Sun, Jun 06, 2004

David Limbaugh | June 06, 2004

Ben has just completed his undergraduate degree and has witnessed firsthand the type of liberal bias that permeates academia today.

Cal Thomas | June 06, 2004

The coming election is about many things. One issue that should be debated is whether "we the people" wish to continue to allow unelected federal judges to decide what the law should be.

Paul Jacob | June 06, 2004

We often speak of "the Real World," we who talk about politics. (At least I do.) And we aren't talking about the workings of our government, though our government is All Too Real.

George Will | June 06, 2004

Today Americans gratefully recall that at a turbulent moment in their national epic, Reagan became the great reassurer, the steadying captain of our clipper ship. He calmed the passengers -- and the sea.

William F. Buckley | June 06, 2004

It is now official: There will be a substantial redeployment of our standing military forces.

Sat, Jun 05, 2004

Doug Giles | June 05, 2004

What a diverse multiracial, multicultural, multivitamin nation our country has become!

Kathleen Parker | June 05, 2004

Consider the celebratory tone of two stories that ran in Wednesday's New York Times.

Robert Novak | June 05, 2004

Democratic joy over the special election victory of 33-year-old Stephanie Herseth for South Dakota's House seat was diminished by the danger this poses to re-election of Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle.

Fri, Jun 04, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 04, 2004

The way the issue of partial birth abortion has been reported -- or not reported -- gives the lie to such protests.

Brent Bozell | June 04, 2004

In our world of creature comforts and great prosperity, when we devote many hours of our lives to being entertained, when it seems the masses worship celebrities more than God, faith appears to some as more anciently foolish than ever.

Jonah Goldberg | June 04, 2004

'The Slayage Conference on Buffy The Vampire Slayer' convened the leading experts at wasting tuition money on geeky personal hobbies to present papers on the 'Buffyverse.'

Mike Adams | June 04, 2004

For all the other liberals who didn?t understand the point of the article, here it is in bold letters: English departments are becoming increasing politicized and, hence, increasingly irrelevant.

David Limbaugh | June 04, 2004

One of the most outrageous injustices occurring in our society is the homosexual activists' relentless assault on the Boy Scouts of America (BSA).

Neal Boortz | June 04, 2004

They?re not 'public schools,' you see; they?re government schools.

Oliver North | June 04, 2004

They waited 60 years for this day, and their pride was palpable. Despite aching backs and stiff joints, these men and women of the World War II generation stood tall and saluted smartly because their time had finally come.

Debra J. Saunders | June 04, 2004

A group of students at the University of California at Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law circulated a petition last week...

Jacob Sullum | June 04, 2004

I'm beginning to think I may not learn Mandarin in time for our trip to China on Wednesday.

Charles Krauthammer | June 04, 2004

As of this week, we have an interim Iraqi government, remarkably balanced in terms of ethnicity, region and tribe. Such encouraging developments, however, are apparently not to be permitted to puncture the current defeatism.

Rich Lowry | June 04, 2004

CIA Director George Tenet has resigned. Good. Can Congress and the media resign next?

Thu, Jun 03, 2004

Ann Coulter | June 03, 2004

The invasion of Iraq has gone fabulously well, exceeding everyone's expectations ? certainly exceeding the doomsday scenarios of liberals.

Thomas Sowell | June 03, 2004

It was refreshing recently to see a front page of the New York Times that was not full of editorials disguised as "news" stories, undermining the war and the president.

Larry Elder | June 03, 2004

Tom Brokaw said it. So it must be true.

Mike Adams | June 03, 2004

Instead of apologizing, I decided to search the webpage of the nearest university English department to see what I could find.

Suzanne Fields | June 03, 2004

The day before I sat with 150,000 others to listen to President Bush dedicate a memorial to the men who saved the world from twin tyrannies, I became a grandmother of twin granddaughters born in Berlin.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 03, 2004

Thomas Somma said a lot was going through his mind as he climbed out of a troop ship into the icy water and onto the beach at Normandy in 1944.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 03, 2004

Once again, the conservative fuddy duddies are vindicated. The rails, at least on highly traveled routes such as the New York-Washington corridor, surpass air travel.

Ed Feulner | June 03, 2004

The 'garden' known as the U.S. economy is producing more jobs than ever before. Unemployment is 5.6 percent, below the average rates of the 1980s and 1990s.

Ross Mackenzie | June 03, 2004

Other questions, equally important - or more so: Does America have the stomach to prevail in Iraq? Indeed, will our morals allow us to win the War on Terror?

Rich Lowry | June 03, 2004

In his latest rip-roaring attack on the Bush administration, Al Gore basically called on everyone in the Pentagon's civilian leadership short of Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs William Winkenwerder Jr. to resign.

Joel Mowbray | June 03, 2004

Inside the halls of the State Department, career members of the Foreign Service have been buzzing about a prospect that excites them very much: President John Kerry.

Alan Reynolds | June 03, 2004

The noisy agitation over offshore "outsourcing" died down a bit. But assertions repeated with such stridency often remain believed long after they are proven false.

George Will | June 03, 2004

Preternaturally optimistic, he thinks government policy will become more sensible, other events will cooperate and the airline industry, which has been in the red since flight began at Kitty Hawk, will make money.

