Sun, Aug 01, 2004

Mike Adams | August 01, 2004

We just think back to the promises we kept; the promise never to grow old and the promise never to stop laughing. And, above all, never to let old friendships die.

Debra J. Saunders | August 01, 2004

t the Democratic National Convention, the gulf between rhetoric and reality is breathtaking.

Paul Jacob | August 01, 2004

I'd like to think that my morality is strong enough that, were I to be made a prison guard, I would resist the brutality that prison guards in America and Abu Ghraib and elsewhere too readily practice, with gusto.

George Will | August 01, 2004

The Democrats in Boston did much to justify two much-disparaged things -- party conventions and platforms.

Sat, Jul 31, 2004

Thomas Sowell | July 31, 2004

We all know that Senator John Kerry was in the Vietnam war. He repeatedly reminds us of it at every opportunity.

Doug Giles | July 31, 2004

Here are the final four reasons why I believe pastors and priests shy away from politics.

Brent Bozell | July 31, 2004

Until recently, Whoopi Goldberg could be seen in Slim-Fast diet ads with the slogan "I'm a Big Loser," holding her now-too-big pants out a few inches.

Robert Novak | July 31, 2004

It was still a matter of dispute behind the scenes in Democratic circles whether Heinz Kerry's edgy style makes her an asset or a liability.

Kathleen Parker | July 31, 2004

All week I've been whistling the tune from "The Sound of Music," mentally substituting the name Teresa for Maria.

Fri, Jul 30, 2004

Thomas Sowell | July 30, 2004

Much of what is being said and done at the Democratic convention in Boston is so 1960s.

Mike Adams | July 30, 2004

A buddy of mine named John has been trying to do a study on animal rights organizations.

Jonah Goldberg | July 30, 2004

Admittedly, it would be unfair to expect our political conventions to be showcases of candor and genuineness.

David Limbaugh | July 30, 2004

The Democratic National Convention might be one of the slickest orchestrated shams since President Clinton's Senate impeachment 'trial.'

Mona Charen | July 30, 2004

The answer is that the Democratic Party secures its base these days through a series of fables. The most potent of these is the Florida fable.

Neal Boortz | July 30, 2004

In Boston this week the delegates chose a candidate who is presenting a public image largely at odds with their own feelings on the major issues.

Oliver North | July 30, 2004

The bombing in Baghdad was aimed at a group of people who were waiting outside a police station -- new potential recruits for the Iraqi Police Force.

Ed Feulner | July 30, 2004

They believe that if they just had more money, their problems would vanish. But it seldom works out.

Rich Tucker | July 30, 2004

We the voters must keep the pressure on. Congress should take action, or else explain why it isn?t acting.

Jacob Sullum | July 30, 2004

How is it that the real guests don't realize the fake guests are fake?

Larry Kudlow | July 30, 2004

Bush and Kerry are in a virtual dead heat according to the Iowa Electronic Market -- a winner-take-all futures market with a great track record of picking the victors in November.

Bruce Bartlett | July 30, 2004

A key element of the John Kerry-John Edwards campaign is an us-versus-them theme, where ?us? are the poor and middle class and ?them? are the greedy rich.

Thu, Jul 29, 2004

Ann Coulter | July 29, 2004

The traditional greeting at the Democratic National Convention is, 'Where do you teach?'

Larry Elder | July 29, 2004

Need another example of media bias?

Suzanne Fields | July 29, 2004

The presidential campaign is at last truly, officially under way, so this must be family hour.

Marvin Olasky | July 29, 2004

The red meat speeches of Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy probably played well with many blue state voters, but so what?

Robert Novak | July 29, 2004

In fact, this unity is an illusion, reflecting the transformation of national political conventions to infomercials.

John McCaslin | July 29, 2004

Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean can't comment on all the convention fussing and fighting surrounding left-wing filmmaker Michael Moore's anti-President Bush film 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'

George Will | July 29, 2004

Would Democrats loathe Bush much less if 9/11 and hence the Iraq War had never happened?

Ross Mackenzie | July 29, 2004

Ever since he rose to the top of the pile of Democratic contenders for his party's presidential nomination, John Kerry has sought to "introduce" himself to the American electorate.

Wed, Jul 28, 2004

Michelle Malkin | July 28, 2004

The theme of the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night is "A Stronger More Secure America," which will be capped off by a rousing speech from a renowned law-and-order Democrat: Al Sharpton. No joke.

Walter E. Williams | July 28, 2004

What is socialism? We miss the boat if we say it's the agenda of left-wingers and Democrats.

Brent Bozell | July 28, 2004

When Democrats gather, as they have in Boston, these same reporters sound exactly like a tightly scripted infomercial for the political Left.

Jonah Goldberg | July 28, 2004

After the first night of speeches here at the Democratic Convention, it's pretty clear the Democrats are borrowing from Homer's playbook.

Tony Blankley | July 28, 2004

Their great intellectual battle of the 2000s -- whether they should stay in the Clinton center or go back to their liberal convictions -- has been temporarily subsumed by their common hate of Bush.

Debra J. Saunders | July 28, 2004

After watching the Democrats claim the center, the non-partisan, inclusive center, I've come to believe: This isn't about patriotism -- it's about acting.

Terry Jeffrey | July 28, 2004

In his speech to the Democratic National Convention, former President Bill Clinton postured as the unhappiest millionaire.

Ben Shapiro | July 28, 2004

Desperate to break President George W. Bush and the resurgence of American conservatism, the mainstream media has taken to obscuring truths, burying facts and overplaying accusations.

