No thank you on trigger locks

by Joseph Farah -- Well, wouldn't you know it? It seems Dick Cheney, the Republican nominee for vice president, has grown on a number of issues -- particularly guns. The statists are more…

4 more years of 'Scamalot'?

by Joseph Farah -- Let me begin, again, with my standard caveat on political columns: I don't have a dog in this presidential race. (And, believe me, there are some dogs in more…

Jerusalem: The burdensome stone

by Joseph Farah -- And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the more…

The myth of negative campaigning

by Joseph Farah -- I predict that, in the days ahead, you will be bombarded by media agitation over "negative campaigning." Recently I appeared on the Fox News Network's "Hannity and Colmes" more…

You folks are missing the boat

by Joseph Farah -- I take certain things for granted as the editor of WorldNetDaily. For instance, I assume, because we provide readers with a diverse collection of notable and original columnists, more…

Lieberman's change of heart

by Joseph Farah -- Matt Drudge reported last week that Joseph Lieberman once suggested an independent counsel be appointed to investigate Al Gore's fund-raising practices. Lieberman reportedly confided to a congressional staffer, more…

The Democrats and porn

by Joseph Farah -- I got a kick out of the Democratic National Committee's hissy-fit over co-chairwoman Loretta Sanchez's scheduled fund-raiser at the Playboy mansion. Sanchez ultimately gave in to pressure from more…

Joseph Lieberman's moral relativism

by Joseph Farah -- Some people suggest Sen. Joseph Lieberman, as a practicing Jew, provides some balance to a ticket headed by an apostate Christian tied so closely to the most corrupt more…

Phony fight against terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- The federal government's phony war on terrorism reminds me of its sham war on drugs. In both cases, Washington uses a real problem to justify draconian and unconstitutional more…

Activists in the newsroom

by Joseph Farah -- There's an indelicate old newspaper saying that summarizes succinctly the way the industry traditionally viewed the issue of personal and journalistic conflicts of interest. The curmudgeonly city editor more…