Sat, Oct 06, 2001

David Limbaugh | October 06, 2001

President Bush has many attributes that suit him for his current role as the nation's wartime president, but none is serving him better than his deep-seated sense of moral clarity.

Robert Novak | October 06, 2001

Saudi Arabia has sought President Bush's help in asking Britain for the return of alleged terrorist Mohammed Masari, a foe of the Saudi royal regime who has congratulated the perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attack on America.

Fri, Oct 05, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 05, 2001

This is the story of the boy who cried "Muslim." It's a story about the obscene exploitation of tragedy, the selfish abuse of public sympathy, and the trashing of truth and honor under the guise of promoting tolerance.

Brent Bozell | October 05, 2001

In the world of public policy there are liberals, there are hardened leftists, and then there's the hate-America crowd.

Jonah Goldberg | October 05, 2001

It's disconcerting to see columns like Jim Hoagland's Washington Post column entitled "Government Makes a Comeback," or to see Congressional pork justified by polls showing Americans support their government.

Mona Charen | October 05, 2001

Until Oct. 3, the Bush administration had achieved nearly perfect pitch in the war against terror. Along with Prime Minister Tony Blair, President Bush had captured, in word and deed, the magnitude of the life or death struggle we now face against Islamo-fascism.

John McCaslin | October 05, 2001

Tourists have not been flocking to Washington in the wake of the last month's terrorist attacks, which is providing local residents a wonderful opportunity to rediscover their roots.

Charles Krauthammer | October 05, 2001

Let's begin at the beginning. No one, hawk or dove, sought this war. This war was declared on us. The only question is how to prosecute it.

Larry Kudlow | October 05, 2001

From Robert Rubin to Alan Greenspan to Paul O'Neill to George Bush, just about everyone in Washington is talking about a small economic stimulus package that won't drive up long-term interest rates.

Thu, Oct 04, 2001

Ann Coulter | October 04, 2001

Let's hope seven days is enough for the government to perform a thorough intelligence-based investigation of a million Muslim immigrants!

Larry Elder | October 04, 2001

Question: When does an economic "stimulus" package, well, stimulate the economy?

Jonah Goldberg | October 04, 2001

Personally, I am outraged that The New York Times is censoring me. They've consistently refused to publish even one of my columns.

Cal Thomas | October 04, 2001

The Bush administration appears ready to make a serious foreign policy mistake at the moment it is trying to stamp out the evil of terrorism as practiced by Osama bin Laden and his followers.

Suzanne Fields | October 04, 2001

"Loose lips sink ships" was a popular admonition during World War II, addressed sharply to anyone tempted in a weak moment to spill the beans and help the enemy by supplying information, however innocently intended.

Debra J. Saunders | October 04, 2001

The blame-America crowd has taken to calling Osama bin Laden a creature of the CIA, a horrific example of "blowback" -- the term used when trained operatives later and unexpectedly turn on their creators.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 04, 2001

He's going to fight! No, I am not referring to Osama bin Laden or Saddam Hussein. I am referring to the Comeback Kid.

Bruce Bartlett | October 04, 2001

The Bush administration appears to be shying away from it, but many analysts believe that cutting the capital gains tax is the best thing Congress can do to aid the economy quickly.

John McCaslin | October 04, 2001

The Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Defense Department and FBI should all get a much-needed financial boost this week as Congress moves forward on its national security agenda.

George Will | October 04, 2001

In a 1993 referendum, New York City voters did what voters have done almost everywhere they have been allowed to vote on the subject: They imposed term limits on elected officials. Giuliani supported term limits for mayor and city council.

Robert Novak | October 04, 2001

George Herbert Walker Bush generally keeps out of substantive policy debates, limiting public remarks to praise of and support for his son.

Wed, Oct 03, 2001

Thomas Sowell | October 03, 2001

Back on September 28, 1993, a group of parents of late-talking children was formed for mutual support, with my help, and grew until there were 55 families, scattered from coast to coast.

Michelle Malkin | October 03, 2001

The media snobs are at it again. Wrinkling their noses at flag pins and patriotic ribbons. Tiptoeing around the word "terrorist." Preening about their precious "objectivity," "neutrality" and "independence."

Walter E. Williams | October 03, 2001

Each semester, I spend a few minutes explaining to my students, both graduate and undergraduate, the first and second laws of thermodynamics.

Brent Bozell | October 03, 2001

In fat and happy times in America, irreverence was a charming trait, striking a lot of chords in a culture that prizes free speech, irresponsible or not.

Jonah Goldberg | October 03, 2001

Let's take a break from war talk to discuss what would certainly be the most important event in the world if the tragedy of Sept. 11 hadn't happened.

David Limbaugh | October 03, 2001

Just what is it about the flag that certain journalists and academics find repugnant? How does expressing allegiance to it conflict with their so-called duty to be objective?

Cal Thomas | October 03, 2001

You know the old saying, "Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me." How does that apply in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 act of war against our country?

