Charities on the Dole

by Joseph Farah -- If you aren't still disgusted with Bob Dole's lackluster performance in the presidential campaign, you will be after reading Jeffrey Tucker's excellent column in the current issue of more…

What's wrong with the news business?

by Joseph Farah -- Washington Post media critic Howard Kurtz tells us news people are quitting the business in droves these days out of frustration with a craft that just isn't what more…

The other big Supreme Court decision

by Joseph Farah -- Lost amid all the press attention on the Paula Jones case was another big victory by a woman who fought hard to get a hearing by the U.S. more…

A civics lesson from the IRS

by Joseph Farah -- SACRAMENTO -- John and Celeste Schleimer of Roseville, Calif., have been through six years of excruciating negotiations, examinations and hearings with the Internal Revenue Service over an old more…

Is Ralph Reed in legal trouble?

by Joseph Farah -- When Ralph Reed resigned as executive director of the Christian Coalition, he said it was to pursue a new career as a political consultant. But could there be more…

The Lost World of Hollywood

by Joseph Farah -- "The Lost World" set all kinds of box office records this weekend, but I'll bet the sequel to "Jurassic Park" doesn't have the legs of the first movie. more…

Another media myth shattered

by Joseph Farah -- A gem of a story appeared in the Seattle Times yesterday. How many times have you heard someone in the press or a politician claim that homosexual teen-agers more…

Why Clinton is so happy about budget

by Joseph Farah -- How many people realize that Bill Clinton got more money in that Republican budget deal than he had ever asked for? On top of that, the tax cuts more…

The government must be crazy

by Joseph Farah -- Let me tell you a story about the insanity of big government. There's an "immigrant-rights" organization based in Southern California called Hermandad Mexicana Nacional. The group's legal center more…

Satanic priests, live sex, blood and urine

by Joseph Farah -- No, that headline is not just an attention grabber. It's the punchline to the proverbial question: What will it take to wake up San Francisco to the degradation more…