Sat, Oct 13, 2001

David Limbaugh | October 13, 2001

Two recent events poignantly illustrate the unmasked hostility some in this nation have toward God. They insist that they are motivated by adherence to lofty constitutional principles, but are they?

Robert Novak | October 13, 2001

Federal security experts are pressing Congress to adjourn for the year in the interests of security, but the lawmakers won't be hurried and may be in session another six weeks.

Fri, Oct 12, 2001

Ann Coulter | October 12, 2001

Under the affirmative action program now pending before the Supreme Court in Adarand Constructors v. Mineta, each of the 12,000 boys born in Pakistan last year who were named "Osama" would be granted preferential treatment over American-born whites.

Thomas Sowell | October 12, 2001

While baseball fans and the media have been focussed on Barry Bond's record-breaking home-run feats, far less attention has been paid to his other feats that have been even more spectacular -- and, in fact, unique.

Michelle Malkin | October 12, 2001

Before 9-11, there was 10-12. On this dark day, one year ago, a bomb ripped through the USS Cole -- and tore apart the lives of 17 American families who lost loved ones in the terrorist attack.

Brent Bozell | October 12, 2001

The war on the terrorists in Afghanistan has begun, and so have the first examples of a journalistic neutrality fetish. But those occasional outbursts are easy to find.

Jonah Goldberg | October 12, 2001

Suddenly, serious people are rethinking an old idea that's time has come again: colonialism.

Mona Charen | October 12, 2001

Though America is said to be more united today than at any time since World War II -- and this is true -- a month after the attack, old fissures are beginning to crack the surface.

Oliver North | October 12, 2001

Ever since the brutal terrorist attacks of 9-11, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has been trying to insinuate himself into the U.S.-led effort to counter the scourge of terrorism.

Debra J. Saunders | October 12, 2001

George Orwell would have loved UC-Berkeley Student Senate Bill 67.

Kathleen Parker | October 12, 2001

Like me, you've probably been waiting impatiently for Richard Gere to speak up about the terrorist assault on America.

Charles Krauthammer | October 12, 2001

It is one of the glories of America that it rebuilt its enemies after the Second World War. On Oct. 4, 2001, that same America announced that it would be devoting one-third of a billion dollars in aid to Afghanistan.

Larry Kudlow | October 12, 2001

Almost unnoticed in the wave of economic pessimism accompanying the war against terrorism is the precipitous plunge of oil prices.

John McCaslin | October 12, 2001

Wayne Newton has officially become the next Bob Hope.

Thu, Oct 11, 2001

Thomas Sowell | October 11, 2001

Professors, journalists and others who have made grossly offensive remarks in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attack are shocked that other Americans are criticizing them for it.

Brent Bozell | October 11, 2001

Next Monday marks the fiftieth anniversary of the premiere of "I Love Lucy."

Larry Elder | October 11, 2001

The Islamic-Christian Summit met, after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, for two days in Rome.

Cal Thomas | October 11, 2001

"The task for us is difficult, but not impossible," said Tom Ridge, America's new director of homeland security.

Suzanne Fields | October 11, 2001

What a country. While the nation is still mourning its dead from Islamic terrorists, "West Wing," the popular television series about a fictional president in the White House, demonstrates how quickly everything becomes current and topical.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 11, 2001

This time around, we are displaying the flag, and the ribbons we display on our clothes and on our buildings are ribbons of red, white and blue -- the colors of the country.

Ross Mackenzie | October 11, 2001

Comments by others relating to the Sept. 11 horror, the October retaliation and the war we are in....

Bruce Bartlett | October 11, 2001

On Oct. 5, George W. Bush made abolition of the corporate alternative minimum tax (AMT) a key element of his economic stimulus proposal.

Robert Novak | October 11, 2001

Beginning this week, the 41-member House Ways and Means Committee will start shaping a tax bill that is intended to revive the economy but fills key Republicans with fear and frustration.

Wed, Oct 10, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 10, 2001

Here is the surest way for government officials to stoke nationwide fear about bioterrorism in this country: Treat the American public like children.

Walter E. Williams | October 10, 2001

Aren't you a bit perplexed at how rapidly our FBI and CIA identified, arrested or detained so many people involved in the terrorist attack? The answer's easy.

