Sun, May 30, 2004

Paul Jacob | May 30, 2004

Now Kerry says he will indeed accept the nomination at the convention. But it took pressure.

Sat, May 29, 2004

Doug Giles | May 29, 2004

When God created Adam, he didn?t breathe life into this divine concoction of spit and mud in order to develop a race of weak, lazy, irresponsible and chubby quiche-eaters.

Kathleen Parker | May 29, 2004

The American women of Abu Ghraib have put to eternal rest any notion that girls are made of sugar 'n' spice and prompted a flurry of possible answers to the question: How could women have done such things?

Robert Novak | May 29, 2004

President Bush must make a difficult decision whether to promote Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, who recently ended 13 months as top U.S. military officer in Iraq, to full four-star general.

Fri, May 28, 2004

Brent Bozell | May 28, 2004

The biggest name on the program was TV star Bill Cosby, and he packed the biggest -- and most unexpected -- wallop.

Jonah Goldberg | May 28, 2004

I keep hearing that it is contrary to the American journalistic tradition to let patriotism or concern about the negative effects of bad news interfere with coverage.

David Limbaugh | May 28, 2004

I disagree that society's march toward sanctioning homosexual marriage represents enlightened thinking. I also strongly reject the notion that our movement in this direction is no big deal.

Neal Boortz | May 28, 2004

I really don?t expect to make any friends here, but I may just cause a few people to think for a few minutes.

Oliver North | May 28, 2004

On Saturday, May 29, President George W. Bush will dedicate the much-delayed World War II Memorial on the National Mall between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.

Rich Tucker | May 28, 2004

Milburn is a psychologist at the University of Massachusetts and the coauthor of 'The Politics of Denial.' He says conservatives need some time on the couch.

Ed Feulner | May 28, 2004

Sports fans often cite the clich?The best defense is a good offense,? but it?s not true. Teams that want to win need both.

Bruce Bartlett | May 28, 2004

Two tax issues seem to be getting a lot of discussion on the Internet these days. Both have serious flaws.

Charles Krauthammer | May 28, 2004

The pool, with its fountains, makes a nice space for tourists and toddlers to dip their feet on a hot summer's day. But as a remembrance of the most momentous event of the 20th century, it is a disaster.

Marvin Olasky | May 28, 2004

Battered but not beaten, President Bush met with several journalists here on Wednesday and said terrorists 'want to sow fear so that we'll withdraw. I will not yield to them, to their blackmail, to their murders ...'

Larry Kudlow | May 28, 2004

The following numbers perfectly describe the fledgling Bush boom:

Thu, May 27, 2004

Ann Coulter | May 27, 2004

Abu Ghraib is the new Tet offensive. By lying about the Tet offensive during the Vietnam War, the media managed to persuade Americans we were losing the war, which demoralized the nation and caused us to lose the war. And people say reporters are lazy.

Thomas Sowell | May 27, 2004

If you think there is a limit to how much childishness there is among Californians, you may want to reconsider -- especially for Californians in academic communities.

Larry Elder | May 27, 2004

Move over, NASCAR. Out of the way, major league baseball, horseracing or gambling. For bashing President Bush now takes its place as America's No. 1 national pastime.

Suzanne Fields | May 27, 2004

It was a perfect Washington evening, warm with just a hint of the summer to come, with a tiny crescent of a moon climbing into the eastern sky to replace the sun sinking behind a grove of elms.

Debra J. Saunders | May 27, 2004

It must be an election year. Ten years ago, when he wasn't running for president, Sen. John F. Kerry, D-Mass., mused about the value of raising the tax on gasoline by 50 cents a gallon (in 1994 dollars).

Emmett Tyrrell | May 27, 2004

I have met one of the prodigies of the age. I actually shook his hand. He is an amiable, suave, butterball of a man with slicked back hair that curls up at the back of his neck.

Ross Mackenzie | May 27, 2004

Memorial Day, the war on terror, Bush, Kerry, a mainline press that does not so much inform as inflame: They're all intertwined, all of a piece.

John McCaslin | May 27, 2004

We got a chuckle out of White House reporters - and even President Bush - being "harassed" by cicadas while waiting to board Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base this week.

Robert Novak | May 27, 2004

Dr. Tom Coburn, the plainspoken obstetrician from Muskogee, Okla., was back in Washington briefly last week. Republican senators greeted him with mixed emotions.

Joel Mowbray | May 27, 2004

To appreciate the alternate universe populated by our federal government, consider the supposed matter of national security involving an Iraqi leader and now suggestions of a possible role played by his supporters in the Bush administration.

Chuck Colson | May 27, 2004

There are no new heresies, only old ones tailored to a new cultural context. Colson breaks down bestseller 'The Da Vinci Code.'

Wed, May 26, 2004

Thomas Sowell | May 26, 2004

Senator John Kerry is giving opportunism a bad name. First, there was his call for President Bush to release oil from the strategic petroleum reserve, in response to high gasoline prices.

Michelle Malkin | May 26, 2004

This female Beavis and Butthead duo illustrate what normal Americans hate about the Capitol scene: narcissism, moral bankruptcy and self-congratulatory media-political incest.

Walter E. Williams | May 26, 2004

Imagine you're a head physician faced with a large-scale disaster such as the Sept. 11 attack on the World Trade Center, the Oklahoma City bombing or battlefield casualties.

Brent Bozell | May 26, 2004

In the new American Prospect magazine, Rep. David Obey called Pelosi "our Maggie Thatcher.

