Sun, Dec 12, 2004

Michael Medved | December 12, 2004

Hollywood apologists comfort themselves with the thought that 49% of the electorate voted to dump President Bush. But it hardly sounds like a savvy business strategy to market your movies and TV shows exclusively to a minority -- however substantial -- of the general public. In this closely divided nation, it satisfies no practical purpose for the entertainment elite to be identified as so intensely political and utterly one-sided.

Paul Jacob | December 12, 2004

They dominate the news media, Hollywood and academia. They teach us, tell us the news, show us their documentaries, television programs and movies. And yet, they can't get us to vote for their guy, the Democrat.

George Will | December 12, 2004

A better analysis of the Democrats' difficulties comes from Peter Beinart, writing in The New Republic, which he edits.

Sat, Dec 11, 2004

Doug Giles | December 11, 2004

I hate to get your panties in a wad, you pomosexual gender-line-blurrers , you, but the vast, vast majority of American men want to be more like William Wallace and less like Will and Grace.

Caroline Glick | December 11, 2004

Few in Israel, or in the US for that matter, are particularly interested in analyzing what is happening with the Palestinians or the Egyptians today.

Robert Novak | December 11, 2004

Retention of John Snow as secretary of the treasury was viewed in the Capital's inner circles as a defeat for presidential adviser Karl Rove, who wanted a high-profile manager of President Bush's second-term economic program.

Kathleen Parker | December 11, 2004

Despite the advance of America's holiday season, we seem to be a glass-half-empty nation.

Fri, Dec 10, 2004

Thomas Sowell | December 10, 2004

Two apparently unrelated stories that appeared in newspapers on the same day are in reality not nearly as unrelated as they might seem.

Brent Bozell | December 10, 2004

Oliver Stone has been out of the limelight for a long time, having gone five years between major theatrical releases since the 1999 football film "Any Given Sunday."

David Limbaugh | December 10, 2004

Isn't it ironic that liberals seem to resent conservatives for promoting moral issues and being judgmental when every ounce of their leftist fiber bristles with an air of moral superiority?

Mona Charen | December 10, 2004

Mary Frances Berry, chairman of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, is resigning. Those scratch marks on the floor may be from her fingernails as they dragged her from the building by her feet.

Oliver North | December 10, 2004

In wine, the experts say, vintage is everything. If that's the case, 2004 has turned out to be a very bad year for the United Nations.

Rebecca Hagelin | December 10, 2004

The FBI estimates that of the 45 million U.S. kids who use the Internet, fully one-fifth have received a sexual advance online.

Rich Tucker | December 10, 2004

A warm breeze swept the country on Dec. 1. It was caused by the collective exhalation of millions of Floridians, relieved that the 2004 hurricane season was finally over.

Bruce Bartlett | December 10, 2004

Unfortunately, the overwhelming attention paid to foreign terrorist threats has tended to make people complacent about homegrown, domestic terrorism.

Charles Krauthammer | December 10, 2004

Before our astonishing success in Afghanistan goes completely down the memory hole, let's recall some very recent history.

Larry Kudlow | December 10, 2004

Isn?t America really about second chances? Or maybe even more chances than that? Critics of Martha Stewart?s possible comeback don?t seem to see things that way, but I think they should.

Thu, Dec 09, 2004

Ann Coulter | December 09, 2004

Only the Democrats would try to distract from their racist attacks on one black Republican by leveling racist attacks against a different black Republican.

Larry Elder | December 09, 2004

Democratic pundits still scratch their heads as they try and figure out what the recent presidential election tells them.

Suzanne Fields | December 09, 2004

Washington is ablaze with lights, and thousands of them twinkle on the Ellipse, an oval plot designed by Pierre L'Enfant 200 years ago as the back yard of the White House.

Emmett Tyrrell | December 09, 2004

Do you know who Harry M. Reid might be? Frankly, I did not know either, until he was quoted in the newspapers.

Joel Mowbray | December 09, 2004

Although the Iraqi elections on January 30 will top her incoming agenda, the first real indicator of Condi Rice?s tenure as Secretary of State will be how she handles something most in her new department would rather ignore:

Alan Reynolds | December 09, 2004

New York Times columnist Daniel Altman wrote about 'Taxes and Consequences' after the election, fearing all prospective changes in the status quo.

Ross Mackenzie | December 09, 2004

So, what do you think about recent events in the news?

John McCaslin | December 09, 2004

Earlier this week, we drew your attention to a newspaper ad placed in The New York Times - showing the Statue of Liberty, with the tag line, 'Very Inspiring. Now, where's the mall?'

Rich Lowry | December 09, 2004

Rumsfeld's detractors say they want his ouster only as a matter of accountability.

Robert Novak | December 09, 2004

Snow had not heard one word on whether he should leave or stay as secretary of the treasury until Wednesday, when President Bush asked him to remain, at least temporarily.

Marvin Olasky | December 09, 2004

Now that three years and three months have passed since nearly 3,000 died on a day that will live in infamy, the hills are alive with the sound of positive musings about Islam.

Wed, Dec 08, 2004

Thomas Sowell | December 08, 2004

The most painful episode ever reported in this column -- for me and for many readers -- was the killing of little eight-month-old Angelo Marinda by his own father, two years ago.

Michelle Malkin | December 08, 2004

Fugitive U.S. soldier Jeremy Hinzman is an unrepentant embarrassment to his country of birth.

Walter E. Williams | December 08, 2004

College costs have risen dramatically over the last several decades. In many cases, it's difficult to find a college where per-student costs are under $20,000 each year.

