Sat, Sep 21, 2002

David Limbaugh | September 21, 2002

If the acronym "CEDAW" doesn't mean anything to you, you need to read further. It is a dangerous international treaty disguised as a wonderful advancement in women's rights.

Robert Novak | September 21, 2002

White House operatives, seeking to give President Bush flexibility in the proposed Department of Homeland Security, are spreading horror stories over Capitol Hill about interference from employee unions.

Fri, Sep 20, 2002

Michelle Malkin | September 20, 2002

Thousands of letters stream into my mailbox each month. Here is one of the gems of the year, reprinted with permission from Lynn Nicolai.

Brent Bozell | September 20, 2002

Surprise summer hits aren't supposed to come from the wonderful world of "art films," normally dominated by avatars of the unconventional, and therefore non-commercial.

Mona Charen | September 20, 2002

The United Nations is one of those institutions, like the Women's National Basketball Association, that sails above its failures because it just seems to so many people like a good idea.

Oliver North | September 20, 2002

This past week marked round two of President Bush's diplomatic offensive against Iraq, clarifying the dividing lines.

Debra J. Saunders | September 20, 2002

Lefties love to pose this question: Why do they hate us? "They" being not only Islamist terrorists, but citizens and leaders of countries such as Iraq.

Jacob Sullum | September 20, 2002

The federal government recently charged six men from Lackawanna, N.Y., with providing material support to Al Qaeda by undergoing training at one of the network's camps in Afghanistan.

Charles Krauthammer | September 20, 2002

There is something deeply deranged about the Iraq debate.

John McCaslin | September 20, 2002

So what's likely to be the best-selling Halloween costume this year now that the scary mugs of Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky are no longer around to frighten our children?

Ross Mackenzie | September 20, 2002

Hummer has an ad rather less ridiculous than its vehicle for gear weenies and urban bumpkins. It reads: "Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere. And sometimes in the middle of nowhere you find yourself."

Thu, Sep 19, 2002

Ann Coulter | September 19, 2002

An American citizen overheard three Muslims at a Shoney's restaurant laughing about Sept. 11 over breakfast.

Thomas Sowell | September 19, 2002

Among the many commemorations of the September 11th anniversary, the one at Berkeley was unique. The American flag was banned because it might offend people from other countries.

Larry Elder | September 19, 2002

Bush to Hussein: It's not about the inspections, stupid.

Cal Thomas | September 19, 2002

President Bush has captured the momentum in his war against terrorism. It's what his father once referred to in another context as "Big Mo."

Suzanne Fields | September 19, 2002

I once met Johnny Dio, a famous gangster for Murder, Inc. I was having dinner with my family at Frankie and Johnny's, a popular steak restaurant in midtown Manhattan, and he spotted my father the bookie, whom he knew casually.

Ben Shapiro | September 19, 2002

American education isn't a cure-all. The U.S. government thinks it can appease young Muslims by offering them student visas to attend American universities.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 19, 2002

I have refrained from writing about "The Sopranos" for fear of getting killed. Well, maybe only for fear of having my hubcaps stolen.

Bruce Bartlett | September 19, 2002

Last Monday, the National Bureau of Economic Research decided that it is still not sure when the recession ended -- or if it has ended.

Robert Novak | September 19, 2002

Three months ago in a private letter, Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle opposed punitive damages against blameless victims of terrorism. That letter came to light this week a few days after Daschle's agent moved in the opposite direction.

Larry Kudlow | September 19, 2002

It turns out that Iraq's offer to allow unconditional weapons inspections had conditions after all.

Ross Mackenzie | September 19, 2002

The first anniversary of 9/11. The buildup to the removal of Saddam (with the ever out-front Democrats deciding to take their lead from the United Nations). Other things have been happening. Among them:

Wed, Sep 18, 2002

Michelle Malkin | September 18, 2002

Being a feminist means never having to say you're sorry. Witness The Great Clitoridectomy Hoax -- brought to you by the unapologetic, estrogen-fueled brigade of Gloria Steinem, Julia Roberts and Hillary Clinton.

Walter E. Williams | September 18, 2002

"America: A Sissified Nation" was the title of an August 2002 column that brought in hundreds of favorable responses, mostly from American men and women who were not sissies.

