Sat, Oct 05, 2002

David Limbaugh | October 05, 2002

You have to hand it to the Democrats. With moral relativism and judicial activism on their side no obstacle imposed by the law is insuperable. First, it was Florida, now, it's New Jersey.

Robert Novak | October 05, 2002

Sen. Robert Torricelli protested to the bitter end over the selection of his longtime intraparty enemy, former Sen. Frank Lautenberg, to replace him as Democratic candidate on the New Jersey ballot.

Fri, Oct 04, 2002

Michelle Malkin | October 04, 2002

Democrat Sen. Bob Torricelli of New Jersey is not through yet. While media pundits are busy writing his obituary, the Torch and his colleagues continue to make America safe for lawbreakers.

Jonah Goldberg | October 04, 2002

As Congress and the president move us closer to war, opponents of military action become more desperate in their insistence that toppling Saddam is not only dumb, criminal and immoral, but pretty much everything else bad you can imagine.

Mona Charen | October 04, 2002

O what a hero we have lost this day! What a patriot! What a self-denying battler for noble causes! But don't take my word for it, read it yourself in New Jersey Sen. Bob Torricelli's withdrawal announcement.

Oliver North | October 04, 2002

From his taxpayer-funded exile in Harlem, William "The Zipper" Clinton lives the good life of a deposed monarch.

Debra J. Saunders | October 04, 2002

Their descent into victimhood came in one phone call on Sept. 3, 1979. Their daughter had been shot -- on her first day at the University of Pacific in Stockton. Catina Rose Salarno died shortly after midnight.

Jacob Sullum | October 04, 2002

The anti-globalization activists who recently railed against the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in Washington see themselves as champions of the poor and downtrodden against the rich and powerful.

George Will | October 04, 2002

Anytime--even just 36 days before an election--a party has discouraging polls about a candidate, that party can replace him.

Bruce Bartlett | October 04, 2002

In recent weeks, a number of analysts have started drawing comparisons between the economic situation under President George H.W. Bush (Bush 41) and the current president, George W. Bush (Bush 43).

John McCaslin | October 04, 2002

This columnist has returned from a much-needed vacation, spent geographically as far away as possible from Washington's never-ending dose of political shenanigans.

Charles Krauthammer | October 04, 2002

Forty years ago to the month, President Kennedy asserts his willingness to present his case to the United Nations, but also his determination not to allow the U.N. to constrain America's freedom of action.

Thu, Oct 03, 2002

Ann Coulter | October 03, 2002

Democratic Sen. Robert Torricelli's announcement that he was pulling out of the New Jersey Senate race this week looked like a confession of guilt in a Soviet show trial.

Thomas Sowell | October 03, 2002

I happened to run into Charles Murray in Dulles International Airport while he and Richard Herrnstein were writing "The Bell Curve."

Brent Bozell | October 03, 2002

Never let it be said that Democrats cannot be portrayed as playthings of the wealthy when there's "soft money" on the line.

Larry Elder | October 03, 2002

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that Calvin Broadus, AKA Snoop Doggy Dogg, now sees himself as a mainstream commercial entity.

Suzanne Fields | October 03, 2002

Are the guys at the Augusta National Golf Club crying uncle? (Or maybe it's "aunt.") Are they throwing out their ban on female members under a threat from the ladies?

Ben Shapiro | October 03, 2002

I don't normally look for deep messages in movies, aside from "The Godfather," which contains most of the lessons anyone needs in life.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 03, 2002

So Sen. Robert Torricelli bows out in disgrace. As I watched his 30-minute farewell address and testimonial to himself, his wolfish head bent over the microphones, his dark eyes suspiciously darting from one camera to the other, I was reminded of Virginia Woolf's old line, "He's not as nice as he looks."

Robert Novak | October 03, 2002

Sen. Robert Torricelli of New Jersey, often called the most disliked member of the Senate with enemies on both sides of the aisle, characteristically showed up alone -- with nary an adviser -- for last Sunday night's critical meeting in Trenton.

Larry Kudlow | October 03, 2002

"We are going to get every dime back that was illegally taken or taken without authorization. I was bagged by Dennis and Mark." That's Dennis and Mark as in Kozlowski and Swartz of Tyco infamy.

Ross Mackenzie | October 03, 2002

On the matter of Iraq, America's left wing is flapping more wildly around the dovecote than at any time since 45 of 55 Senate Democrats voted against the 1991 Gulf War resolution - and possibly since Vietnam.

Wed, Oct 02, 2002

Thomas Sowell | October 02, 2002

Professor John McWhorter, a black faculty member at the University of California at Berkeley, has made a suggestion that is explosive in itself and directly the opposite of what is being said by those who are seeking to promote lower college admissions standards for blacks through affirmative action.

Michelle Malkin | October 02, 2002

Amiri Baraka hates America. Yet, in the land of the free that he despises so deeply, this black nationalist writer has had no trouble finding fellow Americans to show him love.

