Sun, Aug 05, 2001

George Will | August 05, 2001

Nowadays, treaties and United Nations conferences have supplanted little magazines as the preferred places for ``progressive" thinkers to take the latest trends out for strolls in the sun. Hence the WCARRDXRI.

Sat, Aug 04, 2001

David Limbaugh | August 04, 2001

Probably the surest way to understand the depth of dissatisfaction among many conservatives with the Republican Party is to be a conservative columnist who often defends Republicans.

Robert Novak | August 04, 2001

Chances of passing a "patients' bill of rights" that President Bush can sign may depend on the willingness of Sen. John McCain to forge a compromise in the Senate-House conference.

William F. Buckley | August 04, 2001

On one day, the papers ran an obituary on an American flier who in 1943 shot down the plane carrying Adm. Yamamoto from a Japanese base in Rabaul, New Britain.

Fri, Aug 03, 2001

Thomas Sowell | August 03, 2001

The latest political spin is that we should shift our focus away from Congressman Gary Condit and concentrate on finding Chandra Levy.

Michelle Malkin | August 03, 2001

When the Bush administration lands on the same side of an issue as The New York Times editorial board, Sen. Hillary Clinton and the Sierra Club, it's time to clear out the cockpit.

Larry Elder | August 03, 2001

As Congress debates "fixing" the Ponzi scheme we call Social Security, consider a few things:

Oliver North | August 03, 2001

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan and his merry minions of global statecraft have done it again! Last month, they offered to sacrifice the Second Amendment.

Debra J. Saunders | August 03, 2001

There's one thing you know that California teachers are great at: complaining.

Larry Kudlow | August 03, 2001

It's a recession. The headlines don't tell the story, but it's the real story. Stock-market investors have known it for over a year. People in business know it, as inventories and jobs have been slashed.

Bruce Bartlett | August 03, 2001

In recent years, a number of left-wing economists have argued that inequality per se is harmful to many people's health.

Thu, Aug 02, 2001

Ann Coulter | August 02, 2001

With even George Will and the Family Research Council predicting the child pornographer in Ohio will prevail on appeal, I am now officially The Only Person in America who says Ohio wins.

Thomas Sowell | August 02, 2001

Blacks have already been the first victims of the campaign to get reparations for slavery. The longer this futile campaign goes on, the more additional blacks will be victimized.

Jonah Goldberg | August 02, 2001

Opinion journalism is one of the few businesses where the customers not only seek to get you fired as a matter of course, but also think they're doing you a favor by keeping you in the loop as they try to do it.

Cal Thomas | August 02, 2001

Something good might come from Bill Clinton's "homecoming" to Harlem if it focuses our attention on what taxpayers pay to subsidize all of our former presidents.

Suzanne Fields | August 02, 2001

Nearly everybody's seen the television commercial where a husband and wife talk about how they don't want to be a burden on their children when they're old.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 02, 2001

Mark it down as a Public Good that through much of the summer, Washington's talking heads have been jabbering about the embattled Rep. Gary Condit, for whom Bill Clinton has been such a perilous role model.

Ross Mackenzie | August 02, 2001

Two headlines tell the tale: 1) "Clinton Eager for Public Role," and 2) "In Harlem, a Hero's Welcome for New Neighbor Clinton."

John McCaslin | August 02, 2001

The Democratic National Committee's campaign coffers are apparently so full the DNC is laying people off.

George Will | August 02, 2001

As recently as 1975, 80 percent of Americans had never flown. Recently air travel has been expanding about twice as fast as the economy.

Armstrong Williams | August 02, 2001

The Nike shoe company backed a big truck up to 18-year-old Tyson Chandler's home last week and dumped $1.75 million product endorsement deal in his front yard.

Wed, Aug 01, 2001

Michelle Malkin | August 01, 2001

"Gross." That was the reaction my high school friends and I had to one of the very first music videos we ever watched on MTV. It was the 1984 debut of Madonna's "Like a Virgin."

Walter E. Williams | August 01, 2001

Since Cincinnati's April riots, sparked by a policeman's shooting of an unarmed black man, arrests are down 50 percent and traffic stops are down 55 percent. Shootings are up.

Brent Bozell | August 01, 2001

The Democratic Party showed Washington its sense of humor by naming Terry McAuliffe to lead the Democratic National Committee. He hasn't disappointed. He continues making us want to laugh.

David Limbaugh | August 01, 2001

Half-truths can be as deceptive as outright lies. The Democrats are using a half-truth in their propaganda campaign to block President Bush's effort to reform Social Security.

Debra J. Saunders | August 01, 2001

Even as Our Betters in France have extradited two American fugitives accused of killing their girlfriends this month, their reluctance to do so only highlights their neurotic need to show themselves superior to all things American.