Jonah Goldberg | September 18, 2002

Even for a Friday the 13th, it was a freaky Friday. It went from feeding frenzy to false alarm to self-flagellation to forgetfulness in a few hours (I promise: no more alliteration).

David Limbaugh | September 18, 2002

Does it bother you at all that Democratic leaders and liberal opinion peddlers are increasingly splitting semantic hairs in our war on terror, as if we don't have enough trouble negotiating this war as it is?

Dennis Prager | September 18, 2002

Before dismissing this as some heretical statement, the reader should know that I have spent much of my life -- in speeches, articles, books, and on my radio show -- making the case for faith in God.

Pat Buchanan | September 18, 2002

Whatever one may think of the wisdom of invading Iraq and opening a third front in the war on terror, President Bush's address to the United Nations was a tour de force.

Debra J. Saunders | September 18, 2002

After the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals roundly rejected Stanley "Tookie" Williams' appeal of his death sentence last week, the court noted that Tookie's 2001 Nobel Peace Prize nomination may make him "a worthy candidate" for a sentence commutation by the California governor.

Linda Chavez | September 18, 2002

Iraq's decision to allow U.N. weapons inspectors back into the country proves one thing: Saddam Hussein understands how the United Nations really operates better than we do.

John McCaslin | September 18, 2002

More than a year after September 11 and there are still no plans to ensure that Congress could function following a terrorist attack.

Armstrong Williams | September 18, 2002

Last week, more than 30,000 people joined The Congressional Black Caucus for their 31st Annual Legislative Conference.

Kathleen Parker | September 18, 2002

Last Friday's Alligator Alley episode of mistaken identity, or hoax, or bad joke, or exaggeration, or overreaction - or whatever we end up calling it - has made one thing abundantly clear

Tue, Sep 17, 2002

Brent Bozell | September 17, 2002

Even as the trumpets sounded and bells rang in mourning a year after thousands of American innocents were lost in a savage terrorist attack, some people still couldn't place the blame where it belonged, on the criminals.

Cal Thomas | September 17, 2002

Ken Blanchard has written another book in his successful series that began with the best seller "The One Minute Manager."

Phyllis Schlafly | September 17, 2002

The media have surfeited us with wall-to-wall coverage of the anniversary of 9/11, posing soul-searching questions.

Frank Gaffney | September 17, 2002

The TV networks' Sunday talk shows -- those closely monitored barometers of the latest shifts in Washington's political and policy high-pressure fronts -- suggest that, in the wake of President Bush's sensational address to the United Nations last week, serious consideration is now being given to a truly hare-brained idea:

Bill Murchison | September 17, 2002

Poor Hootie! Heart procedures for him this past week: a coronary artery bypass, an aortic aneurism repair and an aortic valve replacement.

Marvin Olasky | September 17, 2002

The reporters who cluster around John Smoltz's locker following a game ask whether he'll break the National League record for saves (53) or the Major League mark (57).

Joel Mowbray | September 17, 2002

Only days before the anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, the U.S. State Department helped the House of Saud keep two Americans from the very freedom for which we are fighting in the War on Terror.

Bruce Bartlett | September 17, 2002

It is now clear from the way the Bush administration has handled the build-up to war against Iraq that it is following a long-term political strategy.

Jack Kemp | September 17, 2002

Looking around the world, we see incredible challenges, even crises, abound.

Mon, Sep 16, 2002

Pat Buchanan | September 16, 2002

By most opinion surveys, the majority that supports the president's resolve to invade Iraq has been shrinking. But were Saddam close to getting an atom bomb, four in five Americans would back a pre-emptive war.

Suzanne Fields | September 16, 2002

The first anniversary of 9/11 fell in the middle of the High Holy Days of the Jewish people.

Debra J. Saunders | September 16, 2002

Yes, on these very pages on Aug. 2, after a Los Angeles jury found that the GOP gubernatorial candidate's family investment firm had committed fraud, I wrote that Bill Simon was a "lousy candidate" who should get out of the race.

George Will | September 16, 2002

Sen. John Kerry, the Massachusetts Democrat who aspires to be the 44th president, accuses the 43rd of ``hasty war talk.'' The adjective ``hasty'' suggests impetuousness.

Robert Novak | September 16, 2002

Colin Powell, seated in the U.S. delegate's seat at the United Nations, kept a poker face Thursday that concealed justifiable satisfaction as he listened to George W. Bush.