Sat, Sep 14, 2002

David Limbaugh | September 14, 2002

I like to keep readers of this column apprised of the various acts of discrimination against Christians and Christian symbols in our society that come to my attention. I've got a new one for you.

Robert Novak | September 14, 2002

If Republican Jim Talent defeats appointive Democratic Sen. Jean Carnahan Nov. 5 in Missouri, the GOP is determined to seat him immediately -- restoring a Republican majority for a post-election "lame duck" session.

Fri, Sep 13, 2002

Thomas Sowell | September 13, 2002

Someone once asked why television was called a medium. The answer was that it was seldom well done. TV's wall-to-wall coverage of the September 11th anniversary -- on virtually all channels and around the clock -- was a painful example of the fact that nothing exceeds like excess.

Michelle Malkin | September 13, 2002

What does fighting terrorism have to do with stemming massive illegal immigration? Much more than government officials have been willing to let on over the past year.

Jonah Goldberg | September 13, 2002

For a while now, the English-speaking highbrow left has been trying to explain to us exactly what's wrong with the war on terrorism.

Mona Charen | September 13, 2002

Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D., was asked, following President Bush's address to the United Nations, whether he thought Bush had made the case for pre-emptive action against Iraq.

Oliver North | September 13, 2002

"There is no substitute for the unique legitimacy provided by the United Nations," Secretary-General Kofi Annan falsely declared this week in a deluded diatribe to the U.N. General Assembly.

Suzanne Fields | September 13, 2002

Love and work, said Freud, are the hallmarks of a healthy life. But love and work are not so easily balanced. The scales always seem tilted toward one or the other.

Debra J. Saunders | September 13, 2002

Since Gov. Gray Davis and GOP rival Bill Simon are so repugnant, why don't you write about the third-party candidates for governor, readers have asked. Tell voters about Green Party candidate Peter Camejo, they demand.

Jacob Sullum | September 13, 2002

When Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., decided to join Sen. Bob Smith, R-N.H., in sponsoring legislation that allows airline pilots to carry guns as a defense against hijackers, she expressed surprise to find herself agreeing with her conservative colleague.

Larry Kudlow | September 13, 2002

A year ago, most of the economic geniuses predicted a long and deep recession following the terrorist bombings in New York and Washington.

John McCaslin | September 13, 2002

We've been following with interest the debate between public relations professionals in this country on whether Saudi Arabia is the "full partner" in President Bush's war on terror that it claims to be.

Charles Krauthammer | September 13, 2002

So much for the great Republican split over Iraq. Just weeks ago, we were told that it included the old-guard heavyweights: Brent Scowcroft, Henry Kissinger, James Baker, Dick Armey and, heaviest of all, Colin Powell. Let's review the lineup.

Thu, Sep 12, 2002

Ann Coulter | September 12, 2002

Among the patriotic lesson plans for 9-11 was one proposed by the National Council for Social Studies, which recommends a short story titled "My Name is Osama." Calculatedly inciting hatred toward white American boys, the story is about a nasty little boy, "Todd," who taunts an Iraqi immigrant named "Osama."

Thomas Sowell | September 12, 2002

What "multiculturalism" boils down to is that you can praise any culture in the world except Western culture -- and you cannot blame any culture in the world except Western culture.

Brent Bozell | September 12, 2002

Summer is never the hottest season for television. Audiences are diminished so the networks resort to reruns or bizarre (and cheap) experiments.

Larry Elder | September 12, 2002

" . . . We ought to give that inspection thing one more shot." Former President Bill Clinton, on "Larry King Live," recently offered this advice to President George W. Bush.

Cal Thomas | September 12, 2002

On last Sunday's "Meet the Press," Vice President Cheney referred to highly classified intelligence, which he said would be enough to convince anyone of Saddam Hussein's evil intentions if it could be made public.

Debra J. Saunders | September 12, 2002

Go back in your mind to that eerie week when San Francisco Bay Area commuters avoided driving on the bridges and we all held our breath waiting for the next brutal explosion.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 12, 2002

As the debate over the fate of Saddam Hussein moves from a simmer to a boil, perhaps you have noticed that the Scrupling Few are again employing the term "chicken hawk."

Ross Mackenzie | September 12, 2002

Yesterday was the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the worst such single-day loss of life since Antietam or Cold Harbor. Here's the microphone. How do you feel?

Robert Novak | September 12, 2002

The 10 divisions that constitute the sole surviving superpower's fighting strength are scarcely able to handle today's responsibilities, much less a full-scale war in Iraq.

Larry Kudlow | September 12, 2002

The massive American-British air raid over western Iraq on the evening of Sept. 6 is almost certainly a precursor to an invasion of the country.

Bruce Bartlett | September 12, 2002

On Sept. 9, columnist Robert Novak reported that President Bush's proposed investor tax relief plan was dead on Capitol Hill due to opposition from House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Bill Thomas, R-Calif.

Wed, Sep 11, 2002

Michelle Malkin | September 11, 2002

After Osama bin Laden's hijack squadrons invaded our skies a year ago, America's military responded. Operation Enduring Freedom launched on Oct. 7, 2001. President Bush deployed thousands of troops to combat terrorist forces in the Middle East.

