News police attack WND

by Joseph Farah -- Let me preface this column by saying that I think the world of Reed Irvine of Accuracy In Media. I have nothing but the highest regard for him. more…

More on Hollywood Communists

by Joseph Farah -- There should not be any controversy about the awarding of an honorary Oscar to director Elia Kazan at the Academy Awards presentation this Sunday. Not only is the more…

The real Hollywood blacklist

by Joseph Farah -- This year's Academy Awards ceremony might actually be worth watching. It may help illustrate a point I have been making for more than a decade -- that the more…

How time rewrote Hollywood history

by Joseph Farah -- "Can it be that it was all so simple then? Or has time rewritten every line? ... "Memories may be beautiful, and yet what's too painful to remember, more…

The 'T-word' revisited

by Joseph Farah -- "The more you look into this business of the transfer of advanced, sophisticated technology to the Chinese military, which seems to be clearly for campaign contributions, the harder more…

Gore's notion of the Internet

by Joseph Farah -- Vice President Al Gore, who bills himself as the Clinton administration's "technology czar," is, in fact, something of a Luddite when it comes to the Internet. The country more…

A victory over bank snooping

by Joseph Farah -- When the U.S. Senate voted 88-0 Friday asking the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. to withdraw proposed rules on tracking the activities of banking customers, it represented a victory more…

The China threat becomes real

by Joseph Farah -- For nearly two years, WorldNetDaily has alone as a news agency been hammering away at the strategic threat to the United States posed by China and the way more…

The bipartisan budget hoax

by Joseph Farah -- Next year, Americans will get to elect a new president and a new Congress. They'll get to choose between the tax-and-spend party and the spend-and-tax party. That's pretty more…

Kenneth Starr, Clinton's protector

by Joseph Farah -- Conventional "wisdom" suggests Bill Clinton's chief political nemesis has been Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. The hard truth is that Kenneth Starr has been Bill Clinton's political savior -- more…