Sat, Nov 03, 2001

David Limbaugh | November 03, 2001

OK, I take it back. The world has changed since Sept. 11 – at least many things have changed for America, probably permanently.

Robert Novak | November 03, 2001

While Sen. John McCain was getting battered by his former Republican allies in the House, he engaged in a public love-fest with erstwhile adversary Dick Cheney last week.

Fri, Nov 02, 2001

Michelle Malkin | November 02, 2001

There was a venomous hatefest in the nation's capitol on Halloween night. It was hosted by Malik Zulu Shabazz of the militant New Black Panther Party.

Brent Bozell | November 02, 2001

Journalism schools might proclaim in public that their mission is to mold young reporters into finding and dishing out the largest and most accurate amount of information they can uncover.

Jonah Goldberg | November 02, 2001

The Council on American-Islamic Relations has encouraged its members to launch an e-mail campaign against me because of a recent column I wrote.

Mona Charen | November 02, 2001

There are a few analyses of this war that have already attained the status of cliche. Accordingly, let's bury them.

Cal Thomas | November 02, 2001

Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz told The London Telegraph last week that Britain and the United States should expect a large-scale chemical and biological weapons assault on civilian targets by Osama bin Laden's terrorist group.

Oliver North | November 02, 2001

On Nov. 10, the U.S. Marine Corps will observe its 226th anniversary. On that same day, President George W. Bush will fly to New York City to address the U.N. General Assembly

Debra J. Saunders | November 02, 2001

As negotiators are confabbing in Marrakech to work out the details of the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, the Kyoto-lovers are using the Sept. 11 attacks as a reason why President Bush should embrace global warming treaty after having walked away from it earlier this year.

John McCaslin | November 02, 2001

The ghost of Abraham Lincoln is no doubt nervously floating about the White House as U.S. troops - and all of America - press on in our war against terrorism.

Larry Kudlow | November 02, 2001

Blame for this downturn must be placed squarely at the doorstep of the central bank.

Ross Mackenzie | November 02, 2001

Been there. New York's is not unlike the original - in Hiroshima. Done that, too.

Armstrong Williams | November 02, 2001

It is my honor this week to receive from The Boy Scouts of America, the Whitney Young Service Award for outstanding dedication to youth services.

Thu, Nov 01, 2001

Ann Coulter | November 01, 2001

We've finally given liberals a war against fundamentalism, and they don't want to fight it. They would, except it would put them on the same side as the United States.

Thomas Sowell | November 01, 2001

Poverty used to mean hunger and inadequate clothing to protect you against the elements, as well as long hours of grinding labor to try to make ends meet.

Larry Elder | November 01, 2001

Why did 19 Islamic extremist terrorists attack America on Sept. 11, 2001? Why do so many hate America? Here's how some American children answered those questions.

Suzanne Fields | November 01, 2001

Experience is still the best teacher. If recognizing what we don't know or where we've gone wrong is the beginning of knowledge, we've entered a new phase of civic education.

Maggie Gallagher | November 01, 2001

In New York these days, you run into a lot of conversational fragments, as big and pointed as the jagged shards of the twin towers' facade itself.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 01, 2001

Seven weeks into the war against terrorism, and -- all of a sudden -- the New Seriousness with which America and its allies have been pursuing the war is being put to the test.

George Will | November 01, 2001

On the afternoon of June 7, 1981, Jordan's King Hussein, yachting in the Gulf of Aqaba, saw eight low-flying Israeli F-16s roar eastward.

Bruce Bartlett | November 01, 2001

One of the problems that people like me have in controlling our weight is that once it has risen above some threshold level, there is a tendency to just let oneself go completely.

Robert Novak | November 01, 2001

Unnamed CIA officials flat out lied when they told reporters that the first they had heard from Abdul Haq was his futile plea to be saved from the Taliban fighters who surrounded him and then murdered him last Friday.

Armstrong Williams | November 01, 2001

Six months ago the cynicism directed at George W. Bush was astounding, even by partisan political standards: the Palm Beach butterfly ballot debacle led to derisive snorts about Bush having hijacked the election.

William F. Buckley | November 01, 2001

The listlessness of post-election life by Al Gore gives the impression that the Democratic opposition is asleep, perhaps under the hypnosis of Sept. 11.

Wed, Oct 31, 2001

Michelle Malkin | October 31, 2001

This will be my 16-month-old daughter's first Halloween on foot. Last year, she was a baby bunny who toured the neighborhood in Daddy's arms.

Walter E. Williams | October 31, 2001

College campuses are home to elitists who are out of touch with and have contempt for American values. Let's look at some of their statements after the recent terrorist attacks.

