Sun, Nov 11, 2001

Suzanne Fields | November 11, 2001

Before Sept. 11, one of the major battlefields in the culture wars was over what to teach our children about the world they live in - not only what they learn, but how they learn it.

William F. Buckley | November 11, 2001

I have a letter, and my guess is that you have one like it. Mine is from a middle-aged woman who brings me news of her father, an old friend retired in Arizona who slipped out of sight a few years ago.

Sat, Nov 10, 2001

David Limbaugh | November 10, 2001

confess I am sorely tempted to address Bill Clinton's despicable speech saying America's past sins brought on the terrorist attacks, but my brother Rush covered it consummately. Besides, I have a different subject in mind that is just as likely to rile my Democrat friends – both of them.

Mona Charen | November 10, 2001

At the start of the school year, our 9-year-old, David, regaled us with stories about his new gym teacher. "He's a Marine," David proudly announced.

Oliver North | November 10, 2001

It's that time of year again. We're at that occasion on the calendar when we can turn to any political chatter channel and find members of America's elected aristocracy praising our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines.

Debra J. Saunders | November 10, 2001

On Saturday, an unemployed Nepalese national and illegal immigrant named Subash Gurung, 27, made it past airline screening at O'Hare airport with seven knives, a stun gun and a can of pepper spray in his carry-on bag.

Rich Tucker | November 10, 2001

On Thursday, President Bush gave a prime time address to the American people. Including his State of the Union address, it’s only the fifth time he’s spoken in prime time since he became president.

Larry Kudlow | November 10, 2001

About a year ago, newly minted Vice President-elect Dick Cheney described the U.S. economy as being "on the front end of a recession."

Robert Novak | November 10, 2001

Andrew Card's public declaration that he might soon be leaving his post as White House chief-of-staff followed a private rebuke by President Bush in the presence of Republican congressional leaders.

Fri, Nov 09, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 09, 2001

The media seem to be doing a major part of the terrorists' work for them. What is the point of terrorism, after all?

Larry Elder | November 09, 2001

Hold the Red Cross accountable! The headlines seemed unmerciful. Red Cross CEO Bernadine Healy, on the job only two years, suddenly announced her retirement.

Suzanne Fields | November 09, 2001

Is there a gender gap in this country in the war on terror? That depends on who you read.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 09, 2001

For months, the claim running through Washington and inspiring even hardened cynics scanning the political scene is that the Democrats really learned a lot during the 1990s.

Charles Krauthammer | November 09, 2001

So you thought that Sept. 11 changed everything, that the era of game-show frivolity, ``Survivor'' silliness and general self-indulgence had given way to an era of seriousness. Well, not quite.

Robert Novak | November 09, 2001

While Republican spinners publicly dismiss setbacks in Tuesday's scattered off-year elections as isolated mishaps, their leaders truly are filled with fear and loathing about next year.

Bruce Bartlett | November 09, 2001

On Oct. 31, Treasury Undersecretary Peter Fisher shocked the government bond market by announcing an end to the Treasury's 30-year bond.

Thu, Nov 08, 2001

Ann Coulter | November 08, 2001

The main sticking point between the Senate and House versions of the aviation security bill now headed for conference is whether airport magnetometers will be run by private firms or the smooth efficiency of the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Cal Thomas | November 08, 2001

The biggest disappointment for Republicans in last Tuesday's election was the defeat of Bret Schundler for governor of New Jersey.

Rich Tucker | November 08, 2001

Every day, the federal government collects information about you. The Census Bureau knows where you live. The IRS knows where you work. The Social Security Administration knows how much you earn.

George Will | November 08, 2001

Six days before Sept. 11 purged much of the silliness from public life, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, famously imaginative and frequently reversed, outdid itself. Rummaging around in the U.S. Constitution, it discovered that male inmates in prisons have a ``fundamental'' right to procreate by artificial insemination.

Armstrong Williams | November 08, 2001

We're witnessing the dissolution of a decades-old cultural mandate that says, "Black people MUST vote Democratic."

Ross Mackenzie | November 08, 2001

In the terror war, the beat goes on. Herewith, bulletins from various fronts....

Wed, Nov 07, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | November 07, 2001

Osama bin Laden has issued another statement denouncing George W. Bush as the leader of a Christian "Crusader" army.

