Sun, Jun 24, 2001

George Will | June 24, 2001

From an early age John Adams longed to ``shine'' on the public stage, but ``popularity was never my mistress, nor was I ever, or shall I ever be a popular man.''

Sat, Jun 23, 2001

David Limbaugh | June 23, 2001

It is becoming increasingly clear that conservative fears that the recent power shift in the Senate would have profound consequences, especially in judicial appointments, were well-founded.

George Will | June 23, 2001

From an early age John Adams longed to ``shine'' on the public stage, but ``popularity was never my mistress, nor was I ever, or shall I ever be a popular man.''

Robert Novak | June 23, 2001

Senior Bush administration officials are grumbling that Virginia Gov. James Gilmore's absentee chairmanship of the Republican National Committee has been a failure and suggest he should either be subordinated or replaced.

Fri, Jun 22, 2001

Michelle Malkin | June 22, 2001

A 4-year-old boy died last weekend at the Malibu home of rock star Tommy Lee.

Larry Elder | June 22, 2001

Don't say price controls. Call it price mitigation. Call it price-hike avoidance mechanisms. Anything but price controls.

Jonah Goldberg | June 22, 2001

I'm a big believer that some people are "asking for trouble." When stunt skydivers die, I admit, I feel less sorrow than when kids get hurt in a car accident.

Mona Charen | June 22, 2001

The reparations question will not go away. Black congressional leaders are criticizing the Bush administration for not taking a larger role in the upcoming World Conference Against Racism, which will take up the question of reparations.

Oliver North | June 22, 2001

One year ago this week, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) narrowly won an important battle in the U.S. Supreme Court.

John McCaslin | June 22, 2001

"Splash," a Portuguese water dog belonging to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, is making quite the splash on Capitol Hill, where the curly-haired pooch is granted greater access to the hallowed halls of Congress than the Massachusetts Democrat's own constituents.

Thu, Jun 21, 2001

Ann Coulter | June 21, 2001

So now it turns out that Thomas Jefferson was having sex with Sally Hemings while serving in the 101st Airborne during the Vietnam War.

Thomas Sowell | June 21, 2001

A new political dogma is being spun in the media. "Science," they say, has now "proved" that global warming is a real danger and that human beings are responsible for it, so that we need to take drastic steps to reduce greenhouse gases.

Brent Bozell | June 21, 2001

Two news stories on consecutive days last week tell us where popular culture is heading. Hint: It's not a pretty sight.

Cal Thomas | June 21, 2001

The accommodating, poll-driven, can't-we-all-get-along Republicans are getting nervous in New Jersey.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 21, 2001

Fashionable Washington is sempiternally in a stew over our carefree and debonair president, George W. Bush.

Bruce Bartlett | June 21, 2001

In the near future, investors are going to start to hear a great deal more about depreciation.

George Will | June 21, 2001

Last spring NBC concocted XFL football, promising more violence on the field and more cheerleaders' breasts on the sidelines than the NFL provides. The league drew a big audience for the first telecast, but the ratings began to plunge by the third quarter, and the league died after one season.

Ross Mackenzie | June 21, 2001

President Bush's decision to halt military training exercises on Vieques within two years marks his most serious capitulation to politics and the loud left, and suggests worse things to come for a military seemingly beset on all sides.

Robert Novak | June 21, 2001

Sen. Zell Miller of Georgia, at age 69, is not about to leave the Democratic Party and probably never will.

Wed, Jun 20, 2001

Michelle Malkin | June 20, 2001

Who is Mark Jimenez? More importantly: (SET ITAL) Where (END ITAL) is Mark Jimenez? And why doesn't anyone in Washington care?

Walter E. Williams | June 20, 2001

I buy more from my grocer than he buys from me. I buy more from my auto dealer than he buys from me.

Jonah Goldberg | June 20, 2001

Sometimes the fastest way to fix a problem is to ignore it.

David Limbaugh | June 20, 2001

I often marvel at the leaps of faith required to allow one to believe that the miracle of human life, let alone the wonders of the physical universe, just spontaneously evolved from nothingness. I’ve always believed that it would take far more faith not to believe that God created man and the universe than to believe that He did.

