Sun, Apr 25, 2004

Paul Jacob | April 25, 2004

According to some leading journalists and consumer activists, ABC's news division suffers from a major problem: John Stossel.

William F. Buckley | April 25, 2004

President Bush went to Pittsburgh on Monday and called on Republicans (you have to be one, to qualify to vote in next Tuesday's primary) to vote for the incumbent senator, Arlen Specter. That endorsement sent shivers down the spines of GOP conservatives, who are rooting for the other candidate, Patrick J. Toomey.

George Will | April 25, 2004

Even in what passes for repose, your basic 11-year-old boy resembles the former Yugoslavia -- a unity of sorts, but with fidgeting and jostling elements. Andrew Nesbitt is like that, only more so, because he has Tourette syndrome.

Sat, Apr 24, 2004

Doug Giles | April 24, 2004

What do the anti-dude dames daydream about? Well ? I can think of 10 fantasies right off the top of my unapologetic, heterosexual, white, Anglo-Saxon, protestant, testosterone-fog-loving head. Ready?

Robert Novak | April 24, 2004

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist is being urged by colleagues to threaten to close down the Senate for the rest of the year unless Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle ends his disruptive tactics.

Fri, Apr 23, 2004

Thomas Sowell | April 23, 2004

Can you imagine being charged with murder for the death of someone you didn't even know was dead, when you were not even around when it happened? Only in California -- and only if you are in business.

Jonah Goldberg | April 23, 2004

In 1993, in an interview with The Washington Post, the newly elected Bill Clinton joked that he missed the Cold War. Clinton explained to the Post that, 'We had an intellectually coherent thing. The American people knew what the rules were.'

David Limbaugh | April 23, 2004

Why does it make so many on the Left uncomfortable that President Bush openly professes his reliance on God in performing his official duties?

Mona Charen | April 23, 2004

There is one huge problem with the 9-11 Commission. It's a bipartisan problem -- and it's a problem of such enormity that I must comment on it.

Neal Boortz | April 23, 2004

The FCC (Federal Censorship Commission) is on a roll, radio station owners are in a state of near panic, and broadcasters are losing their livelihoods.

Oliver North | April 23, 2004

Ar-Ramadi, Iraq -- The Marines here in ar-Ramadi are continuing a 200-year-old tradition in the United States Marine Corps -- fighting terrorists.

Charles Krauthammer | April 23, 2004

Never has a more serious question received a more feckless answer. Going back to the U.N.: What does that mean? It cannot mean the General Assembly, which decides nothing. It must mean going back to the Security Council.

Ross Mackenzie | April 23, 2004

Miscellaneous quotes on topics more or less in the news:

Thu, Apr 22, 2004

Ann Coulter | April 22, 2004

Except for the presidential election, the most important election this year will take place on April 27 in Pennsylvania. No, it's not the 'American Idol' finals. It's even more important than that.

Thomas Sowell | April 22, 2004

The recent conviction of Martha Stewart for lying to federal investigators looking into ?insider trading? is one of the sad signs of our times. If you create enough laws, everyone will be a criminal.

Larry Elder | April 22, 2004

On the eve of "Earth Day," the Bush administration stands accused of trashing the nation's environment.

Cal Thomas | April 22, 2004

Thursday (April 22) was the 34th annual "Earth Day" observance, and, like other progeny of a decade characterized by Robert Ringer's best-selling "Looking Out for No. 1," it is beginning to show its age.

Suzanne Fields | April 22, 2004

New York and Washington have always indulged a love-hate relationship, frequently descending to one-upmanship.

Debra J. Saunders | April 22, 2004

It should come as no surprise that San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris isn't seeking the death penalty against a man charged with murdering San Francisco police officer Isaac Espinoza on April 10.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 22, 2004

Now that the Pulitzer Prizes have been awarded in the arts, journalism and scholarship, the nation's intelligentsia turns its attention elsewhere.

John McCaslin | April 22, 2004

President Bush didn't come right out and call the nation's top newspaper editors a bunch of communists Wednesday, but he came pretty close.

Alan Reynolds | April 22, 2004

I have discovered a fool-proof strategy for beating the income tax, the Social Security tax and the Medicare tax: Lower your income.

George Will | April 22, 2004

In 1948, when Arizona had been a state for just 36 years and its population was only 700,000, it voted for President Truman.

Joel Mowbray | April 22, 2004

Hours after an Israeli missile claimed the life of Hamas head and co-founder Abdel Aziz Rantisi, the terrorist organization released a statement promising '100 unique retaliations' that would shake 'the criminal entity.'

Chuck Colson | April 22, 2004

Both sides of the abortion debate, media critics, and ordinary people are wondering what will come of the latest bit of reality TV: a televised abortion.

Robert Novak | April 22, 2004

Sen. John Kerry, having escaped intact a one-hour grilling by NBC's Tim Russert on "Meet the Press" Sunday, slipped in the closing minutes.

Marvin Olasky | April 22, 2004

Liberals and conservatives have begun a new debate on policy toward Cuba, but both sides are missing a third alternative.

Larry Kudlow | April 22, 2004

Knut Wicksell dialed in late last night to tell me not to panic over the imminent change in Federal Reserve rate-hiking policies signaled by Alan Greenspan?s congressional testimony on Wednesday.

Wed, Apr 21, 2004

Michelle Malkin | April 21, 2004

The usual suspects -- plus one holier-than-thou world power -- are calling on the U.S. military to repent for its treatment of Muslim chaplain James Yee (a.k.a. "Yousef" or "Yousif" Yee).

