Were donations bribe or payoff?

by Joseph Farah -- The real question is not whether President Clinton knew the source of Johnny Chung's 1996 campaign contributions. The real question is whether the money was a bribe or more…

What will Congress do now?

by Joseph Farah -- Revelations by The New York Times last Friday that China's People's Liberation Army had contributed at least $100,000 to the Democrats' 1996 election campaign require nothing less urgent more…

How Clinton threatens U.S. security

by Joseph Farah -- This week's five nuclear tests in India "came as a complete shock, a bolt out of the blue," explained a senior Clinton administration official to The New York more…

Help us fight for free press!

by Joseph Farah -- WorldNetDaily is at the forefront of the fight to maintain a truly free press in America today. We battle on many fronts -- the Internet, on radio, in more…

A tragedy of a book

by Joseph Farah -- "A Washington Tragedy: How the Death of Vincent Foster Ignited a Political Firestorm" By Dan Moldea Regnery, 1998 It usually isn't easy to write a book about a more…

Clinton's global crime plan

by Joseph Farah -- The Clinton administration this week announced a comprehensive plan to target the growing power of sophisticated international organized crime syndicates. It's called the International Crime Control Strategy, which more…

Hillary's Palestine trial balloon

by Joseph Farah -- First lady Hillary Clinton's call for a Palestinian state was no mistake. It was not a casual remark. Indeed, her statement is right in line with the foreign more…

The New World Odor

by Joseph Farah -- There's an Evil Empire emerging on the world scene much more insidious than the old Soviet Union. Back in the good old days of the Cold War, most more…

More lies from the White House

by Joseph Farah -- In appealing a federal judge's dismissal of President Clinton's use of executive privilege, White House lawyers claim there's a major difference between this administration's scandals and Watergate. For more…

Fighting back against a political IRS

by Joseph Farah -- Imagine you live in a country where journalists exposing corruption and cover-up at the highest levels of government face political retribution, official harassment and shakedowns by the widely more…