Sat, Oct 12, 2002

David Limbaugh | October 12, 2002

Just a week after he chastised his fellow Democrats for playing politics with "a life and death issue" on Iraq, Rep. Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.) is back to playing politics himself on another vital issue: illegal immigration.

Robert Novak | October 12, 2002

Republican contributors who gathered at Washington's Willard Hotel Tuesday for "an evening with the President" were stunned by the surprise appearance of boxing promoter Don King

Fri, Oct 11, 2002

Thomas Sowell | October 11, 2002

You expect a corrupt politician to do corrupt things, so when Senator Robert Torricelli, D-N.J., withdrew as a candidate for re-election after ethics charges led to his falling behind in the polls, that was hardly surprising.

Michelle Malkin | October 11, 2002

Some profiling experts are convinced that the roving sniper who has terrorized my neighborhood and surrounding communities is a white male.

Jonah Goldberg | October 11, 2002

When my dad was in the Army, a commanding officer shared his one insight into getting ahead in the military.

Mona Charen | October 11, 2002

Erika Harold has dealt with worse bullies than these. Growing up in Urbana, Ill., she was harassed by fellow students to the point where her entire family felt under siege.

Cal Thomas | October 11, 2002

Cynical critics probably won't like the two-hour season premiere of a new television show on the family-friendly PAX cable network Sunday night (Oct. 13) at 9 p.m. EDT.

Oliver North | October 11, 2002

The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks changed a lot in America -- some of it for the better. People better appreciate our military and the job they do.

Debra J. Saunders | October 11, 2002

It was after 5 p.m. Tuesday, and President Bush had just won a court order to end the lockout and put dockworkers back to work for 80 days.

Jacob Sullum | October 11, 2002

"The dictator of Iraq is a student of Stalin," President Bush said in his prime-time speech the other day. He described how Saddam Hussein uses "murder as a tool of terror and control within his own cabinet, within his own army, and even within his own family."

Ross Mackenzie | October 11, 2002

The suave, sophisticated, ever-so-intellectual Senate may deign to support the doofus president regarding the takedown of Saddam.

John McCaslin | October 11, 2002

Congressional correspondents have unwittingly joined the ranks of war correspondents with the front lines of the war on terrorism virtually drawn across the hallowed ground of the U.S. Capitol.

Thu, Oct 10, 2002

Ann Coulter | October 10, 2002

Democrats don't think it's too close to an election to be switching Senate candidates in New Jersey, but its definitely too close for a vote on Iraq.

Thomas Sowell | October 10, 2002

President George W. Bush's speech on Iraq in effect reiterated what Edmund Burke said more than two centuries ago: "There is no safety for honest men except by believing all possible evil of evil men."

Brent Bozell | October 10, 2002

The entertainment television business isn't just based on ratings, it's based on profits. Some of the biggest TV hits of our time, like "Friends," see their profits diluted by star salaries commanding $1 million per major character per episode.

Larry Elder | October 10, 2002

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, post-Sept. 11, held up a New York Post headline, "Bush Knew." "Bush knew," said Sen. Clinton. "The president knew what?"

Cal Thomas | October 10, 2002

The Maryland minister is a fervent opponent of gambling. He especially opposes the state lottery, which he believes tempts many of his lower income African-American congregants to throw away money on a pipe dream.

Suzanne Fields | October 10, 2002

Some women are pouring old whine into new battles.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 10, 2002

When it comes to going to war with a dangerous man possessed of weaponry more lethal than anything the late Adolf Hitler ever had, the Democrats betray an irenic streak: all patience, conciliation and wimpery.

George Will | October 10, 2002

In his third run for governor on the Independence Party ticket--his third run against the incumbent governor, George Pataki, who is seeking a third term--polls show Golisano at 9 percent.

Bruce Bartlett | October 10, 2002

Back in the 1980s, a lot of best-selling books were written about how the United States should emulate Japan. Pursuing free market economics based on individual entrepreneurs was passe, so it was often said by Ronald Reagan's critics.

Larry Kudlow | October 10, 2002

In Cincinnati this week, President Bush delivered a successful speech on Iraq. It was clear and concise.

Wed, Oct 09, 2002

Michelle Malkin | October 09, 2002

NPR liberals are horrified. Across the country, thousands of radio listeners are tuning out conservative-basher Nina Totenberg, and tuning in conservative heroine Phyllis Schlafly.

Walter E. Williams | October 09, 2002

Activists in the environmentalist movement have a callous disregard for people.

