Thanks for what?

by Joseph Farah -- Thanksgiving, to me, is one of the most important and meaningful holidays on our calendar. There's a rich tradition for this holiday that dates back, not just through more…

Clinton's appeasement of N. Korea

by Joseph Farah -- I don't have any plans - current or future - to run for any political office. But, if I did, and if, by some miracle, I were elected more…

The Rosenbergs of the '90s

by Joseph Farah -- Despite plenty of historical revisionist attempts to redeem Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, the executed nuclear spies of another era remain traitors to the core in the American psyche. more…

Why I am not a homophobe

by Joseph Farah -- Washington Post ombudswoman E. R. Shipp suggests I am "hostile to homosexuals." In the popular lexicon, that makes one a "homophobe." I'd like to explain why I am more…

Apocalypse Now for the Hmong

by Joseph Farah -- One of the principal reasons I launched WorldNetDaily and created its non-profit parent company, the Western Journalism Center, is the fact that there are precious few gutsy reporters more…

Political audits? Everyone does it

by Joseph Farah -- A long-awaited report from the Associated Press on politically motivated audits by the Internal Revenue Service reveals what the Clinton administration strategy will be as it faces a more…

E.R. Shipp, where are you?

by Joseph Farah -- Well, no word yet from the Washington Post's E.R. Shipp, who defamed me in a column last Sunday. Maybe it's because I offended her by assuming E.R. Shipp more…

The Washington Post gets nasty

by Joseph Farah -- Well, folks, I guess I hit a nerve in the establishment press. My coverage of the brutal homosexual rape and murder of 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising prompted a nearly more…

Jesse Dirkhising's deliverance

by Joseph Farah -- Editor's note: The following column is not appropriate reading material for children. It is not for squeamish adults. It contains graphic details of a heinous crime. The case more…

Clinton's new interventionism

by Joseph Farah -- Bill Clinton is back on the campaign trail. His agenda: A new era of unabashed American interventionism. His personal goal: Maybe global emperor? Earlier this week, Clinton gave more…