Sat, Oct 27, 2001

David Limbaugh | October 27, 2001

I was a bit surprised by the reaction to my last column where I argued that we shouldn't underestimate the magnitude of the radical Islam movement. I expected the reaction to come from the other direction.

Pat Buchanan | October 27, 2001

On June 13, 1942, eight trained saboteurs paddled ashore on rafts from Nazi submarines in Florida and Long Island. Carrying fake IDs, explosives and $175,000 in cash, Hitler's agents had come on a mission: Blend into American society and blow up U.S. factories.

Robert Novak | October 27, 2001

Efforts to launch a Pearl Harbor-style commission to investigate roots of the Sept. 11 disaster are being impeded by efforts to protect Janet Reno, who is running an uphill campaign for governor of Florida.

Fri, Oct 26, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 26, 2001

Will Dan Rather please shut up?

Brent Bozell | October 26, 2001

Most members of our media elite today have little use for religion, but there is one thing they do claim to worship: piles and piles of information, as much information as anyone can stand.

Jonah Goldberg | October 26, 2001

When the Justice Department released its revised list of "Most Wanted" criminals two weeks ago, all of the people on the list were Arabic.

Mona Charen | October 26, 2001

For at least 25 years, it has been an article of faith in American policy circles that Persian Gulf oil was vital to American national security.

Rich Tucker | October 26, 2001

Americans are showing support for the country’s leaders, and patriotism is breaking out everywhere. Well, almost everywhere.

Bruce Bartlett | October 26, 2001

Over the last five years, much was heard about the "new economy." This was the idea that trend productivity growth had risen to a permanently higher level as the result of technological innovation.

John McCaslin | October 26, 2001

The mother of United Airlines Capt. Jason M. Dahl, whose heroism aboard Flight 93 on the morning of Sept. 11 saved the lives of countless Americans in Washington, and quite possibly many members of Congress who work in the Capitol, says she accepted her son's tremendous love of flying, but could never quell her concern for his safety.

Charles Krauthammer | October 26, 2001

The bad guys know how to start a bio-panic. Don't go for the jugular. Go for the megaphone. Hit the media and the politicians.

Larry Kudlow | October 26, 2001

While critics on the left and right continue to shoot at the House Republican tax-cut plan, upward-moving stock markets have the more positive take: Never let the good be the enemy of the perfect.

Thu, Oct 25, 2001

Ann Coulter | October 25, 2001

I knew the events of Sept. 11 were big, but I didn't really realize how big until I read in the New York Times that fashion was – and I quote – "Taking a Back Seat To Unfolding Events."

Thomas Sowell | October 25, 2001

For many years now, American students have been coming in at or near the bottom in international tests of mathematics.

Brent Bozell | October 25, 2001

Rick Dunham is a journalist who knows all about being thrust into impossible situations.

Larry Elder | October 25, 2001

"I don't have the knowledge to blame a government," said Bakhtiar Khan, an Afghan man in his mid-twenties.

Cal Thomas | October 25, 2001

Why were we caught with our preparedness pants down on Sept. 11?

Suzanne Fields | October 25, 2001

New York, New York, what a wonderful town. Just now it's a tale of two towns, where the ashes downtown testify to a tragedy and the heroism that lifts the battered human spirit.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 25, 2001

Today in our national discussion of the war against terrorism and against anthrax, a note of grievous apprehension can be heard. In some quarters, we might even detect defeatism.

William F. Buckley | October 25, 2001

The ongoing assimilation of Sept. 11 raises questions theoretical and practical that touch on security.

George Will | October 25, 2001

Conversing with a Western scholar on a flight from one city in Afghanistan to another many years ago, an Afghan said, as his countrymen still like to do, that Afghanistan is a West Asian Switzerland.

Robert Novak | October 25, 2001

Behind the facade of cooperation following the Sept. 11 attacks, less than amicable relations between New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and the FBI have further deteriorated.

