Sun, Apr 22, 2001

David Limbaugh | April 22, 2001

Can someone please explain to me what is meant by this fantastic notion that the United States is not in a Cold War with the Red Chinese?

George Will | April 22, 2001

God, a wit warns, is going to come down and pull civilization over for speeding. The stock market has done that to America's economy.

Fri, Apr 20, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 20, 2001

If environmental regulators get their way, small businessman John Thoburn will spend this Earth Day weekend in jail. The northern Virginia father of three has already been behind bars for more than two months, including a stint in solitary confinement.

Brent Bozell | April 20, 2001

Somewhere in Harlem (if he's finally shown up for work) or in India (if he's still riding elephants), Bill Clinton is having a great belly laugh right now.

Jonah Goldberg | April 20, 2001

Most people outside the Beltway don't realize that their nation's capital is in a constant state of rage that it isn't, well, a state.

Mona Charen | April 20, 2001

The Bush administration has been so sure-footed in so many areas that it's a shame to notice an exception. But the pronouncements issuing from the State Department are so familiar that it almost seems as if the Clinton folks were still in charge at Foggy Bottom.

Cal Thomas | April 20, 2001

President Bush takes getting used to. Following a gregarious and seemingly omnipresent Bill Clinton, George W. Bush presents himself publicly only when he thinks it's necessary.

Oliver North | April 20, 2001

Washington, D.C. -- The April 1 collision between a People's Liberation Air Force F-8 fighter and a U.S. Navy EP-3 over the South China Sea has revealed a striking military weakness.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 20, 2001

Oh weary topic; oh dismal science; oh 'tis springtime and the Washington insiders are absorbed with economics, or at least with the federal budget.

Kathleen Parker | April 20, 2001

I hadn't intended to save the world just yet, but my weekend is free so here goes. Having pondered the many problems plaguing America - from teen delinquency to pregnancy and drug abuse to, well, urban sprawl - I've finally figured out a single solution that will solve most of them.

John McCaslin | April 20, 2001

Dillon Reio is just 8, but the Bowie, Md., hockey player, instead of asking for George W. Bush's autograph, had enough confidence to send his own autographed photo to the president.

Charles Krauthammer | April 20, 2001

Not many secretaries of state are immortalized with an eponymous doctrine even before they become secretary of state. But when Colin Powell was General Powell he enunciated the rule that the key to success in any military conflict was the use of overwhelming force.

Thu, Apr 19, 2001

Ann Coulter | April 19, 2001

People say there are a lot of kooks on the Internet, but I don't know. The anti-abortion Web site Nuremberg Files is an excellent concept. It provides a list of abortionists in anticipation of "the day when these people will be charged in PERFECTLY LEGAL COURTS once the tide of this nation's opinion turns against the wanton slaughter of God's children (as it surely will)."

Thomas Sowell | April 19, 2001

The latest political alarm is about arsenic in our drinking water. Yes, Virginia, there is now, has been in the past, and may forever in the future be arsenic in our drinking water.

Larry Elder | April 19, 2001

The shooting of a 19-year-old black, unarmed man by a Cincinnati police officer brings the number to 15 -- 15 black males killed by the Cincinnati police since 1995.

Suzanne Fields | April 19, 2001

Not so long ago Chicago was a man's town of booze and blues, wicked and tough, the palaces on the prairie that made up what Carl Sandburg called "The City of Big Shoulders." Men wore hand-painted ties, wide-brimmed hats and swaggered through the speakeasies with molls on their arms and big guns in their belts.

Maggie Gallagher | April 19, 2001

When a felon attacks a pregnant woman and kills or injures her unborn baby, has he hurt one victim or two?

Armstrong Williams | April 19, 2001

It is no coincidence that the great presidents of the last 50 years have also been great demagogues.

Kathleen Parker | April 19, 2001

President Bush's new family initiatives, which promote such antiquated notions as marriage and fatherhood, have the Rad Fems in high dudgeon, charging that the seedpods now occupying the White House are fundamentally sexist.

William F. Buckley | April 19, 2001

The moment is not far away when we will face what is most conveniently referred to as the Taiwan Question. The tense fortnight following the EP-3 incident taught us nothing conclusive, but demonstrated once again the profound nationalistic mood of the people of China.

