Sat, Sep 15, 2001

David Limbaugh | September 15, 2001

"I am a loving guy, but I am also someone who has a job to do, and I intend to do it."

Robert Novak | September 15, 2001

Senior members of Congress, Republicans and Democrats alike, maintain a unified public facade confronting a national crisis but are unhappy that they are not being fully briefed by the Bush administration.

Fri, Sep 14, 2001

Ann Coulter | September 14, 2001

Barbara Olson kept her cool. In the hysteria and terror of hijackers herding passengers to the rear of the plane, she retrieved her cell phone and called her husband.

Thomas Sowell | September 14, 2001

While the casualties in the terrorist attacks are expected to run into the tens of thousands, in a larger sense the casualties run into the millions because we are all affected now and will be as long as we live.

Michelle Malkin | September 14, 2001

Why on earth have we been giving tens of millions of dollars in foreign aid to an unrepentant state sponsor of terrorism that continues to harbor one of our worst enemies?

Jonah Goldberg | September 14, 2001

To be honest, I never liked the World Trade Center. I always thought it knocked the New York City skyline out of whack. The city looked more elegant when the Empire State Building was New York's (and the world's) tallest structure.

Mona Charen | September 14, 2001

What we need now is courage. This attack was so savage and so devastating that it beggars the imagination.

Cal Thomas | September 14, 2001

Everyone wonders how he will do it. After the speeches, after the congressional resolutions, after the statements of bipartisanship, what will President Bush announce as his plan to fight international terrorism?

Oliver North | September 14, 2001

On Tuesday, when I boarded an 8:45 a.m. flight from Detroit to Reagan National Airport, there wasn't the slightest hint of trouble.

Suzanne Fields | September 14, 2001

When the twin towers collapsed over and over before our very eyes, the medium and the message merged and became as one.

Jacob Sullum | September 14, 2001

In his first speech on September 11, President Bush called the attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center "cowardly acts."

John McCaslin | September 14, 2001

An unidentified woman stood outside the still-smoldering Pentagon early Wednesday morning as a bright sun came up. In her hands, she held a pair of binoculars.

William F. Buckley | September 14, 2001

It is generally acknowledged that if there was consolation after Pearl Harbor, it was that we knew who did it.

Armstrong Williams | September 14, 2001

On Tuesday, Sept. 11, the country watched - horrified and confused - as thousands of lives came to an end in an instant. The images are staggering:

Larry Kudlow | September 14, 2001

We live in a dangerous world, and we must never forget how utterly important it is to maintain our defenses in order to preserve freedom and democracy, and our way of life.

Ross Mackenzie | September 14, 2001

Where were you when...? It's the question a fading generation still asks about the Kennedy assassination.

Thu, Sep 13, 2001

Thomas Sowell | September 13, 2001

Pearl Harbor is the only thing in this century that can compare to the terrorist catastrophe that has struck the United States.

Brent Bozell | September 13, 2001

Earlier this month, the New York Times ran a front-page story about the erosion in prime-time television's language standards that is expected to occur during the upcoming season.

Larry Elder | September 13, 2001

No more Mr. Nice Guy. This reflects, quite properly, the sentiment of most Americans in the wake of the horrific terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, with the White House and Air Force One themselves as apparent targets.

Jonah Goldberg | September 13, 2001

Mark Bingham phoned his mother. "I want you to know that I love you very much, in case I don't see you again." A short while later, Bingham's plane crashed in the woods outside Pittsburgh.

Cal Thomas | September 13, 2001

Something else died on Tuesday, in addition to thousands of innocent people. It was the doctrine of moral equivalency - the idea that people everywhere are just like us, or can be made so by meeting their demands.

Suzanne Fields | September 13, 2001

The great exercise in self-abuse ended with a whimper, not a bang. The bang was previewed in the Middle East on "Bloody Sunday" in Israel and then played out Tuesday in Washington and New York.

Debra J. Saunders | September 13, 2001

They ravaged the New York skyline as a bitter show of their force. They hijacked planes filled with unwitting passengers to prove that they are as ruthless as they are organized.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 13, 2001

Now again the civilized world has witnessed the true nature of barbarism; not the Hollywood presentation, but the reality.

John McCaslin | September 13, 2001

Shock stirred the usually sleepy motorists waiting on Virginia's George Washington Memorial Parkway to cross the 14th Street Bridge into Washington.

Armstrong Williams | September 13, 2001

Two hijacked planes had just smashed into the World Trade Center. The gruesome scene: smoke billowing from the World Trade Center, both towers broken apart like toy models.

Robert Novak | September 13, 2001

Security experts and airline officials agree privately that the simultaneous hijacking of four jetliners was an "inside job," probably indicating complicity beyond malfeasance.

Wed, Sep 12, 2001

Michelle Malkin | September 12, 2001

September 11, 2001, 10:30 am EST. This day's infamy is only just beginning to dawn as chaos fills the television screen, tears fill my eyes, and terror presses up into my throat.

Walter E. Williams | September 12, 2001

Nowhere do lies and misrepresentation stand out in as bold relief as in the political arena. But how we forget.

