Sat, Aug 10, 2002

David Limbaugh | August 10, 2002

Have you ever considered what it would be like to be a black political conservative in modern America? How many people are brave enough to endure the kind of vilification and scorn they routinely encounter?

Robert Novak | August 10, 2002

The Carpenters Union, the object of ardent wooing by President Bush since it left the AFL-CIO last year, has just contributed $1 million to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC).

Kathleen Parker | August 10, 2002

The messy business last week of a man trying to prevent his ex-girlfriend's abortion is the best argument yet for marriage. At least for men.

George Will | August 10, 2002

Major League Baseball's labor negotiations involve two paradoxes. The players' union's primary objective is to protect the revenues of a very few very rich owners--principally, the Yankees'.

Fri, Aug 09, 2002

Ann Coulter | August 09, 2002

How is it that the New York Times managed to locate the only eight people in America opposed to attacking Iraq?

Michelle Malkin | August 09, 2002

Whenever I head out for an early evening walk by the neighborhood lake with my husband and toddler, we follow the same routine. Put on our shoes. Take a trip to the Blue's Clues potty. And finally: Spray.

Brent Bozell | August 09, 2002

It seems like a lifetime ago -- before Tipper Gore cravenly backed out of the culture-criticism business so her husband could more effectively mine that Hollywood cash -- that MTV was criticized for its racy music videos.

Mona Charen | August 09, 2002

In 1975, Jimmy Carter's arms control director Paul Warnke published an article titled "Apes on a Treadmill," which summarized liberal thinking on the "lessons of Vietnam."

Oliver North | August 09, 2002

For five generations, my wife's family has vacationed in the low country along the Carolina coast. Down here, where the weather is important to the livelihood of so many, people look to the skies and the sea for signs of what conditions will be like tomorrow, or next week or even next month.

Debra J. Saunders | August 09, 2002

You have to wonder what the protesters would put on their signs if the vice president's name weren't Dick.

Jacob Sullum | August 09, 2002

In a recent ABC News special, John Stossel interviews New York City police officers who are watching a protest by opponents of the war on drugs, waiting to catch anyone who dares to light up a joint.

Joel Mowbray | August 09, 2002

In an unusual display of political ineptitude, the White House has chosen to ignore pleas from conservatives and family groups and decided to pick a fight with the parents of kidnapped kids.

Ross Mackenzie | August 09, 2002

Of all American families with children, 27 percent consist of married couples and a single parent heads 73 percent.

John McCaslin | August 09, 2002

Word that Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle landed a $500,000 book advance to reflect on his two "turbulent" years as majority leader has led a few helpful Senate Republican aides to develop some appropriate chapter titles:

Charles Krauthammer | August 09, 2002

Three years ago, the CEO of Amazon was Time's Person of the Year. Bill Gates was God. Venture capitalists and dot-com entrepreneurs were American heroes. That was when the market was up.

Thu, Aug 08, 2002

Larry Elder | August 08, 2002

Question: Who believes most in free trade -- Democrats or Republicans?

Jonah Goldberg | August 08, 2002

If an Iraqi agent sneaks into America with a backpack nuclear bomb or a mason jar full of small pox, will it only kill Jeff Danziger and people who think like him?

Cal Thomas | August 08, 2002

Truth appears in Washington with the frequency of Halley's comet, but when it does it shines like the tail of that infrequent celestial visitor.

Suzanne Fields | August 08, 2002

Prejudice, like politics, is local. It breeds like mosquitoes beside a stagnant pond where the bites need scratching.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 08, 2002

How did the Prohibitionists take the news? I am thinking of the Prohibitionists, who are patrolling our diets and lifestyles always with their loyal servitors, the trial lawyers, at their side.

Bruce Bartlett | August 08, 2002

When Congress returns from its August recess, the issue of corporate "inversions" will likely be close to the top of its agenda.

Robert Novak | August 08, 2002

The Commerce Department's painful report last week that the national economy is worse than anticipated obscured the document's startling revelation.

Joel Mowbray | August 08, 2002

With an Israeli and American death toll in past week alone of 23 innocent civilians, including five Americans killed at Hebrew University, Israel is clearly engaged in a war—yet the Bush Administration condemns Israel for using a tactic we employ in our own War on Terror: targeting terrorists.

Ross Mackenzie | August 08, 2002

Three items. You make your own judgments....

Wed, Aug 07, 2002

Thomas Sowell | August 07, 2002

There was a painful irony in an upbeat newspaper story about a man of modest income who was able to continue living in San Mateo County, California, only because he could rent a government-subsidized apartment for $850 a month.

