The trouble with 'smart guns'

by Joseph Farah -- The government programs and spending never stop under Bill Clinton. His latest proposal is to commit $10 million of taxpayer funds to test and develop "smart guns" that more…

Why I'm grateful, not sorry

by Joseph Farah -- To say the least, my mail's been a little negative lately. I get about 1,000 e-mails a day, not including the junk and after the filters. Very few more…

Happy Y2K. Now what?

by Joseph Farah -- Ahhhh, here we are safe and sound. We survived the dreaded Y2K bug. It went remarkably smoothly. Now, with the prospect of technological breakdowns behind us, maybe we more…

A new year warning

by Joseph Farah -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt told Americans they had nothing to fear but fear itself. I'm sure that little white lie comforted many in a time when they actually had more…

Is this the calm before the storm?

by Joseph Farah -- Who would have thought on this day, of all days, that news people around the world would be scratching their heads looking for a lead story? Nevertheless, just more…

Don't tax the Net!

by Joseph Farah -- In the past, without even trying, WorldNetDaily has made a substantial impact on public policy. When we broke the hideous plan by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s "Know more…

Clinton and Nero

by Joseph Farah -- I don't know about you, but I am still reeling over the under-reported, under-scrutinized, under-analyzed comments by White House press secretary Joe Lockhart about Southern Baptists. For those more…

The bigots in the White House

by Joseph Farah -- How out of touch with reality are Clinton's top White House officials? Comments by press secretary Joe Lockhart during a Dec. 16 press briefing are a good example. more…

The Monopoly News Network

by Joseph Farah -- It's official. Your choice for news basically comes down to an independent New Media outlet such as WorldNetDaily or the Monopoly News Network -- a corporate-establishment hybrid of more…

The forced march to Bethlehem

by Joseph Farah -- Some people may interpret this column as shameless politicization of the Christmas story. I think of it as an effort to de-politicize a beautiful and important truth distorted more…