Sun, Aug 29, 2004

Jonah Goldberg | August 29, 2004

What do fat people, and the Swift Boat Vets for Truth have in common? They are also the products of "iatrogenic government."

Suzanne Fields | August 29, 2004

Now we brace for the Republican National Convention and hot rhetoric to mark the beginning of a presidential campaign finally, really, truly getting officially underway.

Paul Jacob | August 29, 2004

As the summer ends, here's hoping you and your family were able to find the time and money to take a vacation and get away from it all.

Ross Mackenzie | August 29, 2004

On the 11th we awoke to the sort of sudden 42 degrees that drives one deeper under the covers and inspires a lassitude about even getting out of bed.

George Will | August 29, 2004

This year's pre-eminent question, beside which all others pale, is: Which candidate can best cope with the threat of nuclear terror?

Sat, Aug 28, 2004

Doug Giles | August 28, 2004

What?s happened to Mr. Perfect? Could he have, uhhh, been less than accurate concerning his valiant Vietnam days?

Robert Novak | August 28, 2004

Long delays during Wednesday's Republican platform proceedings, attributed to clerical difficulties, were caused by waiting to see whether the White House would accept any compromise on stem-cell research.

Fri, Aug 27, 2004

Brent Bozell | August 27, 2004

Hollywood may dazzle the world with its cinematic special effects, but New York thinks it is the nation's real capital of culture.

Mike Adams | August 27, 2004

You probably know her. She?s only in her forties, but she?s already on her fourth marriage.

David Limbaugh | August 27, 2004

Despite the partisan media's claims to the contrary, John Kerry has not successfully refuted 'almost all the Swiftees' charges.'

Mona Charen | August 27, 2004

In their new bestseller, ' Can America Survive?' Ben Stein and Phil DeMuth begin with a pointed contrast between the America of today and that of 1942.

Neal Boortz | August 27, 2004

Two weeks ago a man stood up at a George Bush campaign appearance in Florida to ask about a piece of legislation known as HR25.

Oliver North | August 27, 2004

Dear John, As usual, you have it wrong.

Jacob Sullum | August 27, 2004

Observers dismayed by the bitter partisanship of this presidential campaign should be happy now that George W. Bush and John Kerry finally agree on something: It turns out they both believe in using the government to silence their critics.

Larry Kudlow | August 27, 2004

Senator Hillary Clinton and House Speaker Dennis Hastert surely make strange political bedfellows.

Joel Mowbray | August 27, 2004

If al Qaeda wants to strike on U.S. soil before the elections, it still has available to it a gaping loophole it exploited pre-9/11: Saudis? easy access to U.S. visas.

Charles Krauthammer | August 27, 2004

If they lose to him again, Democrats will need more than just consolation. They'll need therapy.

Bruce Bartlett | August 27, 2004

This fact is even clearer when looking at the income needed to get into the top quintile, which is a mere $86,867.

Robert Novak | August 27, 2004

Schachte, who also was then a lieutenant junior grade, said he was in command of the small Boston whaler or skimmer, with Kerry aboard in his first combat mission in the Vietnam War.

Thu, Aug 26, 2004

Ann Coulter | August 26, 2004

There are several methods of evaluating the claims of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, 254 of whom have signed a letter saying John Kerry is not fit to be commander in chief.

Thomas Sowell | August 26, 2004

If you get a chance to see re-runs of that debate, it is well worth watching.

Larry Elder | August 26, 2004

From the beginning, the Kerry campaign said to voters: Vote for me because I volunteered to go to Vietnam, faced hostile fire and came back a decorated war hero.

Alan Reynolds | August 26, 2004

A widely circulated Associated Press story says, 'The wealthiest 20 percent of households in 1973 accounted for 44 percent of total U.S. income, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Their share jumped to 50 percent in 2002.'

Armstrong Williams | August 26, 2004

Grooming a new generation of black Republican leaders is perhaps the greatest task currently facing the Republican Party.

Marvin Olasky | August 26, 2004

With the Kerry campaign in full panic mode about the swift boat charges, maybe I can provide some perspective on the environment that has led to the current confusion.

Rich Lowry | August 26, 2004

It is supposed to be a devastating critique of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth that John McCain doesn't like their ads.

George Will | August 26, 2004

On Sept. 8 a spacecraft will insert into the atmosphere over Utah a glider that will spiral to Earth carrying a sealed canister containing gusts of solar wind captured over the past two years.

Robert Novak | August 26, 2004

At 5 p.m. Tuesday night, the 2004 Republican platform committee met for the first time at the Jacob Javits Center.

Wed, Aug 25, 2004

Thomas Sowell | August 25, 2004

It is John Kerry's own book, written in 1971, titled "The New Soldier." It is out of print and Senator Kerry will not let it be reprinted.

Michelle Malkin | August 25, 2004

Can we talk about a war other than Vietnam for a minute?