David Limbaugh | September 12, 2001

I had almost decided what to write about this morning when I received an e-mail from one of my favorite e-mailers touching on the same subject. I chose to interpret it as a sign.

Cal Thomas | September 12, 2001

The United States of America has been attacked in an act of war that reminds us of the secret and unprovoked attack on Pearl Harbor 60 years ago. Except this time, the attack was not by a nation-state.

Debra J. Saunders | September 12, 2001

"Bear in mind what it is that made this country great," attorney Teresa Zuber tells me.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 12, 2001

A teacher re-certification system, under which public schoolteachers take special "development" courses to boost their knowledge and teaching skills, was started a year ago in Illinois.

Bruce Bartlett | September 12, 2001

The date of Sept. 11, 2001, will now also go down in history as a "day of infamy."

Charles Krauthammer | September 12, 2001

Secretary of State Colin Powell's first reaction to the day of infamy was to pledge to ``bring those responsible to justice.'' This is exactly wrong.

Kathleen Parker | September 12, 2001

I don't know when I've laughed so hard. Waco was a gas, then came the witty Elian rescue. You have to hand it to Rambo Reno - she's a character!

John McCaslin | September 12, 2001

Anybody who's visited the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington knows what a moving experience it is to read the 58,226 names on The Wall.

George Will | September 12, 2001

The acrid and unexpungable odor of terrorism, which has hung over Israel for many years, is now a fact of American life. Tuesday morning Americans were drawn into the world that Israelis live in every day.

Jack Kemp | September 12, 2001

Monetary deflation continues to suck the oxygen right out of the world economy, and markets last week revealed lost hope for a sustained recovery any time soon.

Tue, Sep 11, 2001

Debra J. Saunders | September 11, 2001

Billionaire Jim Clark expects the world to applaud his decision to withhold $60 million of a $150 million pledge to Stanford as his protest against federal stem-cell and cloning policies.

Maggie Gallagher | September 11, 2001

A little more than a week ago, according to police reports, a woman named Nicole walked into the Wiens' house with a bottle of whipped cream and some sex toys, looked around at the mob of boys and girls, and said something like, "Aren't some of these a little young for my act?"

Bill Murchison | September 11, 2001

The immigration question becomes more politicized than ever before in American history: which is a rotten shame.

Jacob Sullum | September 11, 2001

Despite what pot smokers say, it's not true that marijuana never killed anybody. It killed Grover Crosslin and Rolland Rohm.

William F. Buckley | September 11, 2001

Sen. Tom Daschle, looking as if he were struggling to avert his gaze from the sack of Rome, tells us on television two or three times every day that he cannot stand the mere thought of it, that Candidate Bush would say one thing about Social Security and the fiscal surplus and contemplate, now, something else.

Bruce Bartlett | September 11, 2001

In July, World Bank economist William Easterly published a widely praised new book, "The Elusive Quest for Growth" (MIT Press).

Marvin Olasky | September 11, 2001

One hundred years ago this week, on Sept. 14, 1901, one of the greatest American presidents took the oath of office. When President William McKinley died at an assassin's hand, Theodore Roosevelt succeeded him.

John Leo | September 11, 2001

The United Nations has another September problem now, smaller but in many ways more interesting than the race conference disaster in Durban, South Africa.

Mon, Sep 10, 2001

Thomas Sowell | September 10, 2001

The predictable media reaction to Gary Condit's bobbing and weaving has been to say that he should be candid, come clean and "get all this behind you."

Michelle Malkin | September 10, 2001

For millions of naturalized Americans like my parents, the oath of allegiance is sacred. It is a solemn public commitment to embrace and defend American laws and institutions.

Larry Elder | September 10, 2001

"Society pushes you back into the same pile of s--- you came out of." Chino, a "hardened gang member," offered this excuse as his rationale for joining a gang.

Mona Charen | September 10, 2001

Whether Yates is ultimately judged sane or insane, isn't there something repellent about expressing such sympathy for a woman who has methodically drowned her five children?

Oliver North | September 10, 2001

When we were sending our four children to grade school, our major concerns were ensuring they learned what they needed to know and didn't lose their lunch boxes, book bags or mittens in the process.

Debra J. Saunders | September 10, 2001

"Words Can Heal" is the name of the latest celebrity-endorsed cause. Its goal is to "reduce verbal violence and gossip." Too bad that it fights gossip and verbal abuse with celebrities who hire PR flacks, politicians and a warped message.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 10, 2001

There is a stupendous revelation to be mined from the punditry surrounding North Carolina Sen. Jesse Helms' recent announcement not to seek re-election.

Bruce Bartlett | September 10, 2001

The recent United Nations conference on racism in Durban, South Africa, raised again the issue of reparations for slavery.

Robert Novak | September 10, 2001

Experienced GOP politicians on Capitol Hill, who unlike President Bush must run for office in 2002, peer into the economic abyss and see a Democratic tidal wave.

Larry Kudlow | September 10, 2001

Economic recovery is just around the corner, if you're to believe leading officials at the Federal Reserve, the Treasury and the White House.