The Great Flood and
Asia's tsunami

by Kelly Hollowell -- Ominously, I had a recent discussion with my husband about the fragile nature of life. We spoke hypothetically of events that could dramatically and instantly change life from more…

Social Security can't be saved

by Devvy Kidd -- There is a lot of buzz these days about "saving" Social Security. For decades, presidents have been feeding the American people the same old drivel about saving Social more…

My New Year's resolutions

by Joseph Farah -- There's something very healthy about this annual ritual of setting goals for the new year. Because without goals, we just don't achieve our objectives. If we don't know more…

Selective separation

by David Limbaugh -- It would be shocking if those who worship at the altar of church-state separation, while denying this nation's Christian heritage, would at least acknowledge that they are selective more…

The not-so-Noble Prize

by Burt Prelutsky -- Editor's note: Get the book that made Joseph Farah laugh for six straight hours. Burt Prelutsky is America's favorite humorist – the man who invented political incorrectness. "Conservatives more…

Blogger's remorse

by Kevin McCullough -- The combination of the greatest tragedy to hit mankind since Noah, and the emergence of the blogosphere is shining a pretty unflattering light on some from the left more…

Jesus votes for stem-cell research

by Bill Press -- SAN FRANCISCO – Whatever it portends for Americans elsewhere, for California the year 2005 promises pure excitement. Starting Jan. 1, the Golden State will lead the world in more…

Beat the heat

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…

Why Christians leave Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- Just before Christmas, the New York Times figured out a way to blame Israel for the exodus of Christians from Bethlehem. This is called journalistic gymnastics. The story more…