Ross Mackenzie | October 25, 2001

No one can fully leave his place in the human race. Each is part and product of it and of his era.

Wed, Oct 24, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 24, 2001

When American pacifists talk about seeking "justice" for terrorists, here is what they mean:

Walter E. Williams | October 24, 2001

Here are some test questions. Question 1: Which of the following is equal to a quarter of a million?

Jonah Goldberg | October 24, 2001

Is Islam the problem? It's an increasingly public debate the White House seems less than thrilled to have.

David Limbaugh | October 24, 2001

President Bush is wise to emphasize that America is at war not with Islam, but with radical Islamic terrorists.

Linda Chavez | October 24, 2001

The Senate two weeks ago unanimously passed an anti-terrorism bill that would make all airport baggage screeners federal employees. But House Republican leaders oppose the measure -- for good reason. It would create a new federal bureaucracy, without insuring more safety. But the Republican approach has a major loophole as well.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 24, 2001

He is doing a good job of the military and diplomatic legs of the U.S. response to terrorism, but it's up to citizens to insist that the response on the homeland front be effective and constitutional.

John McCaslin | October 24, 2001

Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle will be interested to read the response to our item on the calendar date of Sept. 11 becoming a designated national day of mourning and remembrance, per congressional resolution.

Kathleen Parker | October 24, 2001

A marvelous if unnoticed thing is happening under our noses that deserves a round of long-repressed applause.

Jack Kemp | October 24, 2001

In the book of Genesis, Joseph says to his evil-thinking brothers, "You meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive."

Tue, Oct 23, 2001

Cal Thomas | October 23, 2001

One sees many white, Anglo-Saxon, mostly Protestant members of Congress and others on television today vouching for the "peaceful" nature and intent of Islam.

Bill Murchison | October 23, 2001

Over the weekend, the weather could not have been lovelier: soft as a kitten, warm as a puppy.

Maggie Gallagher | October 23, 2001

In long lines for security checkpoints, many of us are learning the answer to the question President Bush, in his landmark Sept. 20 speech before Congress, posed:

Jacob Sullum | October 23, 2001

In 1996, legal scholar Dan Polsby wrote an essay for Reason magazine in which he suggested what might happen if the Second Amendment ever achieved "the status of normal constitutional law."

Larry Kudlow | October 23, 2001

The stock market fatality count following Alan Greenspan's testimony before Congress this week reached about 2 percent, or 200 Dow points.

Armstrong Williams | October 23, 2001

All signs indicate that the recent anthrax attacks came from within.

Marvin Olasky | October 23, 2001

Some liberals and neoconservatives have taken to proclaiming that American goals in our war on terrorism are too limited, and that the broad coalition President Bush has built is restricting our opportunity to bring democracy and liberty to the Islamic world.

Mon, Oct 22, 2001

Brent Bozell | October 22, 2001

In their most idealistic moments, journalists must wish for peace and prosperity in the world, just like anyone else.

Suzanne Fields | October 22, 2001

The Holocaust had begun to feel like ancient history, but the urgent new focus on the Middle East reminds us all how virulent anti-Semitism lives as a force in the world.

Debra J. Saunders | October 22, 2001

There are two ways you can look at the defection of four key Republicans from former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan's exploratory gubernatorial campaign.

George Will | October 22, 2001

Mark Green's long shinny up the greasy pole of city politics will almost certainly be crowned with success when he is elected mayor Nov. 6. He has a difficult act to follow.

John Leo | October 22, 2001

During the go-go '90s, anybody who was anybody went into finance, entertainment, media or law. Those fields are bloated with talent.

William F. Buckley | October 22, 2001

Congress is up against it: What to do about Internet commerce?

Robert Novak | October 22, 2001

The tax stimulus bill awaiting House action this week is a hodgepodge that only a lobbyist could really love.

Bruce Bartlett | October 22, 2001

As Congress presses forward with an economic stimulus package, questions are still being asked about whether it would raise interest rates, thereby negating any stimulus.