Sun, Jun 20, 2004

Paul Jacob | June 20, 2004

There are four career politicians in California whose schemes are coming to an end. They wanted to get term limits, but term limits got them. They wanted to ride forever on the gravy train, but the ride is over.

George Will | June 20, 2004

Neither the elegant semicolon nor the dashing dash is of use to people whose preferred literary style is ``CU B4 8?'

Sat, Jun 19, 2004

Doug Giles | June 19, 2004

As I see it, much of the clergy, the church, Christian music and Christian literature have become pathetically soft and have lost their holy punch

Robert Novak | June 19, 2004

To counter runaway spending in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, the conservative Republican Study Committee is considering a proposal to station a watchdog congressman on the House floor to curb expedited approval of money bills.

Kathleen Parker | June 19, 2004

It's probably just a rumor that Sen. John F. Kerry placed a late-night call Monday to John Berendt for the phone number of that nice voodoo lady down in Savannah.

Fri, Jun 18, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 18, 2004

With all the noise being made -- from traffic noise to Al Gore's ranting -- you might never suspect that there was a National Day of Silence.

Brent Bozell | June 18, 2004

They once called women the "fairer sex," the civilizers of men, the paragons of reticence and manners. Then along came feminism.

Mike Adams | June 18, 2004

When Mr. Wright came to our class, he taught us about taxes by using Oreo cookies.

Jonah Goldberg | June 18, 2004

Madonna tells ABC News' '20/20' she may be through with propelling her celebrity with sex.

David Limbaugh | June 18, 2004

Do you remember when the media made a decision to stop airing the videos of the jumbo jetliners crashing into the Twin Towers allegedly because repeated viewings could desensitize us to the horror that occurred on September 11, 2001?

Neal Boortz | June 18, 2004

Libertarians! You blew it. You had the chance to make an impression on the media and the American people, and you blew it.

Oliver North | June 18, 2004

Americans are an impatient lot. We require movies on demand, fast food from drive thru windows, express oil changes, rapid air travel and high speed Internet service.

Rich Tucker | June 18, 2004

A national political campaign allows a country to focus its attention on critical matters, make decisions about the future and express what?s important.

Jacob Sullum | June 18, 2004

It turns out there's nothing wrong with Mei Chun's head.

Bruce Bartlett | June 18, 2004

On Wednesday, Rep. Jack Kingston, R-Ga., proposed abolishing the Joint Economic Committee of Congress in order to save $3.9 million.

Charles Krauthammer | June 18, 2004

While no one was looking, something historic has happened in the Middle East. The Palestinian intifada is over, and the Palestinians have lost.

Thu, Jun 17, 2004

Ann Coulter | June 17, 2004

Even in his death liberals are still trying to turn our champion into a moderate Republican ? unlike the religious-right nut currently occupying the White House!

Larry Elder | June 17, 2004

The Reagan-hated-blacks routine resurfaced during the week of his memorial services and tributes.

Suzanne Fields | June 17, 2004

Too bad, the new version is a dull-witted, ditzy, dated and campy version of the 1975 flick about men who set out to get total control over their mates.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 17, 2004

If the French and the Germans have any sense of honor, they will lend a hand in rebuilding Iraq.

Alan Reynolds | June 17, 2004

The strangest thing happened soon after George Tenet resigned as CIA director.

Joel Mowbray | June 17, 2004

Europe?s Welfare states bully poor countries to raise taxes?and the U.S. taxpayer helps foot the bill

Marvin Olasky | June 17, 2004

Remembering the ABCs gives us our best opportunity, within God's providence, of avoiding the big red F of failure.

Larry Kudlow | June 17, 2004

A year after the Bush tax cuts, the U.S. economy stands on the front end of an economic boom.

Ross Mackenzie | June 17, 2004

A potpourri of quotations about topics in the news - some related and some un-....

John McCaslin | June 17, 2004

Our current president felt the unmistakable "tap" on his shoulder to join the society in 1967, one of 15 Yale juniors chosen annually.

Robert Novak | June 17, 2004

In kidnapping Reagan last week, Democrats obscured how tough and how conservative he was.

Rich Lowry | June 17, 2004

A year into the occupations of Japan and Germany, supporters of World War II should have been having second thoughts.

Wed, Jun 16, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 16, 2004

This must be the golden age of symbolism. In war-torn Iraq, its political leaders are demanding that foreign workers who are trying to rebuild that country must be subject to the Iraqi legal system.

Michelle Malkin | June 16, 2004

Do you know how the alleged 'shopping-mall' bomber entered our country? He didn't cross the border illegally. He didn't sneak in on a ship. He came through the front door at America's invitation.

Walter E. Williams | June 16, 2004

There are numerous instances where people are charged different prices based upon some physical or behavioral characteristic.

Brent Bozell | June 16, 2004

Never mind that funerals aren't usually the time for nasty political debates. Never mind that balance is what the media lacked through the Reagan years. The new "balance" didn't even have to be true -- just anti-Reagan.

