Sun, Oct 31, 2004

Paul Jacob | October 31, 2004

What? You don't have your own attorney on retainer? How on earth do you plan to take part in our elections, then?

Joel Mowbray | October 31, 2004

Two former MTV producers have accomplished what the entire mainstream media thus far has not: they?ve captured the real life and times of the Iraqi people.

Sat, Oct 30, 2004

Doug Giles | October 30, 2004

You know what the church needs more than Joan Rivers needs her plastic surgeon, a case of support hose and a lifetime supply of Xanax?

Caroline Glick | October 30, 2004

In the wake of the Union Army's defeat at the Second Battle of Bull Run in August 1862, US president Abraham Lincoln paused to meditate about God's role in the war.

Robert Novak | October 30, 2004

Republican leaders are grumbling that the White House was much too slow in responding to Democratic attacks on George W. Bush about the disappearance of munitions in Iraq.

Larry Kudlow | October 30, 2004

As more Americans have come to own stocks over the past 20 years, the stock market itself has become a leading indicator of presidential elections.

Fri, Oct 29, 2004

Thomas Sowell | October 29, 2004

Much of the rest of the media joined in publicizing what has turned out to be a bogus story.

Brent Bozell | October 29, 2004

Many parents cherish the thought of their children as cute little moppets learning their ABCs, but perish the thought of their offspring growing into awkward teenagers requiring that talk about the birds and the bees.

Jonah Goldberg | October 29, 2004

Let's make this simple. John Kerry is the candidate for those who wish we hadn't gone to war in Iraq. But John Kerry can't admit that, even though everyone knows it is true.

David Limbaugh | October 29, 2004

Though liberals denied the importance of presidential character and honesty throughout Clinton's tenure, they swear by it today.

Mona Charen | October 29, 2004

Take heart America. John Kerry is too smart to make the kind of mistakes George W. Bush has made.

Oliver North | October 29, 2004

Just a few short weeks ago, I was in Afghanistan as the people of that war-torn, impoverished country prepared to cast a presidential ballot for the first time in history.

Rich Tucker | October 29, 2004

'This isn?t Russia, is it, Danny? Is this Russia?'

Rebecca Hagelin | October 29, 2004

He was a brutal dictator, a crazed man, the personification of evil.

Jacob Sullum | October 29, 2004

In a case the U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to hear, Kelo and several of her neighbors are challenging the city's authority to carry out this plan.

Charles Krauthammer | October 29, 2004

Once again, the senator's position has evolved, to borrow The New York Times' delicate term for Kerry's many about-faces.

Kathleen Parker | October 29, 2004

Fear is the operative word as election hour closes in, appropriately on the heels of Halloween.

Marvin Olasky | October 29, 2004

Mercy came, as the Red Sox won four straight over New York and kept going, so that the Globe could report on Oct. 27, 'Eighty-six years of waiting are over."

Alan Reynolds | October 29, 2004

The new tax law has now made the only palatable features of the Kerry-Edwards plan instantly obsolete. Yet Kerry and Edwards carry on as if nothing has happened.

Bruce Bartlett | October 29, 2004

Poll after poll has consistently shown that the American people like gridlock.

Thu, Oct 28, 2004

Ann Coulter | October 28, 2004

In the midst of this rash of violence by white liberals, this week Al Gore admonished a group of blacks not to engage in violence over the election. Perhaps Gore should have saved that speech for a convocation of members.

Thomas Sowell | October 28, 2004

This time Pat Buchanan has endorsed President Bush but Ralph Nader is still there for liberal voters who are unhappy with the Kerry-Edwards ticket.

Larry Elder | October 28, 2004

My engineer, now a senior airman working in Intelligence, invited me to March Air Reserve Base for 'Operations Group Employer Appreciation Day' on Saturday, Oct. 23.

Suzanne Fields | October 28, 2004

October is the scariest month. Ghosts, goblins and creepy creatures come out of the closet.

Terry Jeffrey | October 28, 2004

Were terrorists to sneak across our border today and need a place to hide, a rational analysis of U.S. immigration enforcement would point them toward Tulsa, Okla.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 28, 2004

The stupendously unedifying display of an American presidential election is now coming down to its last whoop-whoop, its last gross deceit, its last idiotic accusation.

John McCaslin | October 28, 2004

Retired Marine Col. Jack Pozza, a Vietnam veteran who grew up not far from Green Bay, Wis., and now lives in Virginia, has a dilemma: He's a lifelong Green Bay Packers fan, yet he supports President Bush for re-election. Wherein lies the problem.

Robert Novak | October 28, 2004

The long, tortuous presidential contest has come down to who the "security mom" thinks can best protect her family against terrorism.

Rich Lowry | October 28, 2004

It ranks among the most conventional pieces of the conventional wisdom -- President Bush can't win without Ohio. No Republican has ever won without Ohio. But this year Bush has an Ohio insurance policy.

Ross Mackenzie | October 28, 2004

With the presidential campaign in its final lap, the egregiousness of John Kerry continues to dismay.

Marvin Olasky | October 28, 2004

With five days to go until the election, John F. Kerry is arguing that he thinks Christianly (did you know he was an altar boy?) about issues like abortion and same-sex marriage but practices public policy as a secularist.

Wed, Oct 27, 2004

Thomas Sowell | October 27, 2004

There is a lot of inertia in politics. The "solid South" voted for Democrats in every Presidential election for more than a century. Blacks have voted for every Democratic candidate for President from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Al Gore.

