Sat, Apr 20, 2002

David Limbaugh | April 20, 2002

Someone raised the objection to my last column that its main point -- that Arab nations stand in solidarity against Israel in its conflict with Palestinians -- is too obvious even to mention. Hmmm.

Rich Tucker | April 20, 2002

It’s much easier to frighten someone if you don’t give him all the information he needs to come to a reasonable conclusion.

Robert Novak | April 20, 2002

Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott and four other senior Republican senators headed a fund-raiser at La Colline restaurant on Capitol Hill last Wednesday night for Rep. John E. Sununu's campaign against Sen. Bob Smith in the New Hampshire Republican primary.

Fri, Apr 19, 2002

Michelle Malkin | April 19, 2002

Home schooling is looking more and more like the only sane educational option these days.

Brent Bozell | April 19, 2002

Liberal media bias strikes most people as a subject that needs no elaboration. You either believe it's a real problem, or you don't.

Jonah Goldberg | April 19, 2002

On Monday, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights voted to condemn Israel. This is hardly news.

Mona Charen | April 19, 2002

On a recent trip to the Florida Keys, my family and I witnessed two scenes that illustrate some of what is delightful and a bit of what is dismaying in modern America.

Oliver North | April 19, 2002

An old adage says, "The more things change, the more they stay the same." Some argue that today this maxim is irrelevant, but with war, it's undeniable.

Jacob Sullum | April 19, 2002

A federal judge recently told the U.S. Department of Justice that it was not authorized to define the legitimate practice of medicine. Assistant Attorney General Robert McCallum kept trying anyway.

Joel Mowbray | April 19, 2002

In the lead of a Page 1, above-the-fold story, the Washington Post stunningly announced that Israeli forces were pulling out of two “conquered” West Bank towns. Conquered?

Charles Krauthammer | April 19, 2002

Eleven years ago, after its swift and crushing victory over Iraq, the United States bestrode the Middle East like a colossus.

John McCaslin | April 19, 2002

We've just finished reading what's being dubbed "the first book" on the secretary of defense - "The Rumsfeld Way," by Jeffrey A. Krames

Thu, Apr 18, 2002

Ann Coulter | April 18, 2002

Having wearied of opposing the war on terrorism, Democrats are now trying to sabotage the country's energy policy. A better idea, they think, is to continue sending large amounts of money to countries that nurture homicidal Muslims intent on destroying America.

Thomas Sowell | April 18, 2002

The next time someone receives an award as an outstanding teacher, take a close look at the reasons given for selecting that particular person.

Michelle Malkin | April 18, 2002

As I helped my toddler get dressed this morning, in a crisp white T-shirt imprinted with an American flag and a pair of embroidered blue jeans, I couldn't erase a heinous picture from my mind.

Brent Bozell | April 18, 2002

Given that foul cultural floodwaters are on the rise most everywhere, a small celebration is in order when they recede, even a little.

Cal Thomas | April 18, 2002

As one of only two dissenters in the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe vs. Wade case, which ushered in abortion on demand (William Rehnquist was the other), Associate Justice Byron White, who died April 15, wrote words that were as prophetic as they were profound...

Suzanne Fields | April 18, 2002

Mothers, according to Jewish tradition, are protective of their children. "No matter how many children parents have," according to a Yiddish folk saying, "each child is the only one they have." Such attitudes may create pampered sons and Jewish princesses, but also mean that Jewish parents expect their children to live life to the fullest.

Debra J. Saunders | April 18, 2002

On paper, Bill Simon may look like road kill. But don't expect to scrape his carcass off the pavement anytime soon. Defying the conventional wisdom, Simon very well could be California's next governor.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 18, 2002

One of the great fascinations for me in observing national events is to witness how today's Conventional Wisdom on a particular matter is totally forgotten tomorrow. Put another way, what was the Conventional Wisdom of yesterday is an antique, totally forgotten today.

Larry Kudlow | April 18, 2002

Once again, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle has the story dead wrong on taxes and the economy.

George Will | April 18, 2002

One car company is running ads in which its suave 44-year old CEO underscores his love for the outdoors by saying, ``I won't even stay in a hotel if I can't open the windows.''

Bruce Bartlett | April 18, 2002

One of the main arguments against George W. Bush's decision to impose tariffs on foreign steel is that it would undermine U.S. efforts to get other countries to adopt free trade policies. Bush dismissed this argument and imposed trade protection anyway. However, the chickens are already coming home to roost.

