Sun, Aug 31, 2003

Pat Buchanan | August 31, 2003

The granite monument of the Ten Commandments has been rolled out of the Alabama Supreme Court building in Montgomery. Chief Justice Roy Moore has been suspended. Yet, in his defeat there is victory.

Paul Jacob | August 31, 2003

Michigan has hit the jackpot when it comes to dumb sayings about term limits by lobbyists who hate term limits.

George Will | August 31, 2003

For some Republicans, Howard Dean's supremacy among Democratic presidential aspirants causes merriment.

Sat, Aug 30, 2003

David Limbaugh | August 30, 2003

Recently I have discussed the issues involved in the controversy surrounding Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. Before finally leaving the subject, I want to address this nettlesome notion of the separation of church and state.

Larry Kudlow | August 30, 2003

A shocking Zogby Poll this week had former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean at a giant 21-point lead over former New Hampshire primary front-runner Sen. John Kerry.

Kathleen Parker | August 30, 2003

What if the women who helped make abortion-on-demand the law of the land changed their minds? They did.

Robert Novak | August 30, 2003

Recipients of recent money appeals by the Democratic National Committee (DNC) have been puzzled by the absence of the customary signature of the party chairman, Terry McAuliffe.

Fri, Aug 29, 2003

Michelle Malkin | August 29, 2003

The American dream of home ownership, complete with the white picket fence, is alive and well for those who break our laws and break down our fences to get in.

Brent Bozell | August 29, 2003

The New York Observer's Joe Conason is out with a new tome called "Big Lies," one of those "lies" being the Myth of the Liberal Media.

Jonah Goldberg | August 29, 2003

It's probably too late, now that Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's monument to the Ten Commandments has been wheeled out of the state Supreme Court's rotunda. But I have the perfect solution for this whole brouhaha.

Mona Charen | August 29, 2003

Recently, at an all-female gathering, I watched the clock to see how long it would take for the conversation to turn to dieting. Introductions took the first three minutes.

Oliver North | August 29, 2003

Broadman & Holman, the publisher of my latest novel, "The Jericho Sanction," sent me out on the road this week to promote the book.

Debra J. Saunders | August 29, 2003

The state Assembly is poised to pass a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to obtain California driver's licenses.

Rich Tucker | August 29, 2003

n December of 1972, the last man to visit the moon returned to Earth. A total of 12 men had been there in less than four years.

Jacob Sullum | August 29, 2003

In the 1980s, not many people could plausibly claim stronger anti-drug credentials than Nancy Reagan. But Forest Tennant could.

Charles Krauthammer | August 29, 2003

On Wednesday, Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor oversaw the removal of the Ten Commandments monument from the rotunda of the state Supreme Court building.

Rich Lowry | August 29, 2003

It is odd that liberals would fervently support a government program to suppress the wages of low-income Americans, especially minorities. But they do. The program is called high-level immigration.

John McCaslin | August 29, 2003

Bureaucrats at the Department of Health and Human Services have been invited by memo to attend a "Stress Reduction Lab (SRL) orientation," to be held Sept. 4 after everybody returns from the beach.

Thu, Aug 28, 2003

Ann Coulter | August 28, 2003

Liberals are hopping mad about the war with Iraq. Showing the nuance and complexity of thought liberals pride themselves on, they are excitedly restating all the arguments they made before the war – arguments which were soundly rejected by the American people, the U.S. Congress and the Bush administration.

Thomas Sowell | August 28, 2003

For more than two centuries, the political left has crusaded against the punishment of criminals.

Larry Elder | August 28, 2003

To fiscal conservatives considering voting for Arnold Schwarzenegger in California's upcoming recall election, one can understand their ambivalence.

Suzanne Fields | August 28, 2003

Once upon a time Literature, with the capital L, was "la creme de la creme" of college courses.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 28, 2003

Word spreads from Starbucks to Starbucks, from health food shop to health food shop: "Dr. Howard Dean is coming!" All of a sudden, 20,000 Birkenstocks are stomping toward Dr. Howard Dean's venue.

