More on Judge Moore

by Joseph Farah -- It began like so many other divorce cases. A husband and wife decide to split up, as happens far too often in America today. The wife, who drinks more…

Arafat kills more Americans

by Joseph Farah -- Americans need to start taking Yasser Arafat's continued terrorism personally. For 30 years he has ordered and condoned the murder of American citizens – including U.S. diplomats. That more…

Open letter to the news police

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Do you want to help WorldNetDaily in its battle for press accreditation to cover the Capitol? WorldNetDaily has a Legal Defense Fund, set up originally to more…

Californians, listen up!

by Joseph Farah -- As regular readers of this column know, I seldom make political endorsements. I supported no candidate for president in 2000, despite the fact that the previous administration had more…

What's wrong with the press?

by Joseph Farah -- I don't do this very often. I don't like to criticize the establishment press. It's just too easy. It's like shooting fish in a barrel. I prefer bigger more…

More questions about McVeigh

by Joseph Farah -- After Sept. 11, isn't it time for the U.S. government to come clean with the American people about Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nichols and the Oklahoma City bombing? Last more…

A judge I like

by Joseph Farah -- It's getting tough to find heroes in this fallen world. Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is one of mine. My heroes tend to catch flak – more…

Busting the media gatekeepers

by Joseph Farah -- As you know, WorldNetDaily is involved in a titanic battle with the U.S. Senate Press Gallery, which, for the last year, has denied the leading independent Internet newssite more…

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah Zubaydah

by Joseph Farah -- Late last week the New York Times, Fox News Channel and other news agencies began to catch up with the DEBKA-Net-Weekly/WorldNetDaily report of the previous week on the more…

Squandering the mandate

by Joseph Farah -- Following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, President Bush had what amounted to a blank check in terms of public opinion to do what was necessary to protect and more…