Clinton time

by Inside the Ring -- The Pentagon is struggling with the very tight schedule for deploying a national missile defense, or NMD, by 2005, as called for in the current program. Under the more…

Unabomber and Harvard

by Bill Steigerwald -- Still don't believe elite colleges can be dangerous places for brilliant and vulnerable minds? Think it was a mere aberration that Hillary Rodham entered Wellesley a good Goldwater more…

WorldNetDaily's first offspring

by Joseph Farah -- As you are reading this column today, there is an excellent chance that I am in the hospital assisting my wife in the birth of our daughter, Grace more…

True Republicans don't love the bomb

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- National Review Online has leveled a serious charge at George W. Bush, who recently said many U.S. nuclear weapons are "expensive relics of dead conflicts." In his proposal more…

Where is your God?

by Craige McMillan -- I believe it was Yuri Gagarin, the Russian cosmonaut first to orbit the earth, who upon his return assured the world that God most certainly did not exist more…

Axis and allies

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Editor's note: The following analysis by WND's international correspondent Anthony LoBaido of America's allies and enemies is excerpted from the June cover story in WorldNet magazine. Readers can more…

Popular elections aren't the same

by Richard Grenier -- If you'd called an American news agency late last Wednesday afternoon the answer would have been that the outcome of the House vote was still undecided. If you'd more…

Guns and Rosie O'Donnell

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- Elitists are so predictable. They talk about the diversity of public schools, while sending their children to private schools; they talk about disarming the populace, while hiring bodyguards more…

WorldNetDaily's explosive growth

by Joseph Farah -- Let's take a pause from the serious issues of the day for some shameless self-promotion. I was looking over the new weekly statistics from PCDataOnline, one of the more…

A second American Revolution?

by J.R. Nyquist -- In 1976 James F. Dunnigan designed a game entitled, "Minuteman: The Second American Revolution." Billed as a future-history simulation, the game was meant to be a realistic model more…