A new agenda for Israel

by Joseph Farah -- New Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has much on his agenda. He's got to deal with the continuing violence of the Intifada. He's got to deal with unrealistic more…

A question no one asked Ashcroft

by Joseph Farah -- Now that the confirmation hearings for Attorney General John Ashcroft are concluded and his appointment official, I have a question for the man. I didn't raise this question more…

Investigate Reno

by Joseph Farah -- You may think Bill Clinton didn't leave anyone off his pardon list but Webster Hubbell. Think again. There are at least two other key players in eight years more…

The Rich pardon

by Joseph Farah -- Some people in Congress are shocked -- shocked, I tell you -- to find out that money may have been buying personal favors in the Clinton White House. more…

Why I'm not afraid of Sharon

by Joseph Farah -- If you accept the international media's characterization of Ariel Sharon, you believe he is a warmonger, a hater of Arabs, a hard-liner, maybe even the man responsible for more…

Whose property is it, anyway?

by Joseph Farah -- JACKSONVILLE, Ore. -- When Jacksonville Presbyterian Church outgrew its 125-seat building a few years ago, it purchased a 10-acre site with the intent to build an 18,000-square-foot facility. more…

The compassion racket

by Joseph Farah -- Is President Bush's creation of the White House Office of Faith-based and Community Initiative a step in the right direction? Bush believes, rightly, that churches, synagogues and community more…

20 questions for Ashcroft

by Joseph Farah -- While he ultimately triumphed, the questions posed in the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings for Attorney General nominee John Ashcroft were insulting. I say, it's time to turn more…

A hero of the cultural revolution

by Joseph Farah -- I don't know about you, but I watched some amazing television Saturday night. "John Stossel Goes to Washington" was an ABC special that took my breath away. You more…

The pricetag for Blood-gate

by Joseph Farah -- Buried deep in the recesses of Congress' last budget agreement was a $655 million item called a "compassionate compensation package" for about 5,500 hemophiliacs infected with AIDS in more…