Sat, Dec 01, 2001

David Limbaugh | December 01, 2001

When I first heard that President Bush was contemplating an executive order to establish military tribunals to try terrorists, I just knew that many liberals (and civil libertarians) would go bonkers.

Pat Buchanan | December 01, 2001

When Leon Czolgosz shot President William McKinley in 1901, he was tried before a civilian court, as was Giuseppe Zangara, the would-be assassin of President-elect Franklin Roosevelt in 1933.

Fri, Nov 30, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 30, 2001

Why do they hate us so? And what can we do to understand their point of view?

Michelle Malkin | November 30, 2001

Some American banks just don't get it. Here we are, at war with deadly foreign terrorists who exploited our lax immigration policies, and what are these U.S. financial institutions doing?

Jonah Goldberg | November 30, 2001

Here in Washington, conservatives are calling it the "new war on Ashcroft."

Mona Charen | November 30, 2001

We've seen ample evidence during the past 10 weeks of the capacity of Middle Eastern people to indulge in self-delusion and downright lies.

Oliver North | November 30, 2001

You gotta love irony. This week, a condom manufacturer announced the results of a worldwide survey on sex and proclaimed the United States the "world's sexual superpower."

Charles Krauthammer | November 30, 2001

Just weeks ago the Middle East experts were warning that such violations of Islamic sensibilities would cause an explosion of anti-Americanism.

Larry Kudlow | November 30, 2001

For more than a year, a majority of economic commentators have tried to persuade the world that the collapse of technology stocks, the slump in technology-linked capital spending and the economy's overall decline represented nothing more profound than a puncture in a speculative bubble.

George Will | November 30, 2001

The official certifiers have certified that since March the economy, after a 10-year expansion, the longest in U.S. history, has been in a recession, the 10th since 1945.

Ross Mackenzie | November 30, 2001

The talk is turning to the next stage, Phase II, in what may become the 100 Years War Against Terror.

John McCaslin | November 30, 2001

Obviously it's not just anthrax-laden mail that certain Americans are concerned of coming into contact with. It's anthrax-contaminated mailmen.

Thu, Nov 29, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 29, 2001

The headline on the cover of the November 12th issue of The New Republic magazine read "Losing the War," and the cover featured a caricature of President Bush in a ridiculous pose, and with a ridiculous expression on his face, winding up to throw missiles.

Ann Coulter | November 29, 2001

This week's winner for best comedy line about the war is New York Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer.

Larry Elder | November 29, 2001

There's an average-looking guy seeking a lifelong female companion, who adamantly adheres to one rule -- no cigarette smoking. He meets, however, an attractive, smart, witty, vibrant person of good character with one flaw: she smokes. What to do, what to do?

Suzanne Fields | November 29, 2001

Earth-shattering events usually shatter certain long-held beliefs as well. The Stoic gives in to emotional outbursts, the Epicurean gives up rich food and wine, the misanthrope begins to love his neighbor.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 29, 2001

As things continue to go awry for Afghanistan's reforming Taliban, they now are seeking sanctuary in their native caves or in political asylum with governments sympathetic to their brand of moral rigorism. If they were a bit more cosmopolitan, they might seek political asylum in Montgomery County, Md.

Joel Mowbray | November 29, 2001

It wouldn't have taken a fortune-teller to figure that the new hit movie, Shallow Hal, would be stirring up controversy in our overly sensitive society.

Ross Mackenzie | November 29, 2001

The news from the terror front comes in torrents: the Taliban practically routed, falling-out among the Afghan tribes, attention turning to ferreting out Osama and the war's next phase...

Robert Novak | November 29, 2001

On his Concorde dash to Washington early this month, British Prime Minister Tony Blair did more than plot anti-terrorism strategy with George W. Bush.

Bruce Bartlett | November 29, 2001

The odds that a stimulus package could now be passed in time to actually stimulate the economy before it recovers on its own are close to zero.

Wed, Nov 28, 2001

Michelle Malkin | November 28, 2001

A week after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on America, four Muslim students claimed that their public college professor called them "Nazis," "murderers" and "terrorists."

Walter E. Williams | November 28, 2001

I am pleased and proud to report that our department heads the list of some 69 Southern university Ph.D. granting economics departments.

Brent Bozell | November 28, 2001

Our popular culture is becoming ever raunchier as the entertainment industry revels in its favorite pastime, envelope-pushing.

Jonah Goldberg | November 28, 2001

For all of the heat generated by the current firestorm over human cloning, it's shed very little light.

