Sat, Dec 22, 2001

David Limbaugh | December 22, 2001

The cultural assault against Christianity continues in America. As our society bends over backward to assure Islam that it is a glorified and peaceful religion, the least it could do is to accord Christianity similar respect.

Linda Chavez | December 22, 2001

If religiosity offends you, perhaps you better not read any further. This is a Christmas column, with no apologies.

Robert Novak | December 22, 2001

Rep. George Miller of California rose during a recent closed-door House Democratic leadership meeting to protest, reflecting discontent in the party caucus with Minority Leader Richard Gephardt.

Fri, Dec 21, 2001

Thomas Sowell | December 21, 2001

Doing the right thing is fun. If nothing else, it surprises people. Best television news anchor man: Brian Williams of MSNBC. The worst? Too many candidates and too close to call.

Michelle Malkin | December 21, 2001

This is supposed to be the season for stealing merry midnight glimpses of our children, nestled all snug in their beds, while icicle lights gleam in the windows.

Brent Bozell | December 21, 2001

News Flash: Jonathan Alter, Newsweek's Senior Editor and "media critic," is angry with conservatives again.

Larry Elder | December 21, 2001

NBA Denver Nuggets coach Dan Issel, after another tough loss at the buzzer, walked off the court toward the locker room. A fan, however, taunted the white coach, calling out, "Issel sucks."

Jonah Goldberg | December 21, 2001

When Geraldo Rivera wanted to be the thinking man's Jerry Springer, he had fat from his own butt injected into his forehead.

Mona Charen | December 21, 2001

There are two new books out documenting the infuriating bias of the press. The first, "Bias" by CBS veteran Bernard Goldberg, is flying off the shelves.

Oliver North | December 21, 2001

It's that time of year again -- that point on the calendar referred to by the politically correct as "the holiday season."

Debra J. Saunders | December 21, 2001

Convicted cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal's motto should be: If at first you don't succeed, keep filing appeals.

Emmett Tyrrell | December 21, 2001

There are times when history's calamities bring with them not only carnage but also unanticipated benefits.

Jacob Sullum | December 21, 2001

Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry offers several rationales for her ban on smoking in city parks. People leave cigarette butts in sandboxes, she says, and smoking causes air pollution.

Rich Tucker | December 21, 2001

Imagine that a Cardinal is disgruntled with the way the Church makes policy. After years of complaining to his fellow Red Hats -- to no avail -- he takes an extraordinary step: He calls a reporter from CBS and exposes the entire decision making process.

Ross Mackenzie | December 21, 2001

A roundup of recent items generally unrelated to the War Against Terror....

John McCaslin | December 21, 2001

The U.S. Capitol has reopened to tourists under security procedures implemented by Capitol Police that encourage senators to store constituents' knives, razors, box cutters and other personal items in their offices until tours are completed.

Thu, Dec 20, 2001

Ann Coulter | December 20, 2001

As pundits mull whether America's next target in the war on terrorism should be Iraq or a smaller quarry first – such as the Sudan or Somalia – it's time to consider another petri dish of ferocious anti-American hatred and terrorist activity. The Bush doctrine is: We are at war not only with the terrorists, but also with those who harbor them.

Brent Bozell | December 20, 2001

Last week, the entertainment conglomerate Viacom put Leslie Moonves in charge of one of its television networks, UPN.

Cal Thomas | December 20, 2001

/11 has changed everything, including the way we look at this Christmas. The daily portraits in The New York Times of lives lost in the attacks reads like a yearbook of sadness and unrealized hopes.

Suzanne Fields | December 20, 2001

It's the most serious of seasons. It's the most unserious of seasons.

Bruce Bartlett | December 20, 2001

Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan has a well-deserved reputation for inscrutability.

George Will | December 20, 2001

With Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, Myers and kindred spirits making the menu of defense policies, the nation should be protected from the kind of military failure that can be called French toast.

Ross Mackenzie | December 20, 2001

The tape removed all doubt of the great Osama's gloating complicity in the Sept. 11 atrocities.

Joel Mowbray | December 20, 2001

Somebody needs to remind Attorney General John Ashcroft that we are at war against terrorism, not dissent.

Robert Novak | December 20, 2001

Congressional investigation of the intelligence community's culpability for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will begin early in 2002, but the lawmakers may not be ready for what they provoke.

Wed, Dec 19, 2001

Michelle Malkin | December 19, 2001

"Billy Blazes," a New York firefighter action figure, is one of the biggest-selling items on the Christmas toy market this year.

Walter E. Williams | December 19, 2001

Education in Philadelphia's public schools is so rotten that the state government is threatening a takeover.

