thing that could make it better is if the days would wane just a little bit faster. more…

Grilling Ashcroft

by Thomas Jipping -- President-elect George W. Bush's announcement that he will appoint Sen. John Ashcroft to be his attorney general is good news for America. Sen. Ashcroft is not only supremely more…

Cabinet fever: The left attacks Bush

by Larry Elder -- Is Sen. John Ashcroft, R-Mo., President-elect George W. Bush's choice for attorney general, an enemy of civil rights? To paraphrase President Clinton, this depends on your definition of more…