Sun, Nov 28, 2004

Paul Jacob | November 28, 2004

There is no such thing as a free . . . ride. Washington, D.C.'s transit system, known as Metro, provides ample proof.

George Will | November 28, 2004

Oh, well, if studies say so. The great secret is out: liberals dominate campuses. Coming soon: 'Moon Implicated in Tides, Studies Find.'

Sat, Nov 27, 2004

Doug Giles | November 27, 2004

Can you imagine Dirty Harry Callahan attending a highly effeminized church?

Caroline Glick | November 27, 2004

Something remarkable is happening in Iraq. There is a civil war going on and the terrorists are losing.

Robert Novak | November 27, 2004

With Treasury Secretary John Snow's continuation in office uncertain, the White House is seriously considering former Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas as his possible successor.

Fri, Nov 26, 2004

Brent Bozell | November 26, 2004

They used to joke that "I went to fight and a hockey game broke out." In the last few weeks, it seems like the fight comes before the sport in football and basketball, and baseball as well.

Mike Adams | November 26, 2004

Many gay activists compare their current ?civil rights? struggles with those faced by blacks in the segregated South in the 1950s.

Jonah Goldberg | November 26, 2004

Before I explain what's so aargh-worthy, let me offer a very, very brief history lesson.

David Limbaugh | November 26, 2004

Liberals often decry labels, but labels can be helpful. It is the misuse of labels to which we ought to object.

Mona Charen | November 26, 2004

Being politically minded types, one or more of us frequently mentions that we're grateful for having been born in the United States of America.

Oliver North | November 26, 2004

As the host of 'War Stories' on the FOX News Channel, I have the best job in television -- all I do is hang out with American heroes.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 26, 2004

But it?s a little difficult to chat about the frivolous things of life when you?re with Rich.

Charles Krauthammer | November 26, 2004

There has been much talk that if the Iraqi election is held and some Sunni Arab provinces (perhaps 3 of the 18) do not participate, the election will be illegitimate.

Thu, Nov 25, 2004

Thomas Sowell | November 25, 2004

When liberals in the media or in politics start being alarmed about the national debt, it means just one thing: They want higher taxes.

Larry Elder | November 25, 2004

Former president Bill Clinton -- during his last term in office -- urged Americans to have 'a candid conversation on the state of race relations.' OK.

Cal Thomas | November 25, 2004

Dan Rather, who has announced his "retirement" next March from the anchor desk he has held for 24 years, is a dinosaur.

Suzanne Fields | November 25, 2004

We sang the music of that lovely hymn in public school when I was a child, but singing it now might provoke arrest.

Rich Tucker | November 25, 2004

It used to be a clich?round the Tucker house that 'Christmas sneaks up on you.' If only that was still true.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 25, 2004

Tom Wolfe has done it again. He has written a novel full of the blood and gore, the preposterosity and pomposity of the age.

Marvin Olasky | November 25, 2004

Over left guard for six yards. Past the right end for eight yards. Over left guard for no gain.

Robert Novak | November 25, 2004

In Germany last week, the Federal Reserve chairman sounded like a Democrat on the U.S. Senate floor inveighing against Bush administration deficits.

Bruce Bartlett | November 25, 2004

It always has seemed to be an unnecessary extra layer of bureaucracy that added little to the implementation of economic policy.

John McCaslin | November 25, 2004

Lord, we ask of you a boon: to bless our guests this noon. We're so grateful they could come today - and have to leave real soon!

Alan Reynolds | November 25, 2004

In recent testimony before a Senate subcommittee, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer complained that "favoritism, secrecy and conflicts" rule the insurance industry.

George Will | November 25, 2004

When giving thanks this year, think of Lena Woebbecke. She and many others paid a terrible price for misreading the prairie sky on the afternoon of Jan. 12, 1888.

Ross Mackenzie | November 25, 2004

Herewith comments direct or implied on other topical items. . .

Wed, Nov 24, 2004

Michelle Malkin | November 24, 2004

My 4-year-old daughter recently learned to say grace at mealtimes. I taught her the same little prayer my mom taught me in childhood:

Walter E. Williams | November 24, 2004

Dr. Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's national security adviser and now his secretary of state nominee, has been the subject of nasty, demeaning and disrespectful cartoons and commentary.

