Sat, May 18, 2002

David Limbaugh | May 18, 2002

I want to thank Democratic leaders and their liberal pundit enablers for reminding me that despite Republicans sometimes straying from the reservation of conservatism and good sense, they will never match the mischief and folly of Democratic leaders.

Robert Novak | May 18, 2002

Secretary of State Colin Powell was on the telephone early last Monday morning to presidential political adviser Karl Rove, assuring him he was not responsible for and did not agree with that morning's New York Times front-page criticism of Rove.

Fri, May 17, 2002

Thomas Sowell | May 17, 2002

Vanderbilt University is one of a number of academic institutions that are making a special effort to attract Jewish students.

Michelle Malkin | May 17, 2002

President Bush signed an immigration reform bill this week that will supposedly make our borders "more secure" and "smart." But "smart" technology can't cure corrupted borders.

Brent Bozell | May 17, 2002

In the shell-shocked weeks after Sept. 11, we came to our television newscasts and print outlets with gratitude.

Jonah Goldberg | May 17, 2002

Much of the country has grown to love President Bush since Sept. 11, giving him the highest and most sustained approval ratings of any president since polling began.

Mona Charen | May 17, 2002

What will the universities of America do when they run out of victims groups to coddle and appease? Might they be forced to resume teaching the great works of civilization. Nah.

Oliver North | May 17, 2002

"Your strength can compensate for my weakness, and your wisdom can help to minimize my mistakes." -- Jimmy Carter, Inaugural Address, Jan. 20, 1977

Suzanne Fields | May 17, 2002

Four of us, two grandmothers and two mothers, sat on the terrace, celebrating Mother's Day at brunch, sipping mimosas, nibbling at cold salmon and warm quiche, talking about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Debra J. Saunders | May 17, 2002

Things are bad when the American people's last, best hope of returning sanity to domestic government spending is, gulp, the World Trade Organization.

Jacob Sullum | May 17, 2002

Did Attorney General John Ashcroft provide ammunition to a Taliban fighter? That is the thrust of a story that appeared in The New York Times on May 16 under the headline, "Lindh Wants Charge Dropped Using Justice Dept. Argument."

Larry Kudlow | May 17, 2002

Productivity and deflation go hand-in-hand. Thankfully, Alan Greenspan knows this, and he's doing the right thing.

Joel Mowbray | May 17, 2002

Preparing for the latest round of Social Security scare tactics, Republicans are planning a pre-emptive strike-—by shooting themselves before Democrats do.

George Will | May 17, 2002

Opponents of BCRA should welcome further interventions on its behalf by McCain et al. They are hanging themselves.

Thu, May 16, 2002

Ann Coulter | May 16, 2002

Having been cheerfully assured by "Handgun Control, Inc." (aka the Brady Campaign) that the Constitution protects only kiddie porn and says absolutely nothing about guns, the New York Times has been viciously denouncing Attorney General John Ashcroft for having the temerity to suggest that the Second Amendment protects the "right of the people to keep and bear arms."

Thomas Sowell | May 16, 2002

Accused pipe bomber Lucas John Helder had barely been taken into custody before people began saying that he was crazy. Apparently no one is responsible for doing wrong things any more.

Michelle Malkin | May 16, 2002

Do you remember those $3.5 million government ads that ran during the Super Bowl -- the ones linking drug use with terrorism?

Brent Bozell | May 16, 2002

A historical landmark by definition would preserve that place in time that added to the national fabric, ostensibly to be celebrated for many generations to come.

Cal Thomas | May 16, 2002

Gun control advocates are upset over Attorney General John Ashcroft's declaration last week, outlined in a legal brief before the Supreme Court

Debra J. Saunders | May 16, 2002

It says something about the Bay Area that when married yoga teacher Rodney Yee, 45, of Oakland allegedly has sex with his students, it's a front-page story.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 16, 2002

Do you remember those horrifying stories several weeks back about the suffering in the Church of the Nativity?

Ross Mackenzie | May 16, 2002

Loping around the bases.... President Bush continues to please. (1) By reversing three decades of federal Title IX enforcement, his administration now will encourage creation of single-gender public schools.

Wed, May 15, 2002

Walter E. Williams | May 15, 2002

How often do we hear politicians, labor bosses, business leaders and other Americans expressing concern about the nation's children and their children?

Jonah Goldberg | May 15, 2002

Whenever I open the newspaper to find an article about Jimmy Carter (or see him on TV) I scream, "Jimmy Carter?!

