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Defenders of mass murder
Friday, December 4, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- I coined a term just about a year ago -- 'gender-cide.' I had hoped it would catch on with the popular culture as a way of shorthanding China's barbaric ...
- 11 K - 4 Dec 98

Kenneth Starr's latest betrayal
Thursday, December 3, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- If you are whom you hire, Kenneth Starr has some character problems of his own. For those of us have been Starr-watchers for the last four years, his ...
- 11 K - 3 Dec 98

Meet the National Governors Association
Wednesday, December 2, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- For those of you out there seriously contemplating the notion that the nation's governors represent the last great hope for preserving freedom and ...
- 12 K - 2 Dec 98

Big Brother's latest scheme
Tuesday, December 1, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- In the latest 'public-private partnership,' the federal government is preparing to get every banking institution in the country to spy on the financial ...
- 12 K - 1 Dec 98

Clinton and Quigley
Monday, November 30, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- For those who still cling to the hope that there is a real difference between the two major U.S. political parties, the doomed efforts to impeach ...
- 11 K - 1 Dec 98

The real meaning of Thanksgiving
Thursday, November 26, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- There are many myths and misconceptions surrounding the people responsible for the American Thanksgiving tradition. Contrary to popular opinion, the ...
- 12 K - 26 Nov 98

Thank God for Larry Klayman
Wednesday, November 25, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- Fact: The biggest donor to Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign -- bigger than the teachers union or any political action committee -- was the ...
- 12 K - 25 Nov 98

The forgotten bribery counts
Tuesday, November 24, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- The focus of the impeachment inquiry so far has been limited largely to perjury and obstruction of justice issues -- important, yet, the president's ...
- 13 K - 24 Nov 98

Congress' Red Army Caucus -- part 2
Monday, November 23, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- The Internet has been buzzing for the last week or two with discussions and frantic e-mails of concern about Congress' so-called 'Progressive Caucus.' ...
- 12 K - 23 Nov 98

Kenneth Starr's false dichotomy
Friday, November 20, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- Kenneth Starr was pretty persuasive in his opening remarks to the House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing yesterday -- especially if you didn't ...
- 12 K - 20 Nov 98

Clinton's secret police revisited
Thursday, November 19, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- As the impeachment hearings begin in the House Judiciary Committee, we learn a little bit more about the 'secret police' President Clinton has ...
- 12 K - 19 Nov 98

What they're learning at Columbia
Wednesday, November 18, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- A conservative organization called Accuracy In Academia thought it would be nice to introduce students at New York's Columbia University to some ...
- 12 K - 20 Nov 98

Of mice and men
Tuesday, November 17, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- It's time to award two Marine officers the nation's highest honors. No, I'm not talking about the Congressional Medal of Honor. Frankly, the way ...
- 12 K - 18 Nov 98

13083 and our freedom
Monday, November 16, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- You can certainly understand why President Clinton would try to sneak Executive Order 13083 by Congress and the American people. He nearly did. Until ...
- 12 K - 18 Nov 98

Rise up angry, America
Friday, November 13, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- 'House Speaker-to-be Bob Livingston, R-La, is talking tough about President Clinton's behavior, but privately he has suggested he has little interest in ...
- 12 K - 18 Nov 98

Larry Klayman for speaker of the House
Thursday, November 12, 1998 by Joseph Farah -- At least there's one guy in Washington, D.C., with some guts -- unfortunately, he's not an elected official. I refer to Larry Klayman, chairman of ...
- 12 K - 18 Nov 98

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