Coup d'?tat in 1913

by Joseph Farah -- Few Americans realize how radically America was changed in 1913 with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act. Maybe most Americans don't even care. "How does the Federal more…

Kurtzer is wrong for Israel

by Joseph Farah -- The man the Bush administration is seriously eyeing for the post of U.S. ambassador to Israel is not only the architect of President Clinton's failed Middle East peace more…

Hollywood goes Havana, again

by Joseph Farah -- I noticed many of Hollywood's worst and dumbest recently returned from a visit to the totalitarian island prison known as Cuba. The group included the editor of Vanity more…

Learning from mistakes?

by Joseph Farah -- Some wise old sage once said the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again while expecting different results. If that's true, U.S. policy more…

New U.S. ambassador
to Israel?

by Joseph Farah -- Former President Clinton’s choice to be ambassador to Egypt has an inside track to become President Bush’s ambassador to Israel, say sources close to the State Department and more…

Republicans being Republicans, again

by Joseph Farah -- They promised. They told Americans if they elected a Republican to the White House, things would be different. It was Bill Clinton who was blocking the Republican agenda more…

Overturn the illegal pardons

by Joseph Farah -- I was wrong. I admit it. I was quick out of the chute saying that there was nothing we could do about the 44 11th-hour pardons by President more…

Shame on the YMCA

by Joseph Farah -- The World Alliance of Young Men's Christian Associations is betraying its mission and giving a bad name to Christianity. The Geneva-based international association issued a blistering one-sided 3,000-word more…

The Internet cartel

by Joseph Farah -- Many of you reading this column believe, like I do, that the Internet holds the potential for revolutionary change in the way people are informed and educated about more…

Al Gore and the new journalism

by Joseph Farah -- I didn't think I'd be writing about Al Gore, again, quite so soon. After his concession, I thought I might be able to avoid the subject for another, more…