The military's guinea pigs

by Joseph Farah -- There was a more innocent time in this country when U.S. soldiers rolled up their sleeves when they were told and took their medicine -- in the form more…

More budget hokus-pokus

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton pulled another rabbit out of his hat this week -- this one in the form of $1 trillion that materialized in budget forecasting in just the more…

Wag the dog revisited

by Joseph Farah -- Maybe it seems like old news not worth revisiting. But the more I see Bill Clinton congratulating himself over his "military victory" in Kosovo, the more it reminds more…

The desecration of the Constitution, part 2

by Joseph Farah -- I'm worried. Since I wrote last week's column opposing a congressional amendment to the Constitution outlawing burning the flag, I've been accused of everything from being a pinko more…

A dialogue on race

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton is apparently having a tough time getting his ghostwriters to produce a book on race relations that he had hoped might salvage his legacy. Two deadlines more…

Al Gore -- racist to the core

by Joseph Farah -- After the presidential election of 1996, my non-profit news organization was audited and threatened with losing its tax-exempt status because I, the executive director, had dared to investigate more…

What about Constitution desecration?

by Joseph Farah -- As a constitutional amendment against flag desecration sailed through the House of Representatives yesterday, I was wondering what the penalty is for desecrating the Constitution. I just wish more…

Lights out at Energy?

by Joseph Farah -- Not one kilowatt of energy is produced by government. It consumes plenty and it emits, as a byproduct, plenty of hot air and noxious fumes. Yet, nevertheless, despite more…

Defense's Y2K worries

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. Department of Defense is so concerned about the potential for problems associated with the Y2K millennium bug that it is considering unplugging itself from the Internet more…

The haves and the have-nots

by Joseph Farah -- America is rapidly becoming a society of haves and have-nots. By this I refer not to general wealth or material possessions. Instead, I refer to those who are more…