Walter E. Williams | September 11, 2002

Here's what the Harvard University Civil Rights Project's "scholars" said in a July 2001 press release: "Almost half a century after the U.S. Supreme Court concluded that Southern school segregation was unconstitutional and 'inherently unequal,' new statistics from the 1998-99 school year show that racial and ethnic segregation continued to intensify throughout the 1990s."

Jonah Goldberg | September 11, 2002

Let's see. First, some Democrats and liberals to remain nameless (Cynthia McKinney call your office - that is, if rookie fry-girls at McDonald's are allowed to make personal calls) accused Bush of fomenting war in order to make money in the stock market or some such silliness.

David Limbaugh | September 11, 2002

Those most loudly objecting to an American military action to remove Iraq's Saddam Hussein and his weapons of mass destruction have been on the offensive. Isn't it time they answered some questions themselves?

Dennis Prager | September 11, 2002

It goes without saying that the Islamic terror attack on America on September 11, 2001, was an act of pure evil; that for those who suffered and died it was an unspeakable horror; that nothing will ever compensate their loved ones for their loss; and that the date will forever live in infamy in American memory.

Ben Shapiro | September 11, 2002

The Islamic terrorists who attacked us on Sept. 11 thought that America was a weak country, fat and complacent. Maybe they were right.

Linda Chavez | September 11, 2002

Flying has never been my favorite activity, and it's gotten a lot harder over the last year. I fly, on average, a couple of times a month.

George Will | September 11, 2002

In our mind's eye we see them, the police and firefighters, the passengers of United Flight 93 and all the others who disappeared behaving nobly.

Kathleen Parker | September 11, 2002

On a recent evening as we ambled toward today's date, dinner-party talk turned inevitably to Sept. 11 -last year's and this. Just as inevitably, the requisite voice of self-hatred rose above the din: "We deserved it."

John McCaslin | September 11, 2002

Sitting in the aisle seat of an airplane, Sen. Byron L. Dorgan (D-N.D.) was surprised when a man seated two rows ahead of him passed back his business card. It indicated he was a company president.

Joel Mowbray | September 11, 2002

As we reflect and remember today, the most important lesson we can draw for the future is that we must never get caught flat-footed again—which gives us no choice but to act against Saddam Hussein.

Tue, Sep 10, 2002

Brent Bozell | September 10, 2002

All signs in Washington point to an American attack on Iraq. Before any military action, the fullest democratic urge would encourage a lengthy debate questioning all the reasons for action and the possible outcomes. But it's one thing to debate, another altogether to undermine.

Cal Thomas | September 10, 2002

Then, many people wanted to avoid war at all costs. An opinion poll conducted by the League of Nations in the late 1930s found over 90 percent of the British people favored international disarmament.

Suzanne Fields | September 10, 2002

Let 'em pour the red, white and blue martinis, flaunt the Twin Towers as sterling-silver earrings, parade in pants with the stripe down the side like the firemen of Sept. 11. It's a free country.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 10, 2002

Hooray for Hootie! At last we have a real man who can resist the histrionics of the pushy feminists.

Bill Murchison | September 10, 2002

One of the nicest things about America, you might say, is its niceness. Our ideals are high: life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness.

Frank Gaffney | September 10, 2002

On the eve of what is being billed as a major address to the United Nations, President Bush is being advised to emulate his father's approach on Iraq twelve years ago by making the cobbling together of a broadly based international coalition a precondition to taking on Saddam Hussein.

Bruce Bartlett | September 10, 2002

President Bush emerged from his Waco economic summit seemingly energized about economic policy.

Jack Kemp | September 10, 2002

As we commemorate the deaths of the innocent men and women who were murdered last Sept. 11, we also honor those public servants and private heroes who risked and gave their lives to save the lives of others.

Ross Mackenzie | September 10, 2002

Here it is early September when everything begins. School gets going again, and meetings (what would we ever do without meetings?).

Armstrong Williams | September 10, 2002

"Kill the white man," was Eddie Murphy's memorable refrain as a Reggae singer hired to perform at a corporate conference in an old "Saturday Night Live" skit

Marvin Olasky | September 10, 2002

Press accounts of the Jewish High Holy Days that culminate in Yom Kippur on September 16 generally emphasize quaint customs and ceremonies.

Mon, Sep 09, 2002

Maggie Gallagher | September 09, 2002

Students streaming back to the hallowed halls of Harvard this fall will find a few new faces: Last week, Harvard Law School lifted a 20-year-old policy banning military recruiters on its campus, enacted to protest the ban on homosexual soldiers.

Robert Novak | September 09, 2002

Don't count on President Bush's widely leaked program of tax incentives to entice wary investors.

John Leo | September 09, 2002

Sociologist Amitai Etzioni sees one thing missing in all the polling data on American attitudes in the wake of Sept. 11 -- anger.

Kathleen Parker | September 09, 2002

You can almost hear the planes now, see the flags everywhere unpacked once again, marching bands and parades of soldiers, officials solemnly speaking, gun salutes, studied silence and prayers.

Larry Kudlow | September 09, 2002

Official language is important. In particular, the word "harbored" is essential as the political debate heats up over President Bush's coming request that we take military action against Iraq.