Walter E. Williams | October 02, 2002

Shakespeare Maya, Zimbabwe's leader of the opposition National Alliance for Good Governance, opined, "This land was stolen from our ancestors, and it follows that those who hold it now are thieves."

Jonah Goldberg | October 02, 2002

When it comes to foreign policy, I'm not one of these people who believes two wrongs can never make a right or that the ends can never justify the means.

David Limbaugh | October 02, 2002

The Democratic leadership is in a state of perpetual feigned outrage over charges that Democrats are soft on defense and national security. Until they muzzle their cast of characters the charges will continue -- and they should.

Cal Thomas | October 02, 2002

White House senior advisor Karl Rove must have sent counterintelligence agents to infiltrate and sow confusion in the Democratic Party.

Dennis Prager | October 02, 2002

Is there an issue that some Hollywood star -- director, producer, actor, actress -- has not publicly commented on? It's hard to name one.

Pat Buchanan | October 02, 2002

Threatening to shut down the city, the People's Strike of the Anti-Capitalist Convergence Alliance stormed into this capital city last week -- and went directly to jail without passing Go.

Debra J. Saunders | October 02, 2002

His death rated a four-paragraph item on Page A7 of the Sept. 22 paper, but there was a time when Angelo Buono Jr.'s life was the stuff of front-page headlines.

Linda Chavez | October 02, 2002

Why would a billionaire heiress spend millions of dollars to keep immigrant children in Colorado from learning English?

Rich Tucker | October 02, 2002

It’s easy to see why Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle got upset.

Kathleen Parker | October 02, 2002

Time and again, George W. Bush gets what he wants by forcing his opponents to argue against themselves.

John McCaslin | October 02, 2002

Democratic Sen. Bob Torricelli's effort to convert himself from goat to hero by dropping his bid for a second term from New Jersey may in the end save his party's Senate majority.

Tue, Oct 01, 2002

Thomas Sowell | October 01, 2002

Years ago, while doing research on education and IQ, I happened to be in the principal's office at a black school in Cincinnati, as he was preparing to open a large brown envelope containing the results of IQ tests that his students had taken.

Brent Bozell | October 01, 2002

Given that Tom Daschle occupies the lofty position as the most visible Democratic leader in Washington, you would think he would be one of the most well-informed.

Mona Charen | October 01, 2002

Never, never, never, (did I say never?) never believe the Democrats when they say that the country cannot "afford" a tax cut.

Cal Thomas | October 01, 2002

People opposed to the liberation of Iraq have deceived themselves about the following:

Bill Murchison | October 01, 2002

"Defend the Country, Not the Party," preaches the headline over Democratic House Speaker Dick Gephardt's New York Times op-ed urging "bipartisan consensus for the war on terrorism."

Frank Gaffney | October 01, 2002

In 1984, Jeane Kirkpatrick gave expression to a feeling of revulsion experienced by many of her fellow 'Reagan Democrats' about their political party.

Bruce Bartlett | October 01, 2002

When one sees two of one's enemies fighting, there is often a temptation to cheer for both sides. But the reality is that our enemies are seldom equal in their power or loathsomeness. In most cases, one of the two is far more dangerous.

Marvin Olasky | October 01, 2002

Some readers of this column view the clash of political parties as meaningless.

Armstrong Williams | October 01, 2002

The family had begun to notice some small changes in their mom. Even the simplest tasks - going for a walk, bathing - were now suffused with low-level strain.

Jack Kemp | October 01, 2002

As readers of this column know, I've had some serious questions about the need to invade Iraq at this time.

George Will | October 01, 2002

Not since Jane Fonda posed for photographers at a Hanoi antiaircraft gun has there been anything like Rep. Jim McDermott, speaking to ABC's ``This Week'' from Baghdad, saying Americans should take Saddam Hussein at his word, but should not take President Bush at his.

Mon, Sep 30, 2002

Pat Buchanan | September 30, 2002

As Americans debate the wisdom -- or folly -- of war on Iraq, someone had best look in on the Global Economy. For it has taken on a sickly pallor.

Suzanne Fields | September 30, 2002

There was a Depression saying about how bad things could get: "Tough times make a monkey eat red pepper."

Debra J. Saunders | September 30, 2002

On a Sunday morning at Mission and Fifth Streets in San Francisco, a ragged woman sleeping on the sticky sidewalk slowly lifts her head. Her mouth suddenly jerks open as she realizes where and how she spent the night.

Diana West | September 30, 2002

Unfortunate typo in that letter to the United Nations, wasn't it? You know the letter: the one from Iraq about how "pleased" the ol' fulcrum of the Evil Axis was to open the country to roving teams of U.N. weapons inspectors "without conditions."

Larry Kudlow | September 30, 2002

Stock-market investors have suffered through a big fat headache this year. And with so many investors today, the market decline has become a national migraine.

Robert Novak | September 30, 2002

Rep. Richard Gephardt began his legislative week last Tuesday with a rare exercise of his prerogative as Democratic leader by opening the day's House session with a 30-minute address.