Sat, May 04, 2002

David Limbaugh | May 04, 2002

Two brilliant commentators have recently written columns expressing optimism about the conservative movement.

Robert Novak | May 04, 2002

Well-placed Democratic sources report plans for Al Gore and Sen. Joseph Lieberman, the party's 2000 ticket, to make an unprecedented bid for the 2004 presidential and vice-presidential nominations as a team.

Fri, May 03, 2002

Ann Coulter | May 03, 2002

Liberals have finally found a people even more worthy of their admiration than the adulterous French: synagogue-burning, genital-mutilating, terrorist-cheering Muslims.

Thomas Sowell | May 03, 2002

A riot is a strange thing to commemorate. But many in the media and in politics have commemorated the 10th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots that erupted after policemen who beat Rodney King were acquitted.

Michelle Malkin | May 03, 2002

We live in the Age of Exhibitionism. Underwear is outerwear. Gauze is a coverup. "Bare midriff" is redundant.

Brent Bozell | May 03, 2002

ABC's longtime morning physician, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, has been suspended for a week without pay from her slot on "Good Morning America."

Jonah Goldberg | May 03, 2002

On Wednesday, Attorney General John Ashcroft announced he was proposing legislation to make it difficult for child pornographers to manufacture "virtual porn."

Mona Charen | May 03, 2002

Who supports the Palestinians living in these camps? Mostly, the Europeans. We pay approximately 30 percent of the bill for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the U.N. agency that administers the relief.

Cal Thomas | May 03, 2002

May is "sweeps" month, when local television stations do stories on teenage prostitutes and networks crank out specials, along with their usual sex, violence and profanity, believing such programming will boost ratings and advertising revenue.

Oliver North | May 03, 2002

"It's great to be home," said the U.S. Army Ranger. "I just got back from Kosovo."

Debra J. Saunders | May 03, 2002

Speaking before the Commonwealth Club in San Jose Tuesday, President Bush knew he was in enemy territory.

Jacob Sullum | May 03, 2002

Asked to comment on a New York City co-op board's recent decision to bar new residents from smoking at home, Dean Rouse used the strongest epithet he could think of.

Kathleen Parker | May 03, 2002

Gross. Imagine using such a banal slang word to describe such a historically austere and gravitas-saturated institution as the Catholic Church.

Larry Kudlow | May 03, 2002

Listening to Wall Streeters whine about the so-called disconnect between the rising economy and the falling stock market, ordinary investors could be led to believe that the stock market hasn't made any progress at all.

William F. Buckley | May 03, 2002

The ongoing drama of the Catholic Church in a liberal society is tantalizing. Day by day, the bishops run into U.S. orthodoxies.

Ross Mackenzie | May 03, 2002

The press hive has begun to buzz about - if you can stand it - "conservative" disaffection from President Bush. And even now the hive is humming with advice to Democrats on how to win.

John McCaslin | May 03, 2002

If you haven't heard, former White House Counsel John Dean says he will reveal next month who he believes was Deep Throat, the anonymous Watergate informant to scribes Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein of The Washington Post.

Joel Mowbray | May 03, 2002

Lost in the immense coverage of the Mideast crisis, from the homicide bombings to Israel's military response, is the very real and tragic suffering of the Palestinian people.

Charles Krauthammer | May 03, 2002

All this for a phantom massacre. Yet this same Middle East conflict yields no shortage of real massacres:

Thu, May 02, 2002

Jonah Goldberg | May 02, 2002

What would be so terrible about getting a kidney from a vending machine?

Pat Buchanan | May 02, 2002

Ariel Sharon is now contemplating annexation of half of the West Bank. So The Washington Times reports, and so Israel's Foreign Minister confirms.

Suzanne Fields | May 02, 2002

I collect books and stories about the Holocaust like certain Southerners read everything written about the Civil War.

Maggie Gallagher | May 02, 2002

The academic establishment (most notably in the outward visible form of University of California President Richard Atkinson) has declared war on the Scholastic Assessment Test.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 02, 2002

If I am accurately perceiving the national controversy over pederasty in the American Roman Catholic Church, I have to conclude that the Boy Scouts of America are vindicated.

Robert Novak | May 02, 2002

Venezuela's agony under a leftist demagogue elected by the people has enabled Democratic Sen. Christopher Dodd to revive his vendetta against Assistant Secretary of State Otto Reich.

