David Brock's new friends in high places

by Joseph Farah -- David Brock has ascended to new heights - or plummeted to new depths, depending on your point of view. The Washington Post's media critic Howard Kurtz reports that more…

Who will we be fighting in Gulf?

by Joseph Farah -- If U.S. military unpreparedness wasn't reason enough to reconsider an attack on Iraq, reports in the British press last week that Baghdad has a secret alliance with Iran more…

The impeachment of Kenneth Starr

by Joseph Farah -- Anyone who has read my work over the last year or so knows I'm no fan of Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr. In fact, I would dare say, I more…

Are we ready for Iraq?

by Joseph Farah -- When the United States, and its allies, last took on Saddam Hussein's Iraq during the Persian Gulf War of 1991, the U.S. Army had 18 divisions. In the more…

The Clinton attack machine

by Joseph Farah -- Kenneth Starr has only himself to blame for his new position as the No. 1 target of the Clinton attack machine. While some of us who felt the more…

Less freedom, less defense

by Joseph Farah -- What do recent federal government budgets all have in common? They mandate more centralized control over the lives of Americans while sacrificing our national security and sovereignty. Sound more…

Are Clinton polls accurate?

by Joseph Farah -- Are national public opinion polls showing President Clinton with approval ratings of 70 percent and higher accurately reflecting the views of the American people? John Zogby, the only more…

Connecting Tailgate and Fostergate

by Joseph Farah -- What do the Tailgate and Fostergate scandals have in common besides official lies, cover-up, and bogus charges of right-wing conspiracy? Even the establishment press is beginning to notice more…

The biggest government fraud ever?

by Joseph Farah -- Bill Clinton can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time. But can he fool all of the more…

Is balanced budget a scam?

by Joseph Farah -- The $1.73 trillion government spending plan proposed by President Clinton this week, billed as the first "balanced budget" in 30 years, will actually increase the national debt -- more…