Sat, Feb 09, 2002

David Limbaugh | February 09, 2002

President Bush told the audience at the National Prayer Breakfast that the heroes of Sept. 11 "were not confused about the difference between right and wrong. They knew the difference." Regrettably, however, others are confused.

Robert Novak | February 09, 2002

Presidential speechwriter David Frum, embarrassed by his wife's bragging to friends that he authored the "axis of evil" phrase in President Bush's State of the Union Address, did not exactly write those words.

Fri, Feb 08, 2002

Ann Coulter | February 08, 2002

-->"(O)ur international problems are utterly intractable, and the sooner we recognize this, the better. ... We should figure out clever ways to declare victory at the first decent opportunity and remove our troops (from Afghanistan)."

Thomas Sowell | February 08, 2002

Too many people who talk about a lack of "affordable housing" seem to think that this is something the government must build or subsidize.

Jonah Goldberg | February 08, 2002

Who's your favorite news anchor? Is it the one with the cleft palate, lazy eye and the giant gray eyebrow with black roots stretching from ear to ear?

Emmett Tyrrell | February 08, 2002

Is there no end to the corrupting effluvia of Enron?

Charles Krauthammer | February 08, 2002

--``Chairman Arafat must ... choose, once and for all, the option of peace over violence,'' testified Secretary of State Colin Powell before Congress on Feb. 5.

John McCaslin | February 08, 2002

"Sometimes we get blamed for things that are not our fault. This is, however, often offset by occasions when we can bask in the reflected glory generated by the great deeds of others."

Kathleen Parker | February 08, 2002

Like most Americans, I've been hesitant to get back on a commercial jet in the months following 9-11.

Thu, Feb 07, 2002

Thomas Sowell | February 07, 2002

A recently published housing study says: "San Francisco is one of the densest large cities in the U.S." That is true in both senses of the word "dense."

Brent Bozell | February 07, 2002

Asked what is typical basic-cable television programming, the average person will tell you it's old movies, or reruns, or documentaries, or news.

Cal Thomas | February 07, 2002

I am of two minds when it comes to North Carolina Republican Congressman Walter B. Jones, Jr.'s bill to repeal a 1954 law strictly regulating the political speech of churches and ministers.

Suzanne Fields | February 07, 2002

Conventional wisdom makes gamblers of the oddsmakers and riches for the risk-takers. Sometimes.

Bruce Bartlett | February 07, 2002

It is often said of generals and admirals that they are always fighting the last war. Economists are the same.

Robert Novak | February 07, 2002

Rep. Tom DeLay, the House Republican strongman, does not like President Bush's deficit spending and has made that clear to both Bush and his budget chief, Mitch Daniels.

George Will | February 07, 2002

War is unhealthy because of its violence, but also because of diseases spread by mass movements of men, often weary and sick, through disordered societies.

Larry Kudlow | February 07, 2002

If we have learned anything from the Enron mess, it is that this country desperately needs a complete overhaul and reform of its accounting standards and financial-disclosure practices.

Wed, Feb 06, 2002

Michelle Malkin | February 06, 2002

If you are sick of hearing about teen pop star Britney Spears -- what she wore (or didn't wear) in her Pepsi Super Bowl ads

Walter E. Williams | February 06, 2002

President George Bush's State of the Union address told us that legislation passed, expenditures made and troops deployed are just the beginning of our war on terrorism.

Jonah Goldberg | February 06, 2002

Natan Sharansky, the former Soviet dissident, tells a great story about how he first learned of Ronald Reagan's famous (or infamous) "evil empire" speech.

David Limbaugh | February 06, 2002

I feel compelled to follow up on my last column to respond to many questions and objections I received from e-mailers. I'll give you the essentials in case you missed that column.

Pat Buchanan | February 06, 2002

With the exception of the War Party pundits who are orgasmic over Mr. Bush's threat to launch preventive wars against the "axis of evil" -- Iran, Iraq and North Korea -- volunteers for the Great Crusade seem notably absent.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 06, 2002

How the subject of evolution is treated in the classroom has emerged again as a source of controversy, this time in the Ohio State Board of Education.

John McCaslin | February 06, 2002

The Bush administration is being urged to abandon the idea of allowing the Internal Revenue Service to enter the tax preparation business.

William F. Buckley | February 06, 2002

The NATO representatives who met in Munich for their 38th annual conference to explore matters of military resources and responsibility were oddly depressed.

Armstrong Williams | February 06, 2002

What exactly is the responsibility of our elected officials? When exactly should they conceal information?

Joel Mowbray | February 06, 2002

As President George W. Bush reiterated in his State of the Union address, our war on terror is much broader in scope than the Middle East.

Jack Kemp | February 06, 2002

President George W. Bush delivered a tour de force in his first State of the Union address last week.

Tue, Feb 05, 2002

Cal Thomas | February 05, 2002

The Bush Administration and a Florida congressman made proposals last week that most reasonable people might think will help pregnant women and their babies

Linda Chavez | February 05, 2002

Maybe I was just an odd kid, but one of my favorite childhood pastimes was diagramming sentences.

Bill Murchison | February 05, 2002

With some people, no matter what you do, you never get ahead. Take our, um, allies and assorted overseas friends, who have lately been beating a sturdy tattoo on the American noggin.

Maggie Gallagher | February 05, 2002

Baby doctors of the world, unite! The American Academy of Pediatrics has just declared that same-sex parents are good for babies.

Marvin Olasky | February 05, 2002

The excellent White House speechwriters swung and missed at an easy one last week when President Bush spoke at Atlanta's Booker T. Washington Comprehensive High School.

Bruce Bartlett | February 05, 2002

As we learn more and more about the widening Enron scandal, it is starting to look as if the Tax Code deserves some of the blame.

Mon, Feb 04, 2002

Brent Bozell | February 04, 2002

This Enron guilt-by-association media jihad needs to stop. Suddenly, it seems that everyone who took money or spoke with someone at Enron should just line up at the federal penitentiary.

Mona Charen | February 04, 2002

It is perfectly possible that a President Gore would have responded forcefully to the attacks on the World Trade Center.

Pat Buchanan | February 04, 2002

The line from "Julius Caesar" came to mind as I watched the president, triumphant in the Afghan war, thunderously threaten three nations with war, should they seek to acquire weapons the United States has had in its arsenal for more than half a century.

Suzanne Fields | February 04, 2002

The old Reagan hands had come together one last time, to sit in a cold rain on a miserable blustery March day to christen a new aircraft carrier.

Debra J. Saunders | February 04, 2002

It's also not fair that the tax dollars of citizens and legal immigrants must subsidize -- and hence reward -- the college tuition of students who entered the country illegally.

Robert Novak | February 04, 2002

About three weeks ago, rookie White House aide Adam Levine went to senior Bush adviser Karl Rove with a strange story.

John Leo | February 04, 2002

As late as last July, Cardinal Bernard Law of Boston was still denying that he shuffled any child-molesting priests from one parish to another.

William F. Buckley | February 04, 2002

That was a heady series from the administration, President Bush on Day 1 to the Congress, Secretary Rumsfeld on Day 2 to the National Defense University, and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice on Day 3 to the Conservative Political Action Conference.

George Will | February 04, 2002

Fifty years ago Wednesday, a 25-year-old woman was awakened in a hunting lodge--a posh treehouse, actually--in Kenya and told that her father had died. Therefore she was immediately Elizabeth II, sovereign.

Kathleen Parker | February 04, 2002

One thing about being pope: You can call a spade a spade and not lose a wink over your popularity ratings.