Joel Mowbray | August 28, 2003

Intentionally killing civilians from America, Europe, or Asia (or almost anywhere else) makes you a terrorist—but intentionally killing innocent Jews in Israel merely makes you a “militant.” At least in the eyes of the “mainstream” media.

Ross Mackenzie | August 28, 2003

With summer's last major travel weekend coming up, herewith a story about a seminal experience.

Marvin Olasky | August 28, 2003

Now that the Ten Commandments monument is removed from its Alabama rotunda, could we all take a deep breath?

Bruce Bartlett | August 28, 2003

Many members of Congress are warning that China needs to take action, such as raising its exchange rate, to deal with this problem before it leads to protectionist legislation.

Robert Novak | August 28, 2003

Kennedy has pushed his hate crimes and minimum wage proposals as amendments to the State Department authorization, the first such bill approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in 18 years.

Alan Reynolds | August 28, 2003

A couple of weeks ago, the unrepentant Mr. Uchitelle wrote yet another weirdly apocalyptic piece claiming, "Manufacturing is slowly disappearing in the United States."

Wed, Aug 27, 2003

Michelle Malkin | August 27, 2003

Three months ago, this column wondered if the New York Times would ever cover the abominable Democrat teachers' union scandal in Florida.

Walter E. Williams | August 27, 2003

I've written a nationally syndicated column for nearly 25 years. Columns critical of Social Security and handouts to farmers used to bring the angry self-serving mail.

Brent Bozell | August 27, 2003

We know the ideal of sexual purity and a clarion call for abstinence are seen by Hollywood as quaint.

Jonah Goldberg | August 27, 2003

"Globalization," in layman's terms, means the growing interconnectedness of the world's societies through trade, treaties and culture.

Tony Blankley | August 27, 2003

How long should we wait before deciding if the Iraq project is a success? And, what is success?

Cal Thomas | August 27, 2003

The British are going to need more than a stiff upper lift to navigate their new information system.

Ben Shapiro | August 27, 2003

Raise your hand if you were shocked at the breakdown of the so-called Middle East "road map." If you are raising your hand, give yourself a nice, hard slap across the chops. Maybe that will wake you up from your reverie of self-delusion.

Terry Jeffrey | August 27, 2003

"Today's action signals that the era of hate politics is truly over." So said Democratic Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante of California in 1999 when Democratic Gov. Gray Davis dropped the state's appeal of the federal court decision that had overturned Proposition 187.

Debra J. Saunders | August 27, 2003

How special: Some of the very people who are attacking the Patriot Act on civil libertarian grounds are raising questions as to whether Attorney General John Ashcroft has the right to lobby in its favor.

Linda Chavez | August 27, 2003

It's back to work, and not a minute too soon. Another week of family vacation and I'd be ready for the rest home. Who ever said vacations were relaxing anyway?

John McCaslin | August 27, 2003

Nearly 59 years after the end of World War II, the National World War II Memorial - the first national memorial dedicated to all who served during World War II - will be dedicated in Washington over Memorial Day Weekend 2004.

William F. Buckley | August 27, 2003

There is some gloom in the land, expressing doubts as to whether the good old USA can successfully contend with all the burdens we face.

Armstrong Williams | August 27, 2003

Mandating that only black instructors can teach "black history" shifts the focus from reasoned exploration of history to color of a teacher's skin.

Kathleen Parker | August 27, 2003

The recent bared-teeth snarlfest between Bill O'Reilly and Al Franken has provided the perfect antidote to the final dog days of summer. Never have two more deserving people found each other - just in time to make one look like a silly bully and the other a best-selling author.

Tue, Aug 26, 2003

Thomas Sowell | August 26, 2003

It was painful to listen to speakers who addressed a scattering of people gathered at the Lincoln Memorial for the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech.

