Adams family history

by Bill Steigerwald -- John Adams, America's recently re-discovered President No. 2, was a brave revolutionary and Founding Father who filled thick books with wise writings about constitutional government. When it came more…

Get rich slow

by Bob Howard -- For conservative investors that have a long-time horizon and have learned to practice patience, have I got a stock for you. Cincinnati Financial (Nasdaq: CINF) is one of more…

Reflecting on Independence

by Alan W. Bock -- Perhaps it was the confluence of events at my house Wednesday evening, but I feel especially grateful to Thomas Jefferson this week. Just as the Boston Pops was more…

Oprah, don't be terrorists' tool, girlfriend

by Debbie Schlussel -- First, she ruined the beef market. Now, Palestinian pro-terrorist groups are trying to enlist her to destroy Israel. Yes, soon, daytime talk-queen Oprah may be at it again more…

Where are the Christian writers?

by Craige McMillan -- … There is a threshold over which, having passed, men cannot return. Sin destroys their knowledge, and they are given over to it, as in the case of more…

Good as gold

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…

Heather needs a childhood

by Bill O'Reilly -- Editor's note: Get a jump-start on O'Reilly's latest book with a free 'No Spin Zone' bumper sticker!One of the biggest problems we have in this country is one more…

Arafat in the White House?

by Joseph Farah -- Former U.S. Sen. George Mitchell, former President Clinton's choice to broker a new peace deal in the Middle East, says Yasser Arafat should and will be invited to more…

'The Road Ahead' is rocky

by Doug Casey -- In light of the recent ruling on Microsoft, it's a good time to review the case against the company. Since I'm not a Microsoft shareholder, the Justice Department more…

U.N. gun burning just the beginning

by Henry Lamb -- Guns will be burned in New York, Monday, July 9, 2001, in a major media dog-and-pony show to draw public attention to the U.N. Conference on Small Arms. more…