Chuck Norris, WND News

Chuck Norris

WND News

Navasota, TX, United States

Contact Chuck

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • WND News
  • Creators

Past articles by Chuck:

Age discrimination: Commonplace in America

We see the image of a stooped-over old man, selfish, confused, disdainful about the world and snapping at everyone around him. Or the 50-something employee, technologically inept, struggling to adapt and fit in with her younger co-workers. Or a sweet little old lady, shuffling down the street, blissfully unaware of dangers around her. We see […] → Read More

Time to Reverse the Odds of Preventable Death, by Chuck Norris

For the first time since records have been kept on such things, the odds of someone accidentally dying from an opioid overdose in the United States are greater than those of dying in an automobile accident. This shocking finding was extracted from a new report by the National Safety Council and is a part of a comprehensive analysis of all leading causes of preventable deaths in America in 2017. → Read More

Our personal memories of President George H.W. Bush

To Chuck Norris, former President George H.W. Bush wasn't just a national leader, he was a personal friend. He relates stories and photos of that friendship. → Read More

What the media won’t tell you about illegal immigrant crimes

I’m an advocate for immigrants who are drawn to America by the calling on the Statue of Liberty: “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” But I’m equally an advocate for doing so in a legal fashion that keeps Americans safe. While mainstream media outlets continue to focus upon […] → Read More

Chuck Norris on how to get a younger heart

According to the Arkansas Heart Hospital, within the average human, about 2,000 gallons of blood travels daily through about 60,000 miles of blood vessels. Because of its vastness and essential nature, the cardiovascular system is most prone to disease and a major factor in why cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the […] → Read More

A guaranteed remedy to reduce gun violence at schools

Forgive my forwardness, but I know what could radically reduce gun violence on U.S. school campuses without adding more gun regulations, placing more restrictions on the mentally ill, outlawing guns or even involving Washington, D.C. And I bet it could be enacted sooner than any other proposed remedy. Before I share that rather simple but […] → Read More

More than half of Americans drink radioactive water

Well, here’s one for the record books. Drinking water for more than 170 million Americans in all 50 states contains radioactive elements that are carcinogenic, according to a nonprofit group’s investigation released this past week. The report examined the levels of six radioactive contaminants in drinking water, including radon, radium and uranium. Its primary focus was […] → Read More

An often-overlooked Christmas culture war

On Nov. 28, 1998, I made one of the best decisions of my life: I married my wife, Gena. This Tuesday will be our 19th anniversary. I met my true valentine when I was filming Walker, Texas Ranger. One of my best friends, Larry Morales, came to Dallas for a visit while I was filming. […] → Read More

Why I’m suing 11 Big Pharma companies

“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore” was one of the most famous quotes from the blockbuster Academy Award winning film and No. 66 on the AFI’s 100 Movies list, “Network” (1976). That describes our exact feelings, and why Gena and I are simultaneously suing 11 Big Pharma companies. You would […] → Read More

9/11 hurricane, heroes and more victims after 16 years

Once again, my wife, Gena, and my hearts and prayers go out to Floridians and neighbors in the Caribbean for the devastating impact and aftermath of Hurricane Irma. With Texans just beginning to deal with the recovery for Hurricane Harvey, it breaks our hearts to watch our Florida friends go through similar suffering. “Don’t call […] → Read More

What gov’t and media won’t tell you 1 nuke can do

The government of North Korea, or NOKO, must know that the U.S. could vaporize its country with its arsenal of 6,970 nuclear weapons (1,750 that are operational). But while the media have just discovered that NOKO has up to 60 miniaturized nuclear warheads, government insiders have known for years. The media also report that NOKO […] → Read More

Thomas Jefferson’s declaration to bear arms

Almost everyone knows Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. But did you know he also wrote a Declaration of Arms? A year prior to Congress’ adoption and ratification of the Declaration of Independence, the members were signing a declaration to pick up arms against the mother country. And Jefferson was again the primary author. […] → Read More

Chuck Norris on what almost killed his wife

It may be little known that most people will receive an incorrect or late medical diagnosis at least once in their lives. According to a 2015 report by the National Academy of Medicine, about 12 million people are misdiagnosed annually. A more recent report out of the Mayo Clinic published in the Journal of Evaluation […] → Read More

Key to making America great again and safe again

This weekend, my wife, Gena, and I were in Philadelphia for the 2017 Wizard World Comic Con. It was the second Comic Con I’ve attended this year. At these conventions, I get the opportunity to meet fans of all ages, something that helps me keep me in touch with the younger generations in particular. With […] → Read More

President Trump’s 1st world tour versus Obama’s

Wow! How a decade can radically change U.S. relations in and with the rest of the world. Eight years ago, President Obama went on his apology tour from the Middle East to Europe and China. I’ll never forget his Top 10 apologies or decries of America, as detailed by the Heritage Foundation: 1) Apology to France […] → Read More

ISIS, Holy Week and safety of U.S. churches, synagogues

(Note from Chuck: “I wrote this column Friday before ISIS actually attacked churches in Egypt on this Palm Sunday. My wife, Gena, and my hearts and prayers go out to the victims and their families. I can only believe God Himself has led me to write this safety column to help His children around the globe and […] → Read More

More important than Trump surveillance and terrorist laptop bombs

I am concerned about what Fox News just reported Friday: The U.S. intelligence official who “unmasked,” or exposed, the names of multiple private citizens affiliated with the Trump team is someone “very well known, very high up, very senior in the intelligence world.” I also find it fascinating that the left and mainstream media are […] → Read More

What North Korea, Russia, China fear most about U.S. Air Force

Most readers know my wife, Gena, and I are big patriots, as well as proud supporters of those who serve our country in every branch of the military. My father fought in World War II at the Battle of the Bulge. I served four years in the Air Force in South Korea, and my brother, […] → Read More

The land of the free and home of the hacked

Wow! What a week for further realizing how the boundaries of our freedom and privacy are eroding like a sand castle in a storm. Never mind the great wall on the southern border. I want to start with a larger one around my ranch, my house, my television, my computer and my phone. First, there […] → Read More

What you don’t know about fallen Navy SEAL Ryan Owens

U.S. Navy SEAL and Chief Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens and his wife, Carryn, deserved the almost-two-minute standing ovation as President Trump spoke of Ryan’s bravery and heroism before Congress last Tuesday. Ryan, a member of the elite and highly classified Seal Team Six, was killed after a two-hour fierce firefight during the U.S. […] → Read More