David Limbaugh | May 15, 2002

Sorry, but I've just about had my fill of the United Nations and the warped values it promotes. It is increasingly difficult to understand why the United States must continue to placate and support this misguided organization.

Pat Buchanan | May 15, 2002

"The commonest error in politics is sticking to the carcasses of dead policies," observed Lord Salisbury, the Prime Minister who presided over Britain's rapprochement with the Untied States.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 15, 2002

One of the goals of the globalists is to make everyone believe we are citizens of the world, not citizens of a particular country.

Maggie Gallagher | May 15, 2002

Have you heard the news? Americans HATE the Bush marriage initiative.

Kathleen Parker | May 15, 2002

While Jimmy Carter tours Cuba on the strong arm of the world's longest-ruling tyrant, U.S. President George W. Bush is readying a speech to announce even tougher sanctions against Cuba.

Armstrong Williams | May 15, 2002

The case for attacking Iraq and overthrowing Saddam Hussein's dictatorship is straightforward: Hussein is evil.

Charles Krauthammer | May 15, 2002

The Israelis, in particular, are repeatedly advised about the futility of fighting terrorism by military means. This is again odd coming from the United States, which is doing precisely that in Afghanistan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Yemen and other places we have yet to learn about.

William F. Buckley | May 15, 2002

The news of clerical sin has become so commonplace, journalistic interest attaches now to the absence of sin.

John McCaslin | May 15, 2002

Several weeks ago, visitors to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington noted that 24 of the 68 halogen footlights that illuminate the Wall were not functioning.

Jack Kemp | May 15, 2002

Former President Ronald Reagan once accused Congress of spending like a drunken sailor and immediately had second thoughts: "But that would be unfair to the drunken sailor. At least he's spending his own money."

Tue, May 14, 2002

Cal Thomas | May 14, 2002

It is eight months since that terrible day, and while the memory of the events remains strong, the pain and outrage associated with the day seem to be fading for those not related to the dead.

Debra J. Saunders | May 14, 2002

Bullfeathers. When schools name teams after a group, they do so because they see positive attributes in the group -- like a fighting spirit. It is a c-o-m-p-l-i-m-e-n-t.

Linda Chavez | May 14, 2002

To understand exactly how dangerous our capitulation to multiculturalism is to the future of our nation, step inside Samedi Sweets, a café in Northern Virginia.

Frank Gaffney | May 14, 2002

It seems at the moment that there is a surfeit of ex-Presidents of the United States making spectacles of themselves.

William F. Buckley | May 14, 2002

The American penchant for suing the pants off people isn't completely without rational foundation. Some laws, some actions, need to be contested with vigor and spirit.

Marvin Olasky | May 14, 2002

Pundits who classify political candidates as right-wingers or left-wingers are about to encounter a multicultural earthquake.

Mon, May 13, 2002

Brent Bozell | May 13, 2002

The Catholic Church continues to bleed. Her wounds were (mostly) self-inflicted, to be sure. Worse still, she is putting band-aids on them when surgery is required.

Pat Buchanan | May 13, 2002

"Volkert van der Graf, 32, is a slender, blond-haired Dutchman whose pictures reveal nothing special except perhaps a taut, ascetic look.

Suzanne Fields | May 13, 2002

Teen-age suicide is always a tragedy in any country. Parents, teachers, friends search their memories for clues they might have missed.

Debra J. Saunders | May 13, 2002

Look at a University of California application, and you'll see why UC Regent Ward Connerly wrote the Racial Privacy Initiative (RPI), which would prohibit the state from classifying people by their ethnicity.

Rich Tucker | May 13, 2002

Some things are not open for debate. For example, the First Amendment. “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech”. That’s an absolute, and should not be messed with.

Armstrong Williams | May 13, 2002

Recently, FOX News commentator Juan Williams and I joined sides in a reparations debate sponsored by the Harvard Black Law Students Association.

Kathleen Parker | May 13, 2002

This could be a fluke. Officials at Harvard may repair this obvious malfunction before it does any real damage, such as contaminating other institutions of higher learning.

George Will | May 13, 2002

An incumbent is running in Nevada's 1st Congressional District, yet the race resembles one for an open seat. Why? Because it is in this city, which could startle the nation come November.

John Leo | May 13, 2002

The New York Times gave excited coverage to "a novel theory of executions" the other day.

Robert Novak | May 13, 2002

The CIA does not want to be dragged into public debate with New York Times columnist Safire, and its officials insist that "we don't have a dog in that fight."