Sat, Apr 13, 2002

David Limbaugh | April 13, 2002

The Israeli-Palestinian problem goes much deeper than a couple of small tracts of real estate, which is why bartering land for peace is not the solution.

Robert Novak | April 13, 2002

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in secret briefings of U.S. senators in Washington this past week, warned that Iraq's Saddam Hussein not only is acquiring nuclear weapons but may have the means of delivering them against the United States.

Fri, Apr 12, 2002

Ann Coulter | April 12, 2002

You know you've lived a good life when both Fidel Castro and Bill Clinton mutter your name in disgust. If Vlad the Impaler knew about Orlando Bosch, he'd have belched out Bosch's name, too.

Michelle Malkin | April 12, 2002

Once again, MTV is basking in the glow of critical acclaim. This time it's a cultural breakthrough called "The Osbournes," a "brilliant" (Time magazine) reality show chronicling the family life of heavy metal has-been Ozzy Osbourne.

Brent Bozell | April 12, 2002

President Bush's unconditional war on terror has sprouted a split personality over Israel -- Colin Powell is off to negotiate with Yasser Arafat, a terrorist -- in an attempt to appease the administration's critics.

Jonah Goldberg | April 12, 2002

If you destroy it, they will come. I don't mean to be overly glib, but that's what I keep thinking about the site where the World Trade Center used to be.

David Limbaugh | April 12, 2002

Are the American media biased in favor of Israel, as some liberals claim? No, unless you define the American media as conservative commentators and columnists.

Mona Charen | April 12, 2002

Several members of the Nobel Committee have expressed regrets about the Peace Prize that was jointly awarded to Yasser Arafat and Shimon Peres in 1994.

Oliver North | April 12, 2002

On Dec. 3, 1969, Bill Clinton wrote to Col. Eugene Holmes, director of the University of Arkansas ROTC program.

Pat Buchanan | April 12, 2002

President Bush's war on terror is close to being derailed, and his Middle East policy is starting to look like downtown Jenin.

Debra J. Saunders | April 12, 2002

Now that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein has threatened to cut oil exports for 30 days to protest Israel's military presence in Palestinian territories, the U.S. Senate has urgent reason to vote in favor of drilling in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).

Jacob Sullum | April 12, 2002

Take a human ovum, add some sperm, and put the fertilized egg cell in a petri dish. Alternatively, remove the nucleus from the ovum and replace it with the nucleus from a donor's body cell, then chemically stimulate the egg cell to divide.

John McCaslin | April 12, 2002

Congress noted this week that the United States last year paid Iraq about $6.58 billion for oil - money Iraqi President Saddam Hussein is no doubt now using to pay, at $25,000 a pop, to the families of each Palestinian suicide bomber.

Joel Mowbray | April 12, 2002

A battle is brewing on Capitol Hill between two rather similar-sounding concepts, abstinence-only and abstinence-plus education, but the differences couldn't be greater--or more shocking.

Bruce Bartlett | April 12, 2002

In recent years, Russia, of all places, has been a virtual laboratory for the Laffer Curve. When communism collapsed there a decade ago, the country really had only a rudimentary tax system.

Thu, Apr 11, 2002

Thomas Sowell | April 11, 2002

The first time I had to fire someone, nearly 30 years ago, I lay awake the night before. There was no question that she had to be fired.

Suzanne Fields | April 11, 2002

When the World Trade Center became towering infernos, collapsing before the eyes of the world, we focused on the human dimension of the loss of life, and then on anger, grief, sorrow and pity - and when and how to fight back.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 11, 2002

Why, you might ask, was I invited to a New York dinner party last week hosted by mainstream media's Peter Jennings?

Ross Mackenzie | April 11, 2002

If oil and gasoline prices are going up as a consequence of Middle Eastern wobbles - prices still largely controlled by the OPEC cartel and the Saudis - isn't it time the United States moved swiftly toward energy independence?

Robert Novak | April 11, 2002

I asked a presidential aide recently whether Thomas White's days as secretary of the Army are numbered.

Wed, Apr 10, 2002

Michelle Malkin | April 10, 2002

"Battered woman syndrome" -- the politically correct legal rationalization for letting cold-blooded female killers off the hook -- is now an issue in the California governor's race.

Walter E. Williams | April 10, 2002

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Loyola University (Maryland) professor of economics Thomas DiLorenzo's "The Real Lincoln," a book that presented abundant evidence that most of the Founders took the right of state secession for granted.

Brent Bozell | April 10, 2002

During the late 1980s, Rupert Murdoch's Fox television network revolutionized the entertainment industry.

Jonah Goldberg | April 10, 2002

"I think you have to say that Western peoples are dying. And that is a simple statement of fact." That's how Pat Buchanan summarized his demographic argument on a TV show recently.

