Sat, Aug 03, 2002

David Limbaugh | August 03, 2002

It is certainly appropriate for Congress to debate whether we should attack Iraq since it has the constitutional power to declare war.

Kathleen Parker | August 03, 2002

I hadn't dreamt of Jeannie in a long time, but there she was on "Larry King Live" a few nights ago, discussing her 35-year-old son's death from a heroin overdose.

Fri, Aug 02, 2002

Ann Coulter | August 02, 2002

Having dragged a group of Manhattan elites back from the Hamptons last week to attend a fund-raiser at a tony Chelsea night club, Al Gore criticized the Bush administration for "working on behalf of the powerful, and letting the people of this country get the short end of the stick."

Michelle Malkin | August 02, 2002

The Wall Street Journal editorial page is a reliable beacon of truth and common sense. Except when it comes to immigration.

Jonah Goldberg | August 02, 2002

Rarely have so many inaccurate statements been crammed into so few words.

Oliver North | August 02, 2002

"Around the world, from Western Europe to the Far East, many see the United States as arrogant, hypocritical, self-absorbed, self-indulgent and contemptuous of others."

Debra J. Saunders | August 02, 2002

The California state Senate passed a bill earlier this year telling schools to teach "compassion and respect for both humans and animals," and add the "promotion of compassion and respect for both humans and animals" to science, history and social science books.

Jacob Sullum | August 02, 2002

Jim Traficant may have forced his congressional staff to work at his family's horse farm, but he has done more than his share of manure-shoveling over the years.

Maggie Gallagher | August 02, 2002

William Pinsof, a respected family therapist and editor of Family Process Journal, has just devoted a whole issue to the idea that preventing divorce is, well, a bad idea.

William F. Buckley | August 02, 2002

It has been a month since President Bush announced that Yasser Arafat needed to be removed before the United States could acknowledge Palestine as a nascent state.

John Leo | August 02, 2002

When The New York Times ran a front-page report on civilian casualties in Afghanistan ("Flaws in U.S. Air War Left Hundreds of Civilians Dead"), bloggers descended on the article like ants on a picnic.

Charles Krauthammer | August 02, 2002

Traveling well beyond Geek Chic, the vague admiration for the pocket-protector brainies of the '90s, we are now in the midst of Disturbed Nerd Chic, the celebration of the seriously disturbed mathematical genius.

John McCaslin | August 02, 2002

I will tell you what -- I would much rather have a guy who was in bed with a young girl than a guy who's in bed with Enron.

Thu, Aug 01, 2002

Michelle Malkin | August 01, 2002

Just when you think you know somebody, he goes and gets himself detained by the FBI for questioning in connection with alleged ties to the terrorist network of Osama bin Laden.

Brent Bozell | August 01, 2002

Thirty years ago, love was never having to say you're sorry. If you think Hollywood was rather simplistic about this subject back then, consider the industry clueless today.

Larry Elder | August 01, 2002

Stop me before I eat again!

Cal Thomas | August 01, 2002

If there was ever any doubt about the intentions of the murderous machine known as Hamas, a comment by one of its leaders following Wednesday's cafeteria bombing at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, in which at least seven people were killed and dozens injured, should dispel any lingering illusions.

Suzanne Fields | August 01, 2002

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to become a lawyer, but at least one of them is going to try.

Ben Shapiro | August 01, 2002

On July 27, a plane at an air show in Ukraine plowed into a crowd of spectators, killing 78.'s "Quick Vote" poll question asked: "Is it time for a ban on public air shows?"

Debra J. Saunders | August 01, 2002

If you had any doubt as to whether President Bush was right to reject U.S. participation in the United Nations International Criminal Court, check out former Yugoslavian President Slobodan Milosevic's U.N.-sponsored war crimes tribunal in The Hague.

Linda Chavez | August 01, 2002

If asked to choose between what's good for the country and what's good for unions, most Democrats have no troubling picking sides.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 01, 2002

Now the media are overlooking an obvious story and a momentous one: Osama bin Laden is dead.

Robert Novak | August 01, 2002

Don Evans, as George W. Bush's close personal friend who chaired his 2000 campaign and is now secretary of commerce, never departs from the president's line.

Bruce Bartlett | August 01, 2002

As investors look for long-term fixes to the stock market's problems, new attention is being focused on the role of tax policy in encouraging them.