George Will | April 19, 2001

It is former Sen. Eugene McCarthy's axiom: Anything said three times in Washington becomes a fact. So it now is a fact, universally attested and detested, that racial profiling is a widespread police tactic.

Robert Novak | April 19, 2001

Sen. Don Nickles, the assistant majority leader, on Feb. 6 wrote Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill requesting a reversal of Clinton administration support for a global offensive against "harmful tax competition." The answer, some two months later, was less than reassuring.

Ross Mackenzie | April 19, 2001

Easter brought to television the pilot of the Navy P-3 still on Hainan Island. Big, broad Lt. Shane Osborn, the Cornhusker who found The Force just in time to muscle the gyrating plane gently onto the deck, is a revivifying dream who found the right words, too:

Wed, Apr 18, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 18, 2001

Have you read the comics lately? They're not your father's funny pages, anymore. The superheroes and silly creatures of old have taken a back seat to more politically correct characters.

Brent Bozell | April 18, 2001

In spring, a modern teenage girl's fancy turns to thoughts of ... actually, she may not have time for reveries after all.

Jonah Goldberg | April 18, 2001

If Bill Clinton were still president, he'd be in Cincinnati this week, biting his lip, getting misty, making up stories about how much the Cincinnati riots of the 1960s changed his life.

Cal Thomas | April 18, 2001

Something terrible happened in The Netherlands last week that will have profound consequences around the world.

Armstrong Williams | April 18, 2001

By the time a child is in school, he will have received countless sexual impressions from observing the customary interactions of his peers and parents.

John McCaslin | April 18, 2001

The big question, as we look forward to this autumn's publication of the "Green Book," the Social List of Washington, D.C., for 2002, is whether former President and Mrs. Clinton's names will be erased for garnering "notoriously bad press."

John Leo | April 18, 2001

Ah, America, a never-ending carnival. In Washington, D.C., police pounced on a l2-year-old girl and led her off in handcuffs for eating a french fry on the Metro.

Bruce Bartlett | April 18, 2001

A few days ago, The New York Times rediscovered supply-side economics. Every few years, either it or the Wall Street Journal does a piece about the revival of supply-side economics.

Tue, Apr 17, 2001

Mona Charen | April 17, 2001

Before analyzing our relations with China, tribute must be paid to two men who let their actions speak louder than words.

Oliver North | April 17, 2001

Before it could be determined whether they were "detainees" or "hostages," the "Hainan 24" came home for Easter. Their jubilant families rejoiced.

Linda Chavez | April 17, 2001

The Chinese military inadvertently did us a big favor when they decided to harass American spy planes flying over international waters off the coast of China.

Jacob Sullum | April 17, 2001

When we move from the Bronx to Northern Virginia this summer, we'll miss New York's creative diversity. Especially the beggars.

Bill Murchison | April 17, 2001

Wait a minute. Dick Cheney earned $36,086,635 last year? But wait an additional minute.

Marvin Olasky | April 17, 2001

Joseph Pulitzer's 15 minutes of annual fame arrived Monday afternoon.

Mon, Apr 16, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 16, 2001

Cincinnati is burning. Does anyone care?

Jonah Goldberg | April 16, 2001

Let me say a word or two in defense of PETA, a group under increasing assault these days.

Cal Thomas | April 16, 2001

During the presidential campaign, George W. Bush said that only in Washington would a reduction in the rate of spending increases be considered a "cut."

Emmett Tyrrell | April 16, 2001

Ah, that international sticky wicket, referred to last week as America's "national humiliation" by Washington journalist and statesman Winston Spencer Kristol, is over. Not a shot was fired.

Bruce Bartlett | April 16, 2001

ne of the things that has puzzled me for a long time is why people aren't more upset by the high level of taxes they pay, the gross unfairness of the tax system and its mind-numbing complexity.

John McCaslin | April 16, 2001

The Week In Politics

Robert Novak | April 16, 2001

On Monday evening, April 9, as negotiations to release the American air crew appeared to be deadlocked, diplomats at the Chinese embassy in Washington were singing a happy tune about their country's relations with the United States.

William F. Buckley | April 16, 2001

Scene: 1960, Army War College, Carlisle, Penn. Off-the-record speaker, Allen Dulles, director of the Central Intelligence Agency.

John Leo | April 16, 2001

For nearly 18 months now, the news media have been trying to brush off complaints about their non-coverage of the Jesse Dirkhising murder, but the issue won't go away.