Sun, Aug 10, 2003

Pat Buchanan | August 10, 2003

Insensitive, you say? Consider his conduct. Fifteen years ago, Robinson dissolved his marriage, dumped his wife, abandoned his two little girls and went off to shack up.

William F. Buckley | August 10, 2003

In the every-two-minutes bulletins on the sex/marriage/gay-religion wars, we detect wisps of mockery directed at conventional marriage with conventional aims.

George Will | August 10, 2003

This just in: Conservatism often is symptomatic of a psychological syndrome.

Sat, Aug 09, 2003

David Limbaugh | August 09, 2003

What is it about many liberals that blinds them to their true nature? What makes them think that they are unbiased, objective, open-minded, tolerant and free of "hate"?

Larry Kudlow | August 09, 2003

Numerous Bush insiders say that Powell does in fact intend to resign at the end of his first term, as will his deputy, Richard Armitage. They plan to form an international consulting firm along with Assistant Secretary of State Pat Harrison.

Robert Novak | August 09, 2003

Former international weapons inspector David Kay, now seeking Iraqi weapons of mass destruction for the Pentagon, has privately reported successes that are planned to be revealed to the public in mid-September.

Fri, Aug 08, 2003

Michelle Malkin | August 08, 2003

Two questions have been left unanswered following last week's announcement by Homeland Security Department head Tom Ridge that he has temporarily suspended travel programs allowing foreigners to fly into our country without U.S. visas:

Brent Bozell | August 08, 2003

After 40 years as a TV critic, Ann Hodges of the Houston Chronicle recently retired with some warm words about television, but also some tough ones:

Larry Elder | August 08, 2003

Reich's attack on Bush's policy toward North Korea showed the typical cheekiness of the Bill Clinton administration.

Jonah Goldberg | August 08, 2003

This has got to be one of the strangest controversies in a long time. A movie that won't be released for months is being denounced by people who haven't seen it. Why?

Mona Charen | August 08, 2003

"Real Men: They're Back" proclaims The American Enterprise magazine in its September issue. The firefighter, policeman, fighter pilot and even the spy enjoy renewed respect in a nation that has rediscovered danger and finds that heroes are not all "anti."

Oliver North | August 08, 2003

"Sentence first, verdict afterwards!" the Queen decrees in Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland," a miscarriage of justice to which poor Alice attempts to object. "Hold your tongue!" the queen retorts, before adding, "Off with her head!"

Bill Murchison | August 08, 2003

As Episcopalians this week broached the unprecedented topic of a gay priest's fitness to be a bishop, a vital clue emerged as to what was going on.

Jacob Sullum | August 08, 2003

Years ago I was handing out place cards at a banquet sponsored by the Reason Foundation when I was approached by a square-jawed man with bushy eyebrows and a prominent forehead. "Schwarz-e-neg-ger," he said helpfully.

Rich Tucker | August 08, 2003

Where do prescription drugs come from?Do they fall from the sky? No. Do they come from Canada? No.

Charles Krauthammer | August 08, 2003

The State Department is proposing that the United States play hardball with Israel -- reducing badly needed loan guarantees -- if it proceeds with the barrier it is erecting between Israeli and Palestinian populations.

John McCaslin | August 08, 2003

Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts says President Bush "is vulnerable" in facing re-election next year, but he also admits that his Democratic Party has "our work cut out for us to win the election."

Bruce Bartlett | August 08, 2003

For the last year or two, it has been fashionable to ridicule the idea of a "New Economy," which underlay the stock market boom of the late 1990s. However, last week's productivity report shows that the New Economy is alive and kicking.

Ross Mackenzie | August 08, 2003

As it used to be with all things Scandinavian, so now with much in the realm of social policy that emanates from north of the border.

Rich Lowry | August 08, 2003

If there's anything that we all care about, it's "the children." Almost everything Democratic President Bill Clinton ever did was for "the children."

Thu, Aug 07, 2003

Ann Coulter | August 07, 2003

Arnold Beichman recently wrote a column attacking my latest book, "Treason" – which he at least admits he didn't read – claiming he has the "names of 'innocent lives' Mr. McCarthy ruined." I was excited to see it.

Thomas Sowell | August 07, 2003

It is fascinating to watch special interest groups seeking privileges for themselves in the guise of protecting the rights of other people.

Cal Thomas | August 07, 2003

"If you're a heterosexual clergyman and you're having sex outside marriage, you can be expelled. But if you're a homosexual clergyman having sex outside marriage, they rejoice."

Maggie Gallagher | August 07, 2003

For those who adhere to traditional Christian (or Jewish) sexual teachings, the future may look bleak.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 07, 2003

Very few people know much about Dean because he comes from such remote environs.

Ross Mackenzie | August 07, 2003

How do the national Democrats continue to draw overwhelming support from African-Americans and Hispanics, given their adamant opposition to elevating first Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, and now Miguel Estrada to the D.C. Court of Appeals?

William F. Buckley | August 07, 2003

The talk of gay marriage brings up two points of grave political magnitude.

Robert Novak | August 07, 2003

Not until Howard Dean, the 21st-century candidate of the Internet, achieved old-fashioned 20th-century laurels of simultaneous Newsweek and Time cover stories did the skeptical realize he really may become the Democratic presidential nominee.

Alan Reynolds | August 07, 2003

Before Congress cut the tax on dividends and capital gains in May, critics claimed it would have little impact on the stock market.

Marvin Olasky | August 07, 2003

Pundits often write of inequalities in America, but they're minor compared to the daily contrasts here.

Larry Kudlow | August 07, 2003

From Wall Street to Washington, pundits and politicians looking for a worst-case scenario on stocks and the economy think they have found it.

