Sat, Jun 01, 2002

David Limbaugh | June 01, 2002

It is hard to imagine an event that could shake a nation back to reality more than the Sept. 11 attacks. For a while it did, but I fear we are drifting back to fantasyland at an alarming pace.

Debra J. Saunders | June 01, 2002

THE FBI can use its powers to investigate potential terrorist threats in America, or it can cover up its shortcomings -- but it can't do both well.

Robert Novak | June 01, 2002

Democratic leaders have abandoned any thought of holding their 2004 national convention the same week as the Republicans. But they may break the tradition that the party out of power holds its convention first, by scheduling it in September -- the week after Labor Day.

Fri, May 31, 2002

Thomas Sowell | May 31, 2002

Politics, according to an old adage, is "the art of the possible." But, during election years especially, politics has increasingly become the art of the impossible.

Michelle Malkin | May 31, 2002

Move out of the way, Ozzy Osbourne. There's another foul-mouthed celebrity who's vying for the bleeding-heart pop critics' Father of the Year award.

Brent Bozell | May 31, 2002

Last week, Dick Cheney, Robert Mueller, Donald Rumsfeld, and, for all I know, Willard Scott once again warned of modern-day threats to America.

Larry Elder | May 31, 2002

"That has nothing to do with intelligence," said former President Bill Clinton. "It basically says he's a dangerous guy that might do a lot of things."

Jonah Goldberg | May 31, 2002

The situation between historical rivals Pakistan and India is bad. Really bad. This is the closest the world has come to a nuclear war since at least the Cuban Missile Crisis and maybe ever.

Mona Charen | May 31, 2002

For months, President Bush has condemned, reviled, warned and threatened Saddam Hussein. It was hard to see what this gained us, though in telegraphing our punch, we clearly offered Hussein a protracted amount of time to reinforce his fortifications, hide his nuclear weapons (if he has any) and prepare for battle.

Oliver North | May 31, 2002

Attorney General John Ashcroft should be so lucky. He has the Herculean task of cleaning the dung and detritus left behind at the Justice Department by eight years of Janet Reno.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 31, 2002

There exists at this very moment a carefully held secret in the American media that has thus far escaped notice by even the most vigilant media watchdog groups.

Jacob Sullum | May 31, 2002

In the South Park episode "Here Comes the Neighborhood," white residents alarmed by an influx of wealthy black celebrities decide to burn "a lower case T" in the front yard of one newcomer. The "T," of course, stands for "time to leave."

Larry Kudlow | May 31, 2002

While stock markets have struggled to regain their stride this year, glittering gold has become a runaway investment story.

John McCaslin | May 31, 2002

A 15-year-old boy, of all liberal age groups, is the latest to attack President Bush's amnesty proposal for thousands of illegal immigrants from Mexico.

Bruce Bartlett | May 31, 2002

Lately, Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill has been traveling throughout Africa with rock singer Bono, an outspoken advocate of debt relief and increased foreign aid for Africa. Why O'Neill agreed to this silly tour is a mystery.

Charles Krauthammer | May 31, 2002

At a dinner last year at the Russian Embassy, a senior Russian official expressed deep dismay that the Bush administration was preparing to eliminate large numbers of nuclear missiles without any coordination with Russia.

Thu, May 30, 2002

Ann Coulter | May 30, 2002

In a new safety initiative, the Department of Transportation has instituted an affirmative-action program for Arabs interested in pursuing careers in aviation.

Thomas Sowell | May 30, 2002

"What's so great about America?" That is the provocative title of a new book by Dinesh D'Souza, a best-selling author who was born in India and who has now become an American citizen.

Cal Thomas | May 30, 2002

The FBI appears to have gotten the message -- the message contained in Special Agent Coleen Rowley's remarkable 13-page memo to Director Robert Mueller, detailing how agents were blocked from investigating suspected terrorists

Suzanne Fields | May 30, 2002

It wasn't exactly "High Noon" when George W. Bush stepped up to the microphones with Jacques Chirac at their joint press conference at the Elysee Palace, in a room rich with gold leaf and red velvet.

Ross Mackenzie | May 30, 2002

From one who devours well-marbled meats and can scarf down a large load of fries or a giant bag of kettle-fried chips at light-speed, this is a bit of eat-your-vegetables messianism.

Jack Kemp | May 30, 2002

I've just returned from your wonderful continent, where I visited Berlin and Dresden, Wittenberg and Leipzig, and celebrated the end of communism and the reunification of East and West Germany.

Wed, May 29, 2002

Michelle Malkin | May 29, 2002

Unidentified bandits stole 10 tons of sodium cyanide briquettes earlier this month during a roadside robbery in Mexico.