Debra J. Saunders | October 03, 2001

A new Star Trek series, "Enterprise," charts a new twist in the spate of TV series spawned by Gene Roddenberry's first Star Trek series.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 03, 2001

After the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995, the Left moved quickly to use it as an excuse to exact Draconian federal gun control.

Frank Gaffney | October 03, 2001

Among the most memorable passages in President Bush's extraordinary address to the joint session of Congress on Sept. 20 was the challenge he posed to others around the world.

Maggie Gallagher | October 03, 2001

The night before he died, Mohammed Atta (no doubt) did what the just-released memo found in his luggage urged him and his 18 fellow hijackers to do:

Armstrong Williams | October 03, 2001

The Supreme Court announced last week that it will decide the constitutionality of a Cleveland school voucher program that applies tax dollars toward sending underprivileged children to private schools.

William F. Buckley | October 03, 2001

Whatever is or is not authentic transcription of Islamic dogma, we do know that the people who ran the airliners into the World Trade Center believed that a Koranic voice was telling them to do what they did.

Jack Kemp | October 03, 2001

In addition to America's battle plan for the war on terrorism, we have to develop a battle plan to combat recession.

Kathleen Parker | October 03, 2001

My first reaction to the terrorist attacks was: Arm the women. Not us. We're already armed with education and freedom, two things Muslim women in some sectors aren't allowed to have.

Tue, Oct 02, 2001

Thomas Sowell | October 02, 2001

Terrorist organizations in the Middle East are trying to bill the current crisis as a confrontation between Islam and the West -- as in the Jihads and Crusades of centuries past.

Jonah Goldberg | October 02, 2001

Bill Maher, host of ABC's "Politically Incorrect," is under attack. Sears and Federal Express pulled their sponsorships of the show. Viewers are angry.

Cal Thomas | October 02, 2001

If there were such things as prophets in our day, as there were in ancient times, former (and perhaps future) Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would be one.

Suzanne Fields | October 02, 2001

Winston Churchill, who was a war correspondent before he was a politician, once called being shot at - and missed - the most exciting thrill in life.

Linda Chavez | October 02, 2001

Is it time to rethink American immigration policy in the face of a clear and present danger from foreign-born terrorists?

Jacob Sullum | October 02, 2001

"Freedom itself was attacked this morning," President Bush declared on Sept. 11. Many have echoed him in the weeks since then, arguing that the terrorists behind the attacks despise our way of life, which they seek to disrupt by inciting fear.

Bill Murchison | October 02, 2001

We can -- ummm -- hale the Taliban before the international criminal court. That's according to one of the marchers in Sunday's anti-war demonstrations.

Kathleen Parker | October 02, 2001

As God and country become one again, at least two Americans must feel born (yet) again. I'm thinking, of course, about the Rev. Jesse Jackson, whose church is the Whole Wide World, and the Rep. Gary Condit, whose body is anyone's temple.

Ross Mackenzie | October 02, 2001

Some take profound offense at the very suggestion of anything good about the Sept. 11 introduction to the war we are in. So much enormity, death, mayhem and agony; so much forever changed.

John McCaslin | October 02, 2001

When "Ma Bell," and particularly cellular phones, failed to function properly on the day terrorists struck Washington and New York, everybody from the nation's leaders concerned about more attacks to mothers worried about the safety of their children relied on the Internet to communicate.

Bruce Bartlett | October 02, 2001

Economists of all political stripes are scrambling to come up with plans to stimulate the economy.

Marvin Olasky | October 02, 2001

Whatever happened to repentance? For several thousand years, the advent of disaster has always pushed Christians and Jews toward introspection.

Mon, Oct 01, 2001

Brent Bozell | October 01, 2001

Despite the outpouring of media patriotism these past two weeks, nobody expected that the long march through the terrorist menace would commence without some journalists sounding disturbing old notes of moral equivalence.

Debra J. Saunders | October 01, 2001

The day after the carnage, California Peace Action warned, "To act with disregard for the lives of those who are not directly responsible for the attacks on the United States lowers us to the same level as those who perpetrated the barbarity of Tuesday's attacks."

Larry Kudlow | October 01, 2001

Crucial to winning the global war against terrorism is a bold plan to wage war on the domestic recession. But Washington has no such plan.

George Will | October 01, 2001

Americans are impatient problem-solvers, so here are three things that should be done, the doing of which will assuage any sense the nation is having trouble gaining traction in the tasks at hand.

William F. Buckley | October 01, 2001

He is the most famous economist alive, and -- to the regret of friends of liberty and prosperity -- the most influential.

John Leo | October 01, 2001

Spend a few hours on a computer search, and you get some idea of how the American campus is reacting to the current crisis. It isn't pretty.

Robert Novak | October 01, 2001

Renowned Afghan freedom fighter Abdul Haq is ready to slip through the Pakistan border into Afghanistan to organize insurrection against the Taliban regime. Experts see an excellent chance for success -- unless an attack by the Americans intervenes.