Jonah Goldberg | October 10, 2001

Was Sept. 11 about Israel? This is a difficult question to discuss with someone who either hates Israel or is viscerally opposed to America's support for the Jewish state.

David Limbaugh | October 10, 2001

Many are speculating about why radical Muslim terrorists hate America so passionately. It's an important question that needs to be addressed, but not primarily for the reasons some may think.

Debra J. Saunders | October 10, 2001

For all his bashing of America, Osama bin Laden truly has embraced America's culture of victimhood.

Linda Chavez | October 10, 2001

We are not fighting a war on terrorism. Terrorism is the means by which our enemy chooses to wage war against us, but we should not confuse its tactics with the nature of the enemy itself.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 10, 2001

The current attempt to inflict Americans with the burden of having to carry a national ID card did not begin on Sept. 11 and, indeed, is unrelated to it.

Jack Kemp | October 10, 2001

Last week, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donahue invited me to join a delegation to New York City to demonstrate our confidence in air travel and to demonstrate that the Big Apple is open for business.

William F. Buckley | October 10, 2001

Robert Novak, much admired in this quarter, reported on his "Crossfire" program that conservatives were deeply divided on the matter of whether the United States should strike out against Saddam Hussein.

John McCaslin | October 10, 2001

At 10 a.m. on the morning of Sept. 11, as America was coming under terrorist attack, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission went to its highest level of security.

Tue, Oct 09, 2001

Mona Charen | October 09, 2001

On Sept. 12, 2001, as the United States reeled, the Voice of America featured two interviews with Muslim clerics, one more anti-American than the other.

Cal Thomas | October 09, 2001

It is simultaneously comforting and disconcerting to see armed troops at America's airports.

Debra J. Saunders | October 09, 2001

If the United States were to walk away from Israel, would Osama bin Laden and terrorist networks back off, as some San Francisco Chronicle readers apparently believe?

Jacob Sullum | October 09, 2001

Shortly after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, House Speaker Dennis Hastert announced that he had put together a special advisory panel: the Speaker's Task Force for a Drug Free America.

Bill Murchison | October 09, 2001

"They" -- the Taliban -- "were given the choice of siding with justice, or siding with terror. They chose terror."

Kathleen Parker | October 09, 2001

"We're in trouble, big trouble. America is too open a society to prevent this type of attack. We're too trusting, too faithful, and if you think about it, too honest.

Bruce Bartlett | October 09, 2001

Although Republicans and Democrats are joined at the hip on issues directly related to the war effort and relief, they remain divided on others.

Armstrong Williams | October 09, 2001

In recent conversations, however, experts tell me that fears of a massive chemical or biological assault are overblown.

George Will | October 09, 2001

If economics is a science of single instances, which means not a science, so, too, is war, particularly in an era characterized by both swiftly changing military technologies and the remarkable primitivism of some participants in war.

Robert Novak | October 09, 2001

The internal debate is over what's next. Shall it be an assault on Iraq to get rid of Saddam Hussein once and for all?

Marvin Olasky | October 09, 2001

Islamic terrorists emphasize the war element, but most Muslims emphasize what they call "greater jihad," the internal spiritual struggle of those trying to discipline their character.

Mon, Oct 08, 2001

Oliver North | October 08, 2001

No one in Washington wants to spoil the "bipartisan consensus" or the genial atmosphere that has effused our nation's capital in the aftermath of Osama bin Laden's deadly terror attacks on Sept. 11.

Debra J. Saunders | October 08, 2001

Attorney General John Ashcroft is angry at how long it is taking for Congress to pass the anti-terrorism bill known as the PATRIOT (Provide Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism) Act.

Robert Novak | October 08, 2001

Six days after the terrorist attacks on America, the U.S. Secret Service issued a largely overlooked press release announcing that "due to ongoing security concerns, ...

John Leo | October 08, 2001

Last week's column on the moral stupor of our universities in the face of terrorism generated a lot of interesting mail.

George Will | October 08, 2001

Perhaps now Americans should think about the possibility of a swift, because remarkably brutal, conquest of Taiwan by the People's Republic of China.

William F. Buckley | October 08, 2001

Tuesday's report was that the Bush administration had persuaded U.N. officials in New York that Osama bin Laden was indeed responsible for Sept. 11.