Sun, Jul 01, 2001

George Will | July 01, 2001

(BEG ITAL)If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you'll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like, and how my parents were occupied and all before they had me, and all that David Copperfield kind of crap, but I don't feel like going into it, if you want to know the truth.(END ITAL)

Sat, Jun 30, 2001

Thomas Sowell | June 30, 2001

We have belatedly come to appreciate "the greatest generation" that fought and died in World War II to preserve the freedom that Americans enjoy today.

Brent Bozell | June 30, 2001

The Clintons and their legions of supporters spent eight years sharing an exaggerated sense of self-pity over the allegedly harsh media coverage of their corrupt behavior.

Larry Elder | June 30, 2001

Did Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill commit a "gaffe" of epic proportions? Former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich certainly thinks so.

Oliver North | June 30, 2001

On Wednesday, June 28, the House International Relations Committee took time from dithering over who will get to sue whom in a Patients Bill of Rights and "declared war" against "an enemy threatening our shores." The focus of their ire: AIDS.

Robert Novak | June 30, 2001

Republicans who paid $2,500 per plate to attend the Congressional Dinner at the Washington Convention Center Wednesday night were miffed because George W. Bush and Dick Cheney did not eat but did run.

Bruce Bartlett | June 30, 2001

Almost everyone who ever visited Europe has probably come back with the odd pound, franc, lira or mark that they never got around to exchanging for dollars.

Jack Kemp | June 30, 2001

There's an extraordinary plot afoot in the nation's capital to stifle tax competition among states, reverse Supreme Court precedent, circumvent constitutional limitations on states' taxing authority and seriously undermine federalism.

Fri, Jun 29, 2001

Michelle Malkin | June 29, 2001

Here in the nation's capital -- Ego Central, Me-tropolis -- the cult of the "I" carries on.

Jonah Goldberg | June 29, 2001

John Stossel, the only openly right-of-center reporter on any of the three major networks has a long history of making lefty and environmental groups kick-the-cat angry.

Cal Thomas | June 29, 2001

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is in a buoyant mood as he meets with a small group of journalists at a Washington hotel, the day after talks with President Bush.

Armstrong Williams | June 29, 2001

The adoption system in this country is broken. Thousands of kids languish in substandard facilities that lack the resources to properly educate and nurture them, thus perpetuating the cycle of underachievement.

Bruce Bartlett | June 29, 2001

On Wednesday, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates by another quarter percentage point to 3.75 percent.

John McCaslin | June 29, 2001

Regarding our lengthy item this week on the "worth" of U.S. vice presidents, reader Steve Hoffman of Mesa Communications Group noticed our quotes all came from vice presidents of 50 years ago or more.

William F. Buckley | June 29, 2001

The series starring Archie Bunker was the most devastating ideological scam in the cultural history of television.

Thu, Jun 28, 2001

Ann Coulter | June 28, 2001

Another thing that would be bad about being a liberal is that you'd have to read the gaseous opinions of Justice David Hackett Souter.

Thomas Sowell | June 28, 2001

"Every year since 1950, the number of American children gunned down has doubled." Did you know that? It is just as well if you did not, because it is not true.

Mona Charen | June 28, 2001

Lying seems to be all around us. Patricia Smith, the Boston Globe columnist whose evocative prose nearly won a Pulitzer Prize a couple of years ago, confessed to inventing many of the people and situations she was supposedly chronicling.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 28, 2001

The political high seas against which the Bush administration's "faith-based initiative" now sails have got me wondering. For decades, atheism has been steadily losing its luster.

George Will | June 28, 2001

John Street, 57, began coming to this city as a boy to go to church on Sundays, African American churches being scarce near his family's farm. Now, as mayor, he has made Philadelphia the foremost laboratory for what President Bush calls ``faith-based initiatives'' --involving religious organizations in the delivery of social services.

Robert Novak | June 28, 2001

On March 30 in Newark, N.J., lawyers from the conservative Judicial Watch organization met representatives of four U.S. attorneys with an offer in behalf of an unusual client.

Wed, Jun 27, 2001

Michelle Malkin | June 27, 2001

Picture this: Beneath a towering portrait of Chairman Mao, brutal Chinese dictators bask in the warm glow of international good will as the world's top volleyball players romp across imported sand spread over Tiananmen Square --

Walter E. Williams | June 27, 2001

A measure of accommodation is accorded children because they are not adults and thus not to be held to the same accountability standards.

Brent Bozell | June 27, 2001

Last week, another television standard fell by the wayside. It was not merely broken; it was shattered.

Debra J. Saunders | June 27, 2001

"It gives us the appearance of being barbaric," Texas state Sen. Rodney Ellis proclaimed after Texas Gov. Rick Perry vetoed his bill to ban the execution of mentally retarded killers.

Tue, Jun 26, 2001

Linda Chavez | June 26, 2001

If you've ever wondered why Americans are so skeptical of Congress' ability to solve problems, the strange history of bilingual education provides a perfect case history.

Jacob Sullum | June 26, 2001

Nine years ago, Danny Lee Kyllo was busted for growing pot after police used a thermal imager to detect heat emanating from high-intensity lights inside his house.

Bill Murchison | June 26, 2001

This will come as a great surprise to the many who have written off Christianity as in any way a vital or useful force in the processes of civilization.

Marvin Olasky | June 26, 2001

We are a country of sports fans, but grown men do not dress up in late 19th century baseball uniforms or even early 20th century football uniforms and spend a weekend recreating old contests.

Mon, Jun 25, 2001

Brent Bozell | June 25, 2001

You can count on some things in life. The sun will come up. The Washington Redskins think they have another winning team this year. And in those lazy, hazy days of summer, PBS will take your tax dollars and air another offensive agitprop film promoting the righteousness of homosexuality.

Kathleen Parker | June 25, 2001

Warning: Lousy movies cloaked in moral concern may be hazardous to your intelligence.

Robert Novak | June 25, 2001

Fidel Castro seldom gets involved in the U.S. Senate's confirmation process, but he is this year.

John Leo | June 25, 2001

Q: Mr. Answer Man, as an expert, can you explain why some schools are banning the game of dodgeball?

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.''