Sat, Nov 11, 2000

David Limbaugh | November 11, 2000

The burden is now on Al Gore and the Democratic Party to prove that they are still capable of putting the nation's interests above their own.

Debra J. Saunders | November 11, 2000

This country is suffering from a surplus of irony and a deficit of shame. And things promise only to get worse until this election is settled.

Robert Novak | November 11, 2000

Even before the election returns were in Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Hagel of Nebraska was sending signals that he might challenge Sen. Trent Lott of Mississippi as Senate Republican leader.

Fri, Nov 10, 2000

Ann Coulter | November 10, 2000

The amazing thing isn't how close it was. The amazing thing is that Al Gore didn't win in a landslide. He's an incumbent with a booming economy during peacetime. On the basis of all historical precedent, Al Gore should have won without breaking a sweat. It should have been a cakewalk.

Michelle Malkin | November 10, 2000

Faster than you can say Court TV, a high-priced flock of Democrat Party lawyers packed their polo shirts and jetted to Florida to investigate claims of election fraud.

Mona Charen | November 10, 2000

For at least six months, we've been saying, "It will all be decided on Nov. 7." As I write, on Nov. 8, the presidential election has not been concluded and the winner remains unknown.

Oliver North | November 10, 2000

Dear President-Elect Bush: Congratulations. It didn't turn out the way any of us expected, but it sure was one exciting election. I have to admit, I called the race wrong; so did you, so did your opponent and so did the pollsters and pundits.

Debra J. Saunders | November 10, 2000

I plan on being gracious in victory. Now all I need is a clear victory. You've read it here first: If George W. Bush wins the race, I won't gloat.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 10, 2000

Er, make that BEIRUT -- This city is full of intrigue ... and corruption. Yet I have been making that last point at least since the Boy President arrived firing all U.S. attorneys and hiring Webb Hubbell, et al.

Thu, Nov 09, 2000

Thomas Sowell | November 09, 2000

Now that the election is over, can we talk sense? "Campaign finance reform" is a great political issue for an election year, but it makes no sense otherwise.

Brent Bozell | November 09, 2000

The TV pundits talked themselves hoarse into the wee hours of the morning playing Monday morning quarterback to see what variables might have altered the election results for each candidate.

Larry Elder | November 09, 2000

Poor Cher. How concerned was singer/actress Cher about the possible election of George W. Bush?

Robert Novak | November 09, 2000

The prospect that at best, George W. Bush will enter the Oval Office as the first president-elect to lose the popular vote since Benjamin Harrison means both parties emerge from the election in deep melancholia.

Wed, Nov 08, 2000

Michelle Malkin | November 08, 2000

What's a four-letter word for spoiled rotten and above the law? "Diva." One of America's self-proclaimed divas, pop star and actress Whitney Houston, demonstrates how celebrity women exploit their fame and gender to escape responsibility for inexcusable conduct.

Walter E. Williams | November 08, 2000

By appearance alone, no one would ever guess that next year I'll celebrate my 65th birthday. Going by this year's presidential campaign promises, simply by surviving 65 years I acquire the right to have my prescription drugs paid by younger Americans.

Brent Bozell | November 08, 2000

If a bio sheet is meant to be a human productivity report, skeptics might question Steve Allen's molecular structure. He created and hosted the "Tonight" show, created and starred in the critically-acclaimed "Steve Allen Comedy Hour," and created and hosted the PBS series, "Meeting of Minds."

David Limbaugh | November 08, 2000

If the election turns out the way I'm anticipating -- Republicans win the presidency and retain both Houses of Congress -- I think two factors will be at work, which will also interact after Nov. 7. So, let's look at the election for purposes of looking beyond it.

Mona Charen | November 08, 2000

As the media buzzed away about George W. Bush's hoary drunk-driving arrest, Al Gore offered three more reasons to run, not walk, to the polls to elect George W.

Linda Chavez | November 08, 2000

Johnnie Cochran is about to play the race card once again. The lawyer who used race so effectively in winning an acquittal for O.J. Simpson, despite overwhelming evidence of his client's guilt, has now jumped on the reparations bandwagon.

Phyllis Schlafly | November 08, 2000

That great national authority on health care and on children, Hillary Rodham Clinton, owes it to her public to give her opinion on two current controversies in New York State. Does she support government-mandated medical treatment of children over the objections of their parents?

John Leo | November 08, 2000

Media-watchers know that there are two main theories about press coverage of presidential campaigns. The cyclical theory holds that reporters tend to blow hot and cold on both candidates, always gang-tackling the one who is ahead and propping up the one behind, thus adding excitement to the race.

Jack Kemp | November 08, 2000

Dear Mr. President-elect: Congratulations on your victory. Here's some friendly advice from a recovering politician on setting priorities for your new administration.

Tue, Nov 07, 2000

Jacob Sullum | November 07, 2000

"Sexuality, Some Drug Use and Brief Violence." It may sound like a low-rent night on the town, but it's actually part of the warning accompanying ads for "Lucky Numbers," the new comedy starring John Travolta and Lisa Kudrow.

Bill Murchison | November 07, 2000

There are tides in the affairs of men, wrote Shakespeare -- back before we knew "men'' to be one of those nasty, anti-women put-downs that modern people are supposed to avoid ... where was I?

Robert Novak | November 07, 2000

George W. Bush was at the top of his form last Friday speaking to unusually boisterous, jam-packed rallies with a sense of victory in the air. But as the long day ended here, the Republican presidential candidate's team seemed rattled by a November surprise, even though it betrayed Democratic weakness.

William F. Buckley | November 07, 2000

"The Exit Interview," as it is headed, has Mr. Clinton answering questions that move in the direction he directs, at a momentum that suits him. It begins, "How has the presidency changed you?" and ends, "Do you agree with those who have said you used up a lot of your political capital to get through the impeachment period?"

Mon, Nov 06, 2000

Ann Coulter | November 06, 2000

Why doesn't Al Gore just commit suicide right now? In a desperate Hail Mary pass to save his inert candidacy, his flacks are wildly spreading rumors about some rather mundane infractions George W. Bush committed decades ago.

Thomas Sowell | November 06, 2000

The story about George W. Bush's minor brush with the law, two dozen years ago, tells more about the people who leaked this to the press, on the eve of the election, than it does about Governor Bush.

David Limbaugh | November 06, 2000

If George Bush wins the election Tuesday -- which I believe he will -- he will have a mandate, regardless of his margin of victory. Why? Because his message has been simple, focused, direct and consistent. Voters know where he stands.

Bruce Bartlett | November 06, 2000

Presidential elections fundamentally are about the future. As fine a job as a candidate may have done in the past, he or she is not likely to win elective office if people have good reason to believe the person will do a poor job in the future.