Sun, Jan 27, 2002

William F. Buckley | January 27, 2002

Years ago I passed along (and The Wall Street Journal recently picked up) the aphorism of a Viennese intellectual and colleague in the early days of National Review magazine.

Sat, Jan 26, 2002

David Limbaugh | January 26, 2002

I am neither surprised nor particularly bothered by the usual suspect groups always foaming at the mouth for another chance to indict America. But it bothers me greatly when our government takes such unwarranted criticism seriously and even more when it changes policy as a result.

Robert Novak | January 26, 2002

Ardent right-wingers who attend the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington Thursday through Saturday will not hear from Vice President Dick Cheney or Attorney General John Ashcroft.

Fri, Jan 25, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 25, 2002

Most people have to deal with the reality that confronts them. They start with that reality and try to do the best they can within its limitations and within their own limitations.

Michelle Malkin | January 25, 2002

A gaggle of gullible women from Seattle flew to Havana last week to meet with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.

Brent Bozell | January 25, 2002

There is one talent the liberal believes he possesses that the conservative lacks.

Jonah Goldberg | January 25, 2002

The conventional wisdom in Washington is that the Democrats will use economic issues to take back the House and secure a more workable majority in the Senate in 2002.

Mona Charen | January 25, 2002

Mention national identity cards, and absolutists on the right and left go into a tizzy. "It'll be like Nazi Germany," say the liberals.

Cal Thomas | January 25, 2002

"You must purge the evil from among you." (Deuteronomy 17:7) President Bush believes "our enemy intends to hit us again."

Oliver North | January 25, 2002

Even a stopped watch is right twice a day. And there are times in life when even those who consistently get it wrong sometimes get it right.

Debra J. Saunders | January 25, 2002

After spending months in frigid Afghanistan caves subsisting on Allah knows what, the 158 detainees the United States is holding in tropical Guantanamo Bay must think they've died and gone to heaven.

Jacob Sullum | January 25, 2002

On January 6, 1993, a half-hour after exposing his genitals at a tanning salon in Johnson County, Kan., Michael Crane repeated the show at a video store.

Emmett Tyrrell | January 25, 2002

Enron? Can someone tell me what an enron might be? Is it to be found in the garden? Is it a recently discovered chemical element?

Charles Krauthammer | January 25, 2002

Guantanamo is hopping and the jackals are howling. Sweden, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands--stalwart allies who held America's coat during the war in Afghanistan--are complaining that the Guantanamo prisoners are not accorded POW rights under the Geneva Conventions.

John McCaslin | January 25, 2002

I'm going to ask all of you to work hard this year to bring more people into the Democratic Party. But I wouldn't ask any of you to do something I wouldn't gladly do myself.

Thu, Jan 24, 2002

Ann Coulter | January 24, 2002

Before the New York Times starts running "Portraits in Grief" of former Enron employees, it's worth remembering that even after the collapse, Enron stock is still worth more than the entire Social Security "trust fund."

Thomas Sowell | January 24, 2002

If Pat Buchanan did not exist, someone would have to try to invent him -- which would be a tall order.

Michelle Malkin | January 24, 2002

Murderous thugs of the world, rejoice. Once again, Ramsey Clark has come to your aid -- whether you want him to or not.

Walter E. Williams | January 24, 2002

Last week's column focused upon diversity-multiculturalism madness on college campuses. Now there's the diversity flap in New York City.

Brent Bozell | January 24, 2002

Earlier this month, the leftist L.A. Weekly ran a story on black cartoonist Aaron McGruder's syndicated comic strip, "The Boondocks"

Larry Elder | January 24, 2002

Is deficit spending "a potent recession cure when administered properly"?

Pat Buchanan | January 24, 2002

Among the adversaries of Big Government on the American scene, few have proven more principled than the libertarians.

Suzanne Fields | January 24, 2002

Rare is the public memorial or museum free of political, artistic and/or financial controversy.

Debra J. Saunders | January 24, 2002

On Sept. 11, one industry didn't close for business. Spam continued to bombard e-mail users, including pornographic spam.

Rich Tucker | January 24, 2002

Let me begin with complete disclosure. I worked at CNN for almost eight years, before being laid off last year. And I’m not particularly sexy.

Joel Mowbray | January 24, 2002

Many on the left are now proclaiming with giddy delight that the Enron meltdown signals the demise of Social Security privatization.

George Will | January 24, 2002

November 7, 2000--Election Day--will forever call to mind Florida's butterfly ballots and pregnant chads. But the day was eventful in St. Louis, too.

