Government -- an unnatural disaster

by Joseph Farah -- A new government report says Americans are paying more than ever before as a result of natural disasters. Gee. Why would that be the case? Are there more more…

Third party? What are the other two?

by Joseph Farah -- Sen. Bob Smith of New Hampshire, a possible GOP presidential candidate, is warning that 1999 is a pivotal year for the Republican Party if it seeks to avoid more…

The Clintonization of Israel

by Joseph Farah -- Israeli voters made a tragic mistake this week -- the kind of epic, colossal, historic blunder Americans made in 1992 and 1996. The Jewish state rejected the policies more…

Does the W stand for Wrong-way?

by Joseph Farah -- George W. Bush, the governor of Texas positioning himself for a presidential run in 2000, is trying not to say too much -- trying to be all things more…

The Cox cover-up

by Joseph Farah -- Exactly whose interests are being protected by the long delays in the release of the Cox report on national security breaches involved in China's theft and purchase of more…

Big Brother bankers' redux

by Joseph Farah -- So you thought your money was safe and your bank account private after the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s "Know Your Customer" regulations went down in flames, huh? Fooled more…

Auditing the messenger

by Joseph Farah -- Here's a pop quiz: Which news agency first exposed the following government scandals-in-the-making? The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s "Know Your Customer" plan, which would have forced banks to more…

The agony and the irony

by Joseph Farah -- The only person arrested for helping Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold arm themselves in preparation for the shootings at Columbine High School is the son of a Handgun more…

New threats to the Internet

by Joseph Farah -- Last week, WorldNetDaily published a series of stories about a government-corporate plan to introduce the notion that Internet sites should be "handicapped accessible." Maybe some people thought it more…

The federal Net nanny busybodies

by Joseph Farah -- A group of computer industry executives and federal government busybodies have been meeting and plotting ways they can destroy the free-for-all, laissez faire, revolutionary and wondrous spirit of more…