David Limbaugh | August 26, 2003

I took more heat for my last column (defending Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore yet concluding he should obey the federal court order) than any other.

Dennis Prager | August 26, 2003

The vast majority of people were raised with the ideal of unquestioning obedience to their parents. "Don't argue with your father (or mother)," "Don't talk back" and "You'll do as I tell you" have been universal mottos of child rearing.

Debra J. Saunders | August 26, 2003

Republicans scoff at Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante's mixed-message -- vote against the recall, but in case it passes, vote for me. I don't see the problem: Democratic voters understand a hedge.

Matt Towery | August 26, 2003

A recent national survey of over 1,000 adults asked Americans how they felt various groups in society were treated.

Bill Murchison | August 26, 2003

Has conservatism become an unaffordable luxury in the California governor's race?

Jack Kemp | August 26, 2003

The United States and Britain did not invade Iraq out of ambition to conquer its people, annex their territory or expropriate their natural resources. American and British leaders acted out of fear for the safety of their own people to topple a regime they believed to be a threat to national security.

George Will | August 26, 2003

Part of the good news out of Iraq -- good news obscured by recent bad news, and sometimes mistaken for unalloyed bad news -- is that the deaths, including 62 Americans, caused by hostile action in Iraq since major combat operations ended include the deaths of almost 50 Iraqis.

Bruce Bartlett | August 26, 2003

For years, manufacturers have been outsourcing operations to foreign countries to obtain lower wage costs and escape from high taxes, burdensome government regulations and intransigent unions here at home.

Mon, Aug 25, 2003

Suzanne Fields | August 25, 2003

Do conservative women look for different qualities of masculinity in men than liberal women do?

Debra J. Saunders | August 25, 2003

Gov. Gray Davis deserves to be recalled. His performance has earned him record-low poll numbers because voters believe he is too arrogant, too nasty -- and that he would sell them out to any special interest that could help his career.

Diana West | August 25, 2003

Eleven-month-old Shmuel Zargari was buried in Israel this week with only his 14-year-old brother in attendance from his immediate family.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 25, 2003

Federal court decisions about the Pledge of Allegiance and the Ten Commandments, and the specter raised by the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Lawrence vs. Texas that marriage may no longer be defined as the union of a man and a woman, show that the time has come to curb the "Imperial Judiciary."

Frank Gaffney | August 25, 2003

Suddenly, all the “smart people” have an idea for advancing the war on terror while cutting our costs, reducing the burden on over-stretched American forces and affording enhanced legitimacy to our counter-terrorism initiatives: Seek a new UN mandate authorizing an expanded international operation in Iraq.

Maggie Gallagher | August 25, 2003

For anyone who looks, the outline of the 2004 presidential campaign is suddenly clear. There are three, and exactly three, issues that will dominate.

William F. Buckley | August 25, 2003

The scene of Arnold Schwarzenegger with Milton Friedman (no less) figuratively on his right, and George Shultz (no less) on his left, declaring his intention to run for governor of California is heady conservative endorsement. For one thing, the contrast was vivid.

Rich Lowry | August 25, 2003

The war on terror has finally, as some critics always warned it would, whipped up a dangerous hysteria. It just so happens that the hysteria has taken hold among critics of the war on terror.

Robert Novak | August 25, 2003

When the International Brotherhood of Teamsters endorsed Democrat Richard Gephardt Aug. 9, did that mean years of courtship by Republicans were in vain? President Bush's political operatives don't think so.

Chuck Colson | August 25, 2003

The war on terrorism makes this very clear: Mothers are passionate about protecting their children.

Sun, Aug 24, 2003

Paul Jacob | August 24, 2003

So far, it looks like the professionals haven't yet figured out exactly which renegade electron sparked the cascade of power outages that darkened eight states and part of Canada, though it looks like the problem may have started in Ohio.