The outrageous dissolution of marriage

by Joseph Farah -- I'm not a big fan of Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts. Roberts has made some very bad decisions. He doesn't seem to be much a fan of more…

America's rapid split with God

by Joseph Farah -- America began a marked departure from the ways of God during the 1960s. Perhaps the most remarkable government decision came in two Supreme Court rulings that took prayer more…

Newspaper takes cue from government

by Joseph Farah -- The free press was guaranteed special constitutional protections by America's founders because they believed journalists could and should be watchdogs on government, offering another in a layer of more…

Romans attacking Israel again

by Joseph Farah -- Pope Francis announced an agreement had been reached with the barbaric leadership of the Palestine Liberation Organization recognizing "Palestine," as defined by pre-1967 Israeli borders, as a sovereign more…

'Scientists': Extinction draweth nigh

by Joseph Farah -- A couple of weeks ago, professor Frank Fenner, described dutifully by media accounts as an "eminent Australian scientist" who "helped wipe out smallpox," announced the bad news – more…

The biggest news month of our lives

by Joseph Farah -- Was June 2015 the biggest news month of our generation? I would argue it was right up there with 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. Two stories broke this month more…

Pearl Harbor, 9/11 and, now, Cyber-geddon

by Joseph Farah -- Do those who trust in government for security, safety, health care, income, food, water and other necessities of life ever learn? Apparently not. This week the Supreme Court more…

The consequences of the marriage ruling

by Joseph Farah -- It was bound to happen. Once jurists who believe the U.S. Constitution is a "living document" whose meaning changes over time were appointed as lifetime members of the more…

The undoing of American government

by Joseph Farah -- It was a great idea while it lasted. There would be a Constitution that restrained the power of government and protected the rights of individuals. Most of the more…