Fri, Apr 13, 2001

Brent Bozell | April 13, 2001

Richard Gephardt sounded ridiculous (again) the other day. He called President Bush's full budget proposal "a partisan document rich in ideology and short on balance, fiscal discipline, and common-sense responsibility."

Maggie Gallagher | April 13, 2001

The Netherlands, by a peaceful and democratic process, just gave its doctors a license to kill.

William F. Buckley | April 13, 2001

There was a great event in Pennsylvania two weeks ago, but the background needs detailing.

Thu, Apr 12, 2001

Ann Coulter | April 12, 2001

I'm only disappointed that our servicemen are on their way home before the administration could implement the truly perfect solution. This one should be filed away for future reference.<

Thomas Sowell | April 12, 2001

To crusaders for "campaign finance reform," as with many other political crusaders, the facts simply do not matter. What matters is their vision -- and winning. Facts can be left to others.

Larry Elder | April 12, 2001

The reparations for slavery movement got an airing on a recent "60 Minutes."

Phyllis Schlafly | April 12, 2001

A report just released by the National Research Council concludes that, although federal, state and local governments spent $30 billion in 1999 on illegal drug enforcement and treatment...

George Will | April 12, 2001

What is liberalism's appeal? Surely less its plausibility than the surprises it provides.

Jack Kemp | April 12, 2001

In a week when President George W. Bush's tax cut plan suffered major setbacks in the Senate, 49 leading African-American businessmen and businesswomen, including Bob Johnson of BET, Earl Graves of Black Enterprise magazine and Alice Houston of Automotive Carrier Services, took out an ad in newspapers across America to urge Congress to repeal the "death tax." Ironically, this ad makes the case better than the president's own party has made it.

Robert Novak | April 12, 2001

The deepening congressional addiction to pork, excoriated by John McCain as a presidential candidate last year, was assaulted by George W. Bush as president this week.

Wed, Apr 11, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 11, 2001

Buried in President Bush's liberal-spending, $44.5 billion education budget is a little-noticed proposal to increase funds for special education.

Debra J. Saunders | April 11, 2001

If President Bush's environmental policies are so threatening to global survival, why weren't the same people squawking that the planet was about to boil over when President Clinton was in office?

Linda Chavez | April 11, 2001

If you want to raise the temperature anywhere in Alaska, just mention the debate over drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), as I found out this past week when I visited the state.

Tue, Apr 10, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 10, 2001

A deep-pocketed special interest group remains curiously silent amid the furor over campaign finance "reform": Indian tribes. Why?

Mona Charen | April 10, 2001

We are hearing now, in the shadow of troubles with China, that President George W. Bush is too stupid to handle this delicate situation.

Cal Thomas | April 10, 2001

The report cards keep getting worse. On Friday (April 6), the U.S. Department of Education released the latest test results on how well (or, to be more accurate, how poorly) students in government-run schools read. The results indicate that less than a third of our fourth graders are proficient in reading and the gap between the best and worst readers is widening.

Suzanne Fields | April 10, 2001

Before George W. & Co. arrived in Washington, it was easier to talk about sex and politics than about religion and politics. Like so much else in Washington, that's changed.

Bill Murchison | April 10, 2001

A racial incident, natch. Every incident these days is "racial," or anyway, that dismal impression sinks in: one consequence of prolonged exposure to people who yammer on television.

Jacob Sullum | April 10, 2001

With spring in the air, my thoughts naturally turn to helmets. I don't think I knew anyone who wore a bicycle helmet when I was growing up.

Marvin Olasky | April 10, 2001

This is the pre-Easter week in which normally Christophobic national news magazines make their annual bow to the improbable event believed in by many of their readers.

Mon, Apr 09, 2001

Robert Novak | April 09, 2001

"There was a lot of flinching up here," said a Capitol Hill Republican in describing the reaction by conservatives to President Bush's expression of "regret" over the lost Chinese pilot.

Bruce Bartlett | April 09, 2001

A few weeks ago, a group of white millionaires, most of whom inherited their wealth, placed a small advertisement in The New York Times imploring Congress not to repeal the estate tax.

Sun, Apr 08, 2001

Debra J. Saunders | April 08, 2001

Last month, California state Sen. Don Perata, D-Oakland, told The San Francisco Chronicle he favored a study that would examine retrofitting the Bay Bridge instead of building a proposed eastern span.

Charles Krauthammer | April 08, 2001

David Horowitz, former bomb-thrower of the left and now bomb-thrower of the right, has created a tidy scandal over the question of reparations for African-Americans.