Clinton considering another apology

by Joseph Farah -- Any day now, I expect President Clinton will walk up to a podium in the Rose Garden, bite that lower lip of his, clench his jaw and deliver more…

The first lady's selective moral outrage

by Joseph Farah -- Smoke is coming out of first lady Hillary Clinton's ears over a new Hollywood movie. No, unlike her husband, Bill, she's not angry over the way "Contact" filmmakers more…

More government regulations that kill and maim

by Joseph Farah -- There ought to be the equivalent of a Hippocratic oath for government officials and bureaucrats considering the imposition of new laws and regulations designed to make us safer. more…

The Demo-rats and the Republi-cons

by Joseph Farah -- Well, it looks like Bill Clinton took the Republican congressional leadership to the cleaners, again. Sure, there was lots of bi-partisan backslapping going on last week over the more…

The media's strange new focus

by Joseph Farah -- If you read the establishment press' trade journals, you can appreciate just how lost the news industry is today -- just how badly it has drifted from its more…

The Democrats' Chinese laundry

by Joseph Farah -- Listening to some of the Democratic senators investigating campaign financing abuses is reminiscent of interviews given by the O.J. Simpson jurors. Don't bother them with the evidence. Their more…

What's Clinton cooking up for the family?

by Joseph Farah -- With a stroke of the pen on April 21, President Clinton signed one of those all-too-common "executive orders." It used to be that Congress made the laws in more…

Orwellian double-speak on race

by Joseph Farah -- Our language is so abused, so politicized, so distorted, these days, that it is affecting the ability of many to think clearly. George Orwell understood this phenomenon. He more…

Beware of politicians bearing gifts

by Joseph Farah -- President Eisenhower, upon his retirement, warned of a "military-industrial complex" that threatened fundamental changes in the American power structure and public policy. He was probably right. But, today, more…

Government's mixed smoke signals

by Joseph Farah -- Tobacco's killing us, the government keeps telling us. State and federal negotiators have been working out details of a $368 billion agreement with the major tobacco companies to more…