Ross Mackenzie | April 18, 2002

The Palestinians never have had a homeland. As a reader of my newspaper noted in a letter to the editor last month, they have twice refused to accept a homeland - "once, more than 50 years ago, when the United Nations offered them part of the Palestine Mandate (governed by Britain between the World Wars), and (in 2000) when Yasser Arafat literally walked away from achieving a country of his own."

Robert Novak | April 18, 2002

When Bill Clinton left office, conservative gadfly Larry Klayman was locked in combat over Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits of the Clinton administration's enemies -- including Klayman's Judicial Watch organization.

Wed, Apr 17, 2002

Walter E. Williams | April 17, 2002

The Enron case made headlines because fraud and deception of such magnitude is fairly unusual in the corporate world.

Jonah Goldberg | April 17, 2002

During his presidential campaign, George W. Bush regularly denounced the "soft bigotry" of low expectations. He was referring to the practice of expecting less of black students than we do of others.

David Limbaugh | April 17, 2002

If you doubt that the entire international Arab community is in lockstep with Arafat and the Palestinians against Israel, you should review recent statements of Arab leaders and spokespersons.

Cal Thomas | April 17, 2002

As one of only two dissenters in the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe vs. Wade case, which ushered in abortion on demand (William Rehnquist was the other), Associate Justice Byron White, who died April 15, wrote words that were as prophetic as they were profound.

Pat Buchanan | April 17, 2002

As America's attention was riveted on the Middle East last week, another floor was being quietly added to the superstructure of the World Government that is rising to rule over our grandchildren.

Phyllis Schlafly | April 17, 2002

The name Charles Pickering should not be allowed to fade away in our memories.

Jack Kemp | April 17, 2002

With the agony of filing federal tax returns once again behind us, it is useful to recall the words of the famous German philosopher, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel:

Kathleen Parker | April 17, 2002

Every time I hear of another Palestinian "suicide bomber," I think: Darwin Awards.

John McCaslin | April 17, 2002

Many Washingtonians have put on a few pounds since Sept. 11. "A study of recent dining habits, particularly since September 11, shows that diners are ordering items traditionally considered 'comfort foods,' such as macaroni and cheese

William F. Buckley | April 17, 2002

Well, the Vatican has acted, or at least it has gone through the motions.

Tue, Apr 16, 2002

Thomas Sowell | April 16, 2002

It is ironic that the current Middle East conflict is taking place on the 20th anniversary of the Falkland Islands war because both involved the same key factor -- war brought on by pacifism.

Cal Thomas | April 16, 2002

The media are full of "news analyses" which say President Bush has lost his edge in the war on terrorism.

Linda Chavez | April 16, 2002

As scams go, this one's a whopper. More than 100,000 Americans have filed claims with the Internal Revenue Service for $2.7 billion in nonexistent tax credits for slave reparations in the last two years alone.

Maggie Gallagher | April 16, 2002

When parents are married, children do better and so do taxpayers.

Bill Murchison | April 16, 2002

Imagine telling a Roman Catholic cardinal he should be in prison.

Marvin Olasky | April 16, 2002

Words like "war" and "peace" are frequent flyers in press coverage of the current Israeli-Palestinian war, but one that should be before our eyes -- dhimmi -- is nowhere to be seen.

Armstrong Williams | April 16, 2002

The pastor's eyelids are drooping. Sweat is beading on his forehead. He takes out a tissue, dabs his cheek and then sighs intolerably. Apparently, it takes a lot of energy to lie about folks once they've died.

Bruce Bartlett | April 16, 2002

The biggest challenge George W. Bush faces in coming months is keeping control of the domestic agenda while most of his attention remains fixed on the war against terrorism.

Mon, Apr 15, 2002

Suzanne Fields | April 15, 2002

Some of the most privileged women in the Western world are complaining that their advantages have become disadvantages.

George Will | April 15, 2002

The United States has asked for and received extraordinary help from Pakistan in the war on terrorism. Now Pakistan has asked for something from the United States.

John Leo | April 15, 2002

Back in 1981, an astute writer at Time magazine (that would be me) noticed that pro-pedophilia arguments were catching on among some sex researchers and counselors.

Armstrong Williams | April 15, 2002

The end of last month marked the beginning of Passover, in which Jews throughout the world celebrated the exodus of Jewish slaves from Egypt.

Robert Novak | April 15, 2002

Conservative sage William J. Bennett, blunt as ever, last Thursday said publicly what elected Republican officials say privately.

William F. Buckley | April 15, 2002

My vote is that Ariel Sharon's offensive is the stupidest campaign in recent memory.