David Limbaugh | April 10, 2002

Are the American media biased in favor of Israel, as some liberals claim? No, unless you define the American media as conservative commentators and columnists.

Cal Thomas | April 10, 2002

The Israeli military has documents seized from Yasser Arafat's compound in Ramallah which it says prove the Palestinian leader's direct involvement in the murder of Israeli civilians.

Pat Buchanan | April 10, 2002

Seventy-two hours after President Bush told Ariel Sharon to pull out of the West Bank "without delay," the Israeli army was still pounding away at Palestinians in the biggest offensive there since 1967.

Debra J. Saunders | April 10, 2002

He met me through the newspaper. A liberal who had just written a book with Ralph Nader, he said that I was the columnist he loved to hate.

Phyllis Schlafly | April 10, 2002

The Bush administration just took a welcome step to disentangle the United States from the global legacy of the late, unlamented Clinton administration.

Maggie Gallagher | April 10, 2002

Quick, run to the theater and see "Death to Smoochy" before it dies the death of a thousand critic bites.

Frank Gaffney | April 10, 2002

A recent book by prominent military historians has mainstreamed "alternative history" -- a field that has heretofore been principally a passion for war-reenactors and others fascinated by what might have happened if, at critical moments, things had worked out differently.

Jack Kemp | April 10, 2002

Just before he left for the Middle East, Secretary of State Colin Powell went on "Meet the Press" to say, "I'm going to consult with our Arab friends to reinforce to them that they have a role to play.

John McCaslin | April 10, 2002

What's the leader of the Democratic Party to do when a Republican president, barely six months before the mid-term election, continues to enjoy the highest public-approval ratings of practically any president in history?

Charles Krauthammer | April 10, 2002

Watch Lebanon. If you want to know where the Israeli-Palestinian war is going, watch Lebanon.

Armstrong Williams | April 10, 2002

April 15 seems like a good time to ask. What is the government doing with our tax money?

Kathleen Parker | April 10, 2002

The wing conspirators are at it again, but this time it's the left demonizing the right. Make that "Freudinizing."

William F. Buckley | April 10, 2002

News stories from around the nation identifying gun control as a trip-wire issue dividing conservatives and liberals don't surprise.

Tue, Apr 09, 2002

Thomas Sowell | April 09, 2002

Everyone seems to be clamoring for the United States to "do something" about the carnage in the Middle East.

Cal Thomas | April 09, 2002

Marvin Hamlisch sits alone at a table in Sardi's, the post-theatre eating and watering hole for what's left of the Broadway crowd and what's left of Broadway.

Linda Chavez | April 09, 2002

"This nation will do what it takes to defend that which it holds dear." The words spoken Monday could have come from Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. They didn't.

Bill Murchison | April 09, 2002

"Men cry peace," cried Patrick Henry, updating Jeremiah the prophet, "when there is no peace."

Marvin Olasky | April 09, 2002

Do hemlines go up or down with Republican presidents? When the Yankees win the World Series, is that good or bad for the stock market?

John Leo | April 09, 2002

Polls show that 75 percent of Americans, and 90 percent of whites, are opposed to paying reparations to blacks for the enslavement of their ancestors.

Bruce Bartlett | April 09, 2002

When the president's budget is released every January, there is always a great deal of discussion, analysis and commentary about it.

Mon, Apr 08, 2002

Thomas Sowell | April 08, 2002

One of the many reasons why economists are unpopular is that they keep reminding people that things have costs, that there is no free lunch.

Jonah Goldberg | April 08, 2002

Yasser Arafat insists that he cannot stop suicide bombers and other terrorists while he is being held a virtual prisoner in his offices in Ramallah.

Cal Thomas | April 08, 2002

It is possible to state a truth -- even several truths, as President Bush did in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday -- and still reach wrong conclusions, as he also did.

Pat Buchanan | April 08, 2002

If President Bush is visibly agonizing over this Mideast crisis, who can blame him?

Suzanne Fields | April 08, 2002

What should a child know and when should he know it? This is not a trick question, but how you answer it may depend on how you think money should be spent on the Head Start program.

Ross Mackenzie | April 08, 2002

A Navy pilot, Lieutenant Commander Michael Scott Speicher, may be alive in Iraq. Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas cites "numerous reports" indicating Cdr. Speicher - shot down over Iraq in 1991 - "could be alive."

Robert Novak | April 08, 2002

Trial lawyers, one of the nation's most formidable pressure groups, have throttled "emergency" legislation deemed essential to the nation's economy in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.

John McCaslin | April 08, 2002

If you think your phone never stops ringing, imagine being a White House operator during these times of world crisis.

William F. Buckley | April 08, 2002

Do you have e-mail? Do you have a telephone-answering device? I ask because I am intrigued by an observation recently heard.