Brent Bozell | October 31, 2001

Much has changed in our world since Sept. 11, but one thing hasn't. There are still some awfully politically confused people in Hollywood.

David Limbaugh | October 31, 2001

President Bush cautioned patience from the beginning saying that we would prosecute the war on our own schedule, not the terrorists'. Perhaps he should now turn to the media and tell them the same thing.

Pat Buchanan | October 31, 2001

To make the Islamic world hate America, the Taliban may poison food packages the U.S. air-drops to Afghan children. So the Pentagon warned last week. After anthrax, food terror may be the next weapon unleashed. Congress is worried.

Debra J. Saunders | October 31, 2001

As the rest of America fears anthrax attacks from anonymous correspondents, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry is galvanized to go after an unestablished health threat.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 31, 2001

If the hijackers had used guns for their crimes on 9/11, we would surely now be caught up in a frenzy of demands that this "lesson" calls for tough gun-control legislation.

John McCaslin | October 31, 2001

The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks launched by 19 foreigners using simple, unconventional weapons will result in the largest insured loss in the nation's history.

Kathleen Parker | October 31, 2001

Just 57 shopping days left until Christmas and we still haven't won this darn war? For heaven's sake, somebody do something.

Jack Kemp | October 31, 2001

In a recent letter to The Wall Street Journal, President George W. Bush's chief economic adviser, Larry Lindsey, said, "The economy needs speedy enactment of the president's (stimulus) plan to encourage both investment and consumption." I respectfully disagree.

Armstrong Williams | October 31, 2001

As New Yorkers huddle together in solidarity following the recent devastating attacks, New York politicians continue to bloody one another with pre-September 11 vigor.

Tue, Oct 30, 2001

Thomas Sowell | October 30, 2001

In a world where the media are ready to magnify innocuous remarks or a minor problem into a trauma or a disaster, there is remarkably little attention being paid to cruelties routinely inflicted on children by our laws and our courts.

Cal Thomas | October 30, 2001

The American psyche, if not American resolve, has been deeply shaken by the events of Sept. 11 and the subsequent anthrax scare.

Oliver North | October 30, 2001

We are now less than six weeks into the first war of the 21st century, and cracks in the coalition are already beginning to appear.

Linda Chavez | October 30, 2001

Anthrax, not the war in Afghanistan, is clearly the top news story of the day. But the media's obsession with anthrax attacks may be endangering all of us in ways neither the media nor government officials have contemplated.

Jacob Sullum | October 30, 2001

It turns out that hand cream I bought at The Body Shop a few years ago was a controlled substance. But it's not anymore. Probably.

Bill Murchison | October 30, 2001

As the man said, a religious war -- the man being Osama bin Laden, his most recent targets (or those of his fervent disciples) being Christians.

Bruce Bartlett | October 30, 2001

One of the basics of liberal dogma is that poverty is the root cause of crime and terrorism.

Charles Krauthammer | October 30, 2001

The war is not going well. The Taliban have not yielded ground. Not a single important Taliban leader has been killed, captured or has defected.

Marvin Olasky | October 30, 2001

Terrifying. Menacing. That's how batters describe Arizona Diamondback pitcher Randy Johnson, who has hit 18 batters this year with pitches that cross home plate at almost 100 miles per hour.

Mon, Oct 29, 2001

Suzanne Fields | October 29, 2001

The Van Ness subway station in Washington was closed the other night after "white powder" was found on the platform. Riders arriving at the station were not told why.

Debra J. Saunders | October 29, 2001

It is too fitting that anti-war types choose to protest U.S. military actions as they carry signs declaring themselves to be "Hate-Free Zones.''

William F. Buckley | October 29, 2001

The world community is prepared to believe that terrorist activity is not an expression of the Islamic faith.

John Leo | October 29, 2001

Free speech is always at risk in wartime, and now it is in danger from both left and right. Look at the local battles over the American flag.

Robert Novak | October 29, 2001

As the candidates lined up at the College of New Jersey last Thursday night, the final formal debate in the campaign for governor seemed a mismatch.

George Will | October 29, 2001

Recently the bodies of 10 men hanged by the British 80 years ago were disinterred in Dublin's Mountjoy prison and their coffins carried in a cortege that paused at the post office where the 1916 Easter Rising began.

Kathleen Parker | October 29, 2001

Suddenly, I'm in love with bills. As a newspaper columnist for nearly 14 years, I've always loved letters, the real kind, hand-written, smudged, bulging with some stranger's comments about something I've written.