A miracle found in a closet

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Do you believe in miracles? I do. Of course, miracles can't be found in any supermarket. You can't buy one off the rack in a drugstore. However, I more…

Grand Old Plunderers

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- What will the despicable GOP brag about at this midterm election? Well, there's their cheerleading for the largest federal budget in the history of the country, squandering fully more…

Murder by any other name

by Elizabeth Farah -- Gary Trzaska was, by all accounts, a kind, generous, loving man. Born in Buffalo, N.Y., he lived and worked there 41 years until last week when he was more…

Beware of the thought police

by Joseph Farah -- Let me say, right at the outset of this column, that I agree with those who characterize the murder of 21-year-old Matthew Wayne Shepard, a homosexual, in Casper, more…

Dueling marches in Washington

by -NO AUTHOR- -- WorldNetDaily readers may be interested in finding out more about the Washington, DC, Free Republic -- sponsored March for Justice, which is to take place at noon on more…

Taxpayer-supported international racketeering

by Charles Smith -- American campaign fund-raising has always been more of an art than a science. However, in 1996 the Democratic Party turned the political act of soliciting money into a more…

Let's talk about 'diversity'

by Joseph Farah -- "Diversity is what made America great." You hear that catch-phrase often, these days. You hear it in government schools. You hear it from the president. You hear it more…

Recruit-proof your child against homosexuality

by Jane Chastain -- National Coming-Out Day is a day that those who are engaging in homosexuality are encouraged to announce that fact to their families, friends, employers and anyone else who more…

Rejected as juror

by Geoff Metcalf -- I have always wanted to serve on a jury. However, when I finally got the call, there was a problem. Henry Ward Beecher once advised, "Hold yourself responsible more…

Clinton's Arkansas blood scandal

by Joseph Farah -- Joseph Farah is on assignment. His daily column will return Monday. The following column first appeared Sept. 29. Just when you're certain you've heard about and explored every more…