Bruce Bartlett | January 24, 2002

Next Tuesday, President George W. Bush will deliver his first State of the Union Address.

Larry Kudlow | January 24, 2002

Just when you think the worst of the Enron blow-up has come to light, new revelations make an ugly story even uglier.

Robert Novak | January 24, 2002

"The president was totally screwed," an airline official told colleagues Monday.

William F. Buckley | January 24, 2002

Feb. 6 will be a very big day in the British Commonwealth because Queen Elizabeth will have been queen for 50 years, a golden jubilee.

Wed, Jan 23, 2002

Thomas Sowell | January 23, 2002

The compromise education bill just passed by Congress and signed into law by President Bush provided some good political theater and even a little humor, with the president embracing Ted Kennedy.

Jonah Goldberg | January 23, 2002

I seem to recall lots of people saying something to the effect of "Islam means peace."

David Limbaugh | January 23, 2002

You’ve got to hand it to the Democrats. In the game of creative political strategy they have no equal. With their cunning they can turn the worst imaginable predicament to their partisan advantage.

Cal Thomas | January 23, 2002

The National Academy of Sciences has concluded that creating human clones is unsafe and should be outlawed.

Phyllis Schlafly | January 23, 2002

One of the unintended consequences of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, was the dashing of feminist hopes to make America a gender-neutral or androgynous society.

Maggie Gallagher | January 23, 2002

Quick: What proportion of Ivy League professors are conservative?

Armstrong Williams | January 23, 2002

In the wake of the most devastating terrorist attack ever on American soil, there has been much talk about the nation huddling together with a renewed sense of patriotism and unity.

Kathleen Parker | January 23, 2002

I had planned to write this column about our treatment of Taliban detainees at Guantanamo.

John McCaslin | January 23, 2002

President Bush wants to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) to drilling for oil. Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle doesn't

Jack Kemp | January 23, 2002

Widespread talk of an imminent and robust economic recovery is now being tempered by the sobering reality that the economy is far from out of the woods

Tue, Jan 22, 2002

Debra J. Saunders | January 22, 2002

How stupid do some politicians and special interests think California voters are?

Linda Chavez | January 22, 2002

The coincidence was almost too good to be true. "An old news video of Lt. Col. Oliver North testifying at the Iran-Contra hearings during the Reagan Administration," the e-mail from a friend began, "what he said was stunning!" I remember the event well.

Bill Murchison | January 22, 2002

Sniff, sniff. What's that odor? Got it -- the stale smell of energy regulation. Where could it be coming from? From all around, I'd say.

Joel Mowbray | January 22, 2002

Despite claims by delusional Democrats that the unfolding Enron debacle demonstrates the need for campaign finance reform, the non-scandal actually shows just the opposite.

Marvin Olasky | January 22, 2002

As pro-lifers march in Washington and elsewhere this week, pro-choicers are trying out a new way to knock out their toughest opponents -- those who help women make an informed choice on abortion.

Bruce Bartlett | January 22, 2002

What I remember most about that time is that Members of Congress took economic policy far more seriously than they do today.

Mon, Jan 21, 2002

Brent Bozell | January 21, 2002

Jan. 10 brought us the first hilarious liberal attempt to tie George W. Bush to the moral black hole of William Jefferson Clinton.

Pat Buchanan | January 21, 2002

The name of Chester W. Nimitz is legendary in the annals of naval warfare. In June 1941, Admiral Nimitz commanded the U.S. forces assigned to block a Japanese invasion of Midway.

Suzanne Fields | January 21, 2002

Picture this: Tiffany, Melanie and Samantha, ages 11, 11 and 12, all dressed up in burqas.

Debra J. Saunders | January 21, 2002

The Marin, Calif., family of al Qaeda training-camp graduate John Walker has hit a new low.

William F. Buckley | January 21, 2002

There has been great fuss in the last few days over broken hearts in Washington. To uncoil the story from tabloid compression, what we have is:

John Leo | January 21, 2002

So the controversial memorial to the fallen New York City firefighters will not be built after all.

Kathleen Parker | January 21, 2002

Life is probably too short for this, but hysteria demands it. In no particular order, I submit an incomplete list of 9-11 heroes, none of whom asked for this:

Robert Novak | January 21, 2002

Rep. Dan Burton's House Government Reform Committee hearing, scheduled for Wednesday but postponed until early February, will continue months of rancor between old Republican comrades.

Larry Kudlow | January 21, 2002

Jail 'em. All the Enron and Arthur Andersen principals, and then some. Why?