Sun, Jun 13, 2004

Paul Jacob | June 13, 2004

While many Americans look to Canada for solutions to our health care mess, Canadians, in increasing numbers, look southward, to us.

George Will | June 13, 2004

Oil produced the modern world -- its ways of work, warfare and recreation -- and soon, we are told, the end of cheap oil will produce abrupt, wrenching changes in the way we live.

Sat, Jun 12, 2004

Doug Giles | June 12, 2004

Don?t know if I can definitively tell you where character has landed ? but it?s no secret that it took the red eye flight out of here sometime in the early 60?s.

Mike Adams | June 12, 2004

There is now credible information indicating that the administration at UNC is waging a new underground war on religious organizations, all in the name of diversity and tolerance.

Robert Novak | June 12, 2004

The current buzz in the national capital's high-level Democratic circles has projected that Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, previously considered a dark horse as John Kerry's running mate, is now the leading prospect.

Kathleen Parker | June 12, 2004

While you were watching President Ronald W. Reagan's caisson wend its way up Constitution Avenue to the Capitol Rotunda on your television screen, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Tommy Thompson was watching you on his screen.

Fri, Jun 11, 2004

Michael Barone | June 11, 2004

The celebrations and appreciations of Ronald Reagan pouring in since his death last Saturday mostly pass over one thing about his presidency -- his strength in persisting in his policies, staying the course, through politically difficult times.

David Limbaugh | June 11, 2004

I realize that the gods of political correctness would counsel otherwise, but I wish that President Bush would campaign more on the social issues.

Oliver North | June 11, 2004

The pageantry of the moment was awe inspiring. The response of the American people was unforgettable.

Jacob Sullum | June 11, 2004

Inspired by these messages, she grabbed her purse, drove to the grocery store, and loaded up the car with Cap'n Crunch, Skittles and Oreos. That was all she ate for a month.

Ed Feulner | June 11, 2004

Conqueror of communism, sworn enemy of statism, leader of unshakable conviction and contagious optimism, Ronald Reagan became one of history?s heroes long before his death.

Rich Tucker | June 11, 2004

As we honor the memory of President Ronald Reagan, we?re reminded of the many wise things he said.

Charles Krauthammer | June 11, 2004

How to remember a man they anathematized for eight years, but who enjoys both the overwhelming affection of the American people and decisive vindication by history?

Joel Mowbray | June 11, 2004

Directly on the heels of news that the House of Saud has decided to ?crack down? on one of its most notorious ?charities? comes news that a freshly released poll shows that nearly half of Saudis support the views and propaganda of Osama bin Laden.

Thu, Jun 10, 2004

Ann Coulter | June 10, 2004

America's greatest president has gone home. God worked through Ronald Reagan on Earth and now He's taken him back.

Thomas Sowell | June 10, 2004

The fact that benefits have costs means that those who create these benefits are tempting targets for accusations from those who know how to dramatize the costs.

Larry Elder | June 10, 2004

Please take comfort in the kind words being said about the late, great former President Ronald Wilson Reagan.

Jonah Goldberg | June 10, 2004

While I still think it would be bad for America if Bush lost the election to Kerry - and terrible for Republicans - it's less clear it would be bad for the conservative movement.

Suzanne Fields | June 10, 2004

She's alone now with her memories, but in our own mourning we take cheer with her in these intimate moments of the heart.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 10, 2004

Even Bill Clinton has expressed a desire to eulogize in the hallowed precincts of the National Cathedral, though his selfless offer has been declined.

Alan Reynolds | June 10, 2004

The relentlessly partisan New York Times could not resist using Ronald Reagan's death as a tawdry opportunity to denigrate his enduring, internationally emulated accomplishments in economic policy.

Ross Mackenzie | June 10, 2004

If you weren't around in 1980, or you were insufficiently sensitized to key world realities, you cannot know how bad things really were - hence the extent to which the nation required, the world required, a catalytic change artist like Ronald Reagan.

