Mississippi voting

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- The big mistake made by the opponents of Mississippi's current state flag was to permit actual voters to choose. The result: The proposed shredding went down to defeat more…

Hell, no!

by Craige McMillan -- One of the saddest stories I've read in recent months is Dr. Norbert Vollertsen's eyewitness account of life in North Korea, "A Prison Country," published in the April more…

Plane? What plane?

by Hal Lindsey -- Now that the Americans have been released, Beijing would like to move on to the next step as they see it. The discussion of the termination of U.S. more…

Pat Robertson's brain abortion

by Joel Miller -- I think Pat Robertson is losing a screw. No disrespect intended, but the founder of Christian Coalition, a long-time outspoken abortion opponent, seems to be playing guitar with more…

Behind 'The Third Boer War'

by Anthony C. LoBaido -- Editor's note: This column is the story behind Anthony LoBaido's recently published epic novel, "The Third Boer War." The story of how I came to write "The Third more…

My monthly pitch

by Joseph Farah -- Last month I introduced WorldNetDaily readers to a new way they could directly support this newssite's unique brand of journalism. It's called the Voluntary Subscription Payment. Even though more…

Assisted suicide no Dutch treat

by Don Feder -- Last week, the nation whose artists once inspired humanity found a less noble calling for its physicians. As 10,000 protested in The Hague, the Dutch parliament voted to more…

To Mexico, with love?

by Ruben Navarrette Jr. -- DALLAS -- It is an indicator of just how bizarre U.S.-Mexican immigration policy has become that immigrants eager to enter the United States are turning to a man more…

A virtual pet-Bush in your doghouse?

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- I want one. Ever since my beloved animal companion, Freda, passed on to her heavenly reward a little more than two years ago, I've been looking for the more…

More lame China apologies

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Yesterday, Washington Post media critic Howie Kurtz asked me if I were "satisfied" with how New Republic editor Peter Beinart made amends for printing a cover more…