Fri, Oct 27, 2000

Thomas Sowell | October 27, 2000

Nobody would put as little thought and effort into buying an automobile as they put into deciding who to elect as President of the United States.

Michelle Malkin | October 27, 2000

Nobody cares about impeachment. The American people have moved on. They will vote on the issues, not on the past.

Mona Charen | October 27, 2000

Imagine that George W. Bush found himself down by between 4 and 10 points in the polls 10 days before the election. Suppose further that a Jewish organization favoring George Bush were to run the following ad:

Oliver North | October 27, 2000

It's a good thing November is almost here. If we have one more "October surprise" from the vaunted Clinton-Gore "National Security team," we might not have a foreign policy left for the next administration to manage.

Thu, Oct 26, 2000

Brent Bozell | October 26, 2000

You can sense the desperation in the Al Gore camp. Liberals in the press are now complaining that THE media somehow hate Gore.

Larry Elder | October 26, 2000

Jay Leno's producer showed the greatest interest in the first chapter, "Blacks Are More Racist Than Whites." This chapter, too, provoked the most interest during my interview with the "American Urban Radio Network" (the same group Sen. Lieberman recently addressed when he professed his admiration for Minister Louis Farrakhan).

David Limbaugh | October 26, 2000

As we approach the election there are a few more questions I wish you would answer for us, Mr. Gore.

Debra J. Saunders | October 26, 2000

With the $9 million ad campaign being waged by its National Voter Fund, the NAACP leaves no doubt that it operates as a de facto arm of the Democratic Party.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 26, 2000

What struck your eye when Independent Counsel Robert Ray reported that Hillary Rodham Clinton, contrary to her vows to the public, played a key role in firing seven White House travel office employees back in 1993 and then gave "factually inaccurate" testimony to government investigators?

Bruce Bartlett | October 26, 2000

On Oct. 19, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP), a union-backed organization affiliated with Citizens for Tax Justice, issued a new study showing that a number of large corporations paid no federal income taxes in at least one year between 1996 and 1998.

Wed, Oct 25, 2000

Michelle Malkin | October 25, 2000

(SET ITAL) "Tipper and Al Gore rooted for their son, Albert, yesterday as his Washington high school football team, the Sidwell Friends Quakers, won its homecoming game. Mr. Gore has attended all of the games this year." (END ITAL)

Bruce Bartlett | October 25, 2000

As the final days of the presidential campaign wind down, experienced Washington hands are starting to turn their attention to the transition. They know that key decisions are made in the days, even hours, after the election is over that often set the tone for an administration for years to come.

William F. Buckley | October 25, 2000

The august Hudson Institute of Indianapolis and Washington, the thinking man's think tank, is wild with activity this week. In Washington, it is celebrating the achievements of the omnitalented Caspar Weinberger.

Robert Novak | October 25, 2000

In their second and final debate Monday, Democratic Rep. Debbie Stabenow zinged Republican Sen. Spencer Abraham's tax cut as "just too liberal for me." He shot back: "I'm flattered ... She's an expert on liberalism."

Tue, Oct 24, 2000

Walter E. Williams | October 24, 2000

Suppose you and I go to a fancy restaurant. Under which scheme would it would be more likely for me to order a $150 bottle of Chateau LaFite Rothschild Bordeaux wine, chateaubriand and a $200 bottle of Chateau d'Yquem to go with our dessert -- if you're paying the bill, or if we each pay for what we order?

Mona Charen | October 24, 2000

It is hard to conceive that a figure of such international stature as Armand Hammer, who died in 1990, could have been as contemptible a swindler as he apparently was, but such is the inescapable conclusion of "Dossier: The Secret History of Armand Hammer" by Edward Jay Epstein.

Debra J. Saunders | October 24, 2000

George W. Bush is now a credible candidate for the White House. He has grown during the campaign. He has demonstrated that he has a vision for America.

Linda Chavez | October 24, 2000

Are American voters just too dumb to choose the best man for president? Al Gore's supporters apparently think so. With George W. Bush now leading in every poll of likely voters, the liberal establishment has come up with an explanation.

Jacob Sullum | October 24, 2000

After he took over the Office of National Drug Control Policy in 1996, Barry McCaffrey announced an end to the war on drugs. Instead of a military commander fighting an enemy, the retired general suggested, he was really more like an oncologist treating cancer.

Bill Murchison | October 24, 2000

We've had a presidential election going on around here for, oh, I'd guess since Noah's ark fetched up on Mt. Ararat, or maybe the Saturday afterward; the first such election of the new millennium.

Robert Novak | October 24, 2000

The tone of the Democratic candidate's answer to the U.S. Catholic Conference's questionnaire, released last Wednesday, was stunning: "Al Gore opposes late-term abortions and the procedure of partial-birth abortions."

Mon, Oct 23, 2000

Ann Coulter | October 23, 2000

Since Vice President Al Gore is constantly making things up, it should come as no surprise that he wants Supreme Court justices who will do the same. As Gore put it, he will appoint judges who view the Constitution as a "document that grows." Democrats actually look for judges who will fib.

Debra J. Saunders | October 23, 2000

What does it tell you when California is running a budget surplus of $12.3 billion, yet state politicians and educrats are trying to make it easier to raise property taxes?

Robert Novak | October 23, 2000

The decision by George W. Bush's high command to spend $8 million in California during the presidential campaign's final stage followed weeks of lobbying by his leaders in the state.

John Leo | October 23, 2000

Are you excited about the Subway Series between the Mets and the Yankees? No, of course you aren't.

Bruce Bartlett | October 23, 2000

The question of how to tax the rich continues to be a major issue in the presidential campaign. Under George W. Bush's tax plan, the top income tax rate would fall from 39.6 percent to 33 percent.

William F. Buckley | October 23, 2000

The great banquet at the Waldorf Astoria was the 55th in honor of Al Smith. "Your great-grandfather," Al Gore twitted the master of ceremonies, Al Smith IV, "was my favorite kind of governor: the kind who ran for president and lost."