Joel Mowbray | August 07, 2003

While most of the attention paid to the recent 9/11 report has focused on the 28 blanked-out pages detailing the actions of the House of Saud, a far more important player has escaped necessary scrutiny: the U.S. State Department.

George Will | August 07, 2003

Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh asked a simple question, but the answer is not simple. At a meeting of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council, Bayh asked fellow Democrats, ``Do we want to vent or do we want to govern?"

Wed, Aug 06, 2003

Michelle Malkin | August 06, 2003

Bleeding-heart liberalism for thee, but not for me. That is the expedient philosophy of the wealthy Rockefeller family.

Walter E. Williams | August 06, 2003

The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Grutter vs. Bollinger permits colleges to award a "plus" to black, Hispanic and American Indian student applications for admission.

Brent Bozell | August 06, 2003

Should we feel sorry for the press as they try, frantically, to apply a barrel of pancake makeup to Howard Dean and present this raging leftist to America as a soggy "centrist"?

Jonah Goldberg | August 06, 2003

Are Republicans right to accuse Democrats of religious bias against Catholics? Probably, yes.

David Limbaugh | August 06, 2003

Senator Orrin Hatch sent shock waves through the liberal culture when he said, "the left is trying to enforce an anti-religious litmus test" against judicial "nominees who openly adhere to Catholic and Baptist doctrines."

Pat Buchanan | August 06, 2003

Question: If a veterinarian visiting a Montana ranch should conclude the dead cattle there had died of mad cow disease, who would know first: Congress, or the cattle futures market?

Ben Shapiro | August 06, 2003

California is going down the drain, and something must be done. We need citizens with brains. To that end, I have prepared this quiz.

Terry Jeffrey | August 06, 2003

In all the years that liberal politicians have been using Locke High School in South Central Los Angeles as a photo opportunity to show Americans they really care about poor kids in public schools, one key indicator has remained sky-high.

Linda Chavez | August 06, 2003

Mel Gibson's new film "The Passion," which depicts the last hours and crucifixion of Jesus Christ, has generated enormous controversy even though it is nearly a year away from release.

Rebecca Hagelin | August 06, 2003

My husband and I have always been blessed with enough of an income that the educational choices we make for our kids are based more on our children's needs than on what is "affordable."

John McCaslin | August 06, 2003

After three years of legislative delays, the most-visited memorial in the nation's capital will get a visitor center.

Armstrong Williams | August 06, 2003

A good measure of the government is how it spends our tax dollars. So let us consider what Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York City, had done with our hard-earned money.

Tue, Aug 05, 2003

Mona Charen | August 05, 2003

Two questions have rumbled through the commentariat over the last several weeks. They've been treated discretely, but a case can be made that they are linked.

Cal Thomas | August 05, 2003

Last month in Washington, 50 people attended a private screening of actor Mel Gibson's new film, "The Passion," about the last 12 hours in the earthly life of Jesus Christ.

Dennis Prager | August 05, 2003

The left will win and America will lose only if we do not fight them. Let the Grand Canyon plaques be our rallying cry.

Matt Towery | August 05, 2003

A recent national survey shows Americans evenly split between people who consider themselves "more pro-life or more pro-choice."

Bill Murchison | August 05, 2003

Time flies all right. Only a handful of years ago, one of the most common political expressions was "Clinton-hating."

Frank Gaffney | August 05, 2003

Nearly two years ago, in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, official Washington was seized with The Question: Had there been prior warning of these devastating acts of terror?

Bruce Bartlett | August 05, 2003

In recent weeks, George W. Bush has started to come in for the first meaningful criticism from mainstream conservatives during his presidency.

Rich Lowry | August 05, 2003

Massachusetts recently began requiring bilingual-education teachers to pass English-fluency tests to keep their jobs.

Mon, Aug 04, 2003

Suzanne Fields | August 04, 2003

In the old vaudeville joke, Moses descends from Mount Sinai with a stone tablet under each arm. He has good news and bad news: "The good news is, I got Him down to 10. The bad news is, adultery is still on it."

Diana West | August 04, 2003

It may not exactly be harmonic convergence, but the coincidence is still worth flagging.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 04, 2003

In rare moments when Congress isn't preoccupied with war, taxes or prescription drugs, it is worrying that American students don't know any U.S. history.

Joel Mowbray | August 04, 2003

As Israel is witnessing yet again, the Jewish state is held to a different standard, one that emboldens critics to take potshots at will.

Jack Kemp | August 04, 2003

When my good friend Donald Rumsfeld was appointed as our nation's 21st secretary of defense, I knew our military and our military's morale would receive not only a boost but a robust change in approach to our national defense posture.

John Leo | August 04, 2003

One of the summer's oddest stories is that the National Football League has fined the Detroit Lions $200,000 for hiring a white coach.

Kathleen Parker | August 04, 2003

At great risk to my standing in the zeitgeist, I have a confession to make: I'm having trouble locating my inner goddess.

Robert Novak | August 04, 2003

One of Washington's leading private power brokers, with intimate contacts inside the Bush administration, suggested a meaningful line for the president of the United States when he met the prime minister of Israel at the White House last Tuesday:

Sun, Aug 03, 2003

Thomas Sowell | August 03, 2003

Some years ago, while walking across the campus of Stanford University, I happened to encounter the late Glen Campbell, then head of the Hoover Institution, where I work.

Brent Bozell | August 03, 2003

FCC Chairman Michael Powell is getting set to be royally humiliated.

George Will | August 03, 2003

In this season of vast public carelessness, political Toms and Daisys are trashing civic life, making messes and moving on. And there are no large ideas commensurate with, and capable of at least explaining, the institutional damage being done.

William F. Buckley | August 03, 2003

U.S.-Saudi relations aren't easily parsed. There are many reasons for this, but one of them is that the two countries have information about each other that they don't want publicized.