Sat, Nov 24, 2001

David Limbaugh | November 24, 2001

As I was skulking around on, foraging for column fodder, I came across a bizarre article in a bizarre publication.

Pat Buchanan | November 24, 2001

FDR "lied us into war because he did not have the political courage to lead us into it," Rep. Clare Luce blurted out in 1944.

Robert Novak | November 24, 2001

Democratic strategists are urging Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle to forego the Senate's usual post-Christmas recess and stay in session throughout January, in order to give President Bush some competition for public attention.

Fri, Nov 23, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 23, 2001

A tourist in New York's Greenwich Village had his portrait sketched by a sidewalk artist, who charged him $100.

Michelle Malkin | November 23, 2001

Looks like the White House has already traded in its recently adopted motto, "Let's Roll," for a new slogan: "Let's Roll Over."

Brent Bozell | November 23, 2001

In a recent piece for the online magazine Slate, movie producer Lynda Obst ("Sleepless in Seattle," "The Fisher King") wrote, "If (Hollywood's) network, studio, and guild leaders are able to accomplish anything for the war effort or the Bush administration ... it is not for cynical reasons.

Larry Elder | November 23, 2001

University of California Regents recently voted to change their admissions criteria.

Jonah Goldberg | November 23, 2001

We live in a culture that for the most part spends a lot of time concentrating on the dogs that bark instead of the multitude of ones that don't.

Mona Charen | November 23, 2001

Let's get this out of the way: If asked to choose between trying a terrorist and killing him outright on the battlefield, I'm for killing.

Oliver North | November 23, 2001

The chief executive with the highest approval ratings ever recorded hadn't even issued his first presidential pardon -- for a turkey named "Freedom" -- before he was being blasted for abuse of power.

Debra J. Saunders | November 23, 2001

While you're digesting your turkey with your family, close to a thousand women are serving their country from Saudi Arabia.

Maggie Gallagher | November 23, 2001

Nobody understands the importance of religious liberty more than Dayna Curry and Heather Mercer. For 15 dark weeks, Dayna and Heather were locked in a Taliban jail.

Rich Tucker | November 23, 2001

America’s war on terrorism is likely the biggest story any journalist born since 1941 has ever seen. All the major media outlets have poured time, money and manpower into covering it.

Charles Krauthammer | November 23, 2001

Now, it is one thing for the president to affirm American religious tolerance and speak out sternly against anti-Muslim prejudice, as he did early and often after Sept. 11.

Bruce Bartlett | November 23, 2001

A new study suggests that defined-benefit pension plans were a key culprit in the stock market bubble of recent years.

William F. Buckley | November 23, 2001

What do we do, after the noose Secretary Rumsfeld refers to, has tightened to the point of isolating Osama in a cave near Kandahar?

John McCaslin | November 23, 2001

The White House, citing security concerns, has canceled its popular public holiday tours, earning the nickname "Scrooge of the season" from none-too-pleased D.C. Delegate to Congress Eleanor Holmes Norton.

Thu, Nov 22, 2001

Ann Coulter | November 22, 2001

If the airlines had hired the most expensive consultants in the world to try to figure out a way to make the flying experience even more unpleasant than it was before Sept. 11, the consultants would have given up in despair.

Michelle Malkin | November 22, 2001

As we gather for this Thanksgiving dinner, we count our blessings, one by one, and as the list of good things which thou hast given us grows longer and longer, we realize how little appreciation we have expressed for this thy bounty:

Jonah Goldberg | November 22, 2001

There's a fight on the right about civil liberties, and it looks like it's going to be fun.

Cal Thomas | November 22, 2001

Secretary of State Colin Powell told a University of Louisville audience last Monday that he has a "vision" for peace in the Middle East. It's more like a mirage.

Suzanne Fields | November 22, 2001

Thanksgiving is a bittersweet holiday, fraught with memories of loved ones lost and the laughter of children with the future ahead of them.

Debra J. Saunders | November 22, 2001

In the name of god, both men committed atrocities that rank among some of the worst the world has known.

George Will | November 22, 2001

A foolishness of recent decades--a fetishism of rights without parameters--has been partially purged by the heat of burning jet fuel.

Robert Novak | November 22, 2001

A desperately needed bill to protect the nation's insurance industry and the greater economy after Sept. 11 remains in dire peril

John McCaslin | November 22, 2001

Congress thus far has provided the U.S. Postal Service with $100 million for irradiation equipment and $75 million for the protection of postal employees against future biological terrorist attacks.

