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…

Why Internet tax is unconstitutional

by Joseph Farah -- Not that it matters to anyone in Washington or any of the 50 state capitals, but any proposal to tax the Internet is a direct affront to the more…

Kosovo: The 'permanent dilemma'

by Joseph Farah -- Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott now calls Kosovo a "permanent dilemma" for U.S. policy-makers. It did not have to be so. Speaking at the Carnegie Endowment for more…

Music for the soul

by Joseph Farah -- If I close my eyes and concentrate I can still hear a slightly out-of-tune piano in the echoes of my mind. It's somewhere far off, down the hall more…

The diversity myth

by Joseph Farah -- I get a kick out of people who say they want to "celebrate diversity" but actually mean they want everyone to think alike and conform to their own more…

Where gun battle is leading

by Joseph Farah -- Let's face it, the people leading the gun-control movement in the United States will never stop. They will never be satisfied until the government has a monopoly on more…

The power of knowledge and truth

by Joseph Farah -- "A popular government without popular information, or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever more…