Sun, Jul 22, 2001

Larry Elder | July 22, 2001

What is Gary Condit? Ideologically speaking, that is.

Oliver North | July 22, 2001

On the eve of President Bush's departure for this weekend's G-8 Summit in Genoa, Italy, Russian President Vladimir Putin and communist China's Jiang Zemin sat down in Moscow, the only city on the planet currently protected by a ballistic missile defense system, and signed a 20-year "Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation."

Larry Kudlow | July 22, 2001

Where's all the Fed's new cash going? Money-market funds. Trouble is, this sort of investment is basically for little old ladies in tennis shoes, and it won't improve the economy.

Sat, Jul 21, 2001

Michelle Malkin | July 21, 2001

Civil rights activists expressed outrage over a Senate leader's threat to block the appointment of a black lawyer to a key federal post.

Brent Bozell | July 21, 2001

Maybe you've decided that the best way to endure the current onslaught of cheesy, sleazy, nasty "reality television" is to say to yourself, in effect, "The sun'll come out tomorrow." There are those out there who think it won't.

Mona Charen | July 21, 2001

Deprived of an available man to do the job, another woman and I recently struggled to replace the 5 gallon tank on a water cooler.

Debra J. Saunders | July 21, 2001

It's rather quaint that cable TV talk shows have taken up the question as to whether Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif., should resign because he impeded the investigation into the missing Chandra Levy and lied to authorities in denying that they had an affair.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 21, 2001

I have been wondering about the latest Kennedy capitulation in Massachusetts. A Kennedy was approaching an apparently easy political win but withdrew from the race abruptly before the first baby was kissed or hand was clasped.

Robert Novak | July 21, 2001

President Bush is unlikely to make a politically dangerous decision on federal funding of stem cell research until Congress leaves Washington for its summer recess scheduled to begin Aug. 4.

Fri, Jul 20, 2001

Ann Coulter | July 20, 2001

Why are feminists the principal lobbying group for Congressmen Who Had Affairs With Missing Interns? In the case of missing intern Chandra Levy, they're not even covering for a president who will save their precious Roe v. Wade.

Jonah Goldberg | July 20, 2001

"Even if there were oil, let's say, in Central Park, in the Everglades, in Yosemite Valley, in the Redwoods, do we want to develop oil there?" asked Deborah Williams in a recent broadcast of "60 Minutes."

Cal Thomas | July 20, 2001

Advocates for embryonic stem cell research are pulling out all the stops, hoping President Bush will approve federal funding.

Armstrong Williams | July 20, 2001

Ebony magazine, a longtime staple among the urban audience, has once again studded its pages with their list of the 100 most influential blacks in America.

Charles Krauthammer | July 20, 2001

Tuesday, we lost the greatest American publisher of our time. Katharine Graham took an undistinguished newspaper and made it great.

John McCaslin | July 20, 2001

The consensus is there's more than one Gary A. Condit in the House.

William F. Buckley | July 20, 2001

It is, alas, hard to measure the collapse of the Bush administration in the matter of education. The bill that is making its way through Congress has good points in it, even as it can be said, with Christian resolution, that Senator Kennedy has good points in him -- indeed it is mostly a Kennedy bill.

Thu, Jul 19, 2001

Michelle Malkin | July 19, 2001

Now that the rulers of Red China have clinched the 2008 Olympics, expect them to do everything in their authoritarian power to ensure that their athletes live up to the motto of the Games: "Faster, higher, stronger."

Brent Bozell | July 19, 2001

Remember when the feminists marched around Washington in 1992, the vaunted political "Year of the Woman," pledging to ruin the political careers of insensitive male officials who "just don't get it"?

Debra J. Saunders | July 19, 2001

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., wants to butt into your life again. Last week, she sent a letter to the CEOs of seven major airlines, warning that if they don't implement rules that limit passengers to two drinks on domestic flights, "I am prepared to proceed with legislation."

Robert Novak | July 19, 2001

At last week's regular luncheon of 49 Republican senators, John McCain entered early and took a seat at a table. Nobody even joined him.