Robert Novak | June 10, 2004

Under attack by Republicans for proposing deep cuts in the intelligence budget a decade ago, John Kerry is trying to justify them as efforts to slice away pork.

Chuck Colson | June 10, 2004

American news outlets report on Iraq with nothing but gloom and doom. But in spite of difficulties, there's plenty of good news from Iraq.

Bruce Bartlett | June 10, 2004

The prevailing theory of the origin of oil is the dead dinosaur hypothesis and dates back to the 18th century.

Larry Kudlow | June 10, 2004

Economists were vexed during the 1970s, as unemployment and inflation rose together to stifle economic growth and all forms of investment.

Marvin Olasky | June 10, 2004

This column is both a valentine to all the churches with simple, heart-felt worship that are scattered through America, and a reminder of the opportunity God offers Christians to give mercy our rapt attention.

Rich Lowry | June 10, 2004

The conspiracy theorists and Bush haters who won't be satisfied until high Bush administration officials have been implicated in the Abu Ghraib prison-abuse scandal should be asking:

Wed, Jun 09, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 09, 2004

The big divide in this country is not between Democrats and Republicans, or women and men, but between talkers and doers.

Michelle Malkin | June 09, 2004

The passing of President Reagan brought me back to Jan. 26, 1982. That was the date the 'Great Communicator' first inspired me. I was 11 years old.

Walter E. Williams | June 09, 2004

Bill Cosby's May 17 remarks at a Washington, D.C., gathering commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Brown vs. Board of Education Supreme Court decision continues to draw controversy and debate.

Brent Bozell | June 09, 2004

The greatest president of the 20th century has passed away. Everyone is assessing and re-assessing the giant legacy of this man, as well as the winning personality that helped create it.

Jonah Goldberg | June 09, 2004

By the time this column sees daylight, it's unlikely that there will be many original nice things left to say about Ronald Reagan.

Mike Adams | June 09, 2004

Recently, I reported on a murder that occurred during final exam week on the campus of UNC-Wilmington.

Tony Blankley | June 09, 2004

But now, the accolades come rolling in for Ronald Reagan from journalists and politicians who, when Reagan's battles were raging, were either bystanders or his opponents.

Cal Thomas | June 09, 2004

The past two weeks have brought to mind a lot of history -- from the dedication of the World War II Memorial on Memorial Day weekend in Washington to the 60th anniversary of D-Day observed on the beaches at Normandy.

Ben Shapiro | June 09, 2004

Clearly, I owed a debt to him: I never had to live under the threat of Soviet Russia.

Terry Jeffrey | June 09, 2004

Slashing through the verbal jungle of U.S. District Judge Phyllis Hamilton's opinion declaring the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act unconstitutional, I couldn't help but think of Strunk and White.

Linda Chavez | June 09, 2004

It's a time of mourning in America as the nation grieves the passing of one of its greatest presidents, Ronald Wilson Reagan.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 09, 2004

The stories shared by those who knew President Reagan have a common theme: They reveal a man of sterling character, uncompromising conviction, undying courage, immense kindness and unwavering faith in God.

Kathleen Parker | June 09, 2004

If one of the social graces is knowing when to leave, Ronald Reagan was a gentleman with providential timing.

Armstrong Williams | June 09, 2004

By now we've all heard Bill Cosby's remark that 'Lower economic (black) people are not holding up their end in this deal.'

Tue, Jun 08, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 08, 2004

There are many ways to judge a President or anyone else. One old-fashioned way is by results. A more popular way in recent years has been by how well someone fits the preconceptions of the intelligentsia or the media.

Star Parker | June 08, 2004

Bill Cosby conducted his own shock and awe campaign recently at festivities celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of education school desegregation decision.

David Limbaugh | June 08, 2004

I think that of all the gifts Ronald Reagan gave to this nation the most precious was his unyielding faith in America, the American ideal and the American people.

