Sat, Oct 20, 2001

David Limbaugh | October 20, 2001

The anti-American crowd has adopted as its motto, "Dissent is the true mark of a patriot." How about instead, "Dissent from such mindless strictures of political correctness is a surer mark of a patriot"?

Robert Novak | October 20, 2001

The White House is seriously considering installing Otto Reich as assistant secretary of state for Western Hemisphere affairs through a recess appointment by President Bush after Congress adjourns for the year.

Fri, Oct 19, 2001

Ann Coulter | October 19, 2001

Liberals are up to their old tricks again. Twenty years of treason hasn't slowed them down.

Thomas Sowell | October 19, 2001

The history of the education of blacks in America has become politicized to the point where it is barely recognizable as history, rather than as an arsenal of horror stories to be used in the political wars of today.

Michelle Malkin | October 19, 2001

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., rightly chastised House leaders this week for panicking in the face of anthrax attacks.

Mona Charen | October 19, 2001

Because we have not had a war on our soil in a very long time, we've lost sight of some basics.

Oliver North | October 19, 2001

Senator Joseph Lieberman, a Connecticut Democrat and would-be vice president, became his party's "war hawk" this week.

Debra J. Saunders | October 19, 2001

"When you strike one American, you strike us all,'' President Bush said yesterday at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif. Bush also declared America as "strong and resolved and united.''

Charles Krauthammer | October 19, 2001

The great coalition debate rages. On the one hand are those who argue that the key to winning this war is to establish as broad a coalition as possible.

John McCaslin | October 19, 2001

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is blasting former President Bill Clinton for all but ignoring, during his two presidential terms, hideous terrorist attacks believed to have been orchestrated against the United States by Saudi millionaire Osama bin Laden.

Larry Kudlow | October 19, 2001

Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan presented another of his cover-your-keister testimonies before the Joint Economic Committee this week, and the Dow Jones index dropped 150 points in response.

Kathleen Parker | October 19, 2001

Remember in the good old days before Sept. 11, 2001, when the psyche-probing question was: "Who would you rather have baby-sit your children, Bob Dole or Bill Clinton?"

Thu, Oct 18, 2001

Thomas Sowell | October 18, 2001

Recently a young black man sent a thoughtful e-mail to me. Among his kind comments was an expression of sympathy for the racism that he thought blacks of my generation must have experienced in going through college.

Brent Bozell | October 18, 2001

Life at Penn State University is in sad shape, most noticeably the fabled Joe Paterno's team's attempt at playing the game of football.

Larry Elder | October 18, 2001

Care to revisit, post-Sept. 11, the issue of racial profiling?

Jonah Goldberg | October 18, 2001

In writing, cliches are rightly considered a crime against humanity. But for some reason, they are considered the height of profundity in politics.

Cal Thomas | October 18, 2001

Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat may be the world's biggest recipient of political welfare. He refuses to work toward peaceful relations with Israel.

Suzanne Fields | October 18, 2001

A 5-year-old friend of mine looked up from his toy spaceship the other day to announce that policeman are going to ride on airplanes.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 18, 2001

Since the Korean War in the early 1950s, limited American military engagements, such as the one we are now in, usually follow the same course. First, there is the patriotic effulgence.

John McCaslin | October 18, 2001

The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 have inspired a greater outpouring of patriotism by the American people than most, if not all, previous wars. "The signs of this upsurge are everywhere.

Ross Mackenzie | October 18, 2001

Osama's latest outrage has irrevocably altered the picture here and in the Middle East. For the Palestinians, the jig may be up.

Robert Novak | October 18, 2001

With government service dating back 43 years, Donald Rumsfeld is accustomed to news stories that he does not like.

George Will | October 18, 2001

Those attacks inflicted collateral damage on Schundler's campaign.

Wed, Oct 17, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 17, 2001

Now that everyone on Capitol Hill is popping antibiotic Cipro pills like they were Altoid mints, it is worth reminding our prescription-clutching public servants that their precious drugs don't grow on government trees.

Walter E. Williams | October 17, 2001

Vultures and looters can always be expected in the wake of tragedies; they take advantage of increased opportunities to steal. Looters were arrested in New York -- caught stealing from shops in the rubble of the World Trade Center.

