Sun, May 06, 2001

Michael Barone | May 06, 2001

As fighting rages in Fallujah and Najaf, and as John Kerry explains that he threw his ribbons but not his medals over the wall in 1971, other things are happening that will shape the world and America's place in it for years to come.

David Limbaugh | May 06, 2001

When it comes to malicious partisanship Senator Tom Daschle knows no bounds.

Debra J. Saunders | May 06, 2001

In Edu-Land, nothing sinks curriculum as quickly as success.

John Leo | May 06, 2001

A spate of amazingly foolish exhibitions at American art museums is raising a grave question: Are these museums determined to conduct their own meltdown?<

Kathleen Parker | May 06, 2001

Male-bashing, long a popular pastime among divorcees (cq) and other victims of testosterone exposure, may take on literal tones in Wisconsin.

Charles Krauthammer | May 06, 2001

On Tuesday, President Bush proposed a revolution in American nuclear strategy. He did not just promise a missile defense for the United States.

George Will | May 06, 2001

Children, according to one ebullient marketer, are ``born to be consumers,'' they are ``consumer cadets'' in whom ``the consumer embryo begins to develop in the first year of existence.''

Robert Novak | May 06, 2001

President Bush has privately informed conservative Republicans in Congress that he welcomes passage of a bloated supplemental appropriations bill, because it would give him a chance to exercise an important veto.

William F. Buckley | May 06, 2001

Sen. Tom Daschle, D-S.D., is competing for king-of-the-walk hyperbole. His opposition to permitting Social Security participants to deploy their savings elsewhere than in government IOUs took the form of: "Would Mr. and Mrs.

Fri, May 04, 2001

Michelle Malkin | May 04, 2001

President Bush posed for pictures this week with a group of politically active teenagers.

Brent Bozell | May 04, 2001

Twenty years ago, professional wrestling in the United States consisted only of regional, state and local enterprises.

Jonah Goldberg | May 04, 2001

As you may have heard, but cared very little about, there's a major battle taking place in Hollywood between the WGA, the Writer's Guild of America, and the AMPTP, which stands for the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers and not, as you might have assumed, the Asinine Moguls and Pretentiously Touchy Prima Donnas.

Mona Charen | May 04, 2001

An anonymous teacher in Layton, Utah, has caused an uproar by writing a letter to the editor of the high-school newspaper complaining, "Girls are dressing like hookers, and then they wonder why they are being sexually harassed."

Oliver North | May 04, 2001

Emerson Smith, the U.S. Naval Academy's legendary boxing coach, used to admonish my fellow pugilists and me that "the best defense is a good offense."

George Will | May 04, 2001

When Harry Wright, star of the Cincinnati Red Stockings and then the Boston Red Stockings, pioneers of professional baseball, died in 1895, a floral arrangement at his funeral spelled out ``Safe at Home.''

John McCaslin | May 04, 2001

William Bennett, former education secretary and drug czar, is the name we hear to become the next presidentially appointed chairman of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.

Thu, May 03, 2001

Ann Coulter | May 03, 2001

"Those moral differences are for all Vermonters to wrestle with in the privacy of their spiritual domain."

That's good writing.

Thomas Sowell | May 03, 2001

It was only a passing news item when the financial information service Standard & Poor's lowered the rating it gave to bonds issued by the state of California.

Larry Elder | May 03, 2001

"Can I please have some more arsenic in my water, Mommy? More salmonella in my cheeseburger, please."

Jonah Goldberg | May 03, 2001

On Tuesday of last week, the Associated Press broke a major story: "Scientists Say Men, Women Not Alike."

Cal Thomas | May 03, 2001

It's always been a mystery as to why the Left so viscerally opposes a missile defense system.

Suzanne Fields | May 03, 2001

Nothing so defines a society and a civilization like the distinctions it makes in matters of life and death.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 03, 2001

Who stands with me in being amazed once again by the public discourse? The soul searching over former Sen. Bob Kerrey is what I have in mind.

