Bringing back civil defense

by Joseph Farah -- If there's a silver lining to the dark cloud of terrorist attacks on America, I hope it is the awareness that our country is virtually defenseless against attacks more…

Clinton and terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- It's never been more clear to me why President Clinton downplayed the terrorist threat to America – even at the cost of lying to the American public about more…

The Big Media crackup

by Joseph Farah -- Yes, it's finally happening, people. The Big Media are imploding. The Internet is allowing people to get news they never would have seen when the Big Four (ABC, more…

World opinion shouldn't count

by Joseph Farah -- President Bush has justified U.S. military actions in Afghanistan, in part, on "world opinion." That is a very weak argument, indeed. The U.S. government has a constitutional obligation more…

Ensuring a terrorist future

by Joseph Farah -- The Associated Press reports a military prosecutor in Beirut has charged three Lebanese Christians with a capital crime. Can you imagine what that offense is? Do you think more…

Whatever happened to common sense?

by Joseph Farah -- Two of my kids are scheduled to return home today after a trip to the East Coast. Let me tell you about the first leg of their trip. more…

Back to Iraq

by Joseph Farah -- It's no longer a matter of if America launches a war to the finish with Iraq, it's only a matter of when. I tell you this as someone more…

The lies of Arafat

by Joseph Farah -- Yasser Arafat may have committed one too many acts of terrorism. More than 30 years of bloodlust may finally be catching up to him. Israelis have had enough. more…

Here we go again

by Joseph Farah -- The National Transportation Safety Board has a story and it's sticking to it no matter what. The government agency claims American Airlines Flight 587 just fell apart in more…

Home-grown terrorism

by Joseph Farah -- The New York Times broke a story on Sept. 11 of this year that was slightly overshadowed by the tragic events that transpired that morning. Nearly three months more…