Mona Charen | June 08, 2004

I had been working in the White House East Wing for several weeks before I ever saw Ronald Reagan in the flesh.

Dennis Prager | June 08, 2004

Given the relationship between changing the past and totalitarianism, there is reason to be amply frightened by the current decision of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to change the seal of Los Angeles County.

Pat Buchanan | June 08, 2004

A British statesman once said all political lives end in failure. As always, Ronald Reagan is the exception. We shall not see his like again.

Matt Towery | June 08, 2004

Countless people knew Reagan far better than I did, so I won't recount the few times I briefly met or spoke with him.

Maggie Gallagher | June 08, 2004

How to put it into words -- what Ronald Reagan meant to me, to my generation and to America?

Joel Mowbray | June 08, 2004

The State Department and the CIA seem to have grabbed the wheel at the New York Times, with successive front-page stories last week on Wednesday and Thursday.

Chuck Colson | June 08, 2004

His mind was gone, tragically, and the once vigorous, athletic constitution had faded. But Ronald Reagan will continue to be one of the giants of American history.

William F. Buckley | June 08, 2004

Q: You knew Ronald Reagan well, right? Even back when he was still a Democrat?

John McCaslin | June 08, 2004

With my 6-year-old daughter, Kerry, in tow, I found Ronald Reagan happy, healthy (or so I wrote) and ever charming during our 1994 visit to his 34th-floor suite in Century City, California.

Mon, Jun 07, 2004

Michael Barone | June 07, 2004

As the interim Iraqi government takes office, it is worth looking back, with the help of two recently published books, at the arguments on whether the United States should have taken military action to remove Saddam Hussein.

Cal Thomas | June 07, 2004

He was hated for precisely the same reasons he was loved. He had convictions and made those without them look weak.

Oliver North | June 07, 2004

Ronald Reagan was easily the greatest president of my lifetime

Suzanne Fields | June 07, 2004

The glory of America is that there are many Americas, red and blue, North and South, conservative and liberal, secular and religious, and the strength of our great experiment is that we've found a pot big enough to melt it all down.

Debra J. Saunders | June 07, 2004

Forget the hype, threats and rumors about a deal brewing in Sacramento, California's capital. The state is not going to enact a bill to allow illegal immigrants to apply for driver's licenses this year or any time soon.

Diana West | June 07, 2004

I was nearly finished writing a column on a different topic when news of President Bush's address at the Air Force Academy graduation ceremony flashed on the Drudge Report Web site.

Phyllis Schlafly | June 07, 2004

Unable to develop a coherent political ideology to oppose President George W. Bush, the anti-Bush cabal has turned to humor and Hollywood.

Frank Gaffney | June 07, 2004

Three simple words comprise the motto of the Nation?s newest and most powerful aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan: 'Peace through Strength.'

Rich Tucker | June 07, 2004

There?s panic at TV networks across the country. Or at least, there should be.

George Will | June 07, 2004

John Kerry recently stopped in Las Vegas to say: 'Rest assured, Nevada. If I'm president, Yucca Mountain will not be a depository.'

Rich Lowry | June 07, 2004

He's alienating Europe! He is too bellicose! He speaks in undiplomatic language! He is motivated by an unrealistic vision of international change!

Robert Novak | June 07, 2004

McCain has become every Democrat's favorite Republican, and Stabenow did not enjoy colliding with him.

Jack Kemp | June 07, 2004

Even the Reagan Revolution in tax and economic policy, with which I was so closely involved, seems thoroughly covered at this point, although it still remains a mystery to the left.

Bruce Bartlett | June 07, 2004

When he took office in January 1981, the U.S. economy was suffering from many ills, including slow growth, high inflation, rising unemployment and unprecedented interest rates.

John Leo | June 07, 2004

A Zogby poll last week showed Kerry getting low support among America?s 51 million Catholics on issues where he opposes the church?s position.

Armstrong Williams | June 07, 2004

I first met Ronald Reagan when he was campaigning for president in 1980.

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.