Tilting at windmills

by Joseph Farah -- I know. I know. The votes are counted. The numbers are in. Bob Livingston will be the next speaker of the House. There's nothing any of us can more…

The next speaker -- a sequel

by Joseph Farah -- The House of Representatives will be making a mistake of historic proportions if it even entertains the ridiculous notion that Bob Livingston might be the man for the more…

And the new speaker is ...

by Joseph Farah -- Bob Livingston? Who the heck is Bob Livingston? I don't think there is anyone in the country happier about Newt Gingrich's decision to step down as House speaker more…

No surprises Tuesday

by Joseph Farah -- Why is everyone surprised by last Tuesday's election results? The Republican debacle of 1998 was as predictable as the 1992 and 1996 votes. Even more so. When no more…

Voter fraud epidemic

by Joseph Farah -- Last April, the Carmel Pine Cone, a weekly newspaper in the affluent Northern California community whose most famous mayor was Clint Eastwood, published an expose on California voter more…

Is impeachment dead?

by Joseph Farah -- It didn't much matter which network you tuned into last night, the story was the same everywhere in TV-land. Clinton won. The Republicans lost. Impeachment is dead. I'm more…

How government buys votes

by Joseph Farah -- Today millions of Americans will dutifully go to the polls and perform their civic duty. I suspect in the 1998 midterm elections, more citizens than ever will cast more…

Hillary and Vince

by Joseph Farah -- Once again, I have to ask myself: How did Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr miss this? Former Arkansas state trooper L.D. Brown, one of then-Gov. Bill Clinton's inner circle more…

The cops are out of control

by Joseph Farah -- Until very recently, as a law-abiding person, the presence of police generally gave me a feeling of security, well-being, order. Not any more. I confess that, lately, when more…

My latest day in court

by Joseph Farah -- The U.S. Justice Department has asked federal Judge Milton Schwartz, the dean of the Northern California bench, to recuse himself from our $10 million lawsuit against officials and more…