Sun, Sep 26, 2004

Pat Buchanan | September 26, 2004

Something remains puzzling about the Rathergate scandal.

Paul Jacob | September 26, 2004

One of the profoundest explanations of freedom does not contain the word "freedom." Or "liberty."

Sat, Sep 25, 2004

Doug Giles | September 25, 2004

It must have been tough for Kerry to watch his Democratic buddies give Iraq's Prime Minister Allawi standing ovations as he spoke to a joint session of Congress, Wednesday.

Robert Novak | September 25, 2004

The executive producer of CBS's "60 Minutes" midweek broadcast, who partially blamed the Bush White House for bogus documents used by Dan Rather, is a former staffer for New York Democrats.

Fri, Sep 24, 2004

Thomas Sowell | September 24, 2004

Among the many luxuries that wealth can buy is insulation from reality -- the most dangerous luxury of all.

Brent Bozell | September 24, 2004

CBS has been suffering from an East Coast meltdown based upon an incredibly sleazy forgery scandal, and just as it attempted to jumpstart the damage control machine with an independent outside investigation, the other shoe dropped on the West Coast.

Jonah Goldberg | September 24, 2004

Basically, the liberal media establishment is falling back on a dual argument.

David Limbaugh | September 24, 2004

Ironically, the person who has benefited most from John Kerry's reputation for flip-flopping is John Kerry himself, because he's not so much a flip-flopper as a fundamentally dishonest person, which his reputation for flip-flopping tends to conceal.

Mona Charen | September 24, 2004

Though some have dubbed the Dan Rather docugate story a distraction from the real issues of campaign 2004, I would argue that, in some ways, the episode illuminates those issues.

Neal Boortz | September 24, 2004

On the morning of November 2nd hoards of people who haven?t had a working relationship with a clue since they took their first driver?s test are going to be participating in a decision-making process.

Oliver North | September 24, 2004

This sad, but accurate historical lesson in arrogance and irrelevance is pertinent to what transpired at the League's successor -- the United Nations -- this week.

Charles Krauthammer | September 24, 2004

Of all our allies in the world, which is the only one to have joined the United States in the foxhole in every war in the last 100 years? Not Britain, not Canada, certainly not France. The answer is Australia.

Chuck Colson | September 24, 2004

On the one hand, biotechnology is possibly the hottest issue of the twenty-first century. On the other hand, it?s difficult to understand, so few people really care about it. Here's help in understanding this pressing subject.

Kathleen Parker | September 24, 2004

Freud's most famous question - "What do women want?" - might be the title of this political season's playbook, as President George W. Bush and Sen. John F. Kerry strut their best stuff and try to win women's votes.

Joel Mowbray | September 24, 2004

The man sitting across from me was a consummate PR flack: smooth, eloquent, charming, passionate. He also happened to be the spokesman for the world's most experienced terrorist, Yasser Arafat.

Bruce Bartlett | September 24, 2004

It is revealing that the Washington Post devoted half the space on page one above the fold to an advertisement for John Kerry on Sept. 20.

George Will | September 24, 2004

It is perhaps the biggest problem on the horizon of the next U.S. president because it is moving toward development of nuclear weapons, concerning which the Bush administration has two factions.

Thu, Sep 23, 2004

Ann Coulter | September 23, 2004

A basic canon of journalism is not to place all your faith in a lunatic stuck on something that happened years ago who hates the target of your story and has been babbling nonsense about him for years.

Thomas Sowell | September 23, 2004

If someone applied to you for a job but didn't want to talk about what he has been doing in the last 20 years, wouldn't you be suspicious?

Larry Elder | September 23, 2004

CBS, in rushing to air the now discredited anti-Bush National Guard documents, issued an embarrassing apology.

Mike Adams | September 23, 2004

For months, readers have been asking me to do a profile of the life of Margaret Sanger, in order to expose the truth about an evil woman who has been protected for decades by the likes of Planned Parenthood, radical feminists, and various media elites.

Suzanne Fields | September 23, 2004

The sun was sinking into the Mediterranean on the eve of Yom Kippur 31 years ago this week, and 3 million Jews were preparing their devotions as the climax of the final days of the dying year.

