The Abbas legacy

by Joseph Farah -- There are still many in the U.S. – and even in Israel – who do not understand the real lesson of the failure of Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud more…

Wesley Clark on church and state

by Joseph Farah -- Wesley Clark is clearly the man to watch in the Democratic presidential primary. Two days after he announced his candidacy, a Newsweek poll had him leading the pack more…

Outing Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- A caller to my radio program suggested there might be a better way to dispose of Yasser Arafat than killing him. She reminded me of something I had more…

Why Wesley Clark is dangerous

by Joseph Farah -- Gen. Wesley Clark may be the most dangerous person in the presidential race. More dangerous than Howard Dean? More dangerous than Al Sharpton? More dangerous than Dennis Kucinich? more…

California schemin'

by Joseph Farah -- My outrage concerning the 9th Circus Court of Appeals decision calling off the California recall election can be boiled down to two words – judicial tyranny. This is more…

Freedom of speech. Period.

by Joseph Farah -- "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the more…

Who killed Jesus?

by Joseph Farah -- "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life." – John 3:16 more…

Europe's death toll rises

by Joseph Farah -- Just how many Europeans actually died last month due to a heat wave is still far from settled. It appears 15,000 are dead in France alone. Italy's health more…

Don't expel Arafat ...

by Joseph Farah -- There's a debate raging in Jerusalem and in Washington about whether it is appropriate to exile Yasser Arafat – to expel him from the Palestinian Authority. I say more…

Gibson's sin: Faithful film?

by Joseph Farah -- A 14-page article about Mel Gibson's ''The Passion'' in the New Yorker magazine concludes the director did just what he set out to do with the project about more…