Larry Kudlow | May 02, 2002

From the money perspective, there is very little chance of a so-called double-dip recession -- meaning this recovery is for real.

Bruce Bartlett | May 02, 2002

"It is a standard tactic to take someone's proposal, misstate it and then disagree with it. It's very effective. I've used it myself."

George Will | May 02, 2002

Anti-Semitism is a stronger force in world affairs than it has been since it went into a remarkably brief eclipse after the liberation of the Nazi extermination camps in 1945.

Wed, May 01, 2002

Michelle Malkin | May 01, 2002

Abercrombie & Fitch tried to sell some silly T-shirts with Asian caricatures a few weeks ago. One showed a pair of slant-eyed Chinese men with the phrase, "Wong Brothers Laundry Service: Two Wongs Can Make It White."

Walter E. Williams | May 01, 2002

There are six-person and there are three-person families. So is it fair that a six-person family live crowded in a 1,500 square foot house, while that three-person family enjoys 5,000 square feet?

Brent Bozell | May 01, 2002

Have you ever wondered why there just has to be such puerile junk on television?

David Limbaugh | May 01, 2002

Christian conservatives rightly lament the extent to which the courts have restricted religious freedom in the name of protecting it under the First Amendment's Establishment Clause.

Cal Thomas | May 01, 2002

It is irritating, if not outrageous, to watch the crown prince of Saudi Arabia tell the elected president of the United States that he must put more pressure on the elected prime minister of Israel to bend to the will of a dictatorial Arab regime.

Pat Buchanan | May 01, 2002

When fascism comes to America, said Huey Long, it will come in the guise of anti-fascism. And since Vietnam, it has been so.

Suzanne Fields | May 01, 2002

My daughter's middle name is Hope. On my way to the hospital on June 6, 1967, I listened with alarm to the radio descriptions of the bombs exploding in the Middle East.

Debra J. Saunders | May 01, 2002

The state of California may be on the verge of getting in the slave reparations business.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 01, 2002

Zero tolerance has become ridiculous when applied to little boys playing cops and robbers or drawing pictures of guns, but it's sound and sensible when applied to illegal drugs.

William F. Buckley | May 01, 2002

The New York broadcasting station I once had a voice in governing (WNCN) went from all-classical to all-rock 20 years ago because revenues had fallen below maintenance level.

Armstrong Williams | May 01, 2002

While some extra money can help the downtrodden, it cannot raise their children.

Kathleen Parker | May 01, 2002

Measuring the success of American diplomacy these days seems to come down to a single question: Did Bush get him in the truck?

John McCaslin | May 01, 2002

James Carter, former senior economist with the Joint Economic Committee, has his work cut out for him at the White House, where he now serves on the National Economic Council.

John Leo | May 01, 2002

Getting a social reform passed is tough enough. Next comes the harder problem of dealing with stubborn resistance from bureaucrats who refuse to change.

Robert Novak | May 01, 2002

A bipartisan Senate Finance Committee investigation has found that Enron Corp., no paragon of free-market deregulation, gorged itself on corporate welfare.

Jack Kemp | May 01, 2002

During the last two weeks, I had two grandchildren turn 12 and another turn 7. Like most American kids, they spend their time studying, playing and thinking about growing up and going to college.

Tue, Apr 30, 2002

Linda Chavez | April 30, 2002

When Karen Hughes announced she was resigning her high-power White House post to spend more time with her family, it came as no surprise to me.

Bill Murchison | April 30, 2002

Dallas' mayor -- yes, the principal official of conservative Dallas -- bids the city council outlaw "discrimination" against gays and lesbians, and the council is deemed likely to comply.

Frank Gaffney | April 30, 2002

President Bush's success on Sunday in brokering a deal to spring Yasser Arafat from his Israeli-imposed house-arrest in Ramallah calls to mind a cautionary adage: Be careful what you wish for.

Marvin Olasky | April 30, 2002

Does American credibility with the Arab world depend on repositioning U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East -- becoming neutral, rather than supportive of Israel?

Bruce Bartlett | April 30, 2002

The White House was gratified by the announcement last Friday that the nation's real gross domestic product grew 5.8 percent in the first quarter.

Mon, Apr 29, 2002

Kathleen Parker | April 29, 2002

While many Americans were toting their daughters to work a few days ago, celebrating "Take Our Daughters to Work Day," pundits were obsessing about the meaning of Karen Hughes' departure from her White House job.