Sat, Nov 29, 2003

Robert Novak | November 29, 2003

Chairman Orrin Hatch angered fellow Republicans last week by opening Senate Judiciary Committee Republican e-mails to investigators probing leaks of Democratic e-mails.

Fri, Nov 28, 2003

Brent Bozell | November 28, 2003

Academics who study popular culture marvel at how Hollywood has used its propagandistic powers to sell social issues.

Jonah Goldberg | November 28, 2003

I guess I'm against the Federal Marriage Amendment. I know that's not the sort of forthright lead columnists are supposed to start out with.

Mona Charen | November 28, 2003

This is a season for counting one's blessings. Here is my partial list.

Oliver North | November 28, 2003

There's a time and a place for political criticism and spirited debate, and Natalie Maines, the lead singer of the Dixie Chicks, seems not to understand either where nor when to voice such thoughts.

Jacob Sullum | November 28, 2003

This is what the Bush administration has reduced me to: The other day, I was rooting for a Ted Kennedy filibuster.

Charles Krauthammer | November 28, 2003

This is all rather peculiar: the agreement is being signed not by Israeli and Palestinian officials, but by two people with no power.

Thu, Nov 27, 2003

Thomas Sowell | November 27, 2003

Random thoughts on the passing scene.

Larry Elder | November 27, 2003

Last week's column contained excerpts from my interview with Robert Spencer, author of "Onward Muslim Soldiers: How Jihad Still Threatens America and the West."

Suzanne Fields | November 27, 2003

Thanksgiving is a holiday stirring mixed emotions. We rejoice in friends and family, mourn the memory of those no longer at the table.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 27, 2003

Almost 100 years after the Wright brothers' first flight, there is drama down here at the memorial where the Ohio bicycle entrepreneurs made history.

Maggie Gallagher | November 27, 2003

If same-sex marriage is a culture war issue at all, it's a weird one that cuts across the usual political and ideological lines.

Rich Lowry | November 27, 2003

Are the Coors Light "twins" endangering the health of our kids?

William F. Buckley | November 27, 2003

The swirl of opinion that came in after the ruling of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court tells its own story, which is that the judicial arm has achieved a moral standing not even dreamed of by Cotton Mather, or mere popes and rabbinical councils.

Larry Kudlow | November 27, 2003

Far-away terrorism and some low-intensity trade disputes have temporarily stalled the stock market. But is the fledgling Bush boom coming unglued?

Marvin Olasky | November 27, 2003

On Thanksgiving two years ago, after an autumn of terrorism and rumors of terrorism, most Americans understood that every day not dated Sept. 11 was a good day. Frustration at work?

Alan Reynolds | November 27, 2003

Everyone approaching middle age had better start building a Health Saving Account as quickly as possible, because Congress just promised seniors another few trillion in future benefits without having the slightest idea how to make good on those promises.

Ross Mackenzie | November 27, 2003

Pausing at some of the trees in the forest...

George Will | November 27, 2003

The country heard from Washington -- the man, not the place -- when he issued a National Thanksgiving Proclamation for Nov. 26, 1789.

Robert Novak | November 27, 2003

During 14 years in the Michigan Legislature and 11 years in Congress, Rep. Nick Smith had never experienced anything like it.

John McCaslin | November 27, 2003

If you're hosting such a feast this year, consider offering your guests a waiver: the Center for Consumer Freedom's Thanksgiving Guest Liability and Indemnification Agreement.

Wed, Nov 26, 2003

Thomas Sowell | November 26, 2003

Many people are incensed that other countries pay less for American medications than Americans pay because that is 'unfair.'

Michelle Malkin | November 26, 2003

You've seen the videos and heard the awful tales: High school football players beating or sexually assaulting younger teammates. Cheerleaders pelting new recruits with garbage and feces. Vulnerable students across the country humiliated by their heartless peers.

Walter E. Williams | November 26, 2003

In 1970, the telecommunications industry employed 421,000 switchboard operators. In the same year, Americans made 9.8 billion long distance calls.

Brent Bozell | November 26, 2003

To those who think the endangered species known as the Liberal Republican has become extinct, please take a look at their laboratory of social engineering: the Supreme Court of the People's Republic of Massachusetts.

Jonah Goldberg | November 26, 2003

We all know that the media have a tendency to focus on bad news. Between every occasional plane crash, tens of millions of flights arrive safely at their destinations, but nobody wants to hear about that.

Tony Blankley | November 26, 2003

The passage of the Republican Party's Medicare/Prescription drug bill -- and its support by the AARP -- is by far the most convincing evidence to date that the political center of gravity in Washington is shifting definitively to the GOP for the first time since the pre-FDR era.

Cal Thomas | November 26, 2003

The just concluded (thankfully) Congress is an embarrassment to itself and everyone who favors smaller government.

Terry Jeffrey | November 26, 2003

In the days before the Republican Congress sent Republican President George Bush the most expensive new entitlement since Lyndon Johnson left office, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich proposed a marriage of convenience for the GOP.

