Sat, Sep 07, 2002

David Limbaugh | September 07, 2002

In rejecting Justice Priscilla Owen, a perfectly qualified nominee for the federal appellate bench, the Democratically controlled Senate Judiciary Committee has exhibited again its selective contempt for the Constitution it is entrusted to safeguard.

Robert Novak | September 07, 2002

Dissatisfaction by Republican senators over their briefing Wednesday by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was intensified by the contrast with President Bush's performance a few hours earlier.

Fri, Sep 06, 2002

Ann Coulter | September 06, 2002

In "The Trust" by Susan E. Tifft and Alex S. Jones, a fawning historical account of the New York Times and the family behind it, the authors describe how the Newspaper of Record conspired to hide information about the Holocaust:

Michelle Malkin | September 06, 2002

Here's another item to add to Dr. Laura's list of "10 Stupid Things Women Do to Mess Up Their Lives": Stupid treachery.

Jonah Goldberg | September 06, 2002

Recently, I was pulled over for speeding by a policeman just across the Wyoming border in South Dakota. I was going about as fast as everybody else around me.

Mona Charen | September 06, 2002

Jimmy Carter has come out sniveling. Writing in The Washington Post, he airs his disgust with the current administration's handling of international affairs -- starting with its supposed "abandonment" of interest in human rights and extending to its support for Israel.

Oliver North | September 06, 2002

The man was heckled, jeered and taunted -- all but spat upon -- by representatives attending the United Nations World Conference on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Debra J. Saunders | September 06, 2002

This just in: The Alabama federal judge who sentenced a black nonviolent first-time drug offender to three concurrent sentences of life without parole in 1993 just has sentenced a white lawyer-turned-drug-dealer to four months in a work-release facility.

Jacob Sullum | September 06, 2002

The local Home Depot is well-stocked with American flags of various sizes, along with flagpoles and flag holders. That was not the case last fall.

Charles Krauthammer | September 06, 2002

Whenever I hear Sept. 11 referred to as just a tragedy, I wince. The San Francisco Earthquake was a tragedy. The Johnstown Flood was a tragedy. Hurricane Andrew was a tragedy. A tragedy is an act of God. Sept. 11 was no act of God. It was an act of man. An act of war.

John McCaslin | September 06, 2002

If you believe what you read in the new Simon & Schuster book "The Emerging Democratic Majority," Republicans on Capitol Hill might as well pack their bags and head home.

Joel Mowbray | September 06, 2002

In a move that crossed traditional journalistic boundaries - and not for the better - Fox News talk-show host Bill O'Reilly arranged a rendezvous in London last weekend for Patricia Roush's two daughters (who were escorted to Europe by many Saudi men), an O'Reilly Factor producer, and of course, a P.R. pit bull who worked for the Saudis.

Ross Mackenzie | September 06, 2002

One way to foil hijackings is to intelligently disable the pilots - or, in President Bush's words, create "technology to enable (air traffic) controllers to take over a distressed aircraft and land it by remote control."

Thu, Sep 05, 2002

Brent Bozell | September 05, 2002

Nearly everyone approaches the subject of the September 11 attacks with great sobriety and weight. But not everyone finds the same lessons or favors the same reactions.

Larry Elder | September 05, 2002

Baseball owners, in effect, took this position in the recent game of chicken between baseball players and owners, a showdown that resulted in a settlement on the eve of the strike deadline.

David Limbaugh | September 05, 2002

Sometimes we are so anxious as a society to present ourselves as paragons of tolerance, free of all racial prejudice, that we lose our sense of reasonableness and justice, shamelessly sacrificing innocent people -- and our integrity.

Cal Thomas | September 05, 2002

It's the same old song at the presumptuously named "Earth Summit" in Johannesburg.

Suzanne Fields | September 05, 2002

A familiar word is creeping back into the arguments over whether America, with whoever wants to go with us, should make a preemptive strike against Iraq. The word is "appeasement," as in "Munich." We could call it "Baghdad."

Emmett Tyrrell | September 05, 2002

While disagreeing most emphatically with those suave European political leaders who are so reluctant to discomfit Saddam Hussein with bombs overhead, I can sympathize with them.

Robert Novak | September 05, 2002

A middle-level official for one of America's hard-pressed airlines two weeks ago looked at the aviation fuel situation and fired off a confidential memo to a colleague: "I am afraid President Bush is going to be a one-term president, like his father.

Joel Mowbray | September 05, 2002

The U.S. State Department surreptitiously undermined Congressional efforts this past weekend to rescue two abducted children from Saudi Arabia--and two American citizens remain trapped in the desert prison as a result.

Bruce Bartlett | September 05, 2002

Following his Waco economic conference, President Bush told reporters about several tax initiatives that he may soon propose to aid beleaguered investors. Although he did not specifically mention cutting the capital gains tax rate, it is almost certain that some action in this area will be included.

