Airport security charade

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- It appears that the would-be suicide bomber on the American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami passed through the new security checks with flying colors after some cursory more…

Re-taking the Senate

by Hugh Hewitt -- Happy New Year! This may not be the first column you read in 2002, but it is almost certainly the first chain letter you will read. That's right: more…

Stay alert, stay alive

by David Hackworth -- I see fewer flags flying these days, and the patriotic flame that burned so brightly after Sept. 11 also seems on the wane. A lot of folks are more…

Nouveau riche hillbillies

by Linda Bowles -- This year, instead of selfishly making New Year's resolutions for myself, I have decided to offer assistance to other people who need help and have asked for it. more…

2001 – a year to remember

by Joseph Farah -- When we look back on the year 2001, one date comes to mind – Sept. 11. It will be the date that defines the year for historians and more…

4 years later: A retrospective

by Geoff Metcalf -- This is my 208th column for WorldNetDaily.com – four years worth. Next week starts my fifth year writing for WorldNetDaily.com, and it is an association of which I more…

The silence was deafening

by Barbara Simpson -- It's different when you're there. I don't gawk at accidents or seek out the macabre. But in the case of the World Trade Center, I needed to be more…

Bias in your face

by Vox Day -- I can't say I'm surprised by much I've heard about Bernard Goldberg's new book, "Bias," regarding left-wing bias in the mainstream news media. Well, the line about Dan more…

Funniest news stories of 2001

by Joe Kovacs -- For those of you holding your breath since last year's list of truly bizarre news events, it's finally time to exhale. Once again, WorldNetDaily presents a recap of more…

Looking back, hoping forward

by Kyle Williams -- As the year 2001 closes, we tend to look back on the news stories and events of the year. The world has gone through many things this past more…