Sat, Mar 09, 2002

David Limbaugh | March 09, 2002

President Bush’s decision to impose substantial tariffs on a wide range of steel imports is disappointing and troubling.

Robert Novak | March 09, 2002

Former Republican Rep. Rick Lazio of New York has been granted most of his private demands as a precondition for trying to win back the congressional seat in Long Island, N.Y., that he gave up in 2000 to run against Hillary Clinton for the Senate.

Fri, Mar 08, 2002

Thomas Sowell | March 08, 2002

Random thoughts about growing old:

Michelle Malkin | March 08, 2002

The six-month anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is upon us. Here are a half-dozen unsolved mysteries still on my mind:

Brent Bozell | March 08, 2002

Over the past several years, many of the federal government's restrictions on the broadcast industry's business arrangements have been loosened or even abandoned.

Jonah Goldberg | March 08, 2002

American soldiers are training allied Afghan troops how to lie down. I don't mean anything figurative or metaphorical.

Mona Charen | March 08, 2002

Imagine for a moment that all reporting about the U.S. war on terrorism was presented without reference to Sept. 11.

Oliver North | March 08, 2002

Who says it's the "Left Coast?" Who says California voters are so "out of it" they can't do anything "right?"

Emmett Tyrrell | March 08, 2002

My literary reputation is made! This week in the New Yorker magazine, I am likened to a member of the Communist Party U.S.A.

Jacob Sullum | March 08, 2002

Despite its contributions to George W. Bush's campaigns, Enron went bankrupt, its desperate pleas for government intervention unheeded.

Bruce Bartlett | March 08, 2002

I believe that George W. Bush has made the greatest mistake of his presidency by imposing additional tariffs on steel imports for the next three years.

John McCaslin | March 08, 2002

As far as Donald Thorson is concerned, it took 31 years and Sept. 11 for Uncle Sam to begin safeguarding the Liberty Bell, which was struck on July 8, 1776, to announce the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.

Robert Novak | March 08, 2002

When I visited newly elected Mayor Richard Riordan of Los Angeles in January 1994, he pointed with sardonic pride to a campaign button bearing the letters RINO -- Republican In Name Only.

Larry Kudlow | March 08, 2002

A spate of new economic data that has economic recovery written all over it could well remove a key election-year issue from Democrats running for the Senate and House in November.

Thu, Mar 07, 2002

Ann Coulter | March 07, 2002

Democrats regularly insult the intelligence of half the public in order to win the votes of the terminally stupid.

Thomas Sowell | March 07, 2002

If facts carried some weight with those who are politically correct, the recent outbreak of savage and lethal violence in India's state of Gujarat might cause some reassessments of both India and "diversity."

Cal Thomas | March 07, 2002

Democrats and Republicans don't agree on much these days, but the Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Democrat Bob Graham of Florida, and the Ranking Member, Republican Richard Shelby of Alabama, concur that there are at least 100 al Qaeda operatives hiding in the United States.

Suzanne Fields | March 07, 2002

History as memory gets short shrift in the new millennium. CBS will screen a documentary Sunday night reprising Sept. 11 and the destruction of the World Trade Center.

Rich Tucker | March 07, 2002

They barged into The Heritage Foundation late in the afternoon on March 5, chanting and demanding to speak to one of our analysts. Some had megaphones, some earphones. Most didn’t really seem to know why they were here. Neither did we.

Armstrong Williams | March 07, 2002

In the Middle East, where Israeli and Palestinian infighting threatens to explode into unprecedented violence, it has become an eye-for-an-eye and a child-for-a-child.

George Will | March 07, 2002

The New York Times and The Washington Post are guilty of corruption. To be precise, they probably are guilty only of the appearance of corruption, as they define it.

Joel Mowbray | March 07, 2002

As great as it would be to watch Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle get tarred-and-feathered for his ham-handed critiques of the President's foreign policy approach, leading Republicans are off the mark in blasting the top Democrat for merely making the statements.

Ross Mackenzie | March 07, 2002

The foreign hornets are furious. President Bush stirred them up when he declared that after purging Afghanistan of Taliban and al-Qaida terrorists, the United States may take on their counterparts elsewhere.

Wed, Mar 06, 2002

Michelle Malkin | March 06, 2002

Clinton-era sleaze is like a stubborn toe fungus. It just won't go away. Fourteen months after the 42nd president of the United States left office, news is spreading of yet another unsightly scandal under his watch.

Walter E. Williams | March 06, 2002

Most Americans were pleased with the legislative attack on cigarette smokers, not to mention confiscatory tobacco taxes.

Jonah Goldberg | March 06, 2002

I recently gave a speech to a college audience titled "All I am Saying is Give War a Chance" (my apologies to P.J. O'Rourke).

