Sun, Sep 02, 2001

Brent Bozell | September 02, 2001

After 30 years of service to America, Sen. Jesse Helms has announced he will retire to North Carolina next year and take a well-deserved rest from frustrating the liberal elite, especially the media elite.

Kathleen Parker | September 02, 2001

Here I am going out to dinner. I grab my purse, keys, cell phone, and am half out the door when I realize - dang - forgot my pistol.

Sat, Sep 01, 2001

David Limbaugh | September 01, 2001

What do you suppose moves certain people and groups to knee-jerk sympathy for Andrea Yates, the confessed murderess of her own five children?

Robert Novak | September 01, 2001

Former Vice President Al Gore and Sen. Joseph Lieberman are seriously considering running as a team for the 2004 Democratic presidential and vice-presidential nominations, according to sources close to both of them.

Fri, Aug 31, 2001

Thomas Sowell | August 31, 2001

What have famed pianist Arthur Rubinstein, Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, India's self-taught mathematical genius Ramanujan, Nobel Prizewinning economist Gary Becker, talk show host G. Gordon Liddy and renowned physicists Richard Feynman, Edward Teller and Albert Einstein all had in common?

Michelle Malkin | August 31, 2001

The first newspaper job I ever had was a very brief summer stint as a press inserter. You stand in front of a mammoth piece of machinery along with a dozen or so other workers.

Brent Bozell | August 31, 2001

The door banged closed, the jet engines began to rev up, and the steward came on the loudspeaker to announce coyly, "Welcome to American Airlines Flight 1250 to Reality."

Larry Elder | August 31, 2001

"There are practically no people of color at the top," said NAACP President Kweisi Mfume. "There aren't any African-Americans who can green-light a show, hire and fire a director or make any real decisions."

Mona Charen | August 31, 2001

As one of the first to consider the available evidence about Rep. Gary Condit's behavior and declare him a "louse," I believe I have standing to say: Enough already.

Cal Thomas | August 31, 2001

Democrats think they've found the key to countering President Bush's popular tax cut. It's their old standby, the Social Security scare.

Oliver North | August 31, 2001

When I was in grade school, I remember that first chore every school year, right after Labor Day.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 31, 2001

If you plan to visit that part of the world that Christians call the Holy Land, you ought to know that it is increasingly unsafe.

George Will | August 31, 2001

This year's most important voting in the North Atlantic region will determine the vitality, even the discernability, of British conservatism.

Bruce Bartlett | August 31, 2001

One of the great strengths of the American economy is that organized labor has historically not been opposed to profits.

Ross Mackenzie | August 31, 2001

The United States has dithered with missile defense for 30 years. With whether to build something like Ronald Reagan's Strategic Defense Initiative (Star Wars), it has dithered for nearly 20.

Thu, Aug 30, 2001

Ann Coulter | August 30, 2001

Since his catastrophically bad interview with Connie Chung on ABC last week, the hope that Congressman Gary Condit was not involved in Chandra Levy's disappearance has, sadly, become less likely.

Suzanne Fields | August 30, 2001

If Gary Condit were a character in a novel, telling the story from his own point of view, the book would be too flat to finish. He is truly a two-dimensional man.

George Will | August 30, 2001

Until last autumn, when Bloomberg changed his registration so he could duck a congested Democratic primary, he was a liberal Democrat. Still is, actually. He also is God's gift to political consultants.

William F. Buckley | August 30, 2001

The bugles are sounding, not to rouse the American military, but the Israeli military. George Will, writing in his syndicated column, wants war.

Wed, Aug 29, 2001

Walter E. Williams | August 29, 2001

Time magazine: "Scientists no longer doubt that global warming is happening, and almost nobody questions the fact that humans are at least partly responsible."

David Limbaugh | August 29, 2001

There are more uncanny similarities between the Clinton and Condit affairs than between the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations. So why are Democrats reacting so differently to Condit?

Linda Chavez | August 29, 2001

Al Gore tried it and failed. Ronald Reagan had some modest success when he attempted it. Even Jimmy Carter gave it a shot. Now George W. Bush is trying his hand at reforming the federal government.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 29, 2001

Students starting college this fall need survival instructions to enable them to understand the jargon and prepare for the challenge of strange encounters.

Kathleen Parker | August 29, 2001

I love the flip-flop "What if" question. It's the lazy devil's advocate's way of seeming to be intellectually probing: "Yes, but what if it were a man. Would you feel the same way?"

Bruce Bartlett | August 29, 2001

There is a growing sense in Congress and among economists that the presentation of the federal budget and the budget process could use updating.

Jack Kemp | August 29, 2001

President George W. Bush and his Social Security Commission are under fire because of new budget forecasts that show a "smaller" (nearly $160 billion) surplus.

Tue, Aug 28, 2001

David Limbaugh | August 28, 2001

As a lawyer I have long been troubled by the widespread belief that lawyers are often enemies rather than facilitators of justice. For the most part. I think it's a bad rap.

Maggie Gallagher | August 28, 2001

Sex with the Gary Condits of the world doesn't make you special. Men like that are easy to attract: Just be alive, available and not visibly deformed.

Jacob Sullum | August 28, 2001

Ariva, a pellet flavored with mint and eucalyptus, looks like a Tic Tac, but it's not a candy. Its main ingredient is compressed tobacco.

Bill Murchison | August 28, 2001

And on the Seventh Day, God created Social Security. That must have been the way of it -- contrary accounts (including that in Genesis) notwithstanding.

Armstrong Williams | August 28, 2001

There appears to be an increasing trend today to let young people get away with doing less work, with more time to play.

Larry Kudlow | August 28, 2001

Washington politicians are shocked -- (SET ITAL) shocked (END ITAL) -- that federal budget surpluses are dwindling as the national economic downturn lengthens.

Marvin Olasky | August 28, 2001

This week is halfway between two events: Last Wednesday's fifth anniversary of the signing of the welfare reform law and next Monday's recognition of Labor Day.

Mon, Aug 27, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | August 27, 2001

The Aug. 27 issue of People magazine contains a long story on the plight of America's favorite working mom.

Cal Thomas | August 27, 2001

Those who are truly good at something -- heart surgery, performance art, writing, athletics -- make it look so easy that other, less talented people sometimes think they can do as well. How else did karaoke catch on?

Debra J. Saunders | August 27, 2001

Forget the beer ads featuring wild and crazy cutups surfing 30-foot waves. The real passion for modern Australia is safety.

Bruce Bartlett | August 27, 2001

Democrats are making much of the decline in the fiscal year 2001 surplus from the $281 billion estimated in February to $158 billion.

Kathleen Parker | August 27, 2001

Four years ago, we moved to a small town of 5,000 and rejoiced that we never had to lock our doors. A few weeks ago, we moved back to the city and rejoiced that we were just a short stroll away from several great restaurants.

Robert Novak | August 27, 2001

The Dow-Jones Industrial Average, which had been gingerly climbing upward last Tuesday afternoon, plunged the moment the Federal Reserve reduced short-term interest rates another one-quarter of a percentage point.

Armstrong Williams | August 27, 2001

The eco-agitators are forever uncomfortable with man's dominion over the earth. For them, man is a virus, endlessly programmed to consume and waste.