Rich Tucker | September 23, 2004

Finally the debate is joined. After months of arguments about Vietnam, the National Guard and faked documents, the presidential candidates are addressing the most important question of the year: Can we win in Iraq?

Emmett Tyrrell | September 23, 2004

The Russians have a history of resorting to such tactics, and they proved effective.

Alan Reynolds | September 23, 2004

The biggest economic challenge of the not-so-distant future will undoubtedly be the rapid aging of the population.

Robert Novak | September 23, 2004

High-level Democrats, including some inside the Kerry campaign, were appalled by this week's political sideshow.

Marvin Olasky | September 23, 2004

For years, I've minimized any talk of conspiracies and emphasized the importance of the battle of ideas.

Rich Lowry | September 23, 2004

Is Colorado the next California? Oh, how Democrats hope so -- they want one, two, many Californias.

John McCaslin | September 23, 2004

A trio of influential former congressmen, Newt Gingrich, Richard Armey and John R. Kasich - among the chief architects of the Republican Party's "Contract With America" 10 years ago - will convene at the American Enterprise Institute Monday morning to discuss an extension of the contract through the 21st century.

Ross Mackenzie | September 23, 2004

Initially, Rather was defiantly adamant and standing on the veracity of the bogus memos about President Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard.

Wed, Sep 22, 2004

Michelle Malkin | September 22, 2004

The public school establishment hates homeschoolers. They've smeared the movement as a conspiracy of conservative Christian zealots.

Walter E. Williams | September 22, 2004

Why do some people earn higher income compared to others? Are they simply "winners in the lottery of life," as Rep. Richard Gephardt (D-Mo.) puts it?

Brent Bozell | September 22, 2004

Once caught, CBS and Dan Rather could have responded with a simple apology. Instead, they went ballistic -- and now must pay the price for their defiance.

Mike Adams | September 22, 2004

I used to subscribe to the local newspaper, which is affiliated with the New York Times (NYT). In fact, I used to write an occasional editorial for them. That was when I was a liberal.

Jonah Goldberg | September 22, 2004

John Kerry gave what his fans and his critics say was his best speech on Iraq and foreign policy so far.

Tony Blankley | September 22, 2004

In the last few months, Mr. Kerry has been for more troops and less troops, for believing the war was necessary (even knowing everything we now know), and for believing it is the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Cal Thomas | September 22, 2004

In his speech Tuesday to the United Nations General Assembly, President Bush was a beacon of coherence, further distancing himself from Senator's Kerry's incoherence on Iraq, as he again unapologetically stood by his decision to overthrow Saddam Hussein.

Terry Jeffrey | September 22, 2004

By turns, Shamil Basayev has been a terrorist in the murderous mold of Osama bin Laden, a top candidate for the presidency of Chechnya and the Chechen prime minister.

Ben Shapiro | September 22, 2004

He made his name by criticizing President Nixon -- and not just criticizing him but berating him.

Linda Chavez | September 22, 2004

It's not enough to say you're sorry when your network's most prominent and trusted journalists tried to influence the outcome of an election.

Rebecca Hagelin | September 22, 2004

For loyal fans (and loyal enemies) of his energetic MSNBC show, "Scarborough Country," my characterizing Joe as "feisty" comes as no real surprise.

Maggie Gallagher | September 22, 2004

I'm glad Dan Rather has apologized. But I'd rather he would explain.

William F. Buckley | September 22, 2004

Well, John Kerry has now taken a position on whether we should have gone into Iraq.

Ross Mackenzie | September 22, 2004

Yet regarding the memos, as a colorful Virginia pol used to say, there's a lot going around in the dark besides Santa Claus.

Kathleen Parker | September 22, 2004

In a breathtaking scoop sure to make journalism history, CBS News broke a stunning story Monday that rocked the nation: A source "misled" the network by providing forged documents intended to impugn President George W. Bush and his Air National Guard service.

