Sat, Apr 06, 2002

David Limbaugh | April 06, 2002

I listened to President Bush’s latest Mideast speech with the faint hope that he would finally articulate a reversal of his depressing double standard toward Israel. The first half was promising. Then the other shoe dropped.

Robert Novak | April 06, 2002

When Congress returns Monday following its Easter break, Senate Republican Leader Trent Lott will be on the spot to stop the Democratic majority from blocking confirmation of conservative appellate judges.

Fri, Apr 05, 2002

Thomas Sowell | April 05, 2002

At tax time this year, some blacks are going to end up paying more than they owe -- and not all of it to the Internal Revenue Service.

Michelle Malkin | April 05, 2002

To your average Howard Stern fan, the Philippines is nothing more than a carnival land of shoe-crazy, dog-eating jungle dwellers who are a perennial source of cheap jokes.

Brent Bozell | April 05, 2002

Newsweek has been awarded the first exclusive post-presidential interview with Bill Clinton, and from the looks of it, the story should begin with the words, "Once upon a time."

Mona Charen | April 05, 2002

Is there a certain respect for suicide murderers abroad in the land? One knows, of course, that these killers are the toast of the Arab world.

Oliver North | April 05, 2002

According to Genesis 11, Noah's offspring built a magnificent city on "a plain in the land of Shinar." There, they arrogantly began erecting "a tower whose top will reach into heaven."

Debra J. Saunders | April 05, 2002

Now comes the photograph of Marin, Calif., Taliban John Walker Lindh. He's in U.S. custody, bound to a stretcher, naked and blindfolded.

Jacob Sullum | April 05, 2002

Perhaps I should have known better, but it didn't occur to me until afterward that I was breaking the law. I just wanted to find some decent kosher wine.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 05, 2002

Did you see the recent television footage of the Arab summit? What went through your mind? All those sheiks and their associates sitting there glowering into the cameras, what did you think?

Larry Kudlow | April 05, 2002

Military historian Victor Davis Hanson argues that war is part of the Mideast peace process. It's a form of diplomacy that is essential to solving a 50-year conflict.

Robert Novak | April 05, 2002

Once the University of Maryland basketball team won the national championship in Atlanta Monday night, congratulatory telephone calls poured in at home and the office. I received cards and letters, red-and-white balloons and a bottle of champagne.

Bruce Bartlett | April 05, 2002

Throughout most of American history, taxes were levied principally on consumption, rather than income.

Charles Krauthammer | April 05, 2002

The suicide bombing that killed 26 Israelis at a Passover Seder last week, the worst slaughter of the 18-month-old intifada, has entered the lexicon of the Arab-Israeli conflict as the Passover Massacre.

Thu, Apr 04, 2002

Ann Coulter | April 04, 2002

I thought they wanted to "move on." But now that all the statutes of limitations have expired, liberals won't shut up about Bill Clinton.

Cal Thomas | April 04, 2002

Bill Clinton won't go away. He's pictured on the April 8 cover of Newsweek flying the New York-Washington shuttle.

Suzanne Fields | April 04, 2002

The fight at hand is not only about weapons of steel and explosives, but about words and historical concepts. Young people raised in an intellectual climate governed by politically correct, multicultural, relativistic post-modern opinion suffer from a deficit of arms - the understanding of how we got where we are.

Rich Tucker | April 04, 2002

I'm not a gambling man. Because when I do gamble, I usually lose. My NCAA tournament picks are evidence of that. But my former employer, CNN, is taking a gamble

Robert Novak | April 04, 2002

This is a dispute that George W. Bush has tried to avoid, attempting until now to decouple the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the global war against terrorism. But last Saturday, he did connect Palestinian suicide bombers with the global terrorist menace, just as the Sharon regime desired.

Ross Mackenzie | April 04, 2002

: Given that peace is always better than war, why don't the Israelis just give the Palestinians what they want and be done with all this violence?

Wed, Apr 03, 2002

Michelle Malkin | April 03, 2002

Rioting, such as that seen on the campus of the University of Maryland this week, is repeated at campuses across the country, where adult administrators pay lip service to discipline but continue to tolerate high levels of insolence, savagery, debauchery and criminal behavior by college students who have never learned to accept the word "No."

Brent Bozell | April 03, 2002

The Catholic Church is under fire in the American press unlike any time I can ever remember.

Jonah Goldberg | April 03, 2002

The release of the nighttime ANWR video is a sign that the Bush administration is finally challenging the anti-drilling propaganda.

David Limbaugh | April 03, 2002

There was a time in this country when public school teachers could focus on teaching the basics. Today, unfortunately, they are all too often preoccupied with accommodating the silly concerns pervading our society.

