More thoughts on guns

by Joseph Farah -- Bill Clinton and Al Gore say Americans can't be trusted with firearms. Let's face it. If they get their way, they will slowly but surely -- bit by more…

Blood on this administration's hands

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore are expressing unrighteous indignation over remarks by National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre. During ABC's "This Week" program Sunday, more…

3 years and counting ...

by Joseph Farah -- This is an old story. I'm getting tired of telling it. But it's an important one that still -- three years later -- has received next to no more…

Another Washington Post pest

by Joseph Farah -- The editors of the Washington Post must operate in some kind of doublespeak parallel universe -- where night is day, war is peace and right is wrong. That's more…

The wacky Washington Post

by Joseph Farah -- Did you know I had a crush on Jane Fonda? I didn't either. I found out by reading a Washington Post magazine column published Feb. 27. I guess more…

The free press in action

by Joseph Farah -- What a surprise! Citibank has backed down from its policy of denying banking services to firearms businesses. The strange and discriminatory policy was first exposed by WorldNetDaily last more…

The war on the church -- in America

by Joseph Farah -- "And he said unto them, Render therefore unto Caesar the things which be Caesar's, and unto God the things which be God's." --Luke 20:25 We're beginning to hear more…

Why God's important

by Joseph Farah -- It's getting to that predictable point in the political season when all the leading presidential candidates are vying -- as best they know how -- for "the God more…

Wish me a bon voyage

by Joseph Farah -- This is my last column -- for awhile, anyway. I'm taking some time off. I'll be back writing on or around March 7, God willing. I know. It's more…

Crime and punishment

by Joseph Farah -- On April 11, 1989, Terry Joe Windham, on probation for burglary and vandalism, decided to commit a murder to see what it felt like. Windham's victim was 16-year-old more…