Brent Bozell | November 24, 2004

For inventing the field of professional conservative media criticism -- to fight not just the liberal bias within the media but also its attendant arrogance -- the entire conservative movement, and American journalism in general, owe him a debt of gratitude.

Jonah Goldberg | November 24, 2004

My colleague (translation: "boss") Rich Lowry - editor of National Review - received a note from the father of a Marine fighting in Fallujah.

Tony Blankley | November 24, 2004

This Christmastime could be the moment when Western Europe finally joins our war on terrorism.

Terry Jeffrey | November 24, 2004

Another way you can look at the Oppenheimer-opera-documentary grant is from the lofty perspective of our mountainous national debt.

Ben Shapiro | November 24, 2004

The left sure knows how to recover from an electoral defeat: slander the electorate.

Linda Chavez | November 24, 2004

It's hard to imagine that anyone could consider the celebration controversial or feel the need to censor Thanksgiving discussions among schoolchildren.

Joel Mowbray | November 24, 2004

In naming Condoleezza Rice as his pick for Secretary of State, President Bush is sending his most loyal adviser to his most disloyal agency: the State Department.

Tue, Nov 23, 2004

Star Parker | November 23, 2004

Many of the problems in America's inner cities seem to me similar to Israeli-Palestinian problems as described by a scholar of an Israeli think tank.

David Limbaugh | November 23, 2004

Liberals are having conniption fits because President Bush is approaching his second term as if he were actually elected.

Dennis Prager | November 23, 2004

One can learn a lot about life from sports. Unfortunately, however, as far as professional basketball and football are concerned, the lessons to be learned are largely negative.

Matt Towery | November 23, 2004

I rarely return to the exact topic of a previously written column, but the reaction on both sides of the issue to my "tank top, flip flop" airline piece last week is just too fun not to revisit.

Phyllis Schlafly | November 23, 2004

Big Brother is on the march. A plan to subject all children to mental health screening is under way, and pharmaceutical companies are gearing up for bigger sales of psychotropic drugs.

Bruce Bartlett | November 23, 2004

According to press reports, President Bush is considering elimination of the deduction for state and local taxes as part of tax reform.

Kathleen Parker | November 23, 2004

Democrats seeking therapy for PEST (Post-Election Selection Trauma) can relax and follow these simple instructions: Shut up and wait.

John McCaslin | November 23, 2004

What job isn't Colin Powell rumored to be filling when he leaves the State Department? Whether he's destined for the World Bank or back to college as president of William & Mary, everybody wants the secretary of state in their court.

Armstrong Williams | November 23, 2004

As Americans sit down to turkey and cranberries this holiday season, the family and friends of American soldiers stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan will grapple with unbearable loss.

Mon, Nov 22, 2004

Michael Barone | November 22, 2004

Amid the Cabinet reshuffling, little attention has been paid to the appointment of Bush campaign manager Ken Mehlman as Republican National Committee chairman.

Cal Thomas | November 22, 2004

The just concluded "lame duck" session of Congress should have been labeled the "goose that laid the golden egg session" for the federal goodies it dispensed.

Diana West | November 22, 2004

In the space between the fog of war (confusion, peril and instant reflexes) and the edited news break (carefully scripted and produced filler between Viagra commercials), a young Marine hangs out to dry.

George Will | November 22, 2004

Alabama's obsession with football began, in a sense, on Jan. 1, 1926, five months after the Scopes trial ? about teaching evolution ? gave the South's despisers fresh ammunition.

Chuck Colson | November 22, 2004

To judge by recent stories in the press, some people are so upset by the recent election that they?re ready to emigrate.

Robert Novak | November 22, 2004

Before Sen. Arlen Specter stood beside other Republican members of the Senate Judiciary Committee last Thursday and pledged support as their chairman for any judge that President Bush nominates, he had been scared stiff by his colleagues and by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.

Sun, Nov 21, 2004

Debra J. Saunders | November 21, 2004

'America is a strange country. All of its best generals are journalists,' quipped Defense Undersecretary Douglas J. Feith in the middle of an interview Thursday.

Paul Jacob | November 21, 2004

The most important news story of this fall, ultimately more important than the re-election of the president, was the awarding of the X Prize to Burt Rutan for his SpaceShipOne flights.