George Will | September 05, 2002

A New Jersey joke: ``Why do people take an instant dislike to Sen. Robert Torricelli? To save time.'' Douglas Forrester believes that Torricelli--who has been hauled before the ethics committees of both houses of Congress--is making New Jersey the butt of jokes.

Wed, Sep 04, 2002

Thomas Sowell | September 04, 2002

Who was it who said, "if the Negro cannot stand on his own legs, let him fall"?

Michelle Malkin | September 04, 2002

Criminal aliens and their lawyers are rooting mightily for the Senate's version of the Homeland Security bill now being debated in Washington.

Walter E. Williams | September 04, 2002

Do Americans really cherish freedom of association? Are there any justifiable restrictions on freedom of association?

Brent Bozell | September 04, 2002

If "news" can be defined as "what the editor says it is," as Walter Cronkite's longtime producer Leslie Midgley once observed, it follows that what is "newsworthy" can also speak volumes about the editorial slant of the news outlet. Just ask anyone who a) takes his religious faith seriously and b) reads The Washington Post.

Jonah Goldberg | September 04, 2002

I may be the world's worst two-armed, two-legged golfer between the ages of 6 and 96. While I have seen "Caddyshack" at least a hundred times, I've never watched a televised golf event of any kind for more than 43 seconds.

Dennis Prager | September 04, 2002

Broadcasting from the Minneapolis affiliate of my radio show last week, I was treated to a Minnesota Twins game. Having become accustomed to baseball games at home in Los Angeles, I observed many differences at the Metrodome.

Pat Buchanan | September 04, 2002

"Let us therefore brace ourselves to our duties, and so bear ourselves that, if the British Empire and its commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say, 'This was their finest hour.'" So declaimed Churchill to Parliament as the Battle of Britain began.

Ben Shapiro | September 04, 2002

An attack on Iraq is imminent, and the foreign-policy wonks are arguing over whether President Bush needs congressional approval.

Debra J. Saunders | September 04, 2002

Last week, as Oakland claimed its 74th murder victim this year, Mayor Jerry Brown and City Manager Robert Bobb were in Johannesburg at the U.N. Earth Summit.

Linda Chavez | September 04, 2002

If he were any other Cabinet member, he'd be sent packing, but the rules don't seem to apply to Colin Powell.

Bill Murchison | September 04, 2002

With privilege comes responsibility. Well, I mean, isn't that what we used to hear all the time

Armstrong Williams | September 04, 2002

From a cafe nestled atop the Oracle of Delphi, the sweet scent of peaches linger in the warm breeze. The fruit and wild flowers that decorate the rugged mountain roads are deliciously tempting. For a moment, one recedes from oneself.

John McCaslin | September 04, 2002

In making the case for a U.S. military operation to oust the heavy-handed regime of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, all President Bush need remind Capitol Hill lawmakers is that he's simply obeying a law that they had passed.

Bruce Bartlett | September 04, 2002

In a recent column, I suggested that Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan should be appointed Secretary of the Treasury. Today, I would like to explain why President Bush should take this action.

Marvin Olasky | September 04, 2002

Avenida 11 de Septiembre (The Avenue of Sept. 11) is one of the main streets here. But it's not for this reason that Chile is likely to become one of the main beneficiaries of the new "fast-track" trade bill that President Bush signed into law last month.

Mon, Sep 02, 2002

Ann Coulter | September 02, 2002

For my escapist summer reading at the beach this week, I've been flipping through Sean Hannity's fabulous new book, "Let Freedom Ring."

Jonah Goldberg | September 02, 2002

You've got to hand it to the Saudis; they've one-upped the Soviets.

Cal Thomas | September 02, 2002

It doesn't take much time in Britain to realize that one of the major reasons less than 2 percent of the population bothers to attend church is that people can't be bothered with the dreadful sermons preached in too many "white washed tombs."

Oliver North | September 02, 2002

"If Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction were such a big threat, our 'European Allies' and 'friends in the region' would be with us -- and they are not. Therefore, we must not attack Iraq."

Pat Buchanan | September 02, 2002

Vice President Dick Cheney has just made the most powerful case yet for the Bush Doctrine of Pre-emptive War.

Suzanne Fields | September 02, 2002

As cheaters, liars and child molesters emerge among esteemed business executives, valued accountants and honored priests, the moral fabric of society looks to be in danger of unraveling like a cheap sweater.

Debra J. Saunders | September 02, 2002

Those of you who aren't happy with the depressing prospect of Gray Davis winning a second term as governor, take heart.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 02, 2002

New York City schoolchildren start this fall's classes at a cost to taxpayers of $11,000 per pupil.

Robert Novak | September 02, 2002

Big Labor's chiefs had reason to worry Aug. 22 when a big-time union accountant copped a plea and agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors.

Armstrong Williams | September 02, 2002

There appears to be an increasing trend today to let young people get away with doing less and less work.

John McCaslin | September 02, 2002

A bill just introduced in Congress would allow war veterans to keep certain firearms brought home as souvenirs.