Wed, Nov 21, 2001

Walter E. Williams | November 21, 2001

Standing in long lines to pass through airport security, I thought: Where's racial and sexual profiling now when it can benefit most, if not all, passengers?

David Limbaugh | November 21, 2001

It may be time for the 9-11 charity relief-fund police to begin phase two of their oversight campaign. If you haven't already heard about it, you're not going to believe this.

Pat Buchanan | November 21, 2001

"Israel controls the Senate," said J. William Fulbright, chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee, in 1973. "We should be more concerned about the United States' interests."

Linda Chavez | November 21, 2001

With the nation at war and so many families anxious about their future, this Thanksgiving holiday presents new challenges.

Phyllis Schlafly | November 21, 2001

"I am ruling out a tax increase," the new governor of debt-ridden New Jersey declared the day after his election. He said he is embarking on "an agonizing reappraisal of what government should do and, perhaps more importantly, what government ought not be doing."

Kathleen Parker | November 21, 2001

The free-speech police are on High Alert these days, as entertainers, journalists and others get a taste of what's being called "censorship" but which is, in most cases, a short course in free-market economics.

Tue, Nov 20, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 20, 2001

There was a time when Thanksgiving meant an occasion for counting our blessings.

Cal Thomas | November 20, 2001

The weapon of choice following the hoped for vanquishing of the Taliban appears to be kindness.

Jacob Sullum | November 20, 2001

Of all the reasons the Bush administration has offered for its plan to try suspected terrorists before military tribunals, the most important one seems to be this:

Bill Murchison | November 20, 2001

The chair declares the floor open for nominations to the dubious title: No. 1 Obstacle to Fuller Appreciation of Civil Liberties.

Frank Gaffney | November 20, 2001

About a decade ago, a President named George Bush dismissed criticism that he was pursuing short-sighted policies by saying he lacked the "vision thing."

Marvin Olasky | November 20, 2001

The ninth inning comeback now occurring in New York City is even more improbable than those the Yankees and Diamondbacks pulled off in the World Series early this month.

Bruce Bartlett | November 20, 2001

For years, a number of economists have been warning that deflation was the economy's most serious problem.

Joel Mowbray | November 20, 2001

The Bush Administration's latest legal move to combat terrorist activity should be viewed skeptically, for it may sacrifice Constitutional principles in pursuit of enhanced safety.

Armstrong Williams | November 20, 2001

As most Americans are tempted by the sweet aromas of turkey and cranberries this holiday season, the family and friends of those who lost their lives in the Sept. 11 attacks and on American Airlines Flight 587 will reconcile themselves to the overwhelming emptiness of death.

Mon, Nov 19, 2001

Brent Bozell | November 19, 2001

Earlier this fall, the Los Angeles-based Media Project, announced the winners of its annual Sexual Health in Entertainment awards for "accurate and honest portrayals of sexuality" on various television programs from the 2000-'01 season.

Suzanne Fields | November 19, 2001

The most important of the top-10 taboos that could get you kicked out of the Taliban, according to David Letterman, is "shaving your beard just to see if the Gillette Mach 3 with patented comfort edges really does give you the cleanest, smoothest shave possible."

Debra J. Saunders | November 19, 2001

Forget all that '70s radical talk about equal justice for the poor and minorities.

John Leo | November 19, 2001

The journalism award for earliest detection of a U.S. quagmire in Afghanistan probably should go to AP reporter Kathy Gannon, filing from Pakistan only a week after the twin towers fell.

Kathleen Parker | November 19, 2001

Famously gay (and funny) Ellen DeGeneres posed this rhetorical question regarding her role as emcee for the Academy Awards: What could be more annoying to the Taliban than a gay woman dressed in a suit, surrounded by Jews?

William F. Buckley | November 19, 2001

The Northern Alliance gang in Kabul reports that our Air Force had a really good hit, an American rocket that opened up a Taliban compound that seems to have been a library/laboratory for ultimate war.

George Will | November 19, 2001

During the current war, Americans are told that it is patriotic to crank up consumption--to go to a mall, a movie and anywhere on a plane. This is the peculiar context in which the president is attempting bifurcated leadership.

Robert Novak | November 19, 2001

On Nov. 9 at a villa outside Rome, Rep. Jim Ryun of Kansas asked the exiled King of Afghanistan whether he would commit a future government in his country to outlawing the opium trade.