Sun, Jul 04, 2004

Paul Jacob | July 04, 2004

What kind of government do we have? Upon leaving the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, in 1787, Benjamin Franklin was asked whether Americans had a monarchy or republic. 'A republic,' responded the grand old revolutionary, 'if you can keep it.'

Sat, Jul 03, 2004

Doug Giles | July 03, 2004

I hate to ruin your light summer beach reading, but America and much of the world are still in deep yogurt when it comes to the war on terror.

Kathleen Parker | July 03, 2004

Ever since the same-sex marriage debate began, I've wondered: Where are the fathers?

Robert Novak | July 03, 2004

Democratic Party insiders who three weeks ago saw Sen. John Kerry as a sure presidential election winner now concede that President George W. Bush has made at least a temporary comeback.

Fri, Jul 02, 2004

Thomas Sowell | July 02, 2004

Ever wonder why some people hate America so?

Brent Bozell | July 02, 2004

George W. Bush has rarely, if ever, said a discouraging word about Hollywood, but Hollywood is unloading every gun and bomb bay on George W. Bush.

David Limbaugh | July 02, 2004

There is such a policy incoherence -- such a disconnect -- among the national brotherhood of Bush-haters that an objective observer might conclude that the throng could benefit from a little group therapy.

Oliver North | July 02, 2004

One of the most poignant moments to occur in the U.S.-led global War on Terror occurred when National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice passed a note to President George W. Bush during the recent NATO conference in Turkey.

Joel Mowbray | July 02, 2004

Six decades after its founding, the UN apparently decided that anti-Semitism was an issue worth addressing. The irony, though, was not lost on those painfully aware of the UN?s disturbing legacy.

Thu, Jul 01, 2004

Ann Coulter | July 01, 2004

The Democrats want Saddam back.

Thomas Sowell | July 01, 2004

When you have seen scenes of poverty and squalor in many Third World countries, either in person or in pictures, have you ever wondered why we in America have been spared such a fate?

Larry Elder | July 01, 2004

A majority of Americans, according to a recent poll, now call going into Iraq a mistake. Many Iraqis apparently failed to get the memo.

Mike Adams | July 01, 2004

Attempts to forcibly medicate Dr. Sell in order to make him fit to stand trial attracted the attention of the Supreme Court after lower courts found Sell to be nonviolent.

Suzanne Fields | July 01, 2004

The allure has vanished, but the adventure remains, but it's an adventure into long security lines, high-tech glitches compounded by inefficiency, incompetence and irresponsibility.

Maggie Gallagher | July 01, 2004

In his own surprise early announcement, William F. Buckley Jr. told us he is stepping down from control of the magazine he founded, National Review.

Ed Feulner | July 01, 2004

Honesty is often the first casualty of a political campaign, as the candidates take shots that they hope will dent the popularity of their rivals.

Rich Lowry | July 01, 2004

You have never heard of Brian Chontosh. That's a shame. Not for Brian Chontosh, who I suspect couldn't care less. But for you.

Larry Kudlow | July 01, 2004

World stock markets applauded the sooner-than-expected U.S. handover to Iraq. Energy prices fell significantly.

Charles Krauthammer | July 01, 2004

I am sure there is a special place in heaven reserved for those who have never used the F-word.

John McCaslin | July 01, 2004

The silence of radical feminists surrounding the women of Iraq is deafening, or so charges the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, its mission to mold women into effective leaders.

Chuck Colson | July 01, 2004

The guests were assembled in the church for the wedding -- a who's who of Massachusetts politics. But one person was conspicuously missing.

Robert Novak | July 01, 2004

On ABC's "This Week" program Sunday, host George Stephanopoulos picked up a chestnut that's been bouncing around Washington for three months and tossed it in National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice's lap.

Marvin Olasky | July 01, 2004

On July Fourth this year, we can do more than venerate the Declaration of Independence, we can learn from its embrace of coalition politics.

Ross Mackenzie | July 01, 2004

A garden variety of current quotations. . . .

Wed, Jun 30, 2004

Michelle Malkin | June 30, 2004

Have you checked your child's summer reading list? Beware: Some lame-brained school officials have decided to ditch the sonnets of Shakespeare for the tripe of Tupac.

Walter E. Williams | June 30, 2004

Did you learn that the United States is rich because we have bountiful natural resources? That has to be nonsense.

Brent Bozell | June 30, 2004

Bill Clinton now claims a "badge of honor" because independent counsel Kenneth Starr made an impeachment referral to the House of Representatives alleging he had lied under oath and obstructed justice.

Jonah Goldberg | June 30, 2004

For more than seven decades, the left has insisted that the more you disagree with them the more like a Nazi you are. Careers have been ruined because of this slander, public policy warped.