Linda Chavez | July 28, 2004

Big Labor's ties to the Democratic Party aren't exactly helping working men and women.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 28, 2004

'Just do it.' Why wait?" 'Obey your thirst.' "No boundaries.' 'Got the urge?' In other words, be selfish, instantly gratify yourself, regardless of the consequences. And remember, 'He who dies with the most toys wins.'

Kathleen Parker | July 28, 2004

Between protesters, barricades, riot police and bomb-sniffing dogs, sections of the city feel like old East Berlin - without the charm.

Larry Kudlow | July 28, 2004

According to the speakers at the Democratic National Convention -- including former Presidents Clinton and Carter, and former Veep Al Gore -- the jobs picture is terrible and confidence is low.

Joel Mowbray | July 28, 2004

State Dept gets a free pass for giving Saudi terrorists the red carpet into the United States

Chuck Colson | July 28, 2004

Do men still want to get married? Or has a culture of casual sex and cohabitation made men lose all interest in marriage?

Tue, Jul 27, 2004

Thomas Sowell | July 27, 2004

Whatever the specific merits or demerits of the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission, re-organizing the whole intelligence operations of the United States in a few months before an election seems like quite a rush to judgment.

Michael Barone | July 27, 2004

There are plenty of things happening here in Boston on the first day of the 44th Democratic National Convention.

Mike Adams | July 27, 2004

'They have finally arrived! Planned Parenthood is proud to offer yet another t-shirt in our new social fashion line: 'I Had an Abortion' fitted T-shirts are now available.'

Star Parker | July 27, 2004

John Kerry and the Democratic leadership flip-flopped into the correct decision by changing their minds and giving Hillary Rodham Clinton a prime-time speaking spot at the Democratic convention.

David Limbaugh | July 27, 2004

It will be interesting to see how much liberal red meat -- excuse the oxymoron -- John Kerry has the guts to throw at his Michael Moore-esque base at the Democratic National Convention this week.

Cal Thomas | July 27, 2004

Behind the party's smiling masks, though, is the traditional Democratic cynicism that says people can't do much for themselves without the help of government.

Dennis Prager | July 27, 2004

For the many readers who have requested a brief synopsis of the moral arguments in the Arab-Israeli conflict, I offer the following list of numerical data.

Debra J. Saunders | July 27, 2004

As a bonus this year, the convention is in John Kerry's hometown -- my old hometown, too -- and everyone here has an opinion on the Long Face.

John McCaslin | July 27, 2004

Rest assured, U.S. troops are not preparing to invade Iran - although some congressional reporters covering Capitol Hill weren't so sure.

Jack Kemp | July 27, 2004

It's no secret that I hoped President Bush would go to the NAACP National Convention to engage in a dialogue and debate about what policies would most help African-American communities.

Larry Kudlow | July 27, 2004

That?s what Democratic politicians want you to believe right now: that the inmates may be on the convention floor, but they?ll never run the prison.

Rich Lowry | July 27, 2004

The union members here seem like liberals. The feminists seem like liberals. The black and Hispanic activists seem like liberals. But appearances can be deceiving, or so the Democrats hope to convince the public at their convention this week:

Bruce Bartlett | July 27, 2004

For decades, that paper had carefully and consistently editorialized against the minimum wage. But five years ago...

Armstrong Williams | July 27, 2004

So, how has the Democratic Party responded to the Iraq question? The answer is clear: It hasn't.

Mon, Jul 26, 2004

Ann Coulter | July 26, 2004

Here at the Spawn of Satan convention in Boston, conservatives are deploying a series of covert signals to identify one another, much like gay men do. My allies are the ones wearing crosses or American flags.

Michael Barone | July 26, 2004

Since 1960, when Kennedy was elected president, Massachusetts has been disproportionately important in Democratic Party affairs and a leading force in the party's left wing.

Mike Adams | July 26, 2004

The Second Amendment Sisters simply advocate a woman?s 'right to choose' to own and carry firearms. But Dick Codey thinks the government should make that choice for them.

Cal Thomas | July 26, 2004

In its well-written report, the 9/11 commission noted that it had become 'conventional wisdom' prior to 9/11 that terrorism was not as big a threat to Americans as it would soon prove to be.

Suzanne Fields | July 26, 2004

Now the convention is only a playground for delegates, candidates, reporters, pundits and assorted hangers-on, class reunions to enjoy trading stories.

Diana West | July 26, 2004

A couple of weeks ago, after I mentioned John Kerry had chosen a foreign policy novice for a running mate, my e-mail basket filled up with responses:

Phyllis Schlafly | July 26, 2004

To no one's surprise, delegates to the annual National Education Association convention voted 7,390 to 1,153 to endorse U.S. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., for president.

John Leo | July 26, 2004

In political scandals, public attention is often focused on some trivial but damning detail. In the Sandy Berger case, it?s the socks.

Robert Novak | July 26, 2004

The goal of Kerry's managers is to keep the convention energized and enthusiastic while not projecting a message that is obnoxious to the great mass of Americans.

Joel Mowbray | July 26, 2004

No matter how well-intentioned a new leader might be, peace cannot come as long as Arafat is around.

Sun, Jul 25, 2004

Paul Jacob | July 25, 2004

If I didn't live in Virginia, I would find its state legislature much more amusing.

George Will | July 25, 2004

This year, both candidates are thinking as Lincoln did when he reportedly said, 'I hope to have God on my side, but I must have Kentucky.'