Fallacious flip-flop flummery

by David Limbaugh -- Ironically, the person who has benefited most from John Kerry's reputation for flip-flopping is John Kerry himself, because he's not so much a flip-flopper as a fundamentally dishonest more…

The press and the terrorists

by Joseph Farah -- When Canada's National Post changed a Reuters' news story to characterize the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades as a terrorist group, it warranted the attention of the New York Times, more…

CBS fiasco doesn't let Bush off the hook

by Bill Press -- For years, it was the proudest name in broadcasting. Today, it is the most disgraced, and rightfully so. Journalistically, there is no way to defend CBS. They accepted more…

Manchurian soldiers

by Doug Casey -- Could the presidency of the United States be hijacked by a group who'd use the office solely for their own purposes? That's a question for which the answer more…

See the B.S.?

by Craige McMillan -- "How this went so horribly wrong is hard to understand." – Jeff Fager, CBS producer Oh, is it really, Mr. Fager? Of course, a lot depends on what more…

Rather's 'sorry' ... Is that all?

by Jane Chastain -- On Monday, CBS News Anchor Dan Rather finally admitted that the network could not authenticate the documents he aired on "60 Minutes Wednesday" to impugn President Bush's record more…

Rathergate is a 'sign' of the times

by Larry Elder -- CBS, in rushing to air the now discredited anti-Bush National Guard documents, issued an embarrassing apology. CBS' Dan Rather, after days of stonewalling and insisting on the accuracy more…

Dan Rather and those documents

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By now it is pretty well agreed that the documents Dan Rather disclosed on "60 Minutes" to "prove" that George W. Bush received preferential treatment in the Texas more…

China's tripling gold demand

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following is a guest commentary from one of WND's sponsors, Kevin DeMeritt, president of Lear Financial. If you would like to learn more about investing more…

'Natural' catastrophes increasing worldwide

by Hal Lindsey -- According to a new report issued Sept. 17 by UN-ISDR – the United Nations disaster reduction agency – there has been a global spike in worldwide natural catastrophes, more…