The FBI and the mad bombers

by Joseph Farah -- The FBI is warning us, through its Project Megiddo report, that right-wing Christians are dangerous terrorists prone to incite violence in the weeks ahead. This warning is more more…

European military is a good idea

by Jon Dougherty -- The European Union has decided they need to form their own collective military force to handle "crises" (like Kosovo) on their own continent. According to reports, EU ministers more…

That crazy Duma

by J.R. Nyquist -- Russian lawmakers are strange people. In mid-September the Geopolitics Committee of the Duma spent two hours debating whether or not to nuke the Chechens. Some observers might think more…

Spouse thinks Y2K is hype?

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Almost everyday I receive an e-mail from someone whose spouse thinks Y2K is nothing but hype. (I also often hear this from church members about their pastors, too.) more…

Pop the cork in style

by -NO AUTHOR- -- © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com On the eve of the new millennium, a lot of WND shoppers apparently plan on skipping the domestic bubbly and turning to Wine.com to order more…

The fraud of education reform

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- In my last column, I reviewed Charlotte Iserbyt's new book, "The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America," in which the author points out how the educationists have advanced their more…

The 'sport' of the sexes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- The feds have decided there's no difference between men and women. The result? There's no men's wrestling at Illinois State. None at Notre Dame. None at Princeton. In more…

Smashing bricks

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- A good friend of mine -- the father of two lovely girls, a successful dentist, and a former president of the Connecticut chapter of B'nai B'rith -- compared more…

Hillary, Cronkite call for world government

by Henry Lamb -- By Henry Lamb © 1999 WorldNetDaily.com Where was the mainstream news media when Hillary Clinton introduced Walter Cronkite to the World Federalist Association on Oct. 19? Television cameras more…

Raising a ruckus in Chicago

by Craige McMillan -- I'm beginning to accept that, as the millennium draws to a close, we as citizens are cultivated pretty much like mushrooms -- kept in the dark and fed more…