Fri, Jul 28, 2000

Thomas Sowell | July 28, 2000

Bill Clinton says that the budget surplus cannot be used to reduce taxes because it would "cost" too much. Just what does that mean?

Michelle Malkin | July 28, 2000

Barbara Walters thinks she deserves a pat on her silk-bloused back. Did she save a life? Expose some injustice? Take a lonely stand for truth or faith or freedom?

Brent Bozell | July 28, 2000

In a recent on-line discussion, Washington Post media reporter Howard Kurtz acknowledged that the national media present a liberal media bias on abortion, homosexuality, and religion.

Larry Elder | July 28, 2000

Poor Dr. Laura. On her radio program, Dr. Laura called homosexuals "biological errors" and homosexuality "deviant." Now her upcoming television show, distributed by Paramount, stands in the cross hairs of a group of gay activists and their supporters.

Mona Charen | July 28, 2000

Every four years, the mainstream press pounces on the Republican nominee, challenging him to retreat from the abortion plank of the Republican platform. The pro-life position is always treated as a terrible political liability.

Oliver North | July 28, 2000

If the GOP was a person, it would have to be committed for psychiatric treatment. For card-carrying, practicing Republicans, some days are so difficult you have to remind yourself that you really aren't self destructive -- you're just a Republican.

Debra J. Saunders | July 28, 2000

Al Gore finally has gotten a break. It's not that George W. Bush's pick for running mate isn't qualified. Dick Cheney most certainly is.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 28, 2000

I am told that there is a move afoot in Congress to make hypocrisy the national flower. Some of you will object that hypocrisy is not a flower. Doubtless there are those in Congress who would respond that it all depends on the meaning of the word "flower."

Jacob Sullum | July 28, 2000

It has frequently been observed that some people are eager to believe the worst about the federal government's actions at the Mount Carmel Center outside Waco, Texas, in 1993.

Bruce Bartlett | July 28, 2000

One of the most important developments of the modern presidency is the growth of presidential lawmaking by executive order.

Thu, Jul 27, 2000

Brent Bozell | July 27, 2000

There are some interesting developments regarding the most disgusting program in the history of broadcast television, UPN's "WWF Smackdown!"

Robert Novak | July 27, 2000

The intended shock value of Dick Cheney's selection as vice presidential nominee, germinating in George W. Bush's mind for some three weeks, was spoiled by a constitutional quirk.

Wed, Jul 26, 2000

Michelle Malkin | July 26, 2000

It seems that some top executives at General Motors Corp. prefer social engineering to mechanical engineering.

Walter E. Williams | July 26, 2000

Listening to how English is spoken nowadays is one more indicator of our decline in values and standards.

David Limbaugh | July 26, 2000

Some of you may not believe me, but I used to think the National Rifle Association occasionally -- just occasionally -- exhibited a tinge -- just a tinge -- of extremism and stridency.

Debra J. Saunders | July 26, 2000

Earlier this month, when President Clinton commuted the sentences of five federal drug offenders, spokesman Jake Siewert told the Associated Press, "The president felt they had served a disproportionate amount of time.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 26, 2000

The federal antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft has illustrated the evil of monopolies and the tactics that monopolists use to maintain their power.

Maggie Gallagher | July 26, 2000

The thing I like about Ronnie Fatato is, he doesn't fake it. "This isn't Russia!" he barks to The New York Times reporter who is investigating his latest rent hikes in the 12 unregulated apartments he owns.

William F. Buckley | July 26, 2000

The last vice president struck by lightning was Lyndon Johnson, before that Harry Truman, before that Calvin Coolidge and Teddy Roosevelt.

Bruce Bartlett | July 26, 2000

On July 14, a Florida jury levied a $145 billion punitive damage penalty on the tobacco companies for injuries caused by cigarettes.

Tue, Jul 25, 2000

Ann Coulter | July 25, 2000

You don't realize what a gift President Clinton has until observing Al Gore.

Mona Charen | July 25, 2000

Last Friday, I became a statistic -- one of the thousands of Americans involved in a serious auto accident.

Linda Chavez | July 25, 2000

With the Republican convention just days away and the Democratic convention following in mid-August, no single issue or group of issues has yet defined this election.

Bill Murchison | July 25, 2000

Unless I'm mistaken -- always an ample possibility -- there was once a time when religious questions didn't center on sex.

William F. Buckley | July 25, 2000

The most appealing aspect of the argument over the estate tax is that some of the legislators who oppose it are actually saying that they think it wrong.

John Leo | July 25, 2000

A famous televison newswoman told this joke last month at a fund-raising dinner for a women's college: A woman needed a brain transplant.

Mon, Jul 24, 2000

Thomas Sowell | July 24, 2000

There have been many complaints about the amount of advertising that bombards us every day. However, one of the most massive bombardments of advertising is seldom complained about, because it isn't even recognized as advertising.

Robert Novak | July 24, 2000

Going into next week's national convention in Philadelphia, George W. Bush is more firmly in control of the Republican Party than any of its presidential nominees over the past half-century.

Bruce Bartlett | July 24, 2000

In its desperation to head-off Republican tax cuts, the Clinton administration has taken to playing games with numbers.

Sun, Jul 23, 2000

Debra J. Saunders | July 23, 2000

On the surface, the foreign policy positions of Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush seem pretty much the same. Both candidates support admitting China into the World Trade Organization.