David Limbaugh | November 28, 2001

As more time has passed since the Sept. 11 attacks, we're starting to see a more subtle variety of dissent from the multi-pronged strategy outlined by President Bush in our long-term war against terrorism.

Cal Thomas | November 28, 2001

The company believes that cloning human cells will accelerate the development of new treatments for Parkinson's disease, ALS, diabetes, AIDS, cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's disease and numerous other maladies.

Pat Buchanan | November 28, 2001

Five days after declaring war on terrorism, the president urged Americans to be patient: "This crusade ... is going to take awhile."

Phyllis Schlafly | November 28, 2001

Since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, support for the United States has poured in from around the world, but the response from Mexico has been decidedly lukewarm.

John McCaslin | November 28, 2001

Ask what they have done for their country, suggests one Washington public-policy group, after the left and right converged last week to honor Robert F. Kennedy by naming the Justice Department building after him.

Armstrong Williams | November 28, 2001

The Advanced Cell Technology Institute recently announced that it has successfully cloned the first human embryo.

William F. Buckley | November 28, 2001

There is a brand of turmoil out there that one can reasonably call "op-ed turmoil.

Jack Kemp | November 28, 2001

Don't be misled by the illusion of bipartisanship conjured up in pictures of President George W. Bush and Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle hugging.

Kathleen Parker | November 28, 2001

The nice thing about pacifists is that there are so few of them.

Tue, Nov 27, 2001

Thomas Sowell | November 27, 2001

He could be generous, he could be irascible, but he could never be anything other than Glenn Campbell.

Cal Thomas | November 27, 2001

President Bush has encouraged all Americans to return to a normal life and some lawmakers are obeying. They are returning to the practice of passing dumb and outrageous laws.

Linda Chavez | November 27, 2001

It barely made news last week, but a hundred years from now, the big story out of 2001 may not be the attack on America or the war in Afghanistan but what happened in a petri dish in Worcester, Mass.

Maggie Gallagher | November 27, 2001

In line with the Campaign's security policies and in deference to your wish to remain out of the publicity glare, I am forwarding this progress report through the usual back channels.

Frank Gaffney | November 27, 2001

Every skilled government official knows the magic words: "What the President meant to say is...." And with good reason.

Bill Murchison | November 27, 2001

"Can" isn't the same as "will," but when the topic is human cloning the two are chillingly close. Genetic twins, you might say.

Jacob Sullum | November 27, 2001

The activists and politicians who support laws banishing smoking from private offices, bars and restaurants have never shown much concern for property rights.

Armstrong Williams | November 27, 2001

Against the backdrop of Sept. 11, I found myself wondering how an infinitely good and powerful God could permit such tragedies to happen?

Joel Mowbray | November 27, 2001

Though at first blush it may not seem like a tremendous sacrifice, the White House has canceled all holiday tours of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the first time since the end of World War II.

Bruce Bartlett | November 27, 2001

In a recent column, I listed the top 10 patriotic songs of my lifetime (i.e., the rock era). It generated more mail than I have ever gotten before, with many good suggestions.

Marvin Olasky | November 27, 2001

Welcome back, liberalism. The New York Times is nattering about FBI interrogation of possible terrorists, and The Washington Post is muttering about military tribunals for terrorists.

Mon, Nov 26, 2001

Brent Bozell | November 26, 2001

Even the airplane-crash attacks of Sept. 11 could not stop the cultural list-makers from constructing new lists of what's in and out.

Suzanne Fields | November 26, 2001

During the Clinton years, I often spoke to groups of women (and some men) about the role of the first lady. Feminists usually defended Hillary's usurpation of power.

Debra J. Saunders | November 26, 2001

The University of California once again is fiddling with its admissions policies. UC used to admit 50 percent to 75 percent of students based on academic scores alone.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 26, 2001

A couple of weeks back, when the resolve of America's culturatii was beginning to go wobbly, they began to blubber that the bin Ladins of this world had some grounds for their complaints against this rapacious country of ours.

Robert Novak | November 26, 2001

"It terrifies us," said a national Republican operative, reacting to last Tuesday's special Congressional election.

Kathleen Parker | November 26, 2001

With George W. Bush, they're going to have to invent a new fluoropolymer. Almost a year into his first term in office, he's got a 90 percent approval rating, the highest for the longest period of any president in history.

John Leo | November 26, 2001

The chattering classes are sullen. The president they were sure was a foolish bumbler is doing rather well. He has been patient and forceful.

George Will | November 26, 2001

When Colin Powell retired as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff in 1993 he quoted Thucydides: ``Of all manifestations of power, restraint impresses men most.''