Maggie Gallagher | May 03, 2001

The announcement this week that the archdiocese of New York is closing three Catholic elementary schools, one each in Manhattan, Dutchess and Ulster County, hit hard.

Ross Mackenzie | May 03, 2001

Jesse Jackson's grade-B performance over the past several months has highlighted several issues in ways he never intended.

Kathleen Parker | May 03, 2001

Here at breast-watch headquarters, we can't help observing that mammary glands still are wreaking havoc with men, especially among the newest victim class - alienated fathers.

Robert Novak | May 03, 2001

When New Hampshire's prominent Republicans gathered here last Friday for former Gov. Meldrim Thomson's memorial services, one question was asked repeatedly behind the scenes: Will two-term Sen.

Wed, May 02, 2001

Michelle Malkin | May 02, 2001

Here are some of the racial epithets I've been called in my lifetime: Chink. Gook. Jap. Nigger. Slant eyes. Dog-eater. Those are just the printable ones.

Walter E. Williams | May 02, 2001

If we had to single out one American institution that stands at the forefront of modern-day racial discrimination, deception and contempt for fundamental principles of liberty, it would be America's universities.

Brent Bozell | May 02, 2001

Dick Gephardt and Tom Daschle built a little set for TV the other day to announce their utterly unsurprising verdict on President Bush's first 100 days.

David Limbaugh | May 02, 2001

I think it’s time for President Bush to reframe his education package. He should make school choice the centerpiece, rather than the perceived throwaway item of his plan.

Debra J. Saunders | May 02, 2001

By now, you know the drill. A story comes out that stains the reputation of a political figure. Pundits call for an investigation.

Bruce Bartlett | May 02, 2001

Congress's Joint Committee on Taxation has just released a massive new study of tax simplification.

Armstrong Williams | May 02, 2001

Charlie Ward, star point guard for the New York Knicks and recent recipient of the NBA's outstanding community service award, was chastised by NBA commissioner David Stern last week as an "intolerant and divisive" zealot.

John Leo | May 02, 2001

No journalist is better than Mickey Kaus at cutting quickly to the heart of an issue.

William F. Buckley | May 02, 2001

Invitations can be tricky, as President Bush most keenly discovered on Monday when he invited the whole legislative gang to lunch and was greeted by only 193.

Tue, May 01, 2001

Mona Charen | May 01, 2001

One wonders whether the journalists pepper-spraying former Sen. Bob Kerrey about his conduct on a moonless night in Vietnam 32 years ago have ever faced anything more harrowing than air turbulence between New York and Washington.

Debra J. Saunders | May 01, 2001

"Have you had any sleep?" That's the question reporters who have witnessed executions asked me after I witnessed the lethal injection of double-killer Robert Lee Massie in March.

Linda Chavez | May 01, 2001

By the age of 20, four out of every 10 young women in the United States will become pregnant at least once.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 01, 2001

The advocates of "it takes a village to raise a child" are having a rough month.

Bill Murchison | May 01, 2001

No pardon, then, for Timothy McVeigh, the White House having -- with some regret for the circumstances, I'm sure -- refused Pope John Paul II's request to spare the mad bomber's life.

Jacob Sullum | May 01, 2001

How many Peruvians does it take to kill a baby? About four, apparently, if they have a fighter jet and the help of a U.S. surveillance plane.

Jack Kemp | May 01, 2001

President George W. Bush says unequivocally, "Racial profiling is wrong and we will end it in America."

Robert Novak | May 01, 2001

George W. Bush had been in the Oval Office for six weeks when noxious leftovers from the previous administration belatedly landed on his desk.

Marvin Olasky | May 01, 2001

Conservatives are rightfully concerned about government grants corrupting religious organizations -- but we need to think about offense, not only defense.

Bruce Bartlett | May 01, 2001

Like many conservatives, I have become increasingly impressed with the Bush administration's sophistication in pressing conservative reforms.