Sat, Jan 12, 2002

David Limbaugh | January 12, 2002

Court TV is demanding that the trial of terrorist suspect Zacarias Moussaoui be televised. It's a bad idea and should be rejected.

Robert Novak | January 12, 2002

Contrary to Lieberman's past statements, he would not automatically drop out if the former vice president runs again.

Fri, Jan 11, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 11, 2002

Anybody can be mistaken -- except haters, apparently. Whenever others express their hatred of Americans, in words or deeds, the hand-wringers among us want us to ask:

Michelle Malkin | January 11, 2002

New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, a loyal water boy for pro-abortion groups, has launched a crackdown on crisis pregnancy centers.

Larry Elder | January 11, 2002

Watch any presidential newscast, and UPI's Helen Thomas generally asks the first question. But there's one slight problem.

Mona Charen | January 11, 2002

Sometimes it does seem that our "sensitivity" will be the death of us. Let's imagine the following scenario:

Oliver North | January 11, 2002

Events in Washington this week remind me of that wonderful scene in "The Wizard of Oz" when Dorothy and her friends

Debra J. Saunders | January 11, 2002

Our betters in the "international community" have decided that the Bush administration should cave in to European Union countries that oppose the death penalty.

Jacob Sullum | January 11, 2002

Years ago, I wrote a story about a crackdown on marijuana growers in which state and federal agents knocked on the doors of people who had purchased indoor gardening equipment.

Bruce Bartlett | January 11, 2002

Everyone knows we are in a recession. And everyone probably knows that recessions have a negative effect on government budgets, causing surpluses to fall and deficits to rise.

Charles Krauthammer | January 11, 2002

What does it take for the world to acknowledge the obvious truth that Yasser Arafat has no intention of making real peace?

Joel Mowbray | January 11, 2002

Fearing President George W. Bush’s remarkably resilient popularity, Democrats have launched a new spin campaign to lay responsibility for the current deficits on last summer’s bipartisan tax cuts.

Thu, Jan 10, 2002

Ann Coulter | January 10, 2002

An Arab with a copy of "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes" and a gun boarded an American Airlines plane on Christmas Day claiming to be a Secret Service agent on his way to the president.

Thomas Sowell | January 10, 2002

Senator Patrick Leahy, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, seems hellbent to bring members of international terrorist networks into our domestic legal system

Brent Bozell | January 10, 2002

Reagan administration national security adviser Richard Allen has published an article in the Wall Street Journal exposing manifold untruths in the Showtime cable film "The Day Reagan Was Shot," which premiered last month.

Cal Thomas | January 10, 2002

In Washington, the surest road to bipartisanship is through increased government spending. Most Republicans and Democrats are equal opportunity spenders of other people's money.

Suzanne Fields | January 10, 2002

When I wrote that I never run into men or women who would prefer now to have Al Gore rather than George W. Bush as president, I should have expected to get lots of e-mail...

Emmett Tyrrell | January 10, 2002

The headline in the newspaper the other day had an agreeable whiff of the absurd to it: "Tampa Crash Pilot Had Acne Drug Prescription."

Larry Kudlow | January 10, 2002

Tom Daschle has made a riverboat gamble, and he stands to lose his political shirt.

Ross Mackenzie | January 10, 2002

Happy New Year, of course - and happy second palindromic year (2002, the same number forward and backward) in 11 years (the most recent was 1991).

Wed, Jan 09, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 09, 2002

Our war against terrorism is just a few months old, but already we have had two well-publicized young American traitors.

Michelle Malkin | January 09, 2002

There are good cops and there are bad cops. Sept. 11 has not changed that fact.

Walter E. Williams | January 09, 2002

Moral crusaders have the habit of heading off to their next crusade without bothering to see whether anything went wrong on their last one.

Jonah Goldberg | January 09, 2002

Harvard, which looks down on the rest of America far more than the rest of America looks up to it, has taken a long-overdue beating in the last week.

David Limbaugh | January 09, 2002

Senate Majority Leader Daschle, the man who has done everything in his power to obstruct President Bush’s domestic agenda, had the effrontery to say that Bush was ignoring domestic issues.

Pat Buchanan | January 09, 2002

For students interested in learning how to conduct a first-class shakedown, few finer examples exist than the recent de-pantsing of the president of Harvard, Larry Summers.