Brent Bozell | December 08, 2004

It's not surprising for the liberal media to respond to the election returns by rededicating their column inches and airtime to the liberal agenda, which is to say, the usual way of doing business.

Jonah Goldberg | December 08, 2004

Maybe you haven't noticed, but the mainstream media are suffering from the perception that they're just the teeniest bit arrogant.

Tony Blankley | December 08, 2004

So it is to be a czar of all the intelligence services. As I predicted in last week's column, all the president's men have engulfed the remaining opposition to the intelligence reform bill and (as I write on Tuesday) the House of Representatives will imminently pass the bill with strong bipartisan support.

Cal Thomas | December 08, 2004

The world would be better off without this body and with an association of democracies in its place.

Terry Jeffrey | December 08, 2004

It was June 16, 2000, and the Inman family was happily on its way to spend Father's Day weekend at a trailer they keep in the mountains of northern Georgia.

Ben Shapiro | December 08, 2004

Hungry? If you grab a new Hardee's Monster Thickburger, you won't be.

Linda Chavez | December 08, 2004

After nearly a quarter century of mischief-making at the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Chairman Mary Frances Berry is on her way out the door.

Kathleen Parker | December 08, 2004

Hardly a day passes without Americans being reminded of the debt President George W. Bush owes religious conservatives for their role in his re-election.

John McCaslin | December 08, 2004

Former Democratic vice presidential nominee and retiring North Carolina Sen. John Edwards insists he hasn't given thought to seeking the White House in 2008.

Tue, Dec 07, 2004

Thomas Sowell | December 07, 2004

Who sits on the Supreme Court for life may be more important than who sits in the White House for four years.

Star Parker | December 07, 2004

The surprise resignation of Kweise Mfume as president of the NAACP should prompt national leaders to engage in introspection and reevaluation.

Mike Adams | December 07, 2004

The other day I was sitting in my office, minding my own business, when I received a nasty email from UNCW student (name deleted).

David Limbaugh | December 07, 2004

In their continuing post-election collective psychiatric couch session, the Democrats first need to determine whether they are going to maintain the charade that they were robbed, and, if so, then decide what to do about it.

Dennis Prager | December 07, 2004

Commentators on our country explain our blue-red division in many ways -- liberal-conservative; secular-religious; North-South; coasts-heartland; singles-married with children.

Matt Towery | December 07, 2004

These days, "news" is old by the time you read it. People don't want to know what happened anymore -- they want to know what's going to happen next.

Bruce Bartlett | December 07, 2004

At many universities, just finding a Republican anywhere on the faculty is problematic.

Chuck Colson | December 07, 2004

Jesus said many radical things, but none more radical than the commandment to forgive your enemy -- even in time of war.

Armstrong Williams | December 07, 2004

Don't believe the well-scripted press conference where former president and chief executive officer of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Kweisi Mfume, announced his resignation.

Rich Lowry | December 07, 2004

If any more confirmation were needed, we've just received it: The AARP's most fundamental principle is 'Get all you can, while you can -- young people be damned.'

Mon, Dec 06, 2004

Thomas Sowell | December 06, 2004

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

Brent Bozell | December 06, 2004

The anything-goes gang is suggesting we live in a pretty hypocritical country if we can profess our desire for moral leadership and make our No. 1 smash on television the ABC smut soap 'Desperate Housewives.'

Michael Barone | December 06, 2004

Just a month after the election, the tide of opinion has turned. Consumer confidence is up. The stock market is up.

Cal Thomas | December 06, 2004

In his Halifax, Nova Scotia, speech last week, President Bush returned to his 'reformer with results' 2000 campaign theme.

Caroline Glick | December 06, 2004

The newspapers played up coverage of the event to make certain that all of us knew just how awful American forces really are.

Diana West | December 06, 2004

How antiseptic life on these old farms has become. No muck, no sweat. No remnants of the herd life that once defined the landscape.

Phyllis Schlafly | December 06, 2004

Radical feminists are now trying to persuade the U.S. Supreme Court to create a private cause of action so activist judges can make personnel decisions about who should coach sports teams.

Robert Novak | December 06, 2004

Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina startled the capital's conservative network last month with a speech on Social Security reform at the Heritage Foundation.

William F. Buckley | December 06, 2004

Plop in the middle of the entangled, entangling, impossible mess of the United Nations, where Kofi Annan's ego attempts achingly to overswell diurnal scandals, enters John C. Danforth.

Jack Kemp | December 06, 2004

Republicans and the Bush administration are bleeding badly on Social Security from scores of self-inflicted wounds by some members of Congress, as well as low-level staffers and political appointees who can't see beyond their green eyeshades.

Joel Mowbray | December 06, 2004

No matter how much conventional media wisdom says otherwise, Powell?s presentation on the eve of the Iraq War remains as true today as it was then, which is to say almost entirely so.

Sun, Dec 05, 2004

Paul Jacob | December 05, 2004

The end is near. Well, the end of the year is near. So JunkScience.com just published this year's list of Top Ten Most Embarrassing Moments. Obviously, too much of what activists and worrywarts and even scientists publicly claim as science isn't science.

Ed Feulner | December 05, 2004

Ever wish you could just fire your current health plan and hire a better one? If you worked for Uncle Sam right now, you could.

Larry Kudlow | December 05, 2004

If you happen to be passing through St. Simon?s Island or Sea Island, Georgia, in the next couple of days, and have an interest in beautiful paintings, stop in at the Anderson Fine Art Gallery