The New Weekly Columnist at WND Is Me


Somehow, I stumbled upon WND thirteen years ago. I immediately bookmarked the website and have been a regular reader ever since. Over the years, it has become my go-to website for news and commentary. I truly believe it’s the best!

Joseph Farah, CEO and Founder, is a godly man who loves Jesus, America, and Israel. His commentary is a must-read for me every morning. If you have not read any of his commentaries, check them out.

The other weekly columnists are some of the best in the news industry. I enjoy them all and love how they stretch my views on various subjects.

Today, my first weekly column appears on WND. You can read it here.


Filed under America, Commentary, World Net Daily, Writing

12 responses to “The New Weekly Columnist at WND Is Me

  1. Larry, I want to give you a heads up on something. I have Verizon and a new iPhone 8 (my android crashed last month). When I clicked on the link to your WND article, my phone kept showing up crazy pages that I won this or that—spam or some sort of Trojan I think. I wanted to let you know. With your topic/content as well as the increase in exposure, you will probably want to ratchet up your security.

    I am sending this from my laptop email.

  2. Agent X,

    Thanks. God bless you.

  3. Lift the Cross of Jesus,

    Yes. That was a problem for me on my iPhone until I downloaded the WND app from the Apple app store. It’s no longer a problem for me. Thanks for the info.

  4. Mr. Larry! Wow! I am so happy for you! Congratulations! And God bless! ( yep, I had trouble getting to your article too, but I am thrilled it is there!)

  5. Congratulations to you, Larry and all the very best.

  6. Debbie,

    If you went to WND on your iPad or iPhone, you can download a free app from the app store. The app is called WND. God bless you.

  7. Roger,

    Thanks. God bless you.

  8. Congratulations! We have been fans of WND for years, not sure how long but it has been a while. It is one of our favorite sites we go to often.

  9. Yvette,

    Another thing we have in common. God bless you.

  10. marc

    hi larry
    i dare say you established only one nation who suffered such. how about the american indians.
    how about smuggling nazi scientist at the end of ww2 into america,does not the blood on their hands transfer accordingly.!how about the casualties of the ongoing wars these past decades?

  11. Marc,

    Thanks for your input. I appreciate it. God bless you.

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