Sat, Mar 16, 2002

David Limbaugh | March 16, 2002

Whether or not you subscribe to Pat Buchanan’s view that the West is dying, how can you deny that our society is becoming increasingly fragmented and balkanized? Why, then, does our government so often discourage, rather than encourage, immigrants from assimilating into our culture?

Rich Tucker | March 16, 2002

It’s time for a change here in the nation’s capital. A name change.

Robert Novak | March 16, 2002

The White House, deeply divided over President Bush's imposition of a 30 percent tariff on steel imports, was shocked by the bitter reaction from the country's closest foreign allies.

Fri, Mar 15, 2002

Thomas Sowell | March 15, 2002

The only good thing about the Andrea Yates case is that the jury was obviously not influenced by the months of propaganda for her by radical feminists

Brent Bozell | March 15, 2002

The New Republic has done something odd for a liberal magazine. They've put "The Trouble With Bias" on the cover. But it's a reference to Bernard Goldberg's best-selling CBS-insider book entitled "Bias."

Mona Charen | March 15, 2002

If you visit the website of the Center for Military Readiness (cmrlink.org), you will encounter the lovely, smiling face of the delicate Elaine Donnelly.

Oliver North | March 15, 2002

This week marked two remarkable anniversaries. One was horrific; the other, triumphant. The difference in how these two events were reported by the media is worthy of note.

Debra J. Saunders | March 15, 2002

A funny thing happened to Gov. Gray Davis' effort to paint GOP rival Bill Simon as an extremist nut bag.

Jacob Sullum | March 15, 2002

The other day I received a photograph of my 20-year-old niece in her Israeli army uniform, smiling sweetly for the camera while clutching her assault rifle.

John McCaslin | March 15, 2002

Secretary of State Colin L. Powell appeared on Capitol Hill Tuesday to lay out his department's fiscal 2003 budget estimates - some of the money earmarked for sprucing up, if not entirely rebuilding, U.S. embassies around the world.

Charles Krauthammer | March 15, 2002

I would have acquitted Andrea Yates. It is not an easy call. But to be guilty, one needs to have free will.

Bruce Bartlett | March 15, 2002

On March 18, the United Nations convenes a major conference in Monterrey, Mexico, on the need to sharply increase foreign aid. President Bush will be heavily pressured to go along when he addresses the conference on Friday.

Larry Kudlow | March 15, 2002

There have been numerous commemorations marking our six-month passage from Sept. 11, but there is one hero of the aftermath who remains unsung.

Thu, Mar 14, 2002

Ann Coulter | March 14, 2002

On a week when Janet Reno -- architect of Waco and the Elian Gonzalez raid -- complains about the war on terrorism

Thomas Sowell | March 14, 2002

Did anyone ever call Franklin D. Roosevelt a "Dutch American" or Dwight Eisenhower a "German American"? It would have been resented, not only by them and their supporters, but by Americans in general.

Brent Bozell | March 14, 2002

Is it noteworthy that this past Sunday evening, the sports network ESPN featured all manner of swear words, including the "F" word, on its showcase prime-time offering?

Jonah Goldberg | March 14, 2002

Remember the wailing and caterwauling over Enron? Remember how Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, with his merry band of carpers in tow, tried to make it a transitive verb?

Cal Thomas | March 14, 2002

It was the best of television and the worst of television.

Suzanne Fields | March 14, 2002

How do you estimate the worth of a life? What is the value of a husband? Of a mother? son? daughter?

Emmett Tyrrell | March 14, 2002

What does it tell you about Hollywood that already before the courts have decided Enron's fate and before congressional inquiries have made any headway in identifying the culprits, Hollywood's resident producers and directors know the plot line?

Bill Murchison | March 14, 2002

Word reaches us this week of the demise of Charlton Heston. Or, rather, of the feverish delusions that launched his cinematic career.

Robert Novak | March 14, 2002

At the beginning of last week, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle backtracked from his politically vulnerable position of seeming to criticize President Bush's war leadership.

Ross Mackenzie | March 14, 2002

Will it rain or shine? Who will win? How long will it take? What will the future bring?

John McCaslin | March 14, 2002

One of the first things Georgia's junior senator, Zell Miller, noticed when he came to Washington last year was that you hardly ever see a pickup truck in the city.

