Was deadly Iranian ship bound for Israel?

by Hal Lindsey -- In September, Somali pirates made headlines when they captured a Russian-flagged Ukrainian cargo ship bound for Kenya. This hijacking made news because the vessel was filled with Russian-made more…

America's future is in our own hands

by Hal Lindsey -- As a "Watchman on the Wall," I believe Election 2008 will permanently determine the future path America will take. I fear that most Americans do not understand the more…

America's imperiled democracy

by Hal Lindsey -- It grows increasingly likely that Election 2008 will make us long for the good old days when elections were fair and civilized processes – like Election 2000. If more…

What's Obama hiding from us?

by Hal Lindsey -- I read in yesterday's edition of WorldNetDaily that a second lawsuit has been filed demanding Barack Obama produce evidence that he is a natural-born U.S. citizen in the more…

ACORN seldom falls far from the tree

by Hal Lindsey -- The most underreported story of this election season is the Association of Community Organizers For Reform Now, known by its acronym, ACORN. ACORN grew out of what wins more…

$1 trillion game of 'chicken'

by Hal Lindsey -- For over a week, Americans have watched a perilous game being played by the economic powers behind Wall Street and the revolted taxpayers behind the U.S. Congress. Frankly, more…

Obama on abortion: Ho hum

by Hal Lindsey -- According to U.S. News & World Report, 36 states require some degree of parental involvement for minors considering abortions, and three states require minors to obtain consent from more…

1929: De`jà vu all over again

by Hal Lindsey -- The stock market peaked on Sept. 3, 1929. Two days later, financier Roger Babson gave a speech in which he warned, "sooner or later, a crash is coming, more…

Hillary Clinton in the wings?

by Hal Lindsey -- I was as amazed as anybody when John McCain announced his running mate would be Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. But like millions of other Americans, I was blown more…

While we're not looking ...

by Hal Lindsey -- One of the earliest and most effective strategies to emerge from the study of warfare was the application of diversionary tactics to misdirect or distract an enemy in more…