John McCaslin | June 03, 2004

White House correspondents planning to cover the upcoming meeting between President Bush and Pope John Paul II are being told to sport their Sunday best.

Larry Kudlow | June 03, 2004

The much-maligned factory sector is booming. Not rising. Not improving. Booming.

Marvin Olasky | June 03, 2004

My definition of an international politics miracle is an event that would have seemed near-impossible only a short time before it happened, like the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.

Wed, Jun 02, 2004

Michelle Malkin | June 02, 2004

The United Nations and Red Cross have been providing cover for terrorists -- literally. And American taxpayers are footing some of the bill.

Walter E. Williams | June 02, 2004

For years, I've argued that most of the problems many black Americans face today have little or nothing to do with racial discrimination.

Brent Bozell | June 02, 2004

It's pointless to debate Ms. Huffington's newfound ideology since there is no guarantee that between the time these words are typed and published she won't have embraced yet a different cause.

Jonah Goldberg | June 02, 2004

Now, I don't think that very many of the folks cheering America's defeat in Iraq are crypto-Leninists any more than I think Paul Wolfowitz has a secret shrine to Leon Trotsky in some corner of the Pentagon.

Mike Adams | June 02, 2004

A tenured UNCW English professor recently tried to convince me that the absence of a single Republican in their department of 31 full-time faculty members was just a coincidence.

David Limbaugh | June 02, 2004

The partisan media had a particularly productive Memorial Day weekend run at Bush-bashing. John Kerry obviously isn't doing well enough to suit them, so they sent in their big guns to rescue him.

Tony Blankley | June 02, 2004

I was about to write a fairly gloomy column on the failure of the Bush White House to explain events in Iraq when I chanced to tune in President Bush's impromptu press conference yesterday morning.

Ben Shapiro | June 02, 2004

The United Nations is an enabling institution. It enables John Kerry to babble mindlessly about the situation in Iraq.

Terry Jeffrey | June 02, 2004

Can a majority of voters in a state declare that there is a "right" to clone and kill human beings and then force all state taxpayers to fund such activities?

Linda Chavez | June 02, 2004

Iraq's new government is a real threat to the Arab world -- and the despots controlling other nations in the region know it.

Maggie Gallagher | June 02, 2004

Oregon is the only state in the union that facilitates suicide. The New York Times' Science section touts the virtues of the assisted suicide law, which since 1997 has facilitated at least 171 suicides.

Kathleen Parker | June 02, 2004

When the "regular guy-ness" of presidential candidates makes headlines, you can guess it must be summer.

William F. Buckley | June 02, 2004

John Kerry has been in search of a line or two of American poetry to suggest the challenge ahead, most especially his role in it.

Joel Mowbray | June 02, 2004

Maybe State and CIA are right about Chalabi. But what if they?re not? Shouldn?t the media be challenging those departments relentlessly?

Tue, Jun 01, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 01, 2004

BusinessWeek magazine has joined the chorus of misleading rhetoric about "the working poor." Why is this misleading? Let me count the ways.

Mike Adams | June 01, 2004

When I select a title for an editorial or for a book, I like to pick something that grabs the reader?s attention. However, this particular title was selected for more than effect.

Cal Thomas | June 01, 2004

The World War II-era dog tags of Clinton S. Thomas with his serial number and blood type stamped on them look as they did then.

Dennis Prager | June 01, 2004

What we wear communicates what we think of ourselves, but even more so, what we think of the world around us.

Matt Towery | June 01, 2004

What does shock me is the reply to the following question posed to likely voters: Who is more likeable?

Rich Lowry | June 01, 2004

All summer movies want to create buzz, but rarely is the intended buzz 'Support the McCain-Lieberman bill.' The movie is 'The Day After Tomorrow'

Armstrong Williams | June 01, 2004

Leftist newspapers and academics deconstruct America for not being a utopia. They vent the frustrations and problems of modern times at America.

John McCaslin | June 01, 2004

Ever since 2000, Slate has poked fun at George W. Bush for his 'torture' of the English language, saying its 'Bushisms' collection 'captures the president's ignorance, incuriosity, laziness and thoughtlessness expressed in frequent gaffes.'

Chuck Colson | June 01, 2004

Judicial tyranny is bad. Hypocrisy is even worse. Find out how a recent appeals court ruling manages to combine the worst of both.

Mon, May 31, 2004

Michael Barone | May 31, 2004

Americans will not falter because of casualties if they can see that progress is clearly being made. Bush needs to show them it is.

Suzanne Fields | May 31, 2004

Michael Moore is the perfect antiwar action man for our time. He's the post-modern Norman Mailer, playing to image rather than word.

Debra J. Saunders | May 31, 2004

Animal-rights activists went to the home of a Chiron employee one night last year to send a message.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 31, 2004

Poor Bill Cosby. He doesn't deserve the fallout that followed his remarks about the dropout rate of some poor students.

Jack Kemp | May 31, 2004

There is a battle under way for Sen. John Kerry's heart and mind on Social Security.

Robert Novak | May 31, 2004

The handful of valiant American warriors fighting the "other" war in Afghanistan is not a happy band of brothers.

John Leo | May 31, 2004

A new survey by the Pew Research Center says journalists have political and ideological leanings more liberal than those of the general public.

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.