Abe Rosenthal, consider WorldNetDaily

by Joseph Farah -- When America was great, it valued experience, wisdom and the counsel of elders. I'm not sure there was a cause-and-effect relationship between the decline of our culture and more…

Echelon: See, I told you so

by Joseph Farah -- For more than two years, I've been chronicling the manifestations of the Echelon global spying network. During that time, there have been more than a few skeptics who more…

Larry Klayman, my hero

by Joseph Farah -- People sometimes ask me who my heroes are. After all, I'd be hard-pressed to name any contemporary politicians I trust or look to for leadership and courage. There more…

Complicit criminality in Congress

by Joseph Farah -- At some point, when Congress winks at enough criminal behavior by the Clinton administration, you have to conclude that the legislative branch of government is complicit in this more…

Socialists in Democrats' clothing

by Joseph Farah -- No, I didn't watch the so-called debate between Al Gore and Bill Bradley last week. I didn't think I would learn anything. I was wrong. Had I watched, more…

Chilling plan from the Fed

by Joseph Farah -- Just when you think you've heard every bone-chilling totalitarian proposal from the U.S. government and its orbit of unaccountable, quasi-official satellite agencies, along comes something straight out of more…

Authoritarians brace for Y2K

by Joseph Farah -- Authoritarians are digging in for Y2K trouble in the U.S. and abroad. The FBI recently issued a statement clarifying a USA Today story, which had made it seem more…

The Echelon attack

by Joseph Farah -- Internet activists last week tried to overwhelm National Security Agency eavesdroppers by flooding the Echelon spy system with fabricated messages about terrorist plots and bombs. The idea never more…

Clinton's a character, all right

by Joseph Farah -- Hey, it's that special time of the year again -- it's "National Character Counts Week." Actually, it was last week. I know that because President Clinton reminded the more…

Wilding in Charleston, S.C.

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine how the national press corps would handle the following story: Two black men in their mid-30s ride their bicycles down a city street about a block and more…