Sat, Sep 29, 2001

David Limbaugh | September 29, 2001

In my last column, I outlined reasons for our optimism about the United States' response to the terrorist challenge. To justify our optimism, however, we must be prepared to confront the many obstacles ahead.

Robert Novak | September 29, 2001

No sooner had Congress passed an emergency financial aid package for the airline industry than the steel industry was lobbying for a bailout on grounds that its dire condition was caused by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Fri, Sep 28, 2001

Michelle Malkin | September 28, 2001

Life goes on in the post-9-11 world. So, alas, does death. This weekend, world-renowned violinist Isaac Stern left us after 81 blessed years. He died of heart failure. What a huge, roaring heart it was.

Mona Charen | September 28, 2001

They cannot altogether contain themselves. The America-haters know that at a time like this, the vitriol they usually aim at the United States will not suit the national mood.

Oliver North | September 28, 2001

In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks that made Sept. 11, 2001 the bloodiest day of terrorism in American history, President George W. Bush has met with the leaders of almost every civilized nation that can offer substantive help in prosecuting a worldwide campaign against terrorists.

Charles Krauthammer | September 28, 2001

Yes, we need to get Osama bin Laden. Yes, we need to bring down the terrorist networks. But the overriding aim of the war on terrorism is changing regimes. And it starts with the Taliban.

Larry Kudlow | September 28, 2001

The Dow Jones average rose 424 points in the first two days of trading this week, a number that is not too far from the surprise announcement that 352 people were arrested or detained in the probe of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.

Bruce Bartlett | September 28, 2001

In the 1930s, the United States suffered its worst economic crisis. Eventually, most economists came around to the idea that what the economy needed was large budget deficits and fast money growth from the Federal Reserve

Thu, Sep 27, 2001

Ann Coulter | September 27, 2001

After the World Trade Center was bombed by Islamic fundamentalists in 1993, the country quickly chalked it up to a zany one-time attack and five minutes later decided we were all safe again.

Thomas Sowell | September 27, 2001

Among the suggestions being made for getting the American economy moving up again is a reduction in the capital gains tax.

Debra J. Saunders | September 27, 2001

In a Sunday New York Times full-page ad, spiritualist Deepak Chopra wrote of the Sept. 11 attacks, "Everything has a cause, so we have to ask, what was the root cause of the evil?"

Robert Novak | September 27, 2001

The monumental challenge facing Tom Ridge in battling terrorism on the home front is emphasized by a slowly emerging scandal.

Bruce Bartlett | September 27, 2001

Last week's massive drop in the stock market has led many analysts to believe that we are now in an official recession.

George Will | September 27, 2001

There is a tension between President Bush's properly ambitious war aims, which he has stated with minimal ambiguity, and the process he has set in motion to achieve those aims.

Larry Kudlow | September 27, 2001

Despite overwhelming evidence that deflationary pressures are gathering force through the economy, Alan Greenspan & Co. have apparently decided to cut back on the amount of emergency liquidity they have been injecting into the financial system.

Wed, Sep 26, 2001

Michelle Malkin | September 26, 2001

What's eating Hillary Clinton? Her behavior during President Bush's address to Congress last week was abominable.

Walter E. Williams | September 26, 2001

Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta, Czar Norman, has ordered new, ill-thought out, oppressive airline regulations in the wake of recent terrorist attacks.

Brent Bozell | September 26, 2001

Much has been written about the terrific job done by so many in the wake of the Sept. 11 horror. Now Hollywood is weighing in, and it's played it well so far.

David Limbaugh | September 26, 2001

This column will attempt to answer an e-mail from a mother of three who requested my ideas for a speech she is giving about causes for optimism in view of recent events.

Linda Chavez | September 26, 2001

We are Americans. Our enemies understand this. Unfortunately, it has taken their savage attack to remind us of what some have forgotten.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 26, 2001

The act of war that was committed against America on Sept. 11 has changed the way we look at many things.

Bill Murchison | September 26, 2001

Back safe and sound, you'll be glad (you will, won't you?) to know.

Maggie Gallagher | September 26, 2001

In the ordinary sense of the word, Abe Zelmanowitz was no hero. A saint maybe, but not a hero: Heroes die saving other people's lives.

Jack Kemp | September 26, 2001

Great leaders so often come to us when we least expect them, but need them the most. Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman and Ronald Reagan are examples.

William F. Buckley | September 26, 2001

We are told about the rewards that hypothetically await the Ladenite (as in disciples of Osama bin Laden) if he meets death in inflicting death on the infidel.

Tue, Sep 25, 2001

Thomas Sowell | September 25, 2001

Most of us were horrified to learn that Andrea Yates had killed five of her own children by drowning them -- one at a time -- in a bathtub.

John Leo | September 25, 2001

In the view from my office window, the white cloud rising over the remains of the World Trade Center is on the left, the Statue of Liberty is in the center, and over to the right, just across the Hudson River, is the skyline of Jersey City, N.J.

Mon, Sep 24, 2001

Thomas Sowell | September 24, 2001

Although most Americans seem to understand the gravity of the situation that terrorism has put us in.

Robert Novak | September 24, 2001

George W. Bush's magnificent call to arms last Thursday night did not include an element that Republicans and investors prayed for.

William F. Buckley | September 24, 2001

The president's speech was effective in part because he told Americans that the challenge would require sacrifices.