The year that coulda been

by Joel Miller -- At the end of the year, everyone and his monkey's uncle writes something discussing the most important stories of the previous annum. Not wanting to add to the 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…

Argentina: Another IMF debacle

by Patrick J. Buchanan -- After street riots left dozens dead and brought on a state of siege, forcing President Fernando De La Rua to resign, his Peronist successor, to the thunderous cheers more…

Thieves in the night

by Henry Lamb -- Like thieves in the night, a handful of U.S. senators have set into motion a new law that can steal the property rights from private owners in the more…

Naked neighbors

by Ellen Makkai -- Traditional charities are in a cash-flow crunch as Sept. 11 relief siphons off funds. Maybe they should get naked. "Will strip for cash" used to be an unemployed more…

Entering a new year like no other

by Jerry Falwell -- Sept. 11 changed the way America works in virtually every way. We are now a nation at war with terrorism and our citizens are on guard and in more…

Sept. 11 vs. Dec. 13

by Gordon Prather -- You know what happened on Sept. 11. But did you know that on Dec. 13 suicidal Islamic terrorists – almost certainly trained and supported by the network known more…

Blessing of the firstborn

by Yaffah daCosta -- This week's Torah reading (Genesis 47:28 – 50:26) highlights again the important biblical lesson that our actions have "consequences." For example, some astute students of the Bible have more…

Greedy 9-11 survivors?

by John N. Doggett -- The brutal, purposeful slaughter of almost 3,000 people on 9-11 horrified people in every country on this planet. We grieved for the widows, orphans, parents and loved ones more…