George Will | September 22, 2004

Sounding like Mark Twain mischievously insisting that Wagner's music is better than it sounds, Prime Minister Ayad Allawi, who is not known for drollery, says events in Iraq are better than they seem.

Larry Kudlow | September 22, 2004

You have to give the Federal Reserve some credit.

Tue, Sep 21, 2004

Thomas Sowell | September 21, 2004

In short, there were both loyal Japanese Americans and disloyal Japanese Americans, including among the latter some who cooperated with Japan's espionage and subversion networks within the United States before and during the war.

Star Parker | September 21, 2004

When a Democratic presidential candidate speaks to the Congressional Black Caucus, it's a family affair.

David Limbaugh | September 21, 2004

I am gratified that John Kerry has finally decided to bring his campaign into the present millennium and focus on Iraq. Now, let's have a genuine discussion about that issue.

Dennis Prager | September 21, 2004

To understand the worldwide ideological battle... one must understand the vast differences between leftist and rightist worldviews.

Diana West | September 21, 2004

If George Orwell could have teamed up with Lewis Carroll, maybe, just maybe, they could have concocted something as down-the-rabbit-hole-to-newspeak-(out)landish as the current CBS wisdom on those four, almost universally discredited memos trashing George W. Bush's Air National Guard service.

Ed Feulner | September 21, 2004

As you'll see below, he's really put the pressure on us to make a real statement about the strength and power of conservatives with this Pledge Drive.

Armstrong Williams | September 21, 2004

Last weekend, I was a panelist on Congresswoman Juanita McDonald's (D-CA.) forum on differentiating between the presidential candidates.

John McCaslin | September 21, 2004

Uncle Sam is advertising for a Washington-area public relations firm to initiate outreach to disgruntled Iraqi citizens.

Bruce Bartlett | September 21, 2004

Quick question: What is John Kerry's economic plan? Can anyone reading this column name even one key element of it?

Mon, Sep 20, 2004

Michael Barone | September 20, 2004

When you examine responses to other poll questions, you find no obvious lines of opinion that work in Kerry's favor.

Cal Thomas | September 20, 2004

emocratic presidential candidate John Kerry has achieved something that may be unique in the history of our country.

Suzanne Fields | September 20, 2004

Who could have predicted that the presidential election of '04 would turn on what happened in a war we fought 40 years ago?

Phyllis Schlafly | September 20, 2004

Our public school system is the country's biggest and most inefficient monopoly, yet it keeps demanding more and more money.

Rich Tucker | September 20, 2004

Eat your vegetables, take your vitamins and whatever you do don?t get sick. Or injured. Or shot.

Robert Novak | September 20, 2004

Inside the Bush administration policymaking apparatus, there is strong feeling that U.S. troops must leave Iraq next year.

Joel Mowbray | September 20, 2004

The past couple weeks have seen a swirl of anonymous allegations of supposed spying and espionage, including implications that the Pentagon civilian staff might be teeming with double agents for the Jewish state.

Jonathan Garthwaite | September 20, 2004

When you examine responses to other poll questions, you find no obvious lines of opinion that work in Kerry's favor.

Rich Lowry | September 20, 2004

Here is why the gambit at least makes sense and how -- if he makes the right moves -- it could work for him.

Jack Kemp | September 20, 2004

The Washington Post recently editorialized on the desirability of reforming Social Security via personal retirement accounts that workers own and control.

John Leo | September 20, 2004

Thanks to columnist Michelle Malkin, we are at last moving toward our first national discussion on the wisdom and fairness of interning 100,000 ethnic Japanese during World War II.

Sun, Sep 19, 2004

Pat Buchanan | September 19, 2004

What -- other than a blind bias against George Bush rooted in animus or ideology, or an obduracy bred of arrogance and hubris -- can explain Rather's near-suicidal behavior since his "60 Minutes" segment aired over a week ago.

Paul Jacob | September 19, 2004

A uniter, not a divider? Until genocidal aliens arrive from outer space, any program that unites will divide, too. Example? Term limits.

George Will | September 19, 2004

There always are people trying to carve crevices in constitutional terminology to allow scope for despotism. Such carving is occurring in Connecticut.