The politics of race

by Joseph Farah -- Leading up to his trip to Africa, President Clinton has been offering lots of soothing talk about healing, dialogue and reconciliation on the issue of race. But a more…

I believe Paula

by Joseph Farah -- Paula Jones was "shocked" by Judge Susan Webber Wright's ruling yesterday. But she shouldn't have been. Wright telegraphed her partiality for the president in the sexual harassment case more…

The invasion of Linda Tripp's privacy

by Joseph Farah -- I have a confession to make. I figure I better make it now, because it's only a matter of time before the Clinton administration does it for me. more…

For whom the Pentagon bell tolls

by David Hackworth -- The new F-18 Super Hornet fighter looks like a bird, but experts in the know say it sure doesn't fly like one. Many say it's an expensive crash more…

The White House lies

by Joseph Farah -- It was a pretty straightforward document request from the Paula Jones team: "Please produce all documents concerning Kathleen Willey, including but not limited to: all documents concerning any more…

The new assault on guns

by Joseph Farah -- It didn't take long for the family of one of the Jonesboro slaughter victims to plan a lawsuit seeking millions of dollars from the makers of firearms. One more…

Firing the president

by Elizabeth Farah -- The Lewinski, Jones, Willey, Flowers, Zercher, et al scandal has brought to the forefront of Americans' daily lives the discussion of the moral responsibility of our nation's elected more…

The strange death of Jim McDougal

by Geoff Metcalf -- I receive a huge volume of unsolicited material by mail, fax, and email. Much of it is old news and wild scurrilous stuff which can't be corroborated. However, more…

Clinton and the Ten Commandments

by Joseph Farah -- President Clinton has finally found a spiritual adviser who suits him -- one who will whisper sweet nothings in his ear and help spin the press on the more…

America's real No. 1 health threat

by Joseph Farah -- During the State of the Union Message that helped propel Bill Clinton's approval ratings to surreal levels, the president said he would attack what he described as "the more…