Walter E. Williams | April 21, 2004

What is racial profiling, and is it racist? We can think of profiling as using cheap-to-observe characteristics as indicators or proxies for more-costly-to-observe characteristics.

Brent Bozell | April 21, 2004

The front page of the Washington Post carried bad news for the anti-Bush media (redundant, I know).

Jonah Goldberg | April 21, 2004

According to the funhouse logic of the Kerry campaign, I have no choice but to question Kerry's patriotism.

Tony Blankley | April 21, 2004

Ariel Sharon, the old Israeli bulldozer, has his policy rig in overdrive. And, with President Bush riding shotgun, Sharon is driving roughshod over Palestinian fantasies on his way to a unilateral peace.

Terry Jeffrey | April 21, 2004

Nothing more starkly exemplifies how environmentalist ideology has turned upside down the way man views his relationship with nature.

Ben Shapiro | April 21, 2004

This week marks Yom HaShoah, the day of remembrance for the Holocaust. But it also marks another Jewish date even more important: the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.

Linda Chavez | April 21, 2004

The feds are considering changing the rules on airport security again, which could end up creating even greater bottlenecks at those security checkpoints that are the bane of every traveler.

Frank Gaffney | April 21, 2004

Among Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld?s many contributions to the conduct and character of American security policy was his introduction last year of the term ?New Europe.?

Rebecca Hagelin | April 21, 2004

As election 2004 swings into full gear with all of the promises, rhetoric, charges and counter-charges that come with it, it's important that potential voters understand the issues.

Bruce Bartlett | April 21, 2004

I have to say that my own feelings on the war parallel those of many others who previously supported the war but now feel deep misgivings.

Tue, Apr 20, 2004

David Limbaugh | April 20, 2004

I want to tell you about an important new book I hope will be widely disseminated. Though its subject is the truth of Christianity, it needs to be read by far more than just 'the choir.'

Dennis Prager | April 20, 2004

If you love goodness and hate evil, this is a tough time to stay sane.

Debra J. Saunders | April 20, 2004

The folks at Genetic Savings are careful to tell potential customers they can't recreate Fluffy.

Ed Feulner | April 20, 2004

Some holidays, such as Veteran?s Day and Memorial Day, are a time for reflection. Others, like July 4th and Thanksgiving, are a time for celebration. This year, we ought to add Earth Day to the list of days to celebrate -- but only if we rename it Growth Day.

Maggie Gallagher | April 20, 2004

Testosterone, Steven Rhoads points out in his forthcoming book, 'Taking Sex Differences Seriously,' (Encounter Books) creates a "loner profile.'

William F. Buckley | April 20, 2004

Tuesday morning we learned that the king of Jordan snubbed the president of the United States.

Armstrong Williams | April 20, 2004

Putting National Security Adviser Dr. Condoleezza Rice before the 9/11 commission and subjecting her to harsh scrutiny about the Bush administration's response to the Sept. 11 attacks, is actually helping the Republican Party.

John McCaslin | April 20, 2004

It's been exactly one decade since Republicans gained control of Congress for the first time in 40 years.

Mon, Apr 19, 2004

Mike Adams | April 19, 2004

In the midst of recent criticism that a) the university has been spending too much money on speakers, and b) the speakers always seem to be Democrats; the university hired George Mitchell (D-Maine) to speak for about an hour for the sum of $40,000.

Cal Thomas | April 19, 2004

Sharon's pronouncements sound good, and the strategy might work. But the Palestinian track record should warn Sharon not to bet his ranch on it.

Suzanne Fields | April 19, 2004

The culture wars are fierce, with firefights between right and left, conservative and liberal, traditional and postmodern.

Diana West | April 19, 2004

Victor Davis Hanson, author of several books about war's affect on civilization, says it best in the current issue of City Journal.

Phyllis Schlafly | April 19, 2004

When Time magazine runs a cover story called "The Case for Staying Home," and Reuters reports that housework is good for women because it can help prevent ovarian cancer, you know the feminists are on the run.

Robert Novak | April 19, 2004

George W. Bush's journey to Pittsburgh Monday to stand with Sen. Arlen Specter in the political battle of his life puts the president in unusual company.

John Leo | April 19, 2004

Mr. Answer Man, I have a question about the White House press corps. After waiting months to question President Bush at a full-dress press conference, why did these reporters get up one after another and ask the same question?

Bruce Bartlett | April 19, 2004

Some analysts are now predicting fairly substantial increases by yearend. It is important to understand why rates are rising in order to assess their impact. In the short run, the effect may be to bolster growth.

Jack Kemp | April 19, 2004

In spite of repeated attempts by the United States to negotiate a truce with Iraqi insurrectionists, the violence has only intensified. April already has become the most deadly month for U.S. soldiers in Iraq.

Rich Lowry | April 19, 2004

The 9/11 Commission has revealed another zealot who supports the dreaded USA Patriot Act, insisting that 'everything that's been done in the Patriot Act has been helpful.'

Joel Mowbray | April 19, 2004

As the violence heats up in Iraq, the level of concern voiced by politicians and commentators alike is understandably increasing accordingly. But such pessimism is both counterproductive and wrong.

Sun, Apr 18, 2004

Paul Jacob | April 18, 2004

When it comes to the real issues in Congress, there is only one. Day after day, year after year, the issue is how to divvy up the body politic as fat slabs of pork.

George Will | April 18, 2004

Passed after the 1967 Six Day War, 242 mandated the withdrawal of Israel 'from territories occupied in the recent conflict.' Not from 'the territories.' Israel insisted on deletion of the 'the' because it implied, as Arab and other powers acknowledged by their vehement opposition to the deletion -- withdrawal from all territories.