Wed, Mar 13, 2002

Thomas Sowell | March 13, 2002

Can you think of any reason why the past or present sufferings of blacks would justify letting a white student get admitted to an elite public high school in San Francisco over a Chinese American student with higher qualifications?

Walter E. Williams | March 13, 2002

How many times have we heard people being applauded for "giving back"?

David Limbaugh | March 13, 2002

Washington Democrats are fond of justifying their otherwise inexcusable behavior on the grounds that "Republicans did it first." It is time we recognize this tactic for what it is.

Pat Buchanan | March 13, 2002

Stepping back from the abyss of the Cuban missile crisis of 1962, Americans and Russians took away separate lessons.

Debra J. Saunders | March 13, 2002

There's a predictable pattern to how this sort of story plays out. First, U. S. Sen. Robert Byrd, D-W.V., complains during a congressional hearing that the Bush administration has no "exit strategy"

Linda Chavez | March 13, 2002

Campaign finance reform, which appeared dead until the Enron scandal revived sanctimonious blather about the supposedly dangerous nexus between money and politics, has staged a comeback.

Phyllis Schlafly | March 13, 2002

The media are having a field day criticizing the lobbyists for Enron Corp., but they are overlooking the most effective special-interest lobbyists ever to function in Washington.

Maggie Gallagher | March 13, 2002

This is not so much a column as a cri d'coeur. A good Catholic is supposed to trust the church 's authority.

Kathleen Parker | March 13, 2002

This isn't precisely a six-months-after column, though my reflections are inspired by the CBS "9/11" documentary that 39 million Americans watched Sunday night.

William F. Buckley | March 13, 2002

Bishop Anthony O'Connell of Palm Beach, Fla., said, at the outset of his meeting with the press, his staff and his fellow priests, that he'd had "a full day."

Jack Kemp | March 13, 2002

As the world's fifth largest economy, what happens in California matters greatly and makes the race for governor fascinating.

Tue, Mar 12, 2002

Cal Thomas | March 12, 2002

President Bush has again dispatched Middle East envoy Anthony Zinni to see what Zinni can do to stop the violence there. The answer is nothing.

Frank Gaffney | March 12, 2002

In the wake of September 11, millions of Americans have taken comfort from the fact that a group of mature, experienced and generally quite competent individuals are in charge of the Nation's security at a time when we must wage a war on terrorism.

George Will | March 12, 2002

--Throughout the six months since Sept. 11, Americans, who have a sociological itch and a psychoanalytic bent, have examined themselves for signs that, as was said immediately after the attacks, ``everything has changed.''

Marvin Olasky | March 12, 2002

With March Madness -- the NCAA basketball tournament -- beginning, we're learning once again the vital lesson that drilling in the fundamentals pays off.

Armstrong Williams | March 12, 2002

Elizabeth Dole, former presidential candidate and current candidate for the North Carolina Senate seat, is a celebrity, not a politician.

Bruce Bartlett | March 12, 2002

A new study from the Council of State Governments raises serious questions about the conflicting goals of the tobacco settlement.

Mon, Mar 11, 2002

Pat Buchanan | March 11, 2002

In slamming 30 percent tariffs on imported steel, President Bush did more than keep his word to U.S. steelworkers. He sent a Reaganite message to the world: "I'm a free trader, but I put America first."

Suzanne Fields | March 11, 2002

Anyone who grew up on Disney movies and cartoons still does a double take on seeing Uncle Walt's fine old name linked with news.

Debra J. Saunders | March 11, 2002

Out-of-town journalists were shocked that former L.A. Mayor Dick Riordan wasn't the GOP pick to replace a vulnerable Gov. Gray Davis.

Armstrong Williams | March 11, 2002

Nolan Richardson, the former University of Arkansas basketball coach, burned a hole in op-ed pages across the country when he recently accused local editors, reporters and school officials of discriminating against him.

Robert Novak | March 11, 2002

Democratic leaders are demonstrating their commitment to abortion-friendly federal appellate judges by refusing to permit the Senate to vote on a highly qualified nominee.

William F. Buckley | March 11, 2002

The California primary was mint-julep time for American conservatives who, however pleased they are about George W., very much needed a sign of life from the outback.

Kathleen Parker | March 11, 2002

War - or is it the politics of war? - has confirmed the vast disconnect between Washington and The People out yonder.

John Leo | March 11, 2002

Some 440,000 copies of Bernard Goldberg's book "Bias" are now in print. Who knew that a complaint about news bias would become a runaway best seller?