Joseph Farah, the man who helped start the New Media revolution, tells how a new wave of media changed the way Americans get their news and express their views. Discover how this revolution began – from the perspective of the man who was there at its birth.
Pastor Ray Comfort presents in a question/answer format portions of conversations he has had with atheists. His book reveals how atheist arguments crumble in comparison to the granitic truths of Christianity.
Catherine Moy and Melanie Morgan tell the moving story of two families that lost sons in the war on terror. Their responses to the death are polar opposites – and represent the extremes of grieving parents in war and how Americans view the war on terror.
This book demonstrates that conservative women are, in fact, the most liberated women in America and the folks to whom young people should be turning for advice.
Reb Bradley shows how our nation’s moral decline has been caused not by failed education, poverty or weak gun laws, but by inadequate parenting.
Anyone who tries to actually justify that nothing created everything has to be insane, writes Comfort. This is a scientific impossibility.
Weaving personal stories with practical lessons, Katherine Harris provides a unique “how I did it” guide to staying strong, holding to principles and maintaining integrity when surrounded by political controversy.
Natural resources policy expert Holly Fretwell tells kids the truth about global warming: It's human ingenuity and adaptability – not a mindless fear of change – that are most likely to guarantee the earth a healthy future.
Written by Tony Robles, beautifully illustrated by Jim Pryor and translated into both English and Spanish, this book encourages and empowers every kid who aspires to be great.
Gregory Davis rebuts the notion that Islam is a peaceful faith – it is a form of totalitarianism, a system that orders its adherents not to baptize all nations, but to conquer and subdue them. Americans must understand this before it is too late.
Utilizing his long-held access to top officials in the U.S. and Taiwan, Bruce Herschensohn shows why Taiwan will remain a critical theater for American policy in the 21st century.
Exploring the nature and character of God from Scripture, De Young concludes that it is necessary to proceed carefully with "The Shack," lest important truths be skewed and even jettisoned.
WND Digital Edition - China has nuclear weapons capable of reaching America, prompting a Chinese general to ask, "Would the U.S. sacrifice Los Angeles to protect Taipei?"
Jim Gilchrist, founder of the all-volunteer Minuteman Project, teams up with Jerome Corsi to give a firsthand account of how the nation’s southern border has disintegrated into a Wild West of human trafficking, drug smuggling and violent gangs.
Celebrating Our Nation's Values
WND Digital Edition - "What’s Right About America" is Congresswoman Granger's exciting, eloquent tribute to the lives of great Americans – and to the values that inspired and drove them. Some, like Gen. Dwight Eisenhower and Neil Armstrong, are well known. Others, such as Dr. Antonia Novello and Abraham Clark, toiled far from history's spotlight. Yet each contributed to making America what it is today – the essential nation.
Get to know Hillary Clinton like never before with Thomas Kuiper’s collection of Hillary quotes. These comical quotes, comments and situations are from a variety of sources and sprinkled with witty commentary, hilarious context and clever illustrations.
This special edition copy of the Constitution of the United States was printed by the National Center for Constitutional Studies. It also includes the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27 and the Declaration of Independence.
WND Digital Edition - In "The Sky's Not Falling!" natural resources policy expert Holly Fretwell shows kids ages 9-12 that it's human ingenuity and adaptability – not a mindless fear of change – that are most likely to guarantee the Earth a healthy future.
Joseph Klein exposes how, through deception and lies, Kofi Annan and his followers are intent on remaking the U.N. into a world government. Klein details the alliances, people and strategies that are making this possible.
WND Digital Edition - Here’s the book Candice E. Jackson, author of the incendiary "Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine," calls "riveting and scary" … the book that uncovers what the U.N. gang really has in mind for America’s future.