Walter E. Williams | August 25, 2004

President Bush's foreign-policy critics at home and abroad share characteristics and visions that have previously led to worldwide chaos and untold loss of lives.

Brent Bozell | August 25, 2004

It's late August, and someone in America decided it's time to scrutinize John Kerry's life story on television.

Mike Adams | August 25, 2004

This is the quality of discourse one can expect from a tenured professor at Rutgers University.

Jonah Goldberg | August 25, 2004

The Swift Boat Vets for Truth have started a tragic, stupid argument.

Tony Blankley | August 25, 2004

If big media returns to its duty to report even-handedly on this presidential campaign for the remaining two months, there may be no need to ship them off to show trials and re-education camps.

Cal Thomas | August 25, 2004

For months, the big media and Democratic politicians have hammered on President Bush and his service in the National Guard, suggesting it was less than honorable.

Pat Buchanan | August 25, 2004

Steve Gardner will not forget the night as long as he lives. It was mid-January 1969. He was manning the double .50 caliber machine-gun mount in Lt. John Kerry's swift boat.

Terry Jeffrey | August 25, 2004

In his autobiography, 'An American Life,' Ronald Reagan writes about how he confronted Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev with the challenge that would win the Cold War.

Ben Shapiro | August 25, 2004

In Jewish thought, there is a concept called 'midah k'neged midah' -- literally, 'measure for measure.'

Linda Chavez | August 25, 2004

Boy, what a difference a few months and a half million dollars make. The Swiftvets are now all the rage.

Rebecca Hagelin | August 25, 2004

You can't work here at the Heritage Foundation for long without becoming extremely impressed with Edwin Meese III.

Tue, Aug 24, 2004

Thomas Sowell | August 24, 2004

Senator John Kerry's running mate, Senator John Edwards, has said melodramatically: 'Ask the men who served with him in Vietnam!'

Star Parker | August 24, 2004

An important story of the week past about public schooling reveals a lot about the ongoing dismal state of affairs regarding how we think about education in our country.

Mike Adams | August 24, 2004

It was really hard to believe at first, until Sanders directed me to the following website that North Carolina taxpayers are supporting through UNC Chapel Hill:

David Limbaugh | August 24, 2004

For her book, Michelle didn't randomly pick a historical subject that happened to greatly interest her.

Dennis Prager | August 24, 2004

You believe that in secularism and in reason lie the answers to the moral problems of humanity. Is that a fair summary of your views?

Debra J. Saunders | August 24, 2004

Team Kerry wants President Bush to denounce an advertising campaign by an independent group called Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, which has criticized Sen. John Kerry's Vietnam record.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 24, 2004

Should the gold medals be divided equally among the participating countries? Of course not, nor should money be allocated equally to everyone who shows up.

Frank Gaffney | August 24, 2004

There is something surreal about the way in which the Vietnam War has become a central preoccupation of a presidential campaign being waged thirty years after it was lost.

John McCaslin | August 24, 2004

Rather than continuing to pursue maximum profit at the expense of an informed citizenry, the major television networks, as a civic responsibility, should once again begin to cover more of the presidential-election process.

Bruce Bartlett | August 24, 2004

As the Republican National Convention approaches, pressure is building on President Bush to lay out a second term agenda.

Armstrong Williams | August 24, 2004

The national press has been dazzled by Barack Obama. "Obama energizes convention," read an Associated Press headline after his national debut at the Democratic National Convention.

Mon, Aug 23, 2004

Thomas Sowell | August 23, 2004

There are men who served in combat for years, who have sustained devastating wounds in battle, and who have won the Congressional Medal of Honor, who don't talk about it as much as John Kerry does.

Michael Barone | August 23, 2004

This month, the Kerry campaign abandoned one claim that John Kerry had made for years about his Vietnam War service and put another into question.

Cal Thomas | August 23, 2004

The Republican National Committee has released a 'documentary' to counter Michael Moore's film 'Fahrenheit 9/11.'

John Leo | August 23, 2004

Some people wondered how long the major media would be willing to ignore the Christmas-in-Cambodia story. Well, the answer is in: at least 10 or 11 days.

Robert Novak | August 23, 2004

The dirty little secret about the Bush administration's decision to move U.S. troops out of Europe and Korea is what part BRAC played in these plans.

Rich Lowry | August 23, 2004

By rights, the second Swift Boat Veterans for Truth ad should be more devastating than the first.

Jack Kemp | August 23, 2004

The end of summer signifies back to school and the football season kickoff for many American children.

Sun, Aug 22, 2004

Paul Jacob | August 22, 2004

Why do career politicians even bother with elections? Well, increasingly they don't.

Ed Feulner | August 22, 2004

Our country has a problem. And we have a solution. But politics is threatening to interfere.

George Will | August 22, 2004

Because of that law, the company felt compelled to ask the Federal Election Commission whether it can continue to advertise when its founder is running for federal office.