Jonah Goldberg | June 16, 2004

The relevant reason we sign treaties like the Geneva Convention is so that other signatory nations do unto us as we would do unto them.

Tony Blankley | June 16, 2004

The next half year in Iraq will determine whether we have gained a strategic advantage or failure in the war on terror.

Cal Thomas | June 16, 2004

When President Bush visits Ireland June 25-26, he will be confronted by a gaggle of leftist loonies coalescing under the banner, 'When Bush Comes to Shove.' They're against the war in Iraq, you see.

Terry Jeffrey | June 16, 2004

The justices reversed the anti-Pledge ruling of a lower court on technical grounds, leaving for another day the underlying issue.

Ben Shapiro | June 16, 2004

American Jewish leftism cannot be overlooked or excused. And in a world teetering on the brink of disaster, blind loyalty to a false cause can no longer be afforded.

Linda Chavez | June 16, 2004

Bill Clinton's memoir will hit bookstores later this month, but one story you're not likely to read in its pages involves Clinton's friendship with Arthur A. Coia.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 16, 2004

Why are so many of us ? regardless of our politics or place in life ? feeling his loss so deeply?

Maggie Gallagher | June 16, 2004

This Father's Day, some 24 million American children will sleep in fatherless homes.

Bruce Bartlett | June 16, 2004

The death of Ronald Reagan wasn't just an occasion for his admirers to reminisce about his life and accomplishments. It was also an occasion for his detractors to try to tear him down.

Rich Lowry | June 16, 2004

Abortion absolutists can offer no good answer, which is why even as they win the debate in the courts they act very embarrassed while doing it.

Chuck Colson | June 16, 2004

It's important to remember the legacy of great men and women of the past accurately. Embryonic stem-cell research requires creating a human embryo and killing it. President Bush recognizes that this raises profound moral objections. Embryonic research advocates forget that President Reagan strongly agreed.

Kathleen Parker | June 16, 2004

If you were Rip Van Winkle and woke up after a long sleep - say a couple of decades or so - and flipped on the television, you might think you'd been out for an afternoon nap.

Tue, Jun 15, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 15, 2004

Yosemite National Park is one of the beauties of nature that has brought me back every year for more than 20 consecutive years.

Star Parker | June 15, 2004

Storm troopers of the American Civil Liberties Union have chalked up their latest victory in their ongoing campaign to stamp out any hint of religion in American public life.

David Limbaugh | June 15, 2004

It's time to flush John Kerry out on the issues and expose his liberalism for all to see. Then we'll find out how evenly divided this country really is.

Dennis Prager | June 15, 2004

Admirers and opponents alike agree on at least one thing concerning the late President Ronald Reagan -- he was a happy man.

Debra J. Saunders | June 15, 2004

You head west until there is no land, only the setting sun. A soft breeze blows over what were empty hills when Ronald Reagan came here in the 1930s.

Matt Towery | June 15, 2004

There is a reason why very few writers will tackle the issue of which TV broadcast news organization is viewed most favorably the public.

Bill Bennett | June 15, 2004

It would be difficult to overestimate the contribution of Ronald Reagan to the United States, and especially to the American conservative moment.

Armstrong Williams | June 15, 2004

Our parents are our early models of God. Their unconditional love teaches a child about the world around him, about emotional needs, about basic values and norms. From such interactions, a child's personality is formed.

Mon, Jun 14, 2004

Michael Barone | June 14, 2004

The atmosphere was cheerful, almost festive, among those arriving early for Ronald Reagan's memorial service at the National Cathedral, just as it was on the lines of those waiting to view his flag-draped casket at the Reagan Library and the Capitol.

Mike Adams | June 14, 2004

Despite these views, I have decided to make a formal public apology to the entire Arab world in the aftermath of Abu Ghraib.

Cal Thomas | June 14, 2004

People of both political parties and many persuasions have been talking for decades about education reform.

Suzanne Fields | June 14, 2004

We've had two weeks of nostalgia and patriotism, celebrating the World War II generation and mourning the death of Ronald Reagan (as well, I suspect, as mourning the passage of the youth of a considerable number of us).

Diana West | June 14, 2004

Totalitarian Islam, however, is totalitarianism with a difference. Unlike both Nazism and communism, it is not godless.

Phyllis Schlafly | June 14, 2004

When Ronald Wilson Reagan became the 40th president of the United States in 1980, conventional wisdom assumed that the Soviet Union's position as a fearsome superpower was permanent.

Jack Kemp | June 14, 2004

It looks like Congress won't pass a budget this year. 'So what?' you say, and rightfully so.

Bruce Bartlett | June 14, 2004

One of the amusing things about the liberal media is their compulsion to always present an alternative perspective to conservative successes, even when it looks ridiculous doing so.

John Leo | June 14, 2004

I gave an informal talk the other night and got a very odd reaction.

Robert Novak | June 14, 2004

During the pause in prematurely frenetic election campaigning forced by mourning for Ronald Reagan, senior policy advisers to George W. Bush pondered two serious questions:

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.