Mike Adams | June 30, 2004

Things were looking very bad for Dr. Charles Thomas Sell in 1998 when he went to federal prison on charges of conspiracy to commit murder.

Mona Charen | June 30, 2004

Theaters are filling up with fans of Michael Moore -- a propagandist who makes Oliver Stone look like Alistair Cooke.

Ben Shapiro | June 30, 2004

Apparently, they aren't so conservative, even though the liberal media continues to complain that the court shills for the Republican Party.

Terry Jeffrey | June 30, 2004

When you look at the slate of prime-time speakers the Republicans announced this week for their national convention in New York this August, it brings to mind Yogi Berra. It's deja vu all over again.

Linda Chavez | June 30, 2004

Talk about obscenity, this court's convoluted rulings on free speech come awfully close.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 30, 2004

Gov. Mitt Romney presides over the one state where such unions are legal ? and knows all too well that his state is currently Ground Zero in the great cultural debate of our time.

Kathleen Parker | June 30, 2004

We live in peculiar times when good news is bad news and bad news is good.

Tue, Jun 29, 2004

Thomas Sowell | June 29, 2004

One of the many jobs offered to me over the years, to my wife's astonishment, was a job as dean of a school of journalism.

Mike Adams | June 29, 2004

I try to take important cases that are getting local coverage and place them in the national spotlight.

Star Parker | June 29, 2004

President Bush seems to have his finger on the pulse for what needs to be done to empower the impoverished communities in our country.

David Limbaugh | June 29, 2004

Have you noticed the irony in the Left's hollow screams about the alleged dishonesty of conservatives -- when they have demonstrated again and again that they have little respect for truth?

Cal Thomas | June 29, 2004

It isn't often that I suffer from moral confusion, but the reaction to Vice President Dick Cheney's caustic remark to Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., has me perplexed.

Dennis Prager | June 29, 2004

The news media are now clamoring for Sen. John Kerry's divorce records. The Chicago Tribune, WLS-TV and Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Robert A. Schnider have brought us to a new low.

Debra J. Saunders | June 29, 2004

Difficult and bloody days are ahead, but this small victory provides a moment to pause and marvel at what U.S. troops, coalition troops and freedom-minded Iraqis were able to achieve.

Matt Towery | June 29, 2004

It is becoming crystal clear that George W. Bush and John Kerry are virtually guaranteed a down-to-the-wire battle for the White House.

Armstrong Williams | June 29, 2004

The National Education Association, the nation's largest professional employee organization, is fundamentally opposed to any education reform that seeks to hold public schools accountable for their failures.

John McCaslin | June 29, 2004

For the first time, James F. Pfister Jr., a U.S. Army prisoner of war in Vietnam from January 1968 to March 1973, tells us the rest of the story surrounding the recent burial in Bremond, Texas, of U.S. Marine Sgt. Dennis Hammond.

Joel Mowbray | June 29, 2004

To a ?small number? of civilian employees at the Pentagon, a New York Times story on June 3 came as quite a jolt.

Bruce Bartlett | June 29, 2004

I've always thought that the minimum wage was perfect liberal economics, in the sense that it perfectly encapsulates the liberal philosophy.

Mon, Jun 28, 2004

Michael Barone | June 28, 2004

Not a hard story to get right, but the Times and many other media outlets got it wrong.

Cal Thomas | June 28, 2004

Now that something called "sovereignty" has been handed to a provisional government in Iraq, the same question might be asked.

Suzanne Fields | June 28, 2004

Thanks to careful nips and tucks to eliminate the grosser obscenities and full-frontal nudity, the 94 episodes will qualify for a rating of TV-14, instead of X, from the TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board.

Diana West | June 28, 2004

This being National Bill Clinton Awareness Week, I have some questions for the former president.

Phyllis Schlafly | June 28, 2004

Nevada just witnessed the political equivalent of Shootout at the OK Corral. On one side was the full power of the Nevada government, and on the other was a grandmother armed only with a pen, petition and clipboard.

Frank Gaffney | June 28, 2004

The past few weeks have seen a number of momentous developments formalized by four highly publicized international events.

John Leo | June 28, 2004

I am more interested in the judge's remarks as an example of how Bush-equals-Hitler rhetoric is going mainstream.

Rich Lowry | June 28, 2004

Desperately trying to prove that economic conditions in a booming economy that has created nearly a million jobs in the past three months justify his dire Depression-era rhetoric, Kerry has crafted his own 'misery index.'

Jack Kemp | June 28, 2004

A struggle is under way for the soul of the Republican Party between a minority of protectionist xenophobes and those who are pro-trade and pro-immigration.

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: