Sat, Dec 15, 2001

David Limbaugh | December 15, 2001

Liberals, in an effort to recapture political momentum following the terrorist attacks, are portraying themselves as the exclusive guardians of the Constitution.

Pat Buchanan | December 15, 2001

As every schoolchild used to know, the Trojan Horse was the scheme of the "wily Ulysses," one of the Greek warriors besieging Troy. For a decade, the Greeks had failed to capture the great city. In defeat and resignation, they adopted Ulysses' plan.

Robert Novak | December 15, 2001

Republican circles are speculating that when Andrew Card leaves as White House chief of staff, his replacement may be Secretary of Commerce Donald Evans.

Fri, Dec 14, 2001

Michelle Malkin | December 14, 2001

Charity vultures continue to swoop down on New York City and feast on Sept. 11 funds.

Jonah Goldberg | December 14, 2001

Lock 'em up. They are terrorists, and they should get the stiffest punishment allowed by law.

Mona Charen | December 14, 2001

One would rather not be forced to contemplate pure evil at this time of year, but the world marches on -- and today dawns with a videotape of Osama bin Laden exulting in the deaths of thousands of us and promising more to come.

Oliver North | December 14, 2001

On Dec. 11, President Bush returned to the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., where, in Sept. 23, 1999, he set forth a remarkably prescient national security agenda for his presidential campaign.

Debra J. Saunders | December 14, 2001

If ever there's a case that smacks of racial profiling and callous disregard for civil liberties, it's that of Shaquil.

Larry Kudlow | December 14, 2001

As the global war on terrorism escalates, the role of military spending in the budget and the economy will inevitably become larger.

Thu, Dec 13, 2001

Ann Coulter | December 13, 2001

We can only hope the government will deal with California Talibanist John Walker as harshly as it did with Elian Gonzalez.

Thomas Sowell | December 13, 2001

Media bias is no longer news. Poll after poll has shown that the vast majority of journalists vote for Democrats, even though the country as a whole is pretty evenly split between the two major parties.

Brent Bozell | December 13, 2001

Last week, the Federal Trade Commission issued its one-year (15-month, actually) follow-up to its September 2000 report on the marketing of violent entertainment products to children.

Larry Elder | December 13, 2001

Because of the September 11 terrorist attacks, December 7, 2001, the 60th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, became especially significant.

Cal Thomas | December 13, 2001

Not much more can be said or done to relieve the pain and suffering of people whose loved ones were murdered on Sept. 11.

Suzanne Fields | December 13, 2001

War is meant to clarify and simplify. Right and wrong, good and evil stand out in stark contrast.

Emmett Tyrrell | December 13, 2001

Back in the days of the Cold War, when low-lying anxiety about the world's future quivered through this comfortable country, I used to write a special Christmas column.

Ross Mackenzie | December 13, 2001

The War Against Terror proceeds rather nicely, yet it is not the only item in the news. Among other items....

Robert Novak | December 13, 2001

House passage last week of the trade bill should have prompted Republican jubilation.

George Will | December 13, 2001

America's unending political argument is about how freedom both depends on government and is threatened by it, and competes with other values.

Wed, Dec 12, 2001

Thomas Sowell | December 12, 2001

One of the most shameless frauds in academia today is the claim that a new "McCarthyism" is threatening academic freedom.

Michelle Malkin | December 12, 2001

On a cold gray day, the fierce colors of the American flag cloaked Johnny "Mike" Spann's coffin and warmed the air with patriotic incandescence.

Walter E. Williams | December 12, 2001

You'd be surprised by the newly discovered requirements for national security revealed by the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.

Jonah Goldberg | December 12, 2001

On Tuesday, Dec. 11, Sen. Charles Schumer made the formal announcement on The Washington Post op-ed page that the "'new' New Deal" has begun.

David Limbaugh | December 12, 2001

I'm no Brent Bozell or Bernard Goldberg, but I know undisclosed media bias when I see it.