Brent Bozell | October 09, 2002

Sen. Bob Torricelli stood by Speaker Jim Wright in 1989 as he decried the "mindless cannibalism" of "ethics wars" over his unique means of wallet-padding.

Jonah Goldberg | October 09, 2002

As the name Goldberg might indicate to some of you, I am no expert on Christian theology.

David Limbaugh | October 09, 2002

How can Democratic leaders with a straight face accuse Republicans of politicizing Iraq, or any other issue?

Cal Thomas | October 09, 2002

President Bush has soberly and systematically laid out his case for why Iraq's Saddam Hussein must go.

Dennis Prager | October 09, 2002

This past Saturday, something extraordinarily rare took place: My team, the Anaheim Angels, was positioned to win a postseason series -- against the New York Yankees no less.

Pat Buchanan | October 09, 2002

Whatever the wisdom of having a president beat the drums for war, America's preoccupation with war on Iraq alone prevents a wipeout of the Republican Party in November.

Ben Shapiro | October 09, 2002

The Democratic National Committee has plummeted from objectionable to despicable. On its flagship web site, Democrats.org, the committee is running an ad portraying President Bush murdering a wheelchair-bound elderly woman by pushing her off a cliff.

Debra J. Saunders | October 09, 2002

Pitted in a primary against two millionaire Democrats, Al Checchi and Jane Harman, Davis successfully capitalized on his image as a middle-class political lifer in a David-versus-two-Goliaths primary.

Linda Chavez | October 09, 2002

Despite its high murder rate, the streets of Washington and its surrounding suburbs have always seemed safe to me.

Robert Novak | October 09, 2002

On Feb. 8, Jonathan Adelstein was nominated by President Bush to a Democratic vacancy on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Kathleen Parker | October 09, 2002

I found Miss Ethel the usual way. I called the Baptist Church closest to my house and asked a single question: "Do you know any church ladies who would like to baby-sit?"

John McCaslin | October 09, 2002

"It is important to be prepared" for tall tales, Republican National Committee Chairman Marc Racicot tells GOP candidates in a memo we obtained.

Ross Mackenzie | October 09, 2002

It is hard to believe that a book by brass-tacks hard-rightie Ann Coulter has been the country's No. 1 best-seller.

Armstrong Williams | October 09, 2002

Maryland gubernatorial candidates, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend and Robert L. Ehrlich exchanged heated barbs on the issue of affirmative action during last week's debate.

Tue, Oct 08, 2002

Mona Charen | October 08, 2002

Conservatives are sure it is a sign of parental laziness. Liberals are sure it is big business, in the form of drug companies, conspiring to ensnare large numbers of American children.

Cal Thomas | October 08, 2002

The Maryland minister is a fervent opponent of gambling. He especially opposes the state lottery, which he believes tempts many of his lower income African-American congregants to throw away money on a pipe dream.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 08, 2002

The media's passion to report what is going to happen tomorrow rather than what already happened is filling newspaper pages and TV channels with predictions of whether Republicans will retain the House and/or win the Senate.

Marvin Olasky | October 08, 2002

If you travel by boat to the end of Blackstone Bay, black rock cliffs striated with green moss will rise hundreds of feet above you, with waterfalls made partly of ice plummeting into the dark green water of the bay.

Bruce Bartlett | October 08, 2002

Friday's employment report, which showed a decline in the national unemployment rate from 5.7 percent to 5.6 percent, is the clearest sign yet that the economy may be at a turning point.

Mon, Oct 07, 2002

Suzanne Fields | October 07, 2002

Somebody is as busy as a bee, wasting your money on moonshine.

Debra J. Saunders | October 07, 2002

Remember "Let every vote count," the Democratic mantra of 2000? Forget it.

Diana West | October 07, 2002

Where have I been all of Bob Torricelli's life? There he was this week, performing last rites on his scandal-riddled Senate career with an act of self-eulogy that may well be illegal in several states.

Kathleen Parker | October 07, 2002

When it comes to the proposed war on Iraq, I keep thinking I'm missing something that war protesters around the world clearly see.

Robert Novak | October 07, 2002

During a 20-minute conversation, Bush was collegial -- abandoning the confrontational posture taken earlier in the week toward Lugar and other critics of his Iraq policy.

Charles Krauthammer | October 07, 2002

There are two logically coherent positions one can take on war with Iraq.

Larry Kudlow | October 07, 2002

Milton Friedman believes the Federal Reserve can afford to be very generous with the money these days. The brilliant economist is right again.