David Limbaugh | October 17, 2001

I sincerely don't want to start an argument over religion, especially in these sensitive times, but I feel compelled to defend the Christian faith so that it does not become "collateral damage" in our war on terrorism.

Debra J. Saunders | October 17, 2001

When Ralph Nader told a San Francisco audience that "truth is the first casualty'' in a nation in crisis, he proved himself right.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 17, 2001

The Patients' Bill of Rights has moved to the back burner on Capitol Hill because of priorities such as closing our wide-open borders and stopping visa approvals to terrorists.

Maggie Gallagher | October 17, 2001

Two interrelated mysteries: Why do so many Arab Muslims think Western civilization is about to collapse? And how could so many well-educated hijackers live among us for so long and not be seduced by our cherished American way of life?

Bruce Bartlett | October 17, 2001

At a recent Cato Institute forum, Douglas Holtz-Eakin of the Council of Economic Advisers argued that the principal reason for an economic stimulus package right now is to improve business and consumer confidence.

William F. Buckley | October 17, 2001

The cross-rhetoric between Israel and the United States -- more specifically, between Prime Minister Sharon and Secretary of State Colin Powell -- reminds us that careful definitions are especially important in tense days.

Jack Kemp | October 17, 2001

George W. Bush demonstrated in his Oct. 11 press conference why he has the potential to be a great American president.

Kathleen Parker | October 17, 2001

Bio-terrorism for dummies - tune in at 6

Armstrong Williams | October 17, 2001

There is no one way to grieve in a situation like this; no one way to heal; no neat and plausible solution. It is the height of both tragedy and absurdity that 5,000 lives would end in one hateful moment.

Tue, Oct 16, 2001

Mona Charen | October 16, 2001

Most of us can live with fear -- not happily, of course, but you endure what you must -- and people are more resilient than our therapeutic culture has suggested lately.

Cal Thomas | October 16, 2001

Just before he left office in 1992, I told then-Vice President Dan Quayle that if he wanted to return to the national stage as a credible political figure he'd have to re-invent himself.

Linda Chavez | October 16, 2001

The fine line between being cautious and becoming totally paranoid has all but disappeared for many Americans.

Jacob Sullum | October 16, 2001

I first downloaded Pretty Good Privacy a couple of years ago, at the request of an interview subject.

Frank Gaffney | October 16, 2001

In all the millions of words that have been spoken and written in recent days about the threats of bio-terrorism and chemical weapons attacks, two have been curiously absent: Arms control.

Bill Murchison | October 16, 2001

The relevance of Barbara Olson's posthumous Clinton book -- its relevance, I say, to the hijacking that cost the author her life last Sept. 11 might or might not be discernible to the naked eye.

Armstrong Williams | October 16, 2001

In the weeks following the September 11 attacks, the American public has been bombarded, through television, with threats issued directly from members of the Al Qaeda network.

Larry Kudlow | October 16, 2001

In a surprising twist to the stock market recovery since the 9/11 terrorist bombing, the beaten down technology sector has actually led the way.

Marvin Olasky | October 16, 2001

In our war against terrorism, it's a good thing that the grown-ups are in charge.

Mon, Oct 15, 2001

Suzanne Fields | October 15, 2001 the caves of Afghanistan. Historians, poets and playwrights, pop culture creators all, are looking for the precise analogy, illuminating metaphor and dramatic scenario to provide insight for living in a world animated by Sept. 11.

Debra J. Saunders | October 15, 2001

The first time we met, I was not as impressed as his handlers had planned.

George Will | October 15, 2001

FBI director Robert Mueller had been on the job one week when the job changed. These days Mueller, 57, works in shirtsleeves in an office near the Strategic Information and Operations Center.

William F. Buckley | October 15, 2001

Others have remarked the irony that we are enjoined to act as though the calendar had traveled from Sept. 10 to Sept. 12, but that we should steel ourselves against the likelihood of renewed terrorist activity.

John Leo | October 15, 2001

The House of Bishops of the Episcopal Church put out a disgraceful statement on the terrorist attacks.

Robert Novak | October 15, 2001

Lord Robertson, NATO's secretary general, on his visit to Washington last week privately and individually briefed U.S. senators he has known since his days as British defense minister during the Kosovo war. He told them there is no evidence -- "not a scintilla," as quoted by one senator -- linking Iraq with the Sept. 11 attack on America.