Ben Shapiro | November 26, 2003

The most hated man on America's college campuses is George W. Bush. On many campuses, Ward Connerly ranks a close second. 

Debra J. Saunders | November 26, 2003

As Stephen Moore of the tightwad-right Club for Growth noted, "Republicans have lost their fiscal conscience.

Linda Chavez | November 26, 2003

Before we sit down to our annual feast of plump turkey and candied yams, tart cranberries and buttery pumpkin pie, we should think back on our first Thanksgiving holiday.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 26, 2003

Enough time has passed, enough dust has cleared, enough history has unfolded for Americans to appreciate what Ronald Reagan truly meant to this country. That's why even Barbra Streisand and her cronies no longer can get away with trashing him.

Rich Tucker | November 26, 2003

We’re spending too much on homeland security. How’s that possible? After all, the nation is at war

Chuck Colson | November 26, 2003

In reply to European critics who call Americans “moralistic,” Bush not only embraced that description, but he also identified it as part of the Anglo-American cultural legacy.

Kathleen Parker | November 26, 2003

We've been hearing a lot about heroes these days. You know The Name. But there are lots of others - people who have performed heroically - whose names you don't know.

Tue, Nov 25, 2003

David Limbaugh | November 25, 2003

Once again, Democrats, to divert the public's attention from their persistent obstruction in the war on terror, are falsely accusing Republicans of challenging their patriotism.

Mona Charen | November 25, 2003

During the Clinton impeachment year, one got used to viewing television with a trigger finger on the remote, lest the children overhear with too much precision what all the fuss was about.

Cal Thomas | November 25, 2003

If a male child was fondled or sodomized by Michael Jackson, why shouldn't he and the boy be allowed the orientation of their choice? If you disagree, who are you to impose your morality on them?

Dennis Prager | November 25, 2003

Though you may already know everything I am about to say, I need to say it for those of you who, after seeing fellow soldiers blown up or severely injured, may sometimes wonder whether these sacrifices are worth it.

Matt Towery | November 25, 2003

Ultimately, the party will reinvent itself again, perhaps by trawling for young voters who will be grousing about taxes, entitlements and federal debt. This ebb and flow of policies and politics is inevitable.

Bill Murchison | November 25, 2003

The second verse of 'The Star-Spangled Banner' depicts these United States as 'the heav'n-rescued land.'

Armstrong Williams | November 25, 2003

This Thanksgiving I am thankful for my family, the small miracles of life and Bill Parcells.

John Leo | November 25, 2003

Some admire the gay-marriage ruling in Massachusetts. Some don’t. But surely the heart of the story is the stupefying arrogance of the state’s Supreme Judicial Court.

John McCaslin | November 25, 2003

The Democratic National Committee, in dire need of campaign cash, has enlisted CNN "Crossfire" co-host James Carville to call President Bush a liar.

Bruce Bartlett | November 25, 2003

On Jan. 23, 1996, Bill Clinton told the nation, "The era of big government is over." If so, it sure didn't last very long.

Mon, Nov 24, 2003

Mike Adams | November 24, 2003

Almost all of my readers understood that the university went too far in its efforts to control the student organization. There was, however, considerable disagreement over the cause of the university's unreasonable demands.

Suzanne Fields | November 24, 2003

George Bush, introducing himself to his British hosts last week on his wartime pilgrimage to the Old Country, invoked the Anglo-American "alliance of values," uniting his West Texas and Tony Blair's County Durham.

Diana West | November 24, 2003

No doubt President Bush's Whitehall speech will be remembered for its "three pillars" -- Bush's metaphorical framework for the peace and security of free nations.

Frank Gaffney | November 24, 2003

It has become an article of faith in certain circles that President Bush fought an unnecessary and ill-advised war with Iraq.

Jack Kemp | November 24, 2003

Winston Churchill was so committed to the principle of free trade that in 1904 he chose to abandon his party rather than abandon the principle.

Robert Novak | November 24, 2003

Sen. Bill Frist, experiencing a rough rookie year as majority leader, put it publicly to fellow senators late Friday morning.

Rich Lowry | November 24, 2003

At an afternoon union rally in New York City, Howard Dean is trying to be uplifting.

Sun, Nov 23, 2003

Pat Buchanan | November 23, 2003

From the sublime to the ridiculous, we have one Margaret Marshall, chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, ordering the state legislature to enact, in 180 days, a law giving homosexuals the right to marry.

Paul Jacob | November 23, 2003

I don't want socialist-lite in my capitalist presidents, and I don't want a "compassionate conservative" (if that means robbing people with a smile instead of a frown).

George Will | November 23, 2003

It speaks well of Dick Gephardt that he speaks so uncomfortably when compelled to speak -- as he understandably would prefer not to do -- about campaign finance law.

William F. Buckley | November 23, 2003

I was asked by a television network to comment on the career of President Kennedy. I agreed to do so and do not know how many other views were solicited, or when the program was aired.