Jonah Goldberg | December 19, 2001

Like everyone else, I'd moved on from the public debates over military tribunals, racial profiling, detentions, etc.

David Limbaugh | December 19, 2001

The wisdom of President Bush's decision to withdraw from the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile treaty is perhaps best demonstrated by reference to those opposing it and their arguments.

Pat Buchanan | December 19, 2001

"John M. Culbertson, an economist known for mounting an articulate defense of protectionist economic policy long after the tenets of free trade were de rigueur among his colleagues, died on Sunday, in Madison, Wis. He was 80."

Debra J. Saunders | December 19, 2001

What's the difference between the Home Shopping Network and the Public Broadcasting Service?

Bill Murchison | December 19, 2001

So, by our own government's reckoning, we've won in Afghanistan. But where's Osama?

John McCaslin | December 19, 2001

The media giant Gannett Co., which publishes 97 newspapers and operates 22 TV stations, has started baking incoming mail to its Virginia headquarters.

Jack Kemp | December 19, 2001

When the economy does well, class warriors in Sen. Tom Daschle's wing of the Democratic Party want to increase tax rates on successful people on the grounds that they should "share the wealth."

Kathleen Parker | December 19, 2001

Having hit the midlife skids, I was pondering what new profession I might pursue (hold the applause) when I stumbled across the federal government's anti-terrorist rewards program.

Tue, Dec 18, 2001

Cal Thomas | December 18, 2001

Some estimates peg the number of alcoholics in the United States between 15 million and 30 million (7 to 15 percent of the population).

Rich Tucker | December 18, 2001

President Bush is withdrawing the United States from the Antiballistic Missile Treaty we signed with the Soviet Union in 1972. He’s making the right decision, because he has to kill the ABM treaty to build an effective missile defense shield.

Maggie Gallagher | December 18, 2001

Tamiscal High School is a public school in wealthy Larkspur, Calif., and 20-year-old John Walker is its most famous alumnus.

Jacob Sullum | December 18, 2001

Last May, a Kentucky physician reported that a former patient, a paraplegic with severe chronic pain, had killed himself.

Frank Gaffney | December 18, 2001

Two amazing things happened in the aftermath of President Bush’s visionary and courageous decision to withdraw from 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty.

Armstrong Williams | December 18, 2001

Coming to a theater near you will be a movie based on the myth of Muhammad Ali - the swaggering champion who proclaimed himself "the greatest"

Charles Krauthammer | December 18, 2001

Gotcha! ``Mr. Bush, who had campaigned against a foreign policy based on `nation building,''' was now sporting a ``strikingly different'' theme, crowed The New York Times.

Marvin Olasky | December 18, 2001

Why does the Red Cross have a black eye? Because it has forgotten lessons taught by the organization's founder, Clara Barton, who was born on Christmas day 180 years ago.

Bruce Bartlett | December 18, 2001

Last Friday, the European Central Bank began distributing euro coins to the public.

Mon, Dec 17, 2001

Brent Bozell | December 17, 2001

As our armed forces conclude a massive rout of the Taliban and al-Qaeda forces in Afghanistan, we have the luxury of turning our eyes back to the home front, and that relaxation welcomes the familiar patterns of partisan politics.

Suzanne Fields | December 17, 2001

Washington is a changed city since Sept. 11. Our beautiful freedoms have been constrained. The closer you get to the White House, the thicker the hobbled traffic.

Debra J. Saunders | December 17, 2001

The Osama bin Laden videotape released by the Pentagon is a cross between "Wayne's World" and a low-budget docudrama on Hitler's final days, with a focus on the Nazi toady inner-circle.

William F. Buckley | December 17, 2001

Angelo M. Codevilla is one tough hombre, yet his prescriptions are mobilizing, even for the weak-willed: There is muscle of the brain there.

George Will | December 17, 2001

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is a vestigial leg on whale-like Washington.

John Leo | December 17, 2001

Conflict may erupt again next year, but for now the war over the poinsettias has come to an end in St. Paul, Minn.

Robert Novak | December 17, 2001

Tucked into the Defense appropriations bill, McCain's aides discovered an immense helping of corporate pork.

Charles Krauthammer | December 17, 2001

Like Reagan at the famous 1986 Reykjavik summit, at which he would not give up the Strategic Defense Initiative to Gorbachev, Bush was not about to allow Putin to lock the United States into any deal that would prevent us from building ABM defenses.

Kathleen Parker | December 17, 2001

The Exciting, New, Long-Awaited, Mysterious Smoking-Gun Tape of Osama bin Laden playing Dorian Gray has finally been aired on national television.