Linda Chavez | August 01, 2001

Bill Clinton is having a coming-out party this week. After months spent out of the spotlight, the former president can't stand it any longer.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 01, 2001

Are you for humans or for suckerfish? That's the issue in Klamath Falls, Oregon, where armed U.S. federal marshals are guarding the irrigation canal gates to keep the river from flowing to 1,400 farms that will soon be out of business if they don't get water.

Jacob Sullum | August 01, 2001

In his 1996 State of the Union address, President Clinton urged Congress "to pass the requirement for a V-chip in TV sets, so that parents can screen out programs they believe are inappropriate for their children."

Bill Murchison | August 01, 2001

Ever since the Genoa summit, Democrats and the media (assuming you can tell the difference) have been flagellating the Bush administration for its arrogant conduct of international relations.

Robert Novak | August 01, 2001

It is astonishing enough that President Bush has retained Bill Clinton's federal prosecutor in Manhattan, one of the Justice Department's key appointments. Mary Jo White, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, now claims veto power over who monitors the Teamsters union. What's more, she has partially succeeded.

Jack Kemp | August 01, 2001

Africa is beset by problems: AIDS, malaria, unemployment, undereducation and poverty. Liberal democracy is only in its infancy in but a few nations.

William F. Buckley | August 01, 2001

Howard Safir was police commissioner of New York City up until a year ago, serving under Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, an old friend and confederate.

Marvin Olasky | August 01, 2001

Many members of Congress pretend to be on a pedestal. They claim greater certainty about their votes than they possess, and greater knowledge of what's coming down the road than anyone could have.

Tue, Jul 31, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | July 31, 2001

I cannot imagine a more horrifying mistake than the one made by Brian Palmer Gilbert. He absent-mindedly left his 5-month-old son Kyle in his car for two hours while he was visiting his in-laws, and the boy died.

Cal Thomas | July 31, 2001

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld seems to long for the good old days when the Soviet Union was our single adversary and defense strategy was more "tidy."

Suzanne Fields | July 31, 2001

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

Maggie Gallagher | July 31, 2001

It may not have quite the box-office draw of talking apes or dinosaurs amok, but "Legally Blonde," an engagingly silly comedy of manners pitting the Hollywood elite against the Ivy League, beauty vs. brains, was No. 4 at the box office last weekend, grossing nearly $60 million in its first three weeks.

Kathleen Parker | July 31, 2001

The U.S. House just gave Fidel Castro a reason to live. With its vote Wednesday to lift restrictions on American citizens traveling to Cuba, one can safely reckon that El Jefe is no longer faint with Caribbean heat and island ennui.

Mon, Jul 30, 2001

Michelle Malkin | July 30, 2001

Some people will do anything to get their hands on federal wampum. Across the country, scam artists claiming to be oppressed "indigenous peoples" have used dubious family histories, altered documents or shady land claims to win government recognition as Indian tribes.

Brent Bozell | July 30, 2001

When MTV was celebrating its 10th anniversary in 1991, its news operation was a font of liberal bias, in part because the network allowed (encouraged?) its anchors and reporters to promote their personal -- and quite left-wing -- opinions.

Mona Charen | July 30, 2001

The City Journal is rapidly becoming the indispensable magazine in America today. It focuses on urban matters, but in doing so manages to cast light on the key questions that preoccupy public policy -- crime, race relations, family structure, entrepreneurship, education, the environment and religion.

Oliver North | July 30, 2001

You have to hand it to the liberal Democrats. They know how to attack. And now they've pulled out all the stops to break records in self-deception.

Debra J. Saunders | July 30, 2001

A man comes home and finds his wife in bed with another man. He runs to the dresser, pulls a gun from the top drawer and puts it to his head.

Charles Krauthammer | July 30, 2001

Hadn't we also agreed that human embryos should not be created solely for the purpose of being dismembered and then destroyed for the benefit of others?

Larry Kudlow | July 30, 2001

Former President Ronald Reagan always believed that a great nation needed a strong currency. So, in one of his first moves back in the early 1980s, he gave Fed Chairman Paul Volcker a green light.

George Will | July 30, 2001

Brian Dalton, 22, of Columbus, Ohio, will probably lower the moral tone of the prison if he serves the seven-year term--plus 18 months for violation of his probation--to which he recently was sentenced in Ohio.

Robert Novak | July 30, 2001

The House Republican leadership last week quietly cleared for floor action a remarkable piece of legislation. It busts the budget, violates President Bush's stated principles and poses trouble for the future.

William F. Buckley | July 30, 2001

Yesterday an old and revered friend, in casual conversation over the telephone, said that President Bush will soon be ruling on the matter of embryonic-stem-cell research.