Sun, Jun 27, 2004

Oliver North | June 27, 2004

In my 22 years as an officer of Marines -- from Annapolis to The Basic School to the Naval War College -- similar advice was drilled into us: to know your enemy.

Debra J. Saunders | June 27, 2004

As front pages report every bit of bad news on the Iraqi war front in bold type, newspapers are giving precious little ink to what could be the biggest kickback scheme in world history.

Paul Jacob | June 27, 2004

I had expected a nasty backlash. I've read quite enough Canadian blogs and letters-to-editors, and am familiar with the venom that some Canadians unleash upon critics of their system.

Larry Kudlow | June 27, 2004

Bush is doing much better in one group's opinion: the investor class. Look at the markets in Bush re-election futures:

Sat, Jun 26, 2004

Doug Giles | June 26, 2004

The Left's dedication to telling the truth makes Baghdad Bob look like John the Baptist.

Robert Novak | June 26, 2004

Sen. Richard Lugar, Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman and the Republican most trusted in Europe, went to the NATO meeting in Istanbul this weekend to scold alliance members for being too stingy with troops.

Kathleen Parker | June 26, 2004

As the U.S. Senate prepares to vote in a couple of weeks on whether to consider a constitutional ban on gay marriage, Americans are curiously quiet even though a majority oppose gay marriage.

Fri, Jun 25, 2004

Brent Bozell | June 25, 2004

Forty-five seems like a little old for an adult to decide to grow up, but it's better than never.

Mike Adams | June 25, 2004

During a recent deposition, a lawyer for one of the plaintiffs asked CU President Elizabeth Hoffman about an allegation that the team?s former kicker (a woman) was called a ?c**t? by one of her teammates.

Jonah Goldberg | June 25, 2004

As I write this, it is doubtful whether "Clinton week" will turn into Clinton month, and it is clear that it won't turn into the much vaunted "Clinton summer" Washington was buzzing about.

David Limbaugh | June 25, 2004

Partisan media stalwart Helen Thomas is just the latest in a long line of commentators to argue that religion and politics don't mix. Like the others, she is woefully misguided.

Neal Boortz | June 25, 2004

The Republicans had themselves a bit of sport messin? around with John Kerry's head and schedule this week. The abuse was well earned.

Rich Tucker | June 25, 2004

History will certainly record the moment. A group of upper-class white men, having sequestered themselves for days, emerged to declare they'd hammered out a constitution that would eventually create a more perfect union.

Jacob Sullum | June 25, 2004

A few months ago, China Daily published a letter on its Web site from 'D.H.,' a reader who reported being both 'extremely frustrated' and 'pleasantly surprised' while surfing the Web in China.

Charles Krauthammer | June 25, 2004

Clinton's autobiography, appearing as it does in such close conjunction to the national remembrance of Reagan, invites the inevitable comparison.

Joel Mowbray | June 25, 2004

Common sense would dictate that the President of the United States would have the ability to shape his entire administration, including his foreign policy team.

Thu, Jun 24, 2004

Ann Coulter | June 24, 2004

According to the front page of the New York Times ? so it must be true! ? the release of Bill Clinton's latest round of lies, 'My Life,' has 'many of his old antagonists ... gearing up again.'

Thomas Sowell | June 24, 2004

Although Ronald Reagan was the only actor to become President, he was one of the few politicians who was not acting.

Larry Elder | June 24, 2004

At the 1984 annual convention of the National Religious Broadcasters, Reagan not only spoke about religion, but about Jesus Christ.

Mike Adams | June 24, 2004

Last semester, one of my students told me that he was down on America. In fact, he said that he was ashamed to be an American.

Suzanne Fields | June 24, 2004

It's the juice, stupid. That is the admonition that Bill Clinton should have got from his editors at Alfred A. Knopf.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 24, 2004

Lying about all this again is, to my mind, a bit weird, as is continuing to lie about women after promising the whole truth.

John McCaslin | June 24, 2004

We first became familiar with health industries mogul Terry Lierman five years ago when he forked over a generous $25,000 open-ended loan to Rep. James P. Moran, Virginia Democrat.

Chuck Colson | June 24, 2004

Where is the evidence that the breakdown of the traditional family structure causes problems? You'll find it inside cells in prisons all over the country.

Ross Mackenzie | June 24, 2004

Only with Reagan safely out of earshot are some of his most ideologized detractors basking in his success.

Marvin Olasky | June 24, 2004

Those in despair may push further, or -- if a Francis Schaeffer is there to guide them -- they may find true grounds for hope.

Alan Reynolds | June 24, 2004

Blaming cyclical swings in energy prices on SUVs may be politically correct, but it's really quite absurd.

Larry Kudlow | June 24, 2004

There's no foolproof way to forecast inflation -- a big buzzword these days. The Milton Friedman definition of too much money chasing too few goods is always a good place to start.

Robert Novak | June 24, 2004

George W. Bush's managers could hardly contain their delight over Bill Clinton's return the past week.

Wed, Jun 23, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 23, 2004

The summer is a good time to let young people know that what they have been told in class is not the only side of the story or the only way to look at the world.

Michelle Malkin | June 23, 2004

Once upon a time, there were people in Hollywood who loved America.

Walter E. Williams | June 23, 2004

The Muslim world is at war with Western civilization. We have the military might to thwart them.

Brent Bozell | June 23, 2004

So Bill Clinton has written a 957-page book about his life. It appears to be the literary equivalent of the movie 'Airplane!'

Mike Adams | June 23, 2004

After reading this editorial, you may no longer feel inclined to dig deep into your pockets to help your local university or your alma mater.