Michelle Malkin | October 27, 2004

The right to vote is precious, the politicians preach. Our democracy hangs in the balance, the pundits screech.

Walter E. Williams | October 27, 2004

When you vote for a member of the House of Representatives or the Senate, what should be your selection criteria?

Brent Bozell | October 27, 2004

To the uncommitted voter, let us state directly: The media are partisan players.

Jonah Goldberg | October 27, 2004

The controversy over Sinclair Media's planned "late hit" on John Kerry has petered out. The third-tier media company's special fizzled rather than exploded.

Mike Adams | October 27, 2004

As a graduate student in education, I am constantly bombarded with Marxism and sexual politics. Tell me what you think of the following:

Tony Blankley | October 27, 2004

We may be watching the deconstruction of democracy in America.

Cal Thomas | October 27, 2004

Tuesday's election provides one of the starkest political choices since, uh, the last one.

Ben Shapiro | October 27, 2004

Fifty years ago this week, President Bush said that 'the true history of my administration will be written 50 years from now, and you and I will not be around to see it.'

Linda Chavez | October 27, 2004

The media rule seems to be if a story might hurt George W. Bush, play it up big; if it might help Bush, bury it.

Kathleen Parker | October 27, 2004

In a transparent attempt to attract liberal voters just days before the election, President George W. Bush made a conspicuous display of getting a facial and manicure between stump speeches late last week.

Chuck Colson | October 27, 2004

I have come to the sobering conclusion that we are in greater danger of a nuclear strike today than we were during the Cold War.

Tue, Oct 26, 2004

Thomas Sowell | October 26, 2004

The latest irresponsible charge from John Kerry is that President Bush let Osama bin Laden escape.

Star Parker | October 26, 2004

According to two polls released over the week just passed, President Bush has picked up significant ground among black voters.

Mike Adams | October 26, 2004

Dear Johnny: Thanks for getting in touch with me last week to express your concerns about your sociology class.

David Limbaugh | October 26, 2004

Several liberal newspapers seem to be holding their noses as they endorse Senator Kerry.

Dennis Prager | October 26, 2004

That is why former congressman and New York City Mayor Ed Koch, a liberal Democrat, has announced that for the first time in his life he will vote for a Republican president.

Matt Towery | October 26, 2004

This is it -- the final stretch in which George W. Bush and John Kerry fight for every vote in every battleground state. As expected, political pundits are all now stressing the role voter turnout will play next Tuesday.

John McCaslin | October 26, 2004

'Services are scheduled for 7 p.m. ... at Palms Funeral Home in Angleton, Texas. In lieu of flowers, Bill would be most honored and gratified by you voting for the Bush/Cheney ticket in November.'

Joel Mowbray | October 26, 2004

U.N. ambassadors from several nations are disputing assertions by Sen. John Kerry that he met for hours with all members of the U.N. Security Council just a week before voting in October 2002 to authorize the use of force in Iraq.

Bruce Bartlett | October 26, 2004

The United States isn't the only country having a presidential election in the next few days.

Armstrong Williams | October 26, 2004

The election cycle has been dominated by talk of the war in Iraq. And rightly so. This is a historic opportunity.

Mon, Oct 25, 2004

Michael Barone | October 25, 2004

The presidential race continues to be on knife's edge. In 15 polls taken since the third debate on Oct. 13, President George W. Bush has had an average lead of 49 percent to 46 percent over Sen. John Kerry.

Cal Thomas | October 25, 2004

The Big Media - by which I mean the three broadcast networks and the most 'influential newspapers' have been 'voting' for the next president for much of the last two years.

Suzanne Fields | October 25, 2004

The spiciest interpretation of Teresa Kerry?s sour put-down of Laura Bush?s job history is that 'Heinz was in a pickle.'

Diana West | October 25, 2004

'Absolutely,' most reporters want John Kerry to win the election, declares Newsweek's Evan Thomas, commenting on the media bias he says translates into "maybe" five extra points for the Democratic ticket at the polls.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 25, 2004

Becoming more and more hysterical at the possibility of losing the presidential election, liberals and their media allies are psyching up the public to expect legal challenges in any states that have close elections.

Larry Kudlow | October 25, 2004

In the final days of the 2004 presidential campaign, John Kerry is desperately attempting to make the case that he, not George W. Bush, can better defend America in the global war against radical Islam and its terrorist tactics.

Robert Novak | October 25, 2004

Lugar is a gentleman of the old school, not inclined to call up Kerry and tell him to knock it off.

John Leo | October 25, 2004

Many of the doubts that hover over Sullivan?s case for Kerry are rooted in the value system widely shared among Democrats:

Jack Kemp | October 25, 2004

When the presidential debates are concluded and the candidates are in the home stretch to the first Tuesday in November, you can always count on the Democratic Left to unfurl their favorite three strategies:

Rich Lowry | October 25, 2004

As of the end of last week, there had been roughly 40 lawsuits filed, including the suits to keep Ralph Nader off the ballot.

Sun, Oct 24, 2004

Paul Jacob | October 24, 2004

Well, that's not quite right. Every time I have to flush twice, I think of Congress.

George Will | October 24, 2004

Not since the election of 1800, the first in which one party displaced another from the presidency, has there been such anxiety about voting.