Larry Kudlow | August 01, 2002

Merrill Lynch is once again in a heap of trouble. But this time, the Wall Street monolith is feeling the heat from Congress, the SEC and the Justice Department.

Ross Mackenzie | August 01, 2002

They're doing the unconscionable to Priscilla Owen, but it's merely a trumpet-call for battles to come.

Wed, Jul 31, 2002

Thomas Sowell | July 31, 2002

The one monumental fact that is being ignored in all the political schemes to bring down the cost of pharmaceutical drugs is that it costs hundreds of millions of dollars to develop one successful new medicine.

Walter E. Williams | July 31, 2002

Every day, we hear something about markets. Your 6 o'clock news anchor might say, "The market had a bad day."

Jonah Goldberg | July 31, 2002

I don't normally say such things when I haven't been sniffing airplane glue, but: Hooray for Joe Biden!

David Limbaugh | July 31, 2002

Is any claim too ridiculous to be entertained by American courts? The latest outrage -- a class action suit by fast food foragers against the beguiling burger behemoths -- should make Jerry Springer proud, if not jealous.

Dennis Prager | July 31, 2002

In 1973, during the Arab embargo on oil exports that followed the Yom Kippur War between Israel and Egypt, many Americans had to deal with embargo-induced hour-long lines at gas stations, gas rationing, and various setbacks to the economy.

Pat Buchanan | July 31, 2002

Not a year has elapsed since the attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon that killed 3,000 Americans. Yet the national consensus behind the war on terror has begun to fray.

Bill Murchison | July 31, 2002

Now may be as good a time as any to announce an act of personal apostasy: I am quitting the craft of journalism in order to teach said craft.

Rich Tucker | July 31, 2002

It’s time for President Bush to resign. Alan Greenspan, too. Why? Because neither of them can fix our economy.

John McCaslin | July 31, 2002

"The far left is busy these days," observes Jennifer Bishop, of Austin, Texas, president and chief executive of

Armstrong Williams | July 31, 2002

Recently, my mother and I hosted a political fund-raiser on my family's farm in Marion, S.C. Ostensibly; the event was to introduce the people in my hometown to the man who will likely be their next senator.

Kathleen Parker | July 31, 2002

The new hefty-man lawsuit against four fast-food companies seems too silly to be true, but it's as serious as it was inevitable.

Tue, Jul 30, 2002

Thomas Sowell | July 30, 2002

Now that we have all breathed a sigh of relief at the rescue of the miners trapped underground in Somerset, Pa., perhaps we might reconsider some of the things that send men down into such hazardous places to get us the fuel to power our economy.

Brent Bozell | July 30, 2002

For several years now, politicians of both parties have been falling all over themselves to support yet another government entitlement: paying a hefty slice of prescription drug costs for senior citizens in the Medicare program.

Cal Thomas | July 30, 2002

Humorist Art Buchwald once observed that it was becoming more difficult to write satire because truth was funnier.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 30, 2002

If Bill Clinton were still in the White House, Republicans would be on the march against bigger government and bigger spending.

Frank Gaffney | July 30, 2002

If the New York Times is to be believed, Attorney General John Ashcroft has lost the allegiance of the religious conservatives whose strong support helped secure his confirmation in early 2001.

Bruce Bartlett | July 30, 2002

Wednesday, July 31, marks the 90th birthday of Milton Friedman, the most influential economist of the second half of the 20th century.

Jack Kemp | July 30, 2002

I want to commend you for reaching out for advice recently to a number of outside sources on what to do about the stock market, the economy and the challenges facing our global trading system.

Marvin Olasky | July 30, 2002

Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court early this summer gave school choice a green light, anti-choicers have asserted that vouchers are chancy because they've only been tested on a small scale so far. Canadians know that's not true

Mon, Jul 29, 2002

Suzanne Fields | July 29, 2002

Let's face it, ladies. We must have been born with some of the DNA of an elephant. Not in trunk or shape, but with the pachyderm's memory.

Debra J. Saunders | July 29, 2002

East does not meet West when it comes to America's drug war. California, Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and Washington have legalized medical marijuana.

Robert Novak | July 29, 2002

The mystery surrounding Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax audits against critics of President Bill Clinton during his administration has been cracked.