Jonah Goldberg | June 23, 2004

'Were We Wrong?' That's the question the June 28 issue of The New Republic dedicates itself to.

Tony Blankley | June 23, 2004

It is surprising that Bill Clinton, the most tactically adroit American politician of recent times, permitted his memoir to be published just a week after Ronald Reagan's death and state funeral.

Cal Thomas | June 23, 2004

Following the Pew Research Center's latest survey, which shows the public's continued distrust of the American media, one might think the press giants would be more careful about their public associations and agendas. One would be wrong.

Terry Jeffrey | June 23, 2004

A General Accounting Office (GAO) report released this month reveals that bureaucrats in the Veterans Health Administration have been using cards issued by Citibank to charge movie and baseball tickets, children's clothing, country club outings, expensive meals and even cases of beer to the taxpayers.

Ben Shapiro | June 23, 2004

Are you a boy or a girl? Ask any 3-year-old that question, and get a straight answer.

Linda Chavez | June 23, 2004

School's out, but the nation's teacher unions will be working overtime this summer to help elect John Kerry president.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 23, 2004

Days earlier, I had met seven extraordinary Iraqis ? simple shopkeepers who now share far more than their mercantile experiences.

Joel Mowbray | June 23, 2004

Given that Saudi Arabia is home to the two holiest cities in Islam, Mecca and Medina, it is understood that any government must have religious sanction to justify its existence.

Kathleen Parker | June 23, 2004

It's hard to watch a loved one grow sick and die, as print journalists know too well. Newspapers have been on a slide for years and remedy seems remote.

Chuck Colson | June 23, 2004

It's amazing that so many Christians seem ready to give up in the culture wars.

Tue, Jun 22, 2004

Mike Adams | June 22, 2004

Well, once again it seems that I have offended campus gay activists with my most recent article, ?Dispelling myths about gay activism.?

Star Parker | June 22, 2004

Professor Samuel Huntington of Harvard thinks so. I agree with Huntington that we have a problem. But we disagree about what it is.

David Limbaugh | June 22, 2004

One of the most reprehensible things about the past year's campaign against President Bush is that his accusers have repeatedly lied in calling him a liar -- and they've marshaled nonexistent evidence to support their fraudulent claims.

Cal Thomas | June 22, 2004

The commission looking into the causes of the 9/11 terror attacks on the United States did not conclude that claims by the Bush administration of ties between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda were pure myth, as many newspaper headlines and broadcast reports asserted.

Dennis Prager | June 22, 2004

There are many ways to philosophically divide Americans. Liberal-conservative and religious-secular are two obvious ways.

Debra J. Saunders | June 22, 2004

Clinton's genius has been in getting the public to root for him even when everyone knew he probably was lying. So why stop now?

Maggie Gallagher | June 22, 2004

These days, politicians of all stripes do not so much adopt issues as strike poses.

Joel Mowbray | June 22, 2004

Last Thursday?s New York Times headline told us that the 9/11 Commission found 'no Qaeda-Iraq tie.' The Washington Post insisted that the 'Al Qaeda-Hussein link is dismissed.'

Bruce Bartlett | June 22, 2004

The dominant media is finally starting to realize that it has an economic problem from having a perceived liberal bias, even though it steadfastly denies any such bias.

John McCaslin | June 22, 2004

The International Spy Museum in Washington, the only museum in the country dedicated to espionage, will enforce a minimum age of 18 for its July 14 seminar on one of the oldest tricks of the trade: sexpionage.

William F. Buckley | June 22, 2004

The virulence of the anti-Bush movement feeds on itself, and of course is fed by bad news.

Larry Kudlow | June 22, 2004

There's a lot of angst these days over the threat of rising inflation. Sensitive market prices are saying don't worry about it, but economists are worrying nonetheless.

Armstrong Williams | June 22, 2004

Some people have it. That special intangible that draws-no pulls-your eyes. They emote empathy, maybe even calm spiritualism.

Mon, Jun 21, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 21, 2004

Whenever there is a budget deficit, politicians automatically want taxes raised.

Michael Barone | June 21, 2004

Sixty-three years ago, on June 22, 1941, 3 million German soldiers and half a million from other Nazi-dominated countries went over the lines and attacked the Soviet Union.

Mike Adams | June 21, 2004

Recently, I started recommending my old alma mater to readers asking me where they could get a good education without constant exposure to political indoctrination.

Suzanne Fields | June 21, 2004

It's a lot easier to talk about sex and money at a Washington dinner party than about religion and spiritual matters.

Diana West | June 21, 2004

Why have the media continued to report, obsess and revel in the same old humiliation photos from U.S.-controlled Abu Ghraib even as they ignore never-before-aired videotape that documents the hacking, maiming and bloody torture that took place at Abu Ghraib under Saddam Hussein?

Phyllis Schlafly | June 21, 2004

Los Angeles County Supervisors decided to turn tail and run rather than fight a lawsuit threatened by the American Civil Liberties Union.

Rich Lowry | June 21, 2004

It is imperative for his legacy that he portray his impeachment as illegitimate, as the work of hateful fanatics.

Joel Mowbray | June 21, 2004

The OECD would like nothing more than for the U.S. to end its status as the world?s largest 'tax haven.'

Jack Kemp | June 21, 2004

My friends tell me I sound like a broken record pleading for a 21st-century Marshall Plan for Arab and Muslim countries in the Middle East and Central Asia.

John Leo | June 21, 2004

The Supreme Court?s evasive nonruling on whether the phrase ?under God? belongs in the Pledge of Allegiance is not playing well across the country.

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?'