David Limbaugh | November 07, 2001

In these troubled times, the First Amendment free-speech guarantee has become a glorified refuge for some scoundrels.

Pat Buchanan | November 07, 2001

In "The Collapse of British Power," historian Corelli Barnett savages the men and dogmas that brought his nation down.

Phyllis Schlafly | November 07, 2001

The anthrax scare has made Americans suddenly and acutely very disease conscious.

Maggie Gallagher | November 07, 2001

OK, so here is the question: When it comes to family matters, are things still getting worse, or have they started to get better?

John McCaslin | November 07, 2001

There's much discussion these days in Washington preceding the dangerous cave and tunnel fighting that will be required to uproot Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaida terrorist network from their hiding places.

John Leo | November 07, 2001

By late 1942, after Adolf Hitler had invaded most of the nations of Europe, relentlessly bombed England and declared war on the United States, the vexing question naturally arose:

Jack Kemp | November 07, 2001

David Brooks writes that the terrorist attacks on America constituted a "hinge" event in history that will reshape our culture.

Kathleen Parker | November 07, 2001

In the beginning, it was like a dream. There he was, the president of the United States, looking straight at me with those steely blue eyes, intoning in voce profundo: "Shop." Shop?

William F. Buckley | November 07, 2001

We are at Stage Two of what we call variously "Fighting Back" or "A Nation Challenged" -- whatever.

Tue, Nov 06, 2001

Walter E. Williams | November 06, 2001

Leftist professors have taught generations of students that Adam Smith was an apologist for businessmen.

Cal Thomas | November 06, 2001

The world as we have known it since Sept. 11 has changed, perhaps irrevocably, but some things remain the same.

Linda Chavez | November 06, 2001

With the beginning of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan less than two weeks away, American officials are scurrying to reassure Muslims here and abroad that the United States is not anti-Islam.

Jacob Sullum | November 06, 2001

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld acknowledged the other day that U.S. forces may never locate Osama bin Laden.

Bill Murchison | November 06, 2001

Today's homily, brothers and sisters, was suggested by some religious close-ups that appeared in The Dallas Morning News over the weekend: case studies in the embrace of Islam by Americans.

Bruce Bartlett | November 06, 2001

This experience made me think about other patriotic songs that give comfort during these trying times, and I compiled a list of them.

Marvin Olasky | November 06, 2001

Four years ago, on October 30, 1997, the Centers for Disease Control threw a party. "Come celebrate this important public health achievement," the announcement read. "The global eradication of smallpox is a true triumph of public health."

Armstrong Williams | November 06, 2001

Through great fits and struggles, the monotheistic religion of Judaism birthed Christianity and Islam.

Mon, Nov 05, 2001

Jonah Goldberg | November 05, 2001

Are journalists Americans? Ask this sort of question of the vast majority of columnists, editors, sports, automotive or real estate reporters in this country and they will say, "Hell, yes, we're Americans."

Pat Buchanan | November 05, 2001

"The lamps are going out all over Europe. They will not be lit again in our lifetimes," said Sir Edward Grey, as he watched the lamps being lit in St. James Park, the evening of August 3, 1914.

Suzanne Fields | November 05, 2001

Evil has suddenly become a familiar four-letter word, used in ordinary conversations to describe what's happening in the name of politics and religion.

Debra J. Saunders | November 05, 2001

Eleven days after Sept. 11, United Airlines politely bumped Pakistani immigrant Ahsan Baig from one Philadelphia-bound flight to the next after a pilot incorrectly thought that he saw Baig send a suspicious signal to a fellow passenger.

Robert Novak | November 05, 2001

For the first time since the Sept. 11 terrorist attack, George W. Bush last week laid aside the mantle of non-partisan commander-in-chief.

William F. Buckley | November 05, 2001

President Bush has signed an executive order that assigns to sitting presidents the authority to hold back the publication of papers belonging to antecedent presidents -- even those papers that past presidents would like to release.

Kathleen Parker | November 05, 2001

Bill Clinton may have his Rhodes; Al Gore his book 'n beard. Dick Cheney may have his gravitas; Bob Dole and John McCain their military metals. But George W.'s got a pitch that won't quit.

George Will | November 05, 2001

Attempts to use Sept. 11 events to impart momentum to pre-Sept. 11 agendas are mostly comic, such as the Farm Security Act.