Monday Night Rushball

by Joseph Farah -- Many of you out there are going to get mad at me for writing this column. You're the folks who get frustrated when I don't write about "serious" more…

Like Monica, so unto Elian

by Joseph Farah -- "Thou shalt not deliver unto his master the servant which is escaped from his master unto thee: He shall dwell with thee, even among you, in that place more…

Jackbooted thugs

by Joseph Farah -- "The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall more…

Elian nation

by Joseph Farah -- Despite the fact that the story of young Elian Gonzalez has at once riveted and divided the nation, I haven't commented extensively on it. This is one of more…

The man who called market slide

by Joseph Farah -- I can't believe every news show and talk show and financial reporter in America is not knocking down Jude Wanniski's door. After all, everybody's still scratching his head more…

The sell-out of the presidency

by Joseph Farah -- "Clinton administration scandals." The very phrase is almost a redundancy. Back in 1994, White House Associate Counsel Jane Sherburne compiled a task memo on nearly 50 separate scandals more…

How Clinton 'saved the Constitution'

by Joseph Farah -- I left Washington a day early. Had I still been there last Thursday, I could have witnessed a historic speech -- right in the very hotel where I more…

Who needs government?

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON -- I was looking for the best way to get from the Norfolk-Virginia Beach area to New York. When somebody told me it takes eight hours to more…

Jane's still mixed up

by Joseph Farah -- How's this for logic? Jane Fonda points out that Louisiana has the most restrictive laws in the United States with regard to abortion. Yet, she says, the state more…

Clinton's e-mail plumbers

by Joseph Farah -- Is it possible for the press to follow two important national stories at the same time? I'm beginning to wonder. Last week, WorldNetDaily's Paul Sperry broke a story more…