Fri, Apr 27, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 27, 2001

Christie Todd Whitman has committed some of the Bush administration's biggest gaffes to date -- most infamously, her ill-fated crusade to drastically reduce carbon dioxide emissions at all costs to thwart alleged global warming.

Brent Bozell | April 27, 2001

The impending execution of Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh offers a reminder of how the Clinton era caused a sudden, unexpected outbreak of patriotism. Conservatives, it was said, hated their government, demonized its every action, and undermined its tender public image through perpetual, poisonous protests and radio rants.

Mona Charen | April 27, 2001

There are times when you sense that we are in the realm of "Mustn't Be True."

Oliver North | April 27, 2001

Bill Clinton and Al Gore may be gone, but the leaders of the Democrat Party can still read public opinion polls.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 27, 2001

I stopped by the White House the other day, my first visit since the Bush administration -- the (SET ITAL) first (END ITAL) Bush administration.

John McCaslin | April 27, 2001

It's a good thing for George W. Bush -- and the rest of the nation -- that the Senate has reconvened after its annual Easter recess.

Thu, Apr 26, 2001

Ann Coulter | April 26, 2001

In case you aren't able to read ACLU press releases for yourself, The Associated Press and The New York Times will helpfully restate them for you as important, breaking "news."

Larry Elder | April 26, 2001

Unlike other members of the human species, Republicans neither breathe air, drink water, nor enjoy nature.

Cal Thomas | April 26, 2001

Measuring a new president by his first 100 days is arbitrary and unfair.

Suzanne Fields | April 26, 2001

Who could blame the small group of full-time moms, chatting in a little park near my home the other morning, for giving each other high fives.

Maggie Gallagher | April 26, 2001

On Friday the 13th of April, the Census Bureau, one of the most trusted sources of information in American life, made a colossal boo-boo.

Robert Novak | April 26, 2001

George W. Bush was not only ratifying Bill Clinton's edicts in last week's run-up to Earth Day. Free market activists who consider themselves allies were told to sit down and shut up about the greening of the new president.

George Will | April 26, 2001

``Surtout, Messieurs, point de zele,'' said Talleyrand, expressing the sensibility of conservatism.

Wed, Apr 25, 2001

Michelle Malkin | April 25, 2001

Remember Pauline Kanchanalak? Probably not. But if there were ever a poster girl for the futility of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill, Ms. Kanchanalak is it.

Walter E. Williams | April 25, 2001

Every time there's a school shooting, there are demands for greater gun control measures that range from longer waiting periods and mandated gun locks to stricter licensing and restricted sales.

Jonah Goldberg | April 25, 2001

Here we go again. The families of several Columbine victims are suing some 25 entertainment companies for marketing violent video games, Web sites etc.

David Limbaugh | April 25, 2001

I’m hoping Christie Todd Whitman’s recently expressed ambivalence about drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) is a false alarm.

William F. Buckley | April 25, 2001

If public executions are de facto and in most states de jure outlawed, how is it that this one will be viewed by so many?

Bruce Bartlett | April 25, 2001

Last Saturday, The New York Times reported that Senate Republican leaders hope to add a capital gains provision to the tax bill working its way through Congress.

Kathleen Parker | April 25, 2001

Connecting the dots between two recent federal studies, we might expect the bully problem to be with us for a while.

John McCaslin | April 25, 2001

If you don't think your favorite newspaper columnist or television anchor influences and shape world affairs, think again.

Armstrong Williams | April 25, 2001

Taiwan, a small island off the southeastern coast of China, is a foreign relations time bomb that could potentially envelop the United States and China in armed conflict.

Tue, Apr 24, 2001

Mona Charen | April 24, 2001

The sound of children's voices lifted in song is one of the sweetest on the planet, which is why I always tear up a bit at school performances.

Cal Thomas | April 24, 2001

The "hip hooray and ballyhoo" has returned to Broadway with the stunning opening last week of "The Producers," a musical comedy based on a 33-year-old movie with more shtick and laughs packed into a single show than the old Borscht Belt showcased in a week.

Linda Chavez | April 24, 2001

The war on drugs has claimed two more victims this week: a Baptist missionary and her infant daughter.

Phyllis Schlafly | April 24, 2001

The incident in the China sea has made it clear to those who did not want to admit it that China isn't a strategic partner after all.

Jacob Sullum | April 24, 2001

As if there weren't enough conflict in Israel already, the government is poised to ban smoking from almost all places open to the public.

Bill Murchison | April 24, 2001

Away in the woods can be heard the boom-lay, boom-lay-boom of drums, pounding out laconic warnings.

Jack Kemp | April 24, 2001

Recently the U.S. Senate labored like an elephant on campaign finance reform and gave birth to a McCain-Feingold mouse.

Marvin Olasky | April 24, 2001

China still holds an American airplane, but a divided Bush administration seems hesitant to send Beijing a message by selling Taiwan four destroyers equipped with the Aegis combat system, the U.S. Navy's most sophisticated radar.

Mon, Apr 23, 2001

Suzanne Fields | April 23, 2001

Unwed mothers set a record high for births. (Ho-hum.) For the first time in our history, more than 1.3 million babies came into the world without fathers married to their mothers.

Debra J. Saunders | April 23, 2001

In South Asia, they call it "chicken eyes." Since chickens can't see at night, they tend to hunker in a corner when the sun goes down.

Bruce Bartlett | April 23, 2001

Press reports indicate that there is growing support in Congress to cut the capital gains tax. Even Democrats, like Sens. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Bob Torricelli of New Jersey, are said to be interested in enacting a capital gains tax cut this year.

John Leo | April 23, 2001

The journalism reviews should (but probably won't) rate the news media on their handling of the Cincinnati riots. If they did, a lot of C-minus marks would be handed out.

Robert Novak | April 23, 2001

Mitch Daniels is an old Washington hand but a rookie budget master. His brief tenure running the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) may explain why he is attempting an unprecedented, extremely difficult feat.

William F. Buckley | April 23, 2001

The ACLU rides again, as we are advised by The Wall Street Journal's Jess Bravin, reporting out of Elkhart, Ind.

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.