Sat, Aug 31, 2002

David Limbaugh | August 31, 2002

When you read about the state of California's latest assaults against its homeschoolers, don't just dismiss it as another left-coast phenomenon that doesn't affect you. This is bigger than California and involves more than education.

Joel Mowbray | August 31, 2002

Arriving in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia Thursday night and armed with a sense of purpose--and a list of 14 names--Chairman Dan Burton (R-IN) is leading a bipartisan delegation attempting to do something the State Department has stubbornly refused to do for nearly two decades: rescue kidnapped American children (some of whom are now young adults) trapped in the desert prison.

Robert Novak | August 31, 2002

Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, an aggressive hopeful for the Democratic presidential nomination, is privately giving his opinion that Al Gore will not run again in 2004.

Fri, Aug 30, 2002

Thomas Sowell | August 30, 2002

The television announcers raved about what a great tennis match it had been after Marat Safin defeated Nicolas Kiefer in a five-set match that lasted more than four hours at the U.S. Open. A newspaper headline the next morning said: "Safin Outlasts Kiefer in Thriller."

Michelle Malkin | August 30, 2002

The U.S. Olympic Committee made grown men and women cry this week when it eliminated Houston and Washington, D.C., from the running to host the 2012 summer games.

Brent Bozell | August 30, 2002

In democracies, cultural revolutions usually arrive in baby steps. Proposed radical political change through governmental action is normally repulsed or, if enacted, soon rejected.

Mona Charen | August 30, 2002

Most Americans can provide a list of threats facing the United States.

Debra J. Saunders | August 30, 2002

Dear Olympic Committee: Pick New York. You won't regret it.

Jacob Sullum | August 30, 2002

The Bush administration is no longer debating whether to launch a war against Iraq. The only question now is which empty gestures to make before attacking.

Thu, Aug 29, 2002

Thomas Sowell | August 29, 2002

Vice President Dick Cheney's speech to the Veterans of Foreign Wars on the need to end Saddam Hussein's terrorist regime in Iraq was a much-needed dose of cold, hard reality.

Larry Elder | August 29, 2002

Ed Crane, president of the libertarian think tank Cato Institute, supports term limits. He argues that term limits, among other things, prevent career politicians from becoming entrenched establishment figures no longer responsive to their constituents.

Cal Thomas | August 29, 2002

Health problems have sidelined former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, which is fine by the Tories, whose government representatives are in Johannesburg at the "Earth Summit," blaming America for the problems of the poor.

Suzanne Fields | August 29, 2002

The most entertaining beach diversion this summer is the rumor - rumor is probably all it is - that Bill Clinton is to have his own television talk show, to play a little sax on the side, to put the microphone in front of all those people whose pain he can feel.

Ben Shapiro | August 29, 2002

On Sept. 20, 2001, President Bush said that people were either with us or with the terrorists. The people in the State Department are with the terrorists. Let's go after them.

Linda Chavez | August 29, 2002

Call it the summer of deviance. Young girls abducted from their bedrooms, snatched from their front yards, victims of crimes too horrible to imagine.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 29, 2002

There is a habit of mind, among pundits and TV's talking heads, of apprising Americans of how they "feel" or what they "think" about this or that.

Ross Mackenzie | August 29, 2002

When I went off to boarding school my physician father said, "Except for food, don't put anything into your mouth that isn't given to you by a doctor." The advice helped make that teenager a non-smoker.

Bruce Bartlett | August 29, 2002

Last week (Aug. 27), the Congressional Budget Office released new budget projections showing larger deficits over the next few years than previously estimated. The deficits are also larger than those earlier forecast by the White House Office of Management and Budget.

Larry Kudlow | August 29, 2002

Yankee-hating has long been a part of our national pastime of baseball, especially when the Bronx Bombers dominate the game -- as they have since the mid-1990s.

Robert Novak | August 29, 2002

Photographs produced Sunday by former government scientist Steven J. Hatfill, purporting to show his "girlfriend's" apartment trashed by FBI agents, evoked an uneasy sense of recognition among law enforcement experts.

