Sat, Jul 28, 2001

David Limbaugh | July 28, 2001

Democrats market themselves as the party of the common man, but actions (and inactions) speak louder than words.

Cal Thomas | July 28, 2001

I wonder how many mothers are sitting down with their daughters to make sure they understand the real lesson of Chandra Levy?

Suzanne Fields | July 28, 2001

The headline in The New York Times would have caught anybody's eye: "When The Nazis Became Nudniks."

Kathleen Parker | July 28, 2001

"It's a good time to be a child in America," said Tommy Thompson, secretary of Heath and Human Services, about a new statistical report on children.

John McCaslin | July 28, 2001

Marguaret Peterson, of Sacramento, Calif., says she paid a visit to the Sacramento Public Library recently, where a Signet paperback "jumped off the shelf at me."

Robert Novak | July 28, 2001

Delay of the House vote on the "patients' bill of rights" followed a contentious closed-door meeting of House Republican whips in which opposition was voiced against the Republican alternative sponsored by Rep. Ernie Fletcher of Kentucky.

Ross Mackenzie | July 28, 2001

Whoever would have predicted even three months ago that stem-cell research would occupy the presidential mind and roil congressional heavy thinkers? But here it is, much like abortion (about which more later).

Fri, Jul 27, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | July 27, 2001

Not too long ago, Michael Fox, not the actor but a self-described bioethicist, recently vented his outrage: "We are very clever little simians, aren't we?

Cal Thomas | July 27, 2001

When the check arrived, I cautiously opened the envelope, as one might do if he feared it was an explosive device. I'm not used to getting a check from the government.

Suzanne Fields | July 27, 2001

Freud might diagnose the Chinese disease as split personality. Consider the symptoms.

John Leo | July 27, 2001

-->"De-policing" occurs after riots and demonstrations against police behavior. Shell-shocked or resentful, police overlook a lot of suspicious behavior. They stop trying to prevent low-level crime and simply react to 911 calls. Crime soars.

Armstrong Williams | July 27, 2001

About a month ago we published a questionnaire on President Bush. The poll was spurred on by news that Bush's poll numbers were dipping amid widespread concern over the California energy crisis, environmental concerns and a shakeup in the congressional balance of power with the defection of Rep. Jim Jeffords to the Democrats.

John McCaslin | July 27, 2001

One of the biggest criticisms one hears about House Majority Leader Dick Armey (R-TX) is that he doesn't realize his foot doesn't belong in his mouth.

Ross Mackenzie | July 27, 2001

How about that strike zone? The other day it made front pages. Why?

Kathleen Parker | July 27, 2001

The hospital executive-mom who forgot her 7-month-old baby for nine hours and found her dead in the family minivan after work will not be left to suffer her tragedy in peace.

Thu, Jul 26, 2001

Ann Coulter | July 26, 2001

I've nearly died waiting, but it can finally be said: The feminists were right about one thing. Some portion of pro-life men would be pro-choice if they were capable of getting pregnant.

Thomas Sowell | July 26, 2001

To the intelligentsia, the family -- or "the traditional family," as they say nowadays -- is just one lifestyle among many.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 26, 2001

Since 1964, the Republican Party has been conservative. Since 1968, it has won political campaigns, most notably at the presidential level, as the conservative party.

Robert Novak | July 26, 2001

George W. Bush's surprised, uncomfortable demeanor Monday at Castel Gandolfo showed that his ill-conceived course on stem cell research was crashing.

George Will | July 26, 2001

The voices of compassion have again been raised in alarm against the Bush administration.

Bruce Bartlett | July 26, 2001

The President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security just issued an interim report, laying out the rationale for reforming our nation's largest government program.

Wed, Jul 25, 2001

Michelle Malkin | July 25, 2001

A beautiful young woman vanishes. For months, her family searches in vain. They suspect her boyfriend, a secretive and arrogant older man who is active in public life

Walter E. Williams | July 25, 2001

While people might be motivated by non-economic factors, from a strictly economic point of view it simply doesn't pay individual voters to learn about and take action against the myriad assaults emanating from the political area.

Brent Bozell | July 25, 2001

Being a White House reporter is one of the most intoxicating job assignments in journalism, a seat in the front row of history.

Debra J. Saunders | July 25, 2001

If Robert Wendland, 49, had been a convicted killer on death row, there would have been legions of righteous do-gooders demanding that he not be executed because he was mentally retarded.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 25, 2001

You've got to hand it to the National Education Association. The association's press people and spin artists know how to manipulate the news.

Jack Kemp | July 25, 2001

As I write this column, leaders of the major industrial countries, the so-called G-8 nations, are fiddling in Genoa, Italy, while the world economy goes into a deep freeze. Global trade is shrinking.

William F. Buckley | July 25, 2001

Good, honest, full-throated indignation is nice to come on every now and then, and here is a sample. The provocation was by former President Jimmy Carter, writing in The New York Times.

Tue, Jul 24, 2001

Doug Giles | July 24, 2001

Here are three more motives why, according to my experience, ministers do not step up to the political plate and take a serious swing at righting our societal wrongs.

Debra J. Saunders | July 24, 2001

Each man has failed where the other succeeded. George W. Bush resides in the White House; former Gov. Pete Wilson's 1995 foray into presidential politics didn't even last into the New Hampshire primary.

Linda Chavez | July 24, 2001

While Congress and President Bush wrangle over the shape of education reform, one group in Washington has decided to launch a revolution in the education of poor children on its own.

Bill Murchison | July 24, 2001

It was quite a come-on. The book section was featuring John Irving's comic look at dismemberment, "The Fourth Hand."

Jacob Sullum | July 24, 2001

The New York Times has discovered basic economics. Sort of. In a front-page story the other day, the paper noted that gasoline and natural gas prices have dropped substantially in recent months.

Marvin Olasky | July 24, 2001

The headlines claimed last Thursday's passage of H.R. 7, the major legislative vehicle for the White House's faith-based initiative, as a Bush win, and it was.

Mon, Jul 23, 2001

David Limbaugh | July 23, 2001

While President Bush is on another international trip, Democratic leaders are so busy undermining him that they don't realize it is they, not Bush, who are compromising the international stature and strategic interests of the United States.

Robert Novak | July 23, 2001

Four days after the House briefly debated rival campaign finance reform bills that both overlooked the AFL-CIO's political excesses, Big Labor got another break.

William F. Buckley | July 23, 2001

The death of Katharine Graham has got more attention than the death of anyone else in recent memory.

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.