Sun, Jul 08, 2001

David Limbaugh | July 08, 2001

The selective indignation of many of those clamoring about alleged minority voter disenfranchisement in Florida reveals that their primary concern is not to restore integrity to the election process, but to win political points and elections.

Debra J. Saunders | July 08, 2001

One woman, Chandra Levy, 24, has been missing for two months. Something very bad has happened to her.

Charles Krauthammer | July 08, 2001

The silliness has gone on long enough. It is time for a little clarity about Vice President Cheney's health.

Sat, Jul 07, 2001

Michelle Malkin | July 07, 2001

Here goes The New York Times again, striving tirelessly to unmask America's rampant hooded racists who prey on minorities. How would we "people of color" cope without them?

Brent Bozell | July 07, 2001

Curious to know who the role models for youngsters are today? For a clue, check out a recent survey of 233 6-11-year-olds done for Sesame Workshop, the producers of "Sesame Street."

David Limbaugh | July 07, 2001

Though conservatives are justified in opposing the Democrats' Patients' Bill of Rights because it is more of a boon to trial lawyers than patients, they may be targeting the wrong demon.

Mona Charen | July 07, 2001

Let's use the bodies of condemned criminals for medical research! We could donate the eyes and heart of a Timothy McVeigh-type to some worthy medical experiment, and the lungs and livers of other murderers for similar purposes.

Oliver North | July 07, 2001

Last week the House and Senate did what they do best -- went on vacation, or as they euphemistically call it, a "district work period."

Debra J. Saunders | July 07, 2001

California State Assemblywoman Jackie Goldberg, D-Los Angeles, was furious about Tuesday's San Francisco Chronicle story on her bill, AB1649, which would give employment and housing protections to transsexuals, transgender people and people whose behavior is "different from that traditionally associated with a person's sex at birth."

Robert Novak | July 07, 2001

President Bush's aides are telling worried conservatives that moderate White House counsel Alberto Gonzales will not be Bush's first or second selection for the Supreme Court, though he may end up there after two new justices have been seated.

Bruce Bartlett | July 07, 2001

Pressure is building on Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill to do something about the soaring value of the dollar.

Fri, Jul 06, 2001

Thomas Sowell | July 06, 2001

Some people were surprised when California's Governor Gray Davis hired two Democratic Party operatives at $30,000 a month to serve as spinmeisters during the current electricity crisis.

Larry Elder | July 06, 2001

The modern welfare state: Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, farm subsidies, and other so-called assistance programs for the needy, the downtrodden, and the sick -- funded through taxation.

Jonah Goldberg | July 06, 2001

There is one obvious solution to racial profiling we never hear proposed. If the police merely detained, questioned, searched and bothered more whites, then the scourge of racial profiling would no longer exist.

Suzanne Fields | July 06, 2001

Our society grows older. The boomers, who were going to live forever, confidently vowed never to trust anyone over 30, and now they're getting poetic justice.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 06, 2001

What were you thinking during this past weekend's prodigal media coverage of Vice President Richard Cheney's heart retooling? Call me unpatriotic, but I was thinking of Cuba's President Fidel Castro.

Ross Mackenzie | July 06, 2001

Today's column is given over to comments about American liberty, independence and the Declaration approved 225 years ago:

Kathleen Parker | July 06, 2001

Before you become a parent, your worst nightmare goes something like this: "Ohmigod, today's my Algebra II final and I forgot to buy the book!!!"

Thu, Jul 05, 2001

Ann Coulter | July 05, 2001

In an alarming development, it turns out members of Congress aren't the only ones refusing to read the Constitution. Last week at a meeting of the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Detroit, various mayors were endorsing statehood for the District of Columbia.

Thomas Sowell | July 05, 2001

The U.S. Postal Service has raised its rates twice this year and is already talking about raising rates again next year.

Michelle Malkin | July 05, 2001

What doesn't Carol Browner want us to know about her zealously activist reign at the Environmental Protection Agency?

Brent Bozell | July 05, 2001

In the world of network television news, longtime ABC reporter John Stossel is the exception that proves the rule.

Cal Thomas | July 05, 2001

While watching John Stossel's ABC News special, "Tampering With Nature," I felt like a citizen of those not-so-long-ago "captive nations" who learned the truth of what was going on not from their own leaders and the controlled media, but from the Voice of America and Radio Free Europe.

Debra J. Saunders | July 05, 2001

If you go by the news coverage, President George W. Bush all but killed the 1997 Kyoto global warming treaty Saturday, even though all the good green-friendly people on Earth really, really wanted the treaty to become law.

William F. Buckley | July 05, 2001

Well, there are the usual things to celebrate (liberty, independence, the pursuit of justice), but also something unusual and unique: a book celebrating Ronald Reagan, his life and accomplishments.

Wed, Jul 04, 2001

Walter E. Williams | July 04, 2001

What should be the characteristics of laws in a free society?

Debra J. Saunders | July 04, 2001

It doesn't say much for Team Bush that top White House aides have all but crowned the 71-year-old outgoing Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan as the GOP nominee in the 2002 California governor's race.

Linda Chavez | July 04, 2001

When it comes to health care, Americans want it all, so long as they don't have to pay for it. The so-called Patients' Bill of Rights, which passed the Democrat-controlled Senate last week, is a case in point.

Jacob Sullum | July 04, 2001

New York recently became the first state to prohibit people from using hand-held mobile phones while driving.

Bruce Bartlett | July 04, 2001

An important debate is taking place over the future of the Internet, which will have important implications for every person who uses it. It involves the creation of top-level domain names (TLDs).

Marvin Olasky | July 04, 2001

"America's not what you see on the six o'clock news," said Tom McRae, founder and CEO of The Great Race. "America's about loving God, honoring country and singing 'God Bless America.'"

Tue, Jul 03, 2001

Phyllis Schlafly | July 03, 2001

The anti-Bush brigade in the United States and abroad has coalesced around the Kyoto Protocol, thinking it is a neat hammer with which to hit our president.

Frank Gaffney | July 03, 2001

It isn't often that a corporate decision not to bring a stock offering to market generates news.

Jack Kemp | July 03, 2001

It's disconcerting to hear calls for Japan to lower interest rates when its rate on overnight money already is virtually zero (actually 0.35 percent).

Charles Krauthammer | July 03, 2001

As the Bush administration approaches a decision on stem cell research, the caricatures have already been drawn.

Robert Novak | July 03, 2001

"What's all this NBC/Wall Street Journal poll b.s.?" a laughing George W. Bush asked a top aide Thursday.

Mon, Jul 02, 2001

Suzanne Fields | July 02, 2001

The Brits have always been a little envious of their American cousins, though they would never admit it. In Victorian England, nearly two-thirds of everyone leaving Britain headed for the United States.

Ross Mackenzie | July 02, 2001

Imagine yourself as George W. Bush.

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)