Unaccountable Congress

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – In response to my tirade last week, "Unaccountable government," several readers e-mailed with some worthy suggestions. "Thank you for beginning the process of getting people to more…

Destruction of holy places

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – While three successive Israeli governments have failed to stop the wholesale destruction of Jerusalem Temple antiquities by the Islamic Religious Trust, or Waqf, a Republican U.S. more…

Arab public opinion

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – What does the Arab world really think about the Mideast conflict? That was the subject of a July 25 op-ed piece in the Washington Post by more…

Condit unbecoming: Part 3

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – Back on June 21, less than two months after Chandra Levy disappeared, I called for Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif., to resign from Congress. Many people thought more…

An open letter to Michael Moore

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: Last Thursday, WorldNetDaily Editor Joseph Farah criticized filmmaker Michael Moore for comments attributed to him in an interview on Murmurs.com. He responded with a letter. Today, more…

Baylor betrays its mission

by Joseph Farah -- Baylor University in Waco, Texas, claims to have a vision to become "the foremost university in the world committed to excellence in Christian higher education." Maybe the university more…

State-controlled media

by Joseph Farah -- Do you think the big problem with the media in this country is that the state doesn't dominate them enough? That is the incredible conclusion of Michael Moore, more…

Unaccountable government

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – On July 4 week, Michael Schwing of Baltimore, Md., learned of the existence of a bill known as HR 1545, which would effectively reduce his earnings more…

Starting over in Mideast

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – Yasser Arafat is through in the Middle East. I know you haven’t heard this bulletin broadcast yet in the international media, but it’s true. He’s political more…

Ashcroft on gun rights

by Joseph Farah -- WASHINGTON – The Bush administration Justice Department is deserving of some credit for reversing last week a 30-year-old position that there is no constitutional right for individuals to more…