Pat Buchanan | April 03, 2002

Whether the Israelis admit it or not, the Palestinians are winning. The only hope lies in a Palestinian state.

Debra J. Saunders | April 03, 2002

As long as we're calling for new taxes on things we don't like under the pretense that the tax makes sense because of government costs incurred by a minority of practitioners, why stop there?

Phyllis Schlafly | April 03, 2002

The Immigration and Naturalization Service didn't learn any lessons from its embarrassing approval of student visas for the two dead terrorists who flew the planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11.

Jack Kemp | April 03, 2002

It is wrong for world leaders to ask Israel to absorb more terrorism in the hope that Arafat will do what he has never done before and is probably now incapable of doing.

Kathleen Parker | April 03, 2002

Whatever his flaws, it seems clear that President George W. Bush comes equipped with a good and fair heart. He's the perfect actor for slavery's final curtain call.

Armstrong Williams | April 03, 2002

The Bible said, "what is done in darkness shall come to light." Now that certain ministers' sinful behavior has been cast out in the public, the church has finally been forced to examine the behavior. No longer can we turn our heads, just because we don't want to destroy the image of saintliness that the church embodies in our lives.

William F. Buckley | April 03, 2002

What is Bush supposed to say? If he tells Sharon to stop killing Palestinians, Sharon understandably replies: "Why do you, Bush, keep on killing Afghans? Well, our motives are identical."

George Will | April 03, 2002

Yes, military tentativeness is ruinous. But what, for Ariel Sharon, is Vienna?

John McCaslin | April 03, 2002

A permanent chain-link fence around the Kennedy Center? It's not out of the question.

Joel Mowbray | April 03, 2002

Although Bush is an outstanding President, he is not going to carry water for conservatives on issues not particularly near and dear to him.

Tue, Apr 02, 2002

Walter E. Williams | April 02, 2002

It's both stupid and costly for the FAA and DOT to treat each person who boards a plane as a potential hijacker.

Cal Thomas | April 02, 2002

The only "vision of the Palestinian people" does not include Israel. Looking at Palestinian maps, reading children's textbooks and observing Palestinian media proves that.

Linda Chavez | April 02, 2002

The terrorists who are attacking Israel are morally indistinguishable from those that attacked the United States. These are not Palestinian "freedom fighters" but cold-blooded murderers.

Frank Gaffney | April 02, 2002

The Bush Administration is going to have to come up with a better approach to Mideast policy than has been on display since Vice President Cheney toured the region last month.

Bill Murchison | April 02, 2002

A confession is in order: probably 50 percent of the controversies one encounters in the world of Washington are just plain silly: sound and fury, signifying nothing; pursued chiefly or exclusively for the sake of furthering personal or ideological goals.

Maggie Gallagher | April 02, 2002

In the Netherlands, one out of 20 Dutch who die is killed by a physician. After killing so often, you lose the horror of it. More than 1,000 Dutch patients each year are killed by doctors without the patient's consent.

Armstrong Williams | April 02, 2002

We are witnessing the end of what has been known for centuries as the Holy Land.

Marvin Olasky | April 02, 2002

Much has been made about President Bush's penchant for plain-speaking. The amazement is palpable: Bush praises "Christ" by name and condemns "evil" without doing a song-and-dance about needing to "take into account root causes of terrorist acts."

Bruce Bartlett | April 02, 2002

The same people behind the campaign against tobacco are gearing up to do it again to sugar, fat and the foods that contain them.

Mon, Apr 01, 2002

Suzanne Fields | April 01, 2002

"Will you marry me, so that we're less likely to end up on Welfare or get sick?" doesn't have much thrill appeal even if the gent speaks from bended knee.

Robert Novak | April 01, 2002

While Democrats have trouble pinning Enron's campaign contributions to Bush administration policy, it is easier to connect the dots in the Microsoft case. The company's competitors want to continue antitrust litigation, and state legal officers are helping after receiving contributions. It looks like more of a political scandal than Enron.

Sun, Mar 31, 2002

Pat Buchanan | March 31, 2002

On the eve of this Holy Thursday, as Jews sat down to a seder at a resort hotel in the seaside town of Netanya, the Angel of Death did not pass over.

Debra J. Saunders | March 31, 2002

Is victimhood in America so endless that it survives beyond death, passing from one generation to the next? The answer will be yes, if a lawsuit filed in a New York federal court succeeds.

George Will | March 31, 2002

Bush said reform should protect ``the rights of citizen groups to engage in issue advocacy.'' But reformers trumpet their desire to impede such advocacy.

John Leo | March 31, 2002

The sad truth is that MIT, one of the world's great centers of scientific education, has now produced and accepted two astonishingly unscientific studies of its own administrative behavior.