Michelle Malkin | August 07, 2002

Dr. Patrick Chavis is dead. Will the liberal politicians and gullible media who made him a poster boy for government-imposed affirmative action shed a single tear, or will they continue to ignore what a shameful tragedy his life became?

Walter E. Williams | August 07, 2002

Each July 4, we celebrate the founding of our nation, but how many Americans understand, much less respect, the founding principles?

David Limbaugh | August 07, 2002

Don't be fooled by the apparent rift in the Democratic Party among its presidential contenders in general, or between Al Gore and Joe Lieberman in particular.

Dennis Prager | August 07, 2002

It would appear that every generation confronts a major moral test. A great evil presents itself as a good, and the world that is not victimized by that evil is tested: Can it recognize the evil and confront it?

Pat Buchanan | August 07, 2002

Surely, he is the most politically incorrect leader on earth. He calls abortion a sin against God and murder of the innocent.

Ben Shapiro | August 07, 2002

Baseball is America's national pastime for many reasons. It's the most intelligent major sport. It encourages personal achievement just as much as team play. When a pitcher and hitter square off, it's one on one, a showdown.

Debra J. Saunders | August 07, 2002

Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., is worried about former Vice President Al Gore. Lieberman thinks that Gore came across as too anti-rich when they ran for the White House in 2000.

Linda Chavez | August 07, 2002

Ever since California voters banned racial preferences in college admissions to state schools in 1996, university administrators have been trying to come up with a way to boost their minority admissions.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 07, 2002

The delays and wrangles about President George W. Bush's scores of unconfirmed judicial nominees highlight the underlying issues between the two political parties. The Republicans want constitutionalists and the Democrats want judicial activists.

Armstrong Williams | August 07, 2002

For the better part of the past two centuries, military deserters and traitors were sent before a firing squad.

John McCaslin | August 07, 2002

Senate Minority Leader Trent Lott, who admits he has been accused of wearing a hairpiece, has been surprised to learn that former Rep. James A. Traficant Jr. (D-Ohio) was wearing a toupee all these years.

Kathleen Parker | August 07, 2002

As President Bush heads off to his beloved, snake-infested Crawford, Texas, ranch for a "vacation" amid criticism that he ought to stay in the even hotter hell-hole that is our nation's capital in August;

Tue, Aug 06, 2002

Thomas Sowell | August 06, 2002

A black man waiting at a bus stop called to me as I was bicycling down the street: "You're the first black man I have seen over here in a long time."

Brent Bozell | August 06, 2002

August is usually an awful month for news out of the nation's capital, and so the national press will try hard to make something out of nothing.

Jonah Goldberg | August 06, 2002

"Europeans have done something that no one has ever done before: create a zone of peace where war is ruled out, absolutely out,"

Cal Thomas | August 06, 2002

Former Vice President Al Gore has finally gotten around to questioning presidential ethics.

Bill Murchison | August 06, 2002

And, omigosh, don't ask, "Al who?" Is it possible not to know? Albert Gore, last spotted somewhere or other sporting a beard, showed up last Sunday on the New York Times op-ed page to announce, if not in so many words, his political resurrection.

Marvin Olasky | August 06, 2002

As Israel has learned, it is not easy to strike back at terrorists who put their own children at great risk.

Jack Kemp | August 06, 2002

Last week I attended a remarkable conference put on by Fortune magazine, "Brainstorm 2002," which I believe very well may come to supercede Devos as the most important world forum on globalization and how to help lift poor countries out of poverty by strengthening the world trading system and expanding liberal democracy.

Bruce Bartlett | August 06, 2002

In a recent column on cigarette smuggling, I mentioned that organized crime and even terrorist groups have now become engaged in this lucrative trade.

Mon, Aug 05, 2002

Pat Buchanan | August 05, 2002

"The 'house of world order' will have to be built from the bottom up. ... An end run around sovereignty, eroding it piece by piece, will accomplish much more than the old-fashioned frontal assault."

Suzanne Fields | August 05, 2002

George Washington may once have been thought of as "first in war, first in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen," but recent generations find him boring (when not forgotten).

William F. Buckley | August 05, 2002

Democracy is having spring practice on the matter of whether we ought to go to war against Saddam Hussein.

John Leo | August 05, 2002

Frequent Flyer magazine once ran a poll showing that nearly four out of 10 executives who fly a lot had witnessed at least one example of "air rage" in the previous year.

Robert Novak | August 05, 2002

"I hope people who are following this debate realize that we are having a debate about politics," said Sen. Phil Gramm