Walter E. Williams | May 29, 2002

Several years ago, I was invited to deliver a lecture in Porto Alegre, a beautiful city in southern Brazil. Before my lecture, I did a bit of window-shopping and visited a couple of computer supply stores.

Brent Bozell | May 29, 2002

"Personnel is policy" is an old axiom in politics. It also applies to the world of journalism, as evidenced by recent developments at The New York Times, which has been trending even further left with recent appointments.

Jonah Goldberg | May 29, 2002

Danny Pearl's execution is a recruitment video for savages. According to CBS News, the film is being distributed out of Saudi Arabia, our strategic partner for peace and the war on terrorism.

David Limbaugh | May 29, 2002

Have you ever wondered why liberals, who consider themselves open-minded, tolerant and the guardians of our civil liberties, sit idly by as many of our college campuses function as incubators for narrow-mindedness and enemies of free thought and expression?

Linda Chavez | May 29, 2002

Muravchik, the one-time chairman of the Young People's Socialist League, has written a book, "Heaven on Earth: The Rise and Fall of Socialism," that has him in hot water with some of his former comrades.

Frank Gaffney | May 29, 2002

President Bush has just put some expensive additional chips on an extraordinary gamble.

Bill Murchison | May 29, 2002

Well, now, is it the business of Americans, really, whether Great Britain in the coming month celebrates Queen Elizabeth's Golden Jubilee or replaces her with Mick Jagger?

Kathleen Parker | May 29, 2002

It is almost axiomatic that politicians will respond to criticism - excessively. So it seems to be even with President Bush, whose historical unwillingness to play by the rules was one of his cap's brightest feathers.

Bruce Bartlett | May 29, 2002

On April 16, Newsday, the Long Island newspaper, published a startling report that old oil fields in the Gulf of Mexico were somehow being refilled. That is, new oil was being discovered in fields where it previously had not existed.

Robert Novak | May 29, 2002

More than two months ago, the Building Trades Council of the AFL-CIO voted to cut off contributions to the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Marvin Olasky | May 29, 2002

Now that the school year is ending, it's time to award some miseducational Oscars or Emmys -- let's call them Dopeys -- to those who have messed with kids' minds. I suspect readers have their own nominees, but here are several that appeal to me.

Joel Mowbray | May 29, 2002

In the wake of Jimmy Carter’s embrace of Fidel Castro, the movement on Capitol Hill to engage the communist dictator is gaining force, which is very bad news indeed for the Cuban people.

Armstrong Williams | May 29, 2002

On May 22, exactly one year after her disappearance, the scattered remains of Chandra Levy were found in Rock Creek Park in Washington, D.C., prompting police to renew their quest to find out what happened to the intern.

John McCaslin | May 29, 2002

"I tried to give one to a bum on K Street and he wouldn't take it," says Jason Granger of Washington, among hundreds of readers weighing in on the much-hyped Sacajawea "golden dollar" - 1.4 billion of which were minted in 2000, only to fall through the cracks.

Mon, May 27, 2002

Thomas Sowell | May 27, 2002

When Hawaii recently passed a law controlling how high the price of gasoline can go in that state, it was the first law controlling the price of gasoline since 1981, when President Ronald Reagan ended federal control over oil prices.

Jonah Goldberg | May 27, 2002

They intend to tear down the world as we know it. And there are more on the way. No, not al-Qaida; I'm talking about bloggers.

Cal Thomas | May 27, 2002

General Electric, which traces its history to 1878 when Thomas Edison established the Edison Electric Light Company, has been responsible for enhancing the quality of human life in many ways.

Pat Buchanan | May 27, 2002

Last month, an intriguing little congressional pow-wow was clandestinely held -- no press invited -- in the Northern Virginia town of Leesburg. It was a three-day conference, and attendance appears to have been restricted by ethnicity and race.

Debra J. Saunders | May 27, 2002

A new report released by the U.S. Office of National Drug Control Policy verifies what savvy readers already knew: National Youth Anti-Drug Media campaign ads -- which cost U.S. taxpayers almost $1 billion over five years -- don't work.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 27, 2002

Congress and the Bush administration should clamp down on the federal bureaucracies that are trying to turn America into a bilingual nation.

William F. Buckley | May 27, 2002

Have the long fingernails of the state's smoking laws scratched up your life? There are two federal laws that authorize interventions to prohibit people from smoking.

Robert Novak | May 27, 2002

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has delivered a death sentence for the Crusader mobile artillery system, but a bitter debate rages backstage in the Pentagon over the future role of tube artillery to protect the American infantryman.

George Will | May 27, 2002

Gerald Reynolds is serene about the failed opposition of Senate liberals to the president's appointment of him to head the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.

Kathleen Parker | May 27, 2002

Let me begin by saying I love children, especially my own.

John Leo | May 27, 2002

Years ago an old friend, now deceased, was ordained a priest and joined a new community in the Midwest.