Hillary and housing

by Joseph Farah -- Reading Hillary Clinton's syndicated column is always an experience. Her latest is no exception. The first lady (oooh, how I hate that term in reference to Hillary) waxes more…

What to do with the Cuban kid

by Joseph Farah -- Everywhere you turn, people are talking about 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez and what should be done with him. Should the kid rescued in the Florida Straits in an inner more…

The return of Dr. Mengele

by Joseph Farah -- Does it bother you that your tax dollars may soon be subsidizing gruesome research on human embryos? Nobody likes the idea of inflicting unnecessary suffering on innocent animals. more…

New U.S. guidelines on embryo tests

by Joseph Farah -- The National Institutes of Health's new draft guidelines on "embryonic stem cell research" instruct researchers in the proper methods of using human embryos in an effort to minimize more…

Whistling Dixie

by Joseph Farah -- Some 46,000 people marched to South Carolina's Statehouse on Martin Luther King Day to demand the Confederate flag, which they described as a symbol of slavery and racism, more…

Internet 'gossip' vs. real reporting

by Joseph Farah -- The No. 2 newspaper in our nation's capital caught up with the Jane Fonda story last Friday, more than a week after it was broken in WorldNetDaily. "News more…

Jane Fonda, me and the Lord

by Joseph Farah -- And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in (your) mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled. --Colossians 1:21 I met Jane Fonda when I was more…

I have a dream, too

by Joseph Farah -- I have a dream that America will return to its heritage of freedom. But before that dream is realized, we've got to stop miseducating kids at every turn. more…

How taxes strangle free expression

by Joseph Farah -- The Chicago Defender is a historic, old black daily newspaper that will be closed this month -- because of the cold, calculating hand of intrusive, greedy government. Begun more…

America's first tax on writers

by Joseph Farah -- Can you imagine what Thomas Jefferson would have thought if the British insisted on the right to tax the work of writers like himself, Thomas Paine, James Madison more…