George W. Bush and the Cowboy Code

by -NO AUTHOR- -- In a further demonstration that George W. Bush is driving the left further round the bend, this week's Village Voice features a hit-piece by Erik Baard called, " more…

Kerry's No. 1 priority

by Gordon Prather -- Hallelujah! In response to a specific question during Thursday's presidential debate, John Kerry declared that if elected president his No. 1 priority would be preventing nuke proliferation. How more…

Where was the Bush glow?

by Kyle Williams -- Something interesting happened Thursday night. Something unexpected. President Bush complimented his daughters, the Kerry daughters and made a stupid joke about Yale University. John Kerry laughed. Yet, Kerry more…

"Carina": A life of love
and adventure

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's Note: Longtime WorldNetDaily contributor Anthony C. LoBaido recently published his life story. It is entitled "Carina."ISLA MONTECRISTO, El Salvador – Imagine a special love that filled your more…

A short but sweet visit home

by Allan Wall -- Editor's note: As a special service for our readers, WND is running a series of dispatches from Allan Wall chronicling his transition from civilian life as he prepares more…

John Kerry and the politics of betrayal

by Jerome R. Corsi -- John Kerry undoubtedly calculated he could have it both ways: For those who wanted to see a war hero, he could tout his decorations; for those who were more…

That poor excuse for a debate

by Joseph Farah -- After watching that pitiful excuse for a debate last night, all I can say is, "Thank God for the Swift Boat vets." Why? Because without them and the more…

John Kerry's self-inflicted wounds

by David Limbaugh -- Though I am writing this column before the debate for publication after the debate, I want to address Kerry's gnawing, self-inflicted wounds on Iraq, as they are sure more…

Love America, oppose the war

by Bill Press -- Way back in 1775, the great Dr. Samuel Johnson remarked: "Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel." It was true then, and it's true today. Unable to more…