Debra J. Saunders | January 09, 2002

In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, Senators. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Evan Bayh, D-Ind., are sponsoring a bill to expand the AmeriCorps fivefold, to 250, 000 paid volunteers.

Linda Chavez | January 09, 2002

I'm not opposed to allowing -- no, requiring -- airlines to pay closer attention to passengers that fit a terrorist profile, which includes national origin.

Phyllis Schlafly | January 09, 2002

As Congress returns to Washington this month, no business is more important than making our borders secure from potential terrorists.

John McCaslin | January 09, 2002

Perhaps it is fitting that suspected terrorists seeking to undermine the United States will be tried in the historic city of Alexandria, Va.

Marvin Olasky | January 09, 2002

Liberals and neoconservative pundits are saying that the easy U.S. victory in the first stage of the war on terrorism shows the merits of a big government.

Jack Kemp | January 09, 2002

One of my New Year's resolutions was to give Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle a second chance after he scuttled the so-called economic stimulus package.

Robert Novak | January 09, 2002

President Bush is set this week to authorize the executive branch's ultimate weapon against Senate obstructionism: the recess appointment.

Armstrong Williams | January 09, 2002

A rich man can be poor if wealth is all he has.

Kathleen Parker | January 09, 2002

It's not surprising that suspected terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui wants his conspiracy trial televised.

William F. Buckley | January 09, 2002

John Burns of the New York Times cracks the story of an anonymous aide, of the plight of Gen. Pervez Musharraf.

Tue, Jan 08, 2002

Cal Thomas | January 08, 2002

Europe's new, all-inclusive currency, the euro, looks like Monopoly money.

Bill Murchison | January 08, 2002

"The Fellowship of the Ring" again led last weekend's movie box office, indicating (I didn't, of course, say proving) the growing appetite of Americans for good old-fashioned non-ambivalence.

Maggie Gallagher | January 08, 2002

For a considerable portion of the intelligentsia, George Bush is an enigma wrapped in a riddle inside a paradox.

Frank Gaffney | January 08, 2002

During her travels in Wonderland, Alice found herself embroiled in a kangaroo-style trial in which the judge famously announced, "Sentence first, verdict afterwards," followed by the pronouncement "Off with her head!"

Armstrong Williams | January 08, 2002

Here we go again. Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Al Sharpton are once again hard at work wagging their fingers.

Bruce Bartlett | January 08, 2002

There is an old joke about some people who fell down a well. When they were unable to climb out, the economist among them said, "Assume a ladder."

Mon, Jan 07, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 07, 2002

Most people seem to have responded to the demands for reparations for slavery in one of two ways.

Brent Bozell | January 07, 2002

Now that we face a lull in hard news coverage of the war on terrorism, the TV talking heads have to fill the time with analysis.

Jonah Goldberg | January 07, 2002

A Secret Service agent, Walied Shater, wasn't allowed to fly on American Airlines Flight 363 on Christmas Eve (he was on his way to the Bush ranch in Texas).

Pat Buchanan | January 07, 2002

With the Taliban dethroned and Osama dead or on the run, the War Party has begun pulling down the invasion maps of Iraq.

Suzanne Fields | January 07, 2002

My mother, age 91, has had a standing appointment at her neighborhood beauty shop for as long as I can remember.

Debra J. Saunders | January 07, 2002

It wasn't that long ago that editorial pages were excoriating House Republicans for opposing a Senate bill to make airport security screeners federal employees.

George Will | January 07, 2002

President Bush this week will hopscotch from Ohio to Massachusetts to New Hampshire to Constitution Hall here for ceremonies celebrating the No Child Left Behind Act.

Robert Novak | January 07, 2002

Democratic Sen. John Breaux of Louisiana is a self-described centrist who long has frustrated Republicans by first embracing a conservative position, then retreating from it

Kathleen Parker | January 07, 2002

Osama "Sammy" bin Laden. Richard "Shoe-bomber" Reid. John Walker "Suleyman" Lindh. Zacarias Moussaoui.

Charles Krauthammer | January 07, 2002

It was a sign of the gathering power of radical Islam.

John Leo | January 07, 2002

Why was New York City in free fall 10 years ago and believed to be ungovernable?

William F. Buckley | January 07, 2002

It isn't documented that American intelligence was guilty of failing to predict, and therefore to abort, the attacks of Sept. 11.