Jonah Goldberg | May 26, 2004

I get a lot of anti-Semitic email. A lot. I also get a lot of anti-Israel email. They don't all overlap.

Tony Blankley | May 26, 2004

Yup. It's never been easy being a wartime American president. Great speechifying may start a war or celebrate a victory; but it can't win one.

Terry Jeffrey | May 26, 2004

President Bush's speech Monday at the Army War College was steeped in the realistic perspective that America will need to stay the course in Iraq over the next 18 months as we work to implant a stable government in Baghdad.

Ben Shapiro | May 26, 2004

Until the moment student tassels are moved from right to left, universities will use their podiums to promote leftism.

Matt Towery | May 26, 2004

The movie "A Few Good Men," which starred Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Jack Nicholson, may well be played out in real life in the next few weeks.

Linda Chavez | May 26, 2004

Remember when movies aimed to entertain? You could take the whole family, from grandma to the kids, and escape the quotidian for the silver screen.

Maggie Gallagher | May 26, 2004

President Bush said a lot of things in the major address he gave this week at the Army War College in Carlisle, Pa.

Rebecca Hagelin | May 26, 2004

He wore his very best poker face as he climbed carefully through the bomb-bay doors and into the fuselage, his grandsons scrambling in close behind. For my wonderful father-in-law, it had to have been an emotional moment.

George Will | May 26, 2004

Iraq needs less violence and more politics. The former probably requires more of a U.S. presence, the latter requires less.

William F. Buckley | May 26, 2004

There were several people in the room, a half hour before the president spoke, who are well connected and experienced.

Tue, May 25, 2004

Thomas Sowell | May 25, 2004

Bill Cosby has provided a lot of laughs for millions of Americans over the years but black "leaders" were not laughing after he lashed out at those black parents who buy their children expensive sneakers instead of something educational.

Mike Adams | May 25, 2004

This time I decided I was going to adopt a reading list that would force me to read some authors I hadn?t yet read. I also wanted to spend more time on ?modern? classics.

David Limbaugh | May 25, 2004

There is no greater evidence of the mainstream media's liberal bias than their refusal to investigate and report credible claims challenging Sen. Kerry's reputed Vietnam heroism and his outlandish allegations against his own soldiers in 1971.

Cal Thomas | May 25, 2004

Whatever one thinks of President Bush, no one can say that he lacks a vision or the ability to think big.

Dennis Prager | May 25, 2004

For if there is a hell, those who murder and torture the innocent while praising God are surely the first to go there.

Debra J. Saunders | May 25, 2004

Why is it that elites come up with the same silly caricature -- dimwitted, pious, manipulative yet manipulated -- for two very different men?

Phyllis Schlafly | May 25, 2004

Media pundits can't understand why all the negative news coming out of Iraq doesn't produce poll results that show Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., defeating President George W. Bush.

John McCaslin | May 25, 2004

Because of the "current political polarization" in America today, the United States will suffer another "large scale" terrorist attack within the next year.

Bruce Bartlett | May 25, 2004

This year's report looks at the issue of productivity. It's an important topic because productivity has gotten a bit of a bad rap lately as a cause of slow employment growth.

Mon, May 24, 2004

Michael Barone | May 24, 2004

George W. Bush will speak to the nation tonight about what is happening in Iraq, and what will happen next in Iraq.

Cal Thomas | May 24, 2004

Bill Cosby is a lot of things - comedian, actor, educator and philosopher.

Suzanne Fields | May 24, 2004

Children watch movies and television dramas decorated with blood and gore and can't always understand what's really happening before their eyes.

Debra J. Saunders | May 24, 2004

On May 13, in yet another arrogant ruling, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals stopped the development of the Blue Rock Country Club project on Walpert Ridge in Hayward, Calif.

Diana West | May 24, 2004

When an NYFD chief reminded the 9/11 Commission this week that it was never in "anyone's consciousness" that the Twin Towers would fall, he underscored the terrible truth, often forgotten, that we now live in the Age of the Unthinkable.

Rich Tucker | May 24, 2004

Journalists want to talk about ?news,? not ?olds.? If a story broke two days ago, it?s not likely to get coverage today unless there?s a new angle to discuss. And that?s a shame sometimes, because when a story has been insufficiently covered, you wish they?d revisit it.

Jack Kemp | May 24, 2004

Rarely are economists even considered for the prize, but few have promoted peace through international development and prosperity more than de Soto.

Armstrong Williams | May 24, 2004

The real goal is to increase their own bargaining power by ripping to shreds any education reform that seeks to hold public schools accountable to their failures.

Bruce Bartlett | May 24, 2004

Republicans are normally skeptical about government regulation of business--with good reason.

Rich Lowry | May 24, 2004

One of President Bush's most recent "compassionate" initiatives has indirectly led to more horrific deaths along the Arizona-Mexico border.

John Leo | May 24, 2004

First the shock of the Abu Ghraib prison photos, then the after­shock: a surprising debate over whether they should have been published at all.

Sun, May 23, 2004

Ben Shapiro | May 23, 2004

Democrats aren't satisfied with building a stone wall between church and state. They now want a moat between church and politicians.

Paul Jacob | May 23, 2004

Mention initiative, referendum, and recall to political insiders and you'll hear a one-word rebuttal: California! California politics is almost universally portrayed as, well, a little loony.

George Will | May 23, 2004

Didn't Naderite liberals learn their lesson in 2000?