Music to my ears

by Joseph Farah -- Not all that many years ago in grade school classrooms from Maine to California, every day would start with a prayer, the Pledge of Allegiance, then a patriotic more…

Mum's still the word

by Joseph Farah -- OK, enough's enough. John F. Kennedy Jr. is dead. The eulogies have been delivered. The memorial services dissected and analyzed ad nauseam. We've seen the cute pictures and more…

The silence is deafening

by Joseph Farah -- The paper trail I had sought to uncover for three years was revealed to the world yesterday. It showed that the audit of the Western Journalism Center in more…

How Clinton targeted me for audit

by Joseph Farah -- On Oct. 22, 1996, I alleged in the pages of the Wall Street Journal that my non-profit news organization, the Western Journalism Center, the parent company of WorldNetDaily.com, more…

The 'right' to abortion

by Joseph Farah -- U.S. District Judge Robert E. Payne in Richmond, Va., struck down the state's ban on what have become known as "partial birth" abortions. In doing so, last Friday, more…

God and Al Gore

by Joseph Farah -- They say none of us can really judge what's in another man's heart -- or know who has attained salvation through a relationship with God and who hasn't. more…

Trust the government?

by Joseph Farah -- Some people in America today say rights such as those enumerated in the Second Amendment are no longer necessary in our modern society because the government will protect more…

Right and wrong, part 2

by Joseph Farah -- America is getting a wake-up call about its kids, the Washington Post reported yesterday. It's not drugs, this time. It's not guns. It's oral sex. Kids today are more…

Gun control = government control

by Joseph Farah -- The fact that racist-murderer Benjamin Nathaniel Smith was able to buy guns illegally is being used by gun-control enthusiasts as a rationale for more government regulation of firearms. more…

Right and wrong

by Joseph Farah -- News item from the Associated Press, July 4, 1999: A ring of children as young as 7 in a small Pennsylvania community taught each other to have sex, more…