Wed, Aug 28, 2002

Michelle Malkin | August 28, 2002

Prosecutors snagged their first guilty plea in the Enron energy scandal last week. Former executive Michael Kopper admitted to money laundering and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.

Jonah Goldberg | August 28, 2002

President Bush's absence at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg has a large fraction of the international environmentalist community mad enough to kick a panda.

David Limbaugh | August 28, 2002

Under a bill just approved by the California legislature, a teenage boy in foster care could report his foster parents for a civil rights violation if they refuse to allow him to dress like a girl.

Dennis Prager | August 28, 2002

Moral and intellectual confusion has become the norm at our universities, with the most recent example coming from the University of North Carolina.

Pat Buchanan | August 28, 2002

Sorting out all the reasons for ridding the world of Saddam, The New Republic makes out what its editors call the "Best Case."

Debra J. Saunders | August 28, 2002

President Bush was right to skip the U.N. "Earth Summit" now convening in Johannesburg, South Africa, and send a delegation headed by Secretary of State Colin Powell instead.

Bill Murchison | August 28, 2002

Oh, if we could just believe it -- the news, duly relayed by organs like The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, that this fall suits are back in the business world.

Kathleen Parker | August 28, 2002

Few naps have been as gratifying as the one I enjoyed during a recent Q &A with Florida gubernatorial candidate Janet Reno.

John McCaslin | August 28, 2002

"The U.S. State Department would do well to remember that it answers to the president of the United States, not the European Union."

Marvin Olasky | August 28, 2002

Whole lot of hate speech goin' on this summer, our press tutors say. The New York Times reported that former Southern Baptist Convention president Jerry Vines' critique of Islam is "hate speech against Muslims."

Tue, Aug 27, 2002

Walter E. Williams | August 27, 2002

You've written a tuition check, carted your son or daughter off to college, given those last minute admonitions and made those tearful good byes.

Brent Bozell | August 27, 2002

Now here's something that doesn't happen every day: Radio shock jocks are having to absorb some shock of their own.

Cal Thomas | August 27, 2002

It's back-to-school time. That means school supplies, clothes, packing lunches and the annual battle over what can be taught.

Debra J. Saunders | August 27, 2002

The blunders regularly made by the GOP's woeful gubernatorial hopeful Bill Simon have been so monumental, so breathtaking, that it's been near impossible for my brethren in ink to keep their eyes off him.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 27, 2002

The U.S. Department of Justice took time out from its war on terrorists this month to order local election boards all across the country to publish ballots for the November election in various foreign languages.

Frank Gaffney | August 27, 2002

There has been a subtle change in the unsolicited advice George W. Bush is receiving from prominent figures concerned that he is determined to lead the Nation to war against Iraq.

Jack Kemp | August 27, 2002

The ultimate answer to terrorism is to eliminate the fertile environment of hate and hopelessness in which it breeds. Once terrorism erupts, it must be extinguished by force, as the president is trying to do.

Bruce Bartlett | August 27, 2002

Almost since the day he took office, Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill has drawn attacks from both liberals and conservatives.

Armstrong Williams | August 27, 2002

More and more Americans are giving themselves over to the warm decadence of victimhood.

Mon, Aug 26, 2002

Pat Buchanan | August 26, 2002

He died at 89, unknown to most Americans. Yet, he was an authentic hero to whom all Americans owe a debt -- for our freedom and victory in the Cold War.

George Will | August 26, 2002

The NEA has gone into wartime mode and become a sensitivity tutor for parents and teachers. The result makes one wish the NEA would stick to misleading legislators.

Kathleen Parker | August 26, 2002

I feel guilty that, like more and more Americans, I've opted in recent months to drive relatively short distances rather than to fly. Not because I'm afraid of terrorists, but because life is short.

Robert Novak | August 26, 2002

When Congress reconvenes after Labor Day, President Bush will face a showdown over his efforts to maintain some control over the federal budget.