More on the civic journalism scam

by Joseph Farah -- In a recent column I addressed the roots of "civic journalism," the latest pop trend designed to save the dying print news media establishment. I revealed that my more…

About that 'ban' on human cloning

by Joseph Farah -- OK, I've given the rest of the news media 10 days of grace to correct their mistakes in reporting the administration's position on human cloning. I think that's more…

The Real David Brock

by Joseph Farah -- David Brock, the American Spectator reporter best known for exposing the real Anita Hill, has been trying to "find himself" ever since. For awhile, he says in a more…

The nannies of big government

by Joseph Farah -- OK, let me get this straight: The folks at the National Transportation Safety Board who mandated a few years ago that all cars needed to be equipped with more…

Clinton outmaneuvers the GOP, again

by Joseph Farah -- What happens whenever Republicans act like Democrats to curry favor with voters? They lose. Boil down a very complex political event like the disaster aid vote to its more…

The growing threat of fascism

by Joseph Farah -- I've believed for some time now that the greatest threat to America's freedoms is not from socialism or communism but rather an "ism" you seldom hear much about more…

S&M as a tourist attraction?

by Joseph Farah -- The San Francisco papers are a constant source of amusement -- if you have a very twisted sense of humor. But I didn't know whether to laugh or more…

About that San Francisco stadium vote

by Joseph Farah -- It takes a big columnist to admit he was wrong -- and especially to remind everyone about his errant predictions. A couple weeks ago I predicted San Francisco more…

The Pharisees of volunteerism

by Joseph Farah -- Most of us don't give enough back to our community, our country, we're being told more and more today. We've got to get out there and volunteer. Stop more…

The truth about civic journalism

by Joseph Farah -- The public hasn't heard much about it, but the news media establishment has been engaged in huge debate over how to save its skin. Daily newspapers are, with more…