Bring back DDT

by Joseph Farah -- In the battle with West Nile virus, the Centers for Disease Control has called in the U.S. Army for help. Panic is spreading through the Northeastern United States more…

Consider yourself warned

by Joseph Farah -- I'm getting a lot of letters, these days, from people who say I'm being too tough on George W. Bush. "He's our only chance!" these missives plead. "Wait more…

The crimes of the U.N.

by Joseph Farah -- You may have missed it over the Labor Day weekend when few of us are paying attention to the news. But the London Observer reported that former United more…

The 'progressive' income tax

by Joseph Farah -- The rhetoric of the two leading candidates in the campaign for the presidency demonstrates the fundamental flaw with the graduated -- or "progressive" -- income tax. The idea more…

The man who saved Clinton's presidency

by Joseph Farah -- In case you missed it, an interesting piece ran recently in the New York Observer. WorldNetDaily chose not to link to it because, typical of stories in the more…

Sifting through mag maze

by Joseph Farah -- I suspect one of the reasons WorldNetDaily has become so popular, with close to 1 million unique visitors, is because of the way we pore through dozens of more…

Monday Night Bootball

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK -- I hate to say it, but I told you so. Remember when ABC/Disney announced with much fanfare the hiring of Dennis Miller as the color more…

China moves on Africa

by Joseph Farah -- NEW YORK -- The London Telegraph reports "tens of thousands of Chinese troops and prisoners forced to work as security guards have been moved to Sudan." I believe more…

Whither Elian?

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Joseph Farah is on the road, slaying the dragons of government waste, fraud, corruption and abuse at every turn. For the next week, his column will more…

Opposition builds to new land grab

by Joseph Farah -- CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. -- An environmental activist plan to federalize more than one million acres of southwestern Oregon, endorsed by more than a dozen national organizations, is meeting more…