Pat Buchanan | December 12, 2001

Of all the days that will "live in infamy" in American history, two stand out: Sept. 11, 2001, and Dec. 7, 1941.

Debra J. Saunders | December 12, 2001

If Al Qaeda trainee and Taliban fighter John Walker, 20, had been born Abdul Hamid...

Phyllis Schlafly | December 12, 2001

A funny thing happened on the way to Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-Calif.) proposal to take a six-month time-out on issuing visas to foreign students in order to defend Americans from fraud and potential terrorists.

Jack Kemp | December 12, 2001

Yasser Arafat has run out of last chances.

Kathleen Parker | December 12, 2001

Osama has a wife?! Who'd-a-thunk, what with all that macho cave-dwelling?

Armstrong Williams | December 12, 2001

With the administration's broad anti-terrorist measures came painful groans from the left about how the president was paring away our civil rights.

Joel Mowbray | December 12, 2001

When George W. Bush boldly went where no Presidential candidate had gone before-proposing personal accounts for Social Security-conservatives and free market types were giddy at the prospect of true reform becoming reality.

William F. Buckley | December 12, 2001

You begin with what we simply know to be true and can only grit our teeth over: Osama is a hero in great parts of the world.

John McCaslin | December 12, 2001

"Life is not fair: Saddam Hussein still has a job, and I'm unemployed. You know damn well it's not fair."

Marvin Olasky | December 12, 2001

Now that Eric Crouch has won the Heisman Trophy in a very close vote, we can turn to another award that this year is also without a slam-dunk winner: Time magazine's Person of the Year.

Tue, Dec 11, 2001

Cal Thomas | December 11, 2001

The resignation of religious broadcaster Pat Robertson as president and board member of the Christian Coalition pulls the plug on a comatose religious-political body that effectively died more than a decade ago.

Linda Chavez | December 11, 2001

Mary Frances Berry, the chairman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, is a bully.

Jacob Sullum | December 11, 2001

For criticizing President Bush's order authorizing military tribunals, I've been called "nuts," "high," "hateful," a "crybaby," and, perhaps worst of all, "left-wing."

Maggie Gallagher | December 11, 2001

"That b---h is ruining my life," the Hollywood power broker said.

Bill Murchison | December 11, 2001

The mighty warrior John Walker, age 20, bids to become the second most famous personality of the Afghan war, after Osama bin Laden himself.

Armstrong Williams | December 11, 2001

John Philip Walker Lindh, the dulcet boy who grew up in the Washington, D.C. suburbs, then left to study religion abroad in 1997, should be tried for treason.

Bruce Bartlett | December 11, 2001

The tax law has long treated capital gains and losses asymmetrically. All net gains are taxed, but the deductibility of losses is limited.

Mon, Dec 10, 2001

Suzanne Fields | December 10, 2001

Nazi analogies must be carefully chosen, because Nazi evil is, fortunately, rare. But Nazi evil, alas, is not unique.

Debra J. Saunders | December 10, 2001

To understand Franco-American relations before Sept. 11, you need do no more than look at President Bush's pick as ambassador to France.

Robert Novak | December 10, 2001

America's war on terrorism ought to be linked inextricably to the war on drugs. It is not.

William F. Buckley | December 10, 2001

All commemorative utterances these days have in common a low bow -- fearful, inquisitive, chastened -- to the events of Sept. 11.

George Will | December 10, 2001

Last week, in a Los Angeles courtroom not far from where Harrison died, there was a display of a boomer's sense of entitlement to exemption from life's rules.

Kathleen Parker | December 10, 2001

Now that I've extracted a promise from my son that he will never, ever join the Taliban - or any other enemy of the United States - I humbly submit that John Walker is a traitor and should be treated as such.

John Leo | December 10, 2001

In his impressive new book, "Coloring the News," William McGowan has an unusual take on the continuing battle over bias in the news media: