Whither India's Christians after Mother Teresa

by Joseph Farah -- Watching the state funeral India provided for Mother Teresa, the world might have assumed Christians were tolerated in the world's most populous democracy. But the adopted home of more…

A year in the life of the IRS

by Joseph Farah -- A year ago this month, I broke the story of the Internal Revenue Service's striking pattern of auditing individuals and organizations politically troublesome to the Clinton administration. The more…

The government-media complex exposed

by Joseph Farah -- Americans once worried about the military-industrial complex. It's still a concern, but a much more ominous and imminent threat to our freedom is what I call "the government-media more…

Cover-up of China's gender-cide

by Joseph Farah -- The World Health Organization is not one of my favorite groups, but last Friday the United Nations agency released a paper that should have prompted front-page headlines around more…

Trampling on the First Amendment

by Joseph Farah -- Princess Diana's body was barely cold before some reactionary politicians in California were proposing the kinds of restrictions on First Amendment activities that would make our Founding Fathers more…

The plot chickens, er, thickens

by Joseph Farah -- Bertha-Hewitt elementary school students in Minnesota filed into the cafeteria one day in September 1995 excited about that day's entree -- chicken nuggets. But one student after another more…

The threat of COSCO and SeaLaunch

by Joseph Farah -- Though there's some organized opposition to turning over the Long Beach Naval Base at Long Beach to a company controlled by the Chinese military, most critics of the more…

Why government is the enemy

by Joseph Farah -- The United Nations is getting into the gun-control business, suggesting private ownership of firearms is a dangerous and outdated idea and that, for the safety and well-being of more…

Al Haig, Bill Clinton and the COSCO deal

by Joseph Farah -- Last week, former Secretary of State Alexander Haig suggested on national television that I should be "jailed for perjury" for criticizing U.S. government plans to permit a company more…

Understanding China's Communist Party Congress

by Joseph Farah -- Here's the way the Associated Press played it: "Leader Jiang Zemin announced ambitious plans Friday for a capitalist-style sell-off of China's ailing state companies, but pledged not to more…