Cal Thomas | June 20, 2001

Describing the limited objective of President Bush's first official visit to Europe, Chief of Staff Andrew Card said it was to explode the myth that Bush is a go-it-alone cowboy not quite up to the job.

Phyllis Schlafly | June 20, 2001

They call it "the democracy predicament." The problem is that the politicians who prattle incessantly about democracy are not willing to accept the voters' democratic decisions.

Maggie Gallagher | June 20, 2001

-->"What's a girl supposed to do?" asked Brielle, an articulate 28-year-old woman, who wondered as she read my column on deliberate fatherlessness just how out of it a 40-year-old married mom could be.

William F. Buckley | June 20, 2001

I tend to lose my cell phone and so noticed a display ad for khaki pants with a compartment just below the right knee that is perfect for keeping electronic equipment, and that led me to Abercrombie & Fitch.

Jack Kemp | June 20, 2001

President Bush has rejected the Kyoto Protocol on Global Climate Change because it demands risky and unwarranted Draconian action on the basis of uncertain and contradictory scientific evidence.

Marvin Olasky | June 20, 2001

One journalism newsletter complained recently that reporters have over-quoted me during this year's debate about President Bush's faith-based initiative. I agree.

Kathleen Parker | June 20, 2001

I rarely open fund-raising mail. So many requests; so little money. But the name Jane Roe in the upper left-hand corner caught my eye.

George Will | June 20, 2001

Last spring NBC concocted XFL football, promising more violence on the field and more cheerleaders' breasts on the sidelines than the NFL provides. The league drew a big audience for the first telecast, but the ratings began to plunge by the third quarter, and the league died after one season.

John McCaslin | June 20, 2001

'I think I'm going to call Al Gore and see where he buys his earth tones so I have something to wear this summer'

Tue, Jun 19, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | June 19, 2001

If I really, really want to, I can kill you.

Cal Thomas | June 19, 2001

Since the execution of Timothy McVeigh and preceding the scheduled execution of another condemned federal prisoner on Tuesday (June 19), Attorney General John Ashcroft says he has no doubts about the efficacy of the death penalty or the guilt of those sentenced to receive it.

Suzanne Fields | June 19, 2001

The Patients' Bill of Rights could be called the Patients' Right to Sue, since that's what Congress is arguing about.

Jacob Sullum | June 19, 2001

It used to be said that Social Security was the "third rail" of American politics: If you touched it, you were dead.

Frank Gaffney | June 19, 2001

In the wake of two recent, controversial Bush Administration decisions with far-reaching national security implications, Democratic legislators have called for congressional hearings.

Bill Murchison | June 19, 2001

Reports from Europe have it that the "Toxic Texan,'' aka "the cowboy'' president of the United States, failed abysmally to pollute the world or touch off a Third World War while conversing with sophisticated European leaders last week.

John Leo | June 19, 2001

Newsweek's cover story for May 28 announced that marriage and the nuclear family are on their deathbed ("The New Single Mom -- Why the Traditional Family Is Fading Fast").

William F. Buckley | June 19, 2001

Q: Mr. President, welcome to Europe, to Spain. There are a few differences in outlook on policy between us --older societies -- and you, of the new world ...

John McCaslin | June 19, 2001

Spanish President Jose Maria Aznar Lopez had something to say to President Bush Tuesday about the exploding Hispanic population in the United States.

Charles Krauthammer | June 19, 2001

--``Remember George, this is no time to go wobbly.'' So said Margaret Thatcher to the first President Bush just days after Saddam Hussein attacked Kuwait. Bush did not go wobbly. He invaded.

Bruce Bartlett | June 19, 2001

It's not much fun being a financial analyst anymore. For years, it was a good way to make a living.

Kathleen Parker | June 19, 2001

On May 13, 1955 - five days before my father's 32nd birthday - Housekeeping Monthly came out with "The Good Wife's Guide," a list of rules for women to live by and men to die for.