Sat, Sep 08, 2001

Thomas Sowell | September 08, 2001

Perhaps Secretary of State Colin Powell's decision to pull the American delegation out of the so-called U.N. World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, will be just a footnote in history.

David Limbaugh | September 08, 2001

Once again we have a story in the news revealing that certain so-called pro-choice groups are as fearful of the choice for life as Superman is of Kryptonite or vampires are of crosses.

Larry Kudlow | September 08, 2001

Is a remedy on the way for depressed investor spirits and sinking business confidence? It could be, in the form of a capital-gains tax cut.

Fri, Sep 07, 2001

Michelle Malkin | September 07, 2001

Mrs. Esteban had never been in trouble with the law. The married mother of two owned a .38-caliber revolver for self-defense and -- like millions of Americans across the country -- held a valid, concealed-weapons permit.

Brent Bozell | September 07, 2001

"A pornographic culture," wrote author and columnist Maggie Gallagher some years ago, "is not one in which pornographic materials are published and distributed.

Cal Thomas | September 07, 2001

The Bush administration wants to give the Chinese government an advance look at plans for testing its proposed missile defense shield.

Suzanne Fields | September 07, 2001

Little League scouts went to the Dominican Republic to recruit a talented baseball player to move into their Bronx neighborhood to play for the Rolando Paulino Little League All Stars.

Debra J. Saunders | September 07, 2001

Once again, the National Organization for Women is promoting a double standard.

Charles Krauthammer | September 07, 2001

When Dan Goldin was 7 years old, his fate was sealed. His father took him to New York's Hayden Planetarium and from that moment on he knew he would be a scientist. He has been that and much more.

Ross Mackenzie | September 07, 2001

Parents seek (or should) to instill the value of heritage, the honor of country, the goodness of family.

Kathleen Parker | September 07, 2001

It's not that I watched "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" anymore. My son turned 17 on Labor Day, so it's been a while since our mornings began with "Hello, neighbor" from that tidy man in the red cardigan sweater and dorky sneakers.

Thu, Sep 06, 2001

Ann Coulter | September 06, 2001

Feminist activists and other progressives are now faced with what could be the scariest prosecution since Susan Smith took action to combat depression in a lake near her home in South Carolina.

David Limbaugh | September 06, 2001

Kudos to the Bush administration and Secretary of State Colin Powell for taking a principled and courageous stand in withdrawing from the United Nations World Conference Against Racism.

Cal Thomas | September 06, 2001

The beginning of another school year affords opportunities for politicians to complain that not enough money is being spent on education and for others to observe the disappointing results from the record amounts of money that have already been spent on our public schools.

Maggie Gallagher | September 06, 2001

In the latest issue of American Experiment Quarterly , Barbara Dafoe Whitehead and David Popenoe ask a key question: How do we reconnect marriage and childbearing?

George Will | September 06, 2001

Britain's Conservative Party has been drubbed in the last two elections and now is riven by a leadership contest between two men.

William F. Buckley | September 06, 2001

The tangle in Durban, South Africa, reflects the centripetalization of problems and sorrows and dilemmas in faraway places when the United Nations comes to town.

Robert Novak | September 06, 2001

Despite an unintentional slip by his secretary of Labor, George W. Bush made progress Labor Day in splitting unions from an iron alliance with the Democratic Party.

Wed, Sep 05, 2001

Walter E. Williams | September 05, 2001

There's the old admonition: It's better to be safe than sorry. The fact of life is that one can be both safe and sorry -- that's if we acknowledge the consequences of having too much safety.

Linda Chavez | September 05, 2001

It's not uncommon for advocacy groups to latch onto an issue in the news to promote their cause -- say an environmentalist group using a spate of major forest fires to raise money for conservation.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 05, 2001

It isn't often that a governor vetoes a bill that was passed unanimously by both Houses of the State Legislature.

Bill Murchison | September 05, 2001

All you really need to know about the United Nations "World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia, and Related Intolerance" -- now missing the U.S. and Israeli delegations, which decamped on Monday -- you can learn by directing your gaze away from the conference itself.

Frank Gaffney | September 05, 2001

It is probably, as the Communists are wont to say, "no accident, Comrade" that every day brings some news of yet another reason why President Bush is wrong to try to defend America against ballistic missile attack.

Jack Kemp | September 05, 2001

As a congenital optimist, it is my profound regret to say that it's time we faced the fact that there is nothing the United States can do to bring peace to the Middle East short of an unacceptable use of NATO troops.

William F. Buckley | September 05, 2001

Strom Thurmond played an obtrusive role in my life. At age 17, waiting at home in Camden, S.C., to be drafted into the Army, I used to go with senior members to the Sarsfield Club.

Marvin Olasky | September 05, 2001

As Los Presidentes Bush and Vicente Fox of Mexico meet this week, a three-dimensional national debate about immigration is intensifying, and a fourth dimension may soon kick in.

John McCaslin | September 05, 2001

St. Martin's Press will publish "The Spy Who Stayed Out in the Cold" on Oct. 19, barely eight months after federal agents surrounded Hanssen while he was attempting to complete an exchange with his Russian handlers in a Virginia park.

Armstrong Williams | September 05, 2001

President Clinton has a warm, endearing look and a nice, blow-dried haircut. You can even see most of his teeth when he smiles. Often, he can be seen schmoozing with movie stars and singers.

Bruce Bartlett | September 05, 2001

In coming months, Americans are likely to start hearing a great deal about something called the "Tobin tax."

Tue, Sep 04, 2001

Suzanne Fields | September 04, 2001

Secretary of State Colin Powell is not at that United Nations conference on racism in Durban, South Africa this week. Neither he nor the rest of the Bush administration wants to lend its imprimatur to a conference to accuse Israel of racism for merely existing.

Debra J. Saunders | September 04, 2001

Bully for Secretary of State Colin Powell for not attending the United Nations' World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance, which opened in Durban, South Africa, last Friday.

Jacob Sullum | September 04, 2001

You've probably seen the Staples commercial in which a father prances through the store to the strains of "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year," joyfully tossing school supplies into his cart.

Ross Mackenzie | September 04, 2001

So the Army has begun issuing every Army person a black beret, long the exclusive possession of Army Rangers (the Rangers have switched to berets of tan).

Mon, Sep 03, 2001

Robert Novak | September 03, 2001

Amid bipartisan hysteria about dipping into Social Security funds, senators return from their August recess to confront an embarrassment:

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.