Time to come clean

by Joseph Farah -- It's time for the U.S. government to come clean with its bosses – the American people. Top Defense Department officials now agree, according to a U.S. News report, more…

Why the Yankees will win

by Joseph Farah -- Yes, folks, that headline is correct. Joseph Farah is writing about sports today, sort of. … I know. I know what you're going to say: "Farah, there are more…

Investigating terror money trail

by Joseph Farah -- The United States says it is determined to follow the terrorist money trail, shutting down front groups, seizing assets, hammering financial institutions that aid them. That's a nice more…

The next target?

by Joseph Farah -- I would be very concerned right now if I worked in London's Canary Wharf – home to some of the biggest names of world finance. A Reuters story more…

The price of appeasement

by Joseph Farah -- Leila Khaled, the leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which claimed responsibility for the assassination of Israeli Tourism Minister Rahavam Ze'evi, says the group's more…

The half-hearted war

by Joseph Farah -- You would think America might have learned some lessons from Vietnam. If you are going to fight a war with one hand tied behind your back, you're going more…

The failure of government

by Joseph Farah -- During the Watergate investigation into Nixon administration corruption, a familiar question to witnesses was: "What did the president know and when did he know it?" A good variation more…

Casualties of war

by Joseph Farah -- The Islamicists' war on the United States has already claimed more civilian U.S. casualties than any conflict since the War Between the States. That's the bad news. The more…

A tale of two songs

by Joseph Farah -- This is a tale of two songs. The first song was written before the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. and scheduled to be recorded in the more…

Arafat faces his own intifada

by Joseph Farah -- There's a certain tragic irony to Yasser Arafat's plight, as he finds himself facing an intifada of his own in Gaza and elsewhere. His policemen are now vilified more…