David Limbaugh | March 06, 2002

As prescient as the framers of the Constitution were, they apparently didn’t anticipate the wholesale obstruction of the president’s judicial appointment power by a highly partisan Senate majority.

Pat Buchanan | March 06, 2002

Despite Sen. Trent Lott's demand that we all fall in behind the commander in chief, the Senate has a constitutional duty to debate the wider war the president has begun to pursue.

Debra J. Saunders | March 06, 2002

In November, Spain indicted eight men connected to the Al Qaeda terrorist network.

Phyllis Schlafly | March 06, 2002

Not many people want to be accused of acting like Bill Clinton. When campaign rival Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., compared George W. Bush to Clinton in a South Carolina television attack ad, the Bush campaign cried foul.

William F. Buckley | March 06, 2002

The killed and the killers are undergoing the indefinability that attaches to the long ago. Seventeen Athenians were killed on Wednesday and 11 Spartans.

Jack Kemp | March 06, 2002

Peace in the Middle East must not come as a reward for terrorism. Until the Palestinians stop the violence, there will be no peace, and it would be a mistake for the United States to flash a diplomatic yellow light and encumber Israel's ability to defend itself.

John McCaslin | March 06, 2002

One of our favorite publications, the Scotsman, reveals that President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair will share this year's William Wallace Award, to be presented during Tartan Day celebrations in Washington April 9.

Marvin Olasky | March 06, 2002

It's fourth down and 20 yards to go. It's rained steadily for a year, and uniforms are so muddy that it's hard to make out the players' numbers and sometimes even which team they're on.

Charles Krauthammer | March 06, 2002

In 35 years of studying the Middle East, I have rarely seen anything to rival the Saudi ``peace plan'' for cynicism (of those pushing the plan) and gullibility (of those buying it).

Kathleen Parker | March 06, 2002

Few things are easier than protesting war. OK, objecting to puppy mutilation is easier, but you get my drift. Nobody loves a war.

Tue, Mar 05, 2002

Cal Thomas | March 05, 2002

It was a good week for atheists.

Debra J. Saunders | March 05, 2002

There are no "Brown for Mayor" signs on Oakland lawns, even though the very popular Jerry Brown is running for re-election.

Linda Chavez | March 05, 2002

You've got to give it to Tom Daschle. The Senate Democratic Majority Leader has impeccable timing. Impeccably bad, that is.

Frank Gaffney | March 05, 2002

On occasion, theatrical productions of the ancient Greeks would end with a god being lowered onto the stage via a crane, a device that became known as a "deus ex machina."

Bill Murchison | March 05, 2002

So as I observed to my wife the other night, on hearing mention of Diane Sawyer's salary (about 100 times larger than Alan Greenspan's, I think):

Maggie Gallagher | March 05, 2002

When it comes to education reform, especially in American cities, no issue is more important than getting good teachers into the classroom.

Armstrong Williams | March 05, 2002

Stephanie Rodriquez knew why her husband beat her. He was impassioned and jealous. And God wanted her beat up - that much was clear.

Bruce Bartlett | March 05, 2002

Congress has now fingered a new culprit for responsibility in the Enron mess: financial analysts.

Mon, Mar 04, 2002

Pat Buchanan | March 04, 2002

"I believe condoms (are) part of the solution to the HIV/AIDS crisis, and I encourage their use by young people who are sexually active.

Suzanne Fields | March 04, 2002

Mean girls, maybe meaner than boys, are in. The Feminine Mystique was a revolutionary guide book for would-be feminists about how to rebel against their mothers' lives.

Rich Tucker | March 04, 2002

President Bush recently made headlines when he was photographed walking to his helicopter carrying a copy of Bernard Goldberg’s best-seller “Bias”.

Jacob Sullum | March 04, 2002

"Children Drink 25 Percent of Alcohol Consumed in the U.S.," announced the headline of a recent press release from the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.

Joel Mowbray | March 04, 2002

At a Senate hearing for Gerald Reynolds, who was appointed to head the Office of Civil Rights at the Department of Education, Sen. Ted Kennedy put forth an ugly display that raised delicate questions of racism--yes, racism--that demand exploration.

John Leo | March 04, 2002

Q: Mr. Answer Man, I understand there's a sex scandal at the University of California, Berkeley. What's going on?

George Will | March 04, 2002

If you are part of a political movement in exile, optimism is part of your job description. Bear that in mind as he answers the most pressing question confronting American policy-makers: How brittle is Saddam's regime?

Robert Novak | March 04, 2002

"This is not a closed matter," said an apparently unhappy Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld as he left a high-level White House meeting last Tuesday.

William F. Buckley | March 04, 2002

The uses of sex-talk in the high calling of disparaging it is nicely illustrated by Frank Rich of The New York Times, who has written about the (brace yourself) re-re-defection of author David Brock.

Kathleen Parker | March 04, 2002

Note to Spock: There is intelligent life in Washington.