E.R. Shipp, where are you?

by Joseph Farah -- Well, no word yet from the Washington Post's E.R. Shipp, who defamed me in a column last Sunday. Maybe it's because I offended her by assuming E.R. Shipp more…

Readers have 'friend in the business'

by Jon Dougherty -- When it comes to news reporting, the readers of WorldNetDaily have "a friend in the business." That buddy is none other than our editor, Joseph Farah. Regarding his more…

The Confederate flag flap

by Llewellyn Rockwell Jr. -- All over the world, the battle flag of the Confederacy is a sign of independence from the central state. Ten years ago in the nations of Eastern Europe, more…

Miracles transpire at Liberty U.

by Jerry Falwell -- The story of Liberty University is one of many great miracles and victories. On Monday night, the school experienced yet another wonderful triumph, as two great Christian establishments more…

Proud flesh

by Maralyn Lois Polak -- Toward the very end, my brother Marty, who was gay, became an AIDS counselor, doing community volunteer work in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., with prisoners and migrant workers, educating them more…

by Elizabeth Farah -- The mom, Julie Armas, an obstetrics nurse herself, said she and her husband Alex "wept for days" when they saw the picture. "I was in total awe. The more…

Misplaced priorities

by Walter Williams -- Now that the schools that black youngsters attend are educating well, the devastating crime rate in black communities has abated and the black family has recovered its past more…

It's the code, stupid!

by -NO AUTHOR- -- As we head down the homestretch of the Year 2000 countdown, it is becoming clear that the general public is being set up to take the fall for more…

Why children fail

by Samuel Blumenfeld -- Last week, the people of Massachusetts were given the results of the MCAS tests, and they were pretty dismal. The fourth and eighth graders showed a little improvement more…

The Washington Post gets nasty

by Joseph Farah -- Well, folks, I guess I hit a nerve in the establishment press. My coverage of the brutal homosexual rape and murder of 13-year-old Jesse Dirkhising prompted a nearly more…