NATO is now the enemy

by David Hackworth -- Bill Clinton and British leader Tony Blair don't want us to get the word that: Their promises to end the bloodshed and ethnic cleansing and bring peace to more…

Hypocrisy over abortion and religion

by Jon Dougherty -- To the uninitiated, the belief in this country that there "is a total separation of church and state," as uttered by a Boston jobs program official last week, more…

The press gets a Y2K wake-up call

by -NO AUTHOR- -- By David Franke © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com If Jim Lord has done nothing else, he has succeeded in making Y2K a bigger topic in the nation's print media than more…

My Fox News nightmare

by Joseph Farah -- My e-mailbox was full Friday night with hundreds of questions about my appearance -- or lack thereof -- on Fox News Channel's "The O'Reilly Factor." You see, WorldNetDaily more…

The DOJ booby trap

by Geoff Metcalf -- A common theme both here at WorldNetDaily and on the air with talk radio has been incrementalism: government's slow, consistent chipping away at the very foundations of liberty more…

Disaster relief

by Jane Chastain -- As Turkey is digging out from a disastrous 7.4 magnitude earthquake, here at home, various state congressional delegations are lining up to fight a proposal from Federal Emergency more…

Exploring The Web World

by Judy Lowe -- Managing Your Money. Have you ever wondered if it might be smarter for you to buy a used car rather than a shiny new vehicle, if a 15-year more…

Getting zoned out

by Joel Miller -- Zoning laws are pretty blasé. After all, who cares about local property regulations? If it qualifies as tyranny, it's a pretty mild sort. No big deal. Tyranny has more…

Riddles, mysteries and enigmas

by J.R. Nyquist -- Winston Churchill once described Russia as "a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma." Somebody needs to point out that Churchill was wrong. There is no riddle, more…

A memo to Sarge

by Stuart Goldman -- I don't know exactly why the article caught my eye, but it did. After all, there were so many more provocative headlines in the Metro section (the only more…