Rockefeller-sponsored socialism

by Joseph Farah -- There's a quiet movement building for international peace and economic justice centered on a document that would reorganize humanity around a sacred earth-worshipping mission. This Saturday, for instance, more…

Why Iraq? Why now?

by Joseph Farah -- I keep hearing the administration talking about the reasons we're about to invade Iraq. President Bush told the United Nations Baghdad is developing weapons of mass destruction. True. more…

Harvard president warns
of anti-Semitism

by Joseph Farah -- Lawrence Summers, the former U.S. Treasury secretary and now president of Harvard University, fresh from a highly charged dispute with one of his own faculty members, is warning more…

When tolerance spells rape

by Joseph Farah -- In a crazy top-down decision, the Big Brothers-Big Sisters of America organization told its local chapters they would no longer be able to exclude homosexuals from mentoring children. more…

The world's collective amnesia

by Joseph Farah -- Yasser Arafat may have lost some of his personal political clout of late, but the political movement he began – demanding justice for Palestinian Arabs expelled from their more…

Washington's dead donkeys

by Joseph Farah -- There's a joke going around ... It seems a city boy, Kenny, moved to the country and bought a donkey from a farmer for $100. The farmer agreed more…

Celebrate the Constitution

by Joseph Farah -- Today is Constitution Day. How will you celebrate? Did you even know? On Sept. 17, 1787, the Constitutional Convention, meeting in Philadelphia for four months, agreed on the more…

Thanks to my colleagues

by Joseph Farah -- Now that the Senate Press Gallery has relented after a two-year fight and granted WorldNetDaily accreditation to cover the Capitol, I wanted to take a minute to thank more…

What would Jesus do?

by Joseph Farah -- As America nears military action against Iraq, some are suggesting that an attack of this type is somehow contrary to the words and deeds of Jesus. Many modern more…

A monstrous bipartisan crime

by Joseph Farah -- What would you do if you lived in a country where the government sent its most feared agency after you for criticizing the president or exposing his corruption? more…