Sun, May 13, 2001

David Limbaugh | May 13, 2001

How dare Ted Olson thwart Al Gore’s attempted coup of the presidency? Well, for some Democrats, it’s now payback time.

Robert Novak | May 13, 2001

Republicans in Congress, particularly members of the California delegation, privately accuse Vice President Dick Cheney's energy task force of providing no cover from constituents' anger over soaring energy prices.

John Leo | May 13, 2001

Now we have a big national study on bullying, and the problem with it is right there in the first paragraph: Bullying behavior may be "verbal (e.g., name-calling, threats), physical (e.g., hitting) or psychological (e.g., rumors, shunning-exclusion)."

George Will | May 13, 2001

Given ancient traditions, and contemporary resentments of America's global ascendancy, it is fanciful to think that the priest who lives here, hard by Lake Michigan, might one day be summoned to the west bank of the Tiber River to hold the world's oldest office.

William F. Buckley | May 13, 2001

Most journeymen I know who are in the business, myself included, wince at comprehensive references to "the press." This is so in part because editors, reporters, columnists and researchers have their own opinions about public people and public events and are annoyed by collective generalizations. Everyone craves singularity.<

Fri, May 11, 2001

Michelle Malkin | May 11, 2001

Wake up. Play patty-cake and peek-a-boo. Clang pots and pans. Stand up in the high chair.

Brent Bozell | May 11, 2001

Most people are looking forward to the summer months -- hitting the health clubs to get fit, buying the suntan lotion, booking the beach vacations -- and so are the major media.

Jonah Goldberg | May 11, 2001

Liberals used to say, "The United States is the only country in the world in which a white woman can give birth to a black baby, but a black woman cannot give birth to a white baby."

Mona Charen | May 11, 2001

For the second time in one year, Florida is trying a child as an adult.

Oliver North | May 11, 2001

Your mother told you not to hang around with bad people. Mothers say things like, "You're known by the company you keep." Mothers everywhere are famous for admonishing, "Don't hang around with the wrong people."

John McCaslin | May 11, 2001

"Yet today we enforce a no-fly zone over Iraq . . . putting American men and women in danger . . . so we can continue to get oil from one person who is an enemy," says the chairman.

Thu, May 10, 2001

Ann Coulter | May 10, 2001

The New York Times has demanded that Senate Democrats block Bush's "judicial ideologues," whom, the Times predicts, will compare unfavorably to "Clinton's centrist judicial choices."

Thomas Sowell | May 10, 2001

Recent fluctuations in the stock market have been used by some liberal politicians as a reason why Social Security should not be privatized.

Brent Bozell | May 10, 2001

At this writing, we're almost halfway through another television sweeps period, a time when the industry puts forth its best programming, which is to say the programming it believes will draw the most viewers.

Larry Elder | May 10, 2001

Director Spike Lee calls racism America's "No. 1 problem." So he makes a film called "Bamboozled," which argues that white network executives intentionally put on the worst images of blacks.

Cal Thomas | May 10, 2001

"Like most psychiatrists," Spitzer says, "I thought homosexual behavior could only be resisted, and that no one could really change their sexual orientation. I now believe that to be false. Some people can and do change."

Suzanne Fields | May 10, 2001

The Supreme Court decision mandating the desegregation of the public schools is almost 50 years old.

Maggie Gallagher | May 10, 2001

Dr. Robert L. Spitzer is a brave man.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 10, 2001

The gruesome carnival that is Timothy McVeigh at sundown was going to pass without comment by me. He and his horrid crime are best contemplated without the buzz of contemporary punditry.

George Will | May 10, 2001

By the logic of some commentators hostile to President Bush's determination to deploy defenses against ballistic missiles, the government should stop trying to develop an AIDS vaccine.

John McCaslin | May 10, 2001

Since the 2000 presidential election, interest groups have plastered the airwaves with tens of millions of dollars in new political ads.

Kathleen Parker | May 10, 2001

Thirty-two years ago, in February 1969, I was a senior in high school. My brother had just returned from Vietnam.

Robert Novak | May 10, 2001

As President Bush's legal aides weeks ago began preparing his first judicial selections, they assumed the widely admired Rep. Christopher Cox would be included.

Wed, May 09, 2001

Michelle Malkin | May 09, 2001

If you thought ethnic pandering disappeared from the White House with the silverware and the Clintons, think again.

Walter E. Williams | May 09, 2001

Former U.S. Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan gave us the phrase "defining deviancy down" to describe how we've switched from moral absolutes to situational morality.

Jonah Goldberg | May 09, 2001

Let me tell you a story about my days at the Rodeph Sholom Day School.

David Limbaugh | May 09, 2001

What kind of international organization expels a member nation because it insists that the body live up to the principles outlined in its charter? Answer: The United Nations Human Rights Commission.

Debra J. Saunders | May 09, 2001

Two conflicting liberal voices clash when it comes to school testing.

Armstrong Williams | May 09, 2001

Last year, on the final day of school, 13-year-old Nathaniel Brazil stalked through the halls of his Florida high school and discharged a gun into the face of his seventh-grade English teacher, Barry Grunlow.

William F. Buckley | May 09, 2001

The dirty play in the United Nations suggests several questions and brings up memories.

Tue, May 08, 2001

Cal Thomas | May 08, 2001

Too bad the Hollywood writers didn't strike.

Suzanne Fields | May 08, 2001

Education, like everything else at the mercy of Congress, gets shot full of holes in the crossfire of politics, the target of both left and right.

Debra J. Saunders | May 08, 2001

What is the legacy of Willie Brown? He entered politics with exceptional brains, brass and appetite, yet he struts through his last term as mayor with little to show for it.

Bill Murchison | May 08, 2001

Well, you see, "(W)e won that election,'' which, according to Democratic national chairman Terry McAuliffe, explains the "anger overall'' that Democrats bring to the next year's election...

Jacob Sullum | May 08, 2001

In 1988, when he was the police chief of Snohomish, Wash., Patrick Murphy came to the aid of a bus driver who was being assaulted by a passenger.

Frank Gaffney | May 08, 2001

It was one of the more memorable examples of the phenomenon of "damning with faint praise."

Marvin Olasky | May 08, 2001

Good cause? Maybe. Heroes? No way.

Mon, May 07, 2001

Suzanne Fields | May 07, 2001

Education, like everything else at the mercy of Congress, gets shot full of holes in the crossfire of politics, the target of both left and right.

Bruce Bartlett | May 07, 2001

Everyone knows the story about the frog. Drop him into a pot of boiling water and he will jump right out again, relatively unscathed.

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.

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.

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.''

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.