Jack Kemp | July 19, 2001

Jersey City, "The City of New Beginnings," is probably the most diverse city in America: 41 percent of its citizens speak a language other than English at home, 25 percent are foreign-born and 14 percent have immigrated to America in only the last 10 years.

Wed, Jul 18, 2001

Thomas Sowell | July 18, 2001

Why would you pay hard cash for something you could easily get free of charge?

Walter E. Williams | July 18, 2001

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, "No one is as hopelessly enslaved as the person who thinks he's free."

David Limbaugh | July 18, 2001

Pro-lifers who are opposed to human embryonic stem cell research are not being fanatical, but consistent and principled.

Cal Thomas | July 18, 2001

More than 50 years ago, the Chinese communists evicted foreign missionaries on the grounds that the gospel they preached would undermine the creation of a communist heaven on earth.

Maggie Gallagher | July 18, 2001

Do we need a constitutional amendment protecting marriage? Walter Faunteroy, the great civil rights leader and president of the National Black Leadership Roundtable, thinks so.<

William F. Buckley | July 18, 2001

From this quarter there was no call made on the Bush administration to heave into the Olympic Games question, seeking to obstruct the selection of Peking for the 2008 site.

John McCaslin | July 18, 2001

A top Republican lawmaker says Rep. Gary A. Condit (D-CA) can survive politically despite the turmoil surrounding him and his affair with missing intern Chandra Levy.

Armstrong Williams | July 18, 2001

The idea of working on the hill holds great promise to countless young people across the country. Each summer they come, full of the casual idyllic energy of youth.

John Leo | July 18, 2001

News stories about the 2000 census have been arriving with heavy spin attached. A front-page article in The Washington Post reported "huge increases" in the number of gay and lesbian households in the District of Columbia and across the country.

Tue, Jul 17, 2001

David Limbaugh | July 17, 2001

Liberals are fond of painting conservatives as extremists, which is interesting, given their own propensity to extremism. Last time, I cited the occasional hysteria of certain pro-choicers. Now, let's look at gun control extremists.

Linda Chavez | July 17, 2001

They clean the office buildings in which we work and bus the tables in the restaurants where we eat. They take care of our babies, clean our homes, mow our lawns, repair our roofs and build our houses.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 17, 2001

A broad coalition of companies, organizations and activists, ranging from Focus on the Family to Ralph Nader, have kicked off a campaign to stop Primedia's Channel One from exploiting school children for commercial gain.

Jacob Sullum | July 17, 2001

They say stem cell research will produce medical marvels. They say it could allow scientists to create replacements for defective organs and tissue, leading to cures for a wide range of disabling or deadly maladies, including diabetes, arthritis, heart failure, cirrhosis of the liver and Parkinson's disease.

Bill Murchison | July 17, 2001

Life questions, such are their complexities, always throw the living a curve: abortion, euthanasia, cloning, stem cell research. Ever seen a stem cell?

Frank Gaffney | July 17, 2001

Saturday night's impressive intercept of a simulated ballistic missile warhead high over the Pacific Ocean may not mark the beginning of the end of the opposition to American deployment of effective anti-missile defenses.

Marvin Olasky | July 17, 2001

Last year, Canada seemed like a dream to conservative evangelicals in U.S. politics. This year, it's a nightmare, with Stockwell Day, the evangelical leader of Canada's major opposition party, expected to be overthrown any day now.

Bruce Bartlett | July 17, 2001

Back in the 1980s, Democrats in Congress had a trick they used over and over again to get Ronald Reagan to approve bloated budgets.

Mon, Jul 16, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | July 16, 2001

Technically, it's bad form for journalists to "rush to judgment." We're supposed to carefully weigh and measure every confirmed fact as it comes in.

Robert Novak | July 16, 2001

A specter is haunting Washington -- the specter of prolonged economic stagnation and monetary deflation. Inside and outside the Bush administration, pessimism abounds.

Sun, Jul 15, 2001

Brent Bozell | July 15, 2001

President Bush probably wouldn't appreciate a historical comparison to Warren Harding, but "Back to Normalcy" is definitely an underappreciated theme and consequence of his election.

Debra J. Saunders | July 15, 2001

Imagine if one day the government cut off your water. You have no notice. You have no ready way to replace free-flowing H20. Your tap is dry.