Sun, Dec 26, 2004

Caroline Glick | December 26, 2004

In his paper Almog explains that the fence around Gaza has blocked 30 percent of the attempted terror attacks on Israel, while IDF offensive operations inside the Strip have accounted for the other 70 percent of Israel's successes.

Paul Jacob | December 26, 2004

Apparently, my county doesn't have much class. In fact, we in Prince William County, Virginia, have so little class that we're actually having to import some. From overseas.

Sat, Dec 25, 2004

Doug Giles | December 25, 2004

With the new year upon us like Kofi on a big wad of Iraqi oil-for-food cash, a lot of folks use the end of one year and the beginning of a new year to assess their character, their accomplishments and their calling to whatever they are pursuing and to evaluate how they stack up to what they want to be and do.

George Will | December 25, 2004

By marching his shivering men -- two froze to death on the march -- to the banks of the ice-clogged Delaware River, and making the crossing that became the subject of the most familiar American painting, Washington rolled the dice, risking everything.

Robert Novak | December 25, 2004

Bill Clinton, who has refrained from publicly second-guessing the 2004 presidential election, in private sharply criticizes John Kerry's aides and particularly campaign manager Mary Beth Cahill.

Fri, Dec 24, 2004

Thomas Sowell | December 24, 2004

Events of this past year have shown the need for a special award in journalism for those who think that the purpose of reporting news is to cause the public to adopt the political views of those who do the reporting.

Brent Bozell | December 24, 2004

For an industry that claims to reflect reality, the results are not good. Religion is virtually ignored, and when covered, more often than not it's attacked.

Jonah Goldberg | December 24, 2004

Ah, Christmastime. Joy to the world. God bless us, everyone. Through the rapturous din of carols and chimes, a stray condemnatory note can be heard, chastising the yuletide revelers for being too materialistic, too concerned with gifts that come wrapped in pretty paper and shiny bows.

David Limbaugh | December 24, 2004

Our various reactions to the increased violence leading up to the elections in Iraq are instructive.

Mona Charen | December 24, 2004

Silly me. I was proud of the United States for trying to help those people in distant lands.

Oliver North | December 24, 2004

Glorifying and praising God, while acceptable in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago, is no longer in vogue in many areas of American culture.

Thu, Dec 23, 2004

Ann Coulter | December 23, 2004

Focusing like a laser beam on the big picture, liberals are upset that, during this period, the secretary of defense used an autopen.

Thomas Sowell | December 23, 2004

The election coming up in Iraq may turn out, in the long view of history, to be even more important than our own recent election.

Larry Elder | December 23, 2004

Many studies show that the best predictor of violent crime in a community is not the race or economic status, but the proportion of households without fathers.

Mike Adams | December 23, 2004

First of all, let me apologize for writing you so late in the year after so many of you have gone home for the semester.

Suzanne Fields | December 23, 2004

The popular Internet search engine announces that it will make available on the Web volumes in the research libraries of Harvard, the University of Michigan, Stanford, Oxford and other sources of collected knowledge, including the New York Public Library.

Emmett Tyrrell | December 23, 2004

Oh this vexatious season is almost over. How to greet my fellows Americans amid statues of Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Rangifer tarandus?

Robert Novak | December 23, 2004

In the bowels of the Pentagon, the colleagues and subordinates of Donald Rumsfeld were not upset by Republican senators who were sniping at him.

Marvin Olasky | December 23, 2004

When we associate the origins of Christian faith with shepherds in the field, keeping watch over their flocks at night, it's easy to distance ourselves from history's key event.

George Will | December 23, 2004

In today's segmented America, Michael Crichton's new novel 'State of Fear' might seem to be just reading for red states.

Bruce Bartlett | December 23, 2004

Although President Bush has said that he would not increase Social Security taxes to pay for private accounts, some of his aides are floating the idea of a stealth tax increase on the wealthy, nevertheless.

Alan Reynolds | December 23, 2004

The Washington Post editorial page has taken to arguing with itself over the merits of Social Security privatization.

Wed, Dec 22, 2004

Michelle Malkin | December 22, 2004

Yes, it's maddening when politically correct bureaucrats ban nativity scenes and Christmas carols in the name of 'diversity' and 'tolerance.'

Walter E. Williams | December 22, 2004

Before we look at whether a national sales tax is a good idea, how about a little Economics 101 just to convince you that government spending, not government taxation, is the true measure of governmental impact on our lives?

Jonah Goldberg | December 22, 2004

I attended a Reform Jewish day school, and almost everyone I knew had a Christmas tree at home.

Tony Blankley | December 22, 2004

Several senators and congressmen who have been in town for decades hate Mr. Rumsfeld's logic that you fight a war with the army you've got.

Cal Thomas | December 22, 2004

California Republican Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger could be the Democrat party's 'plant' inside the GOP, or so it seems from an interview Schwarzenegger gave recently to a German newspaper.

Debra J. Saunders | December 22, 2004

I'll say it up front: I wasn't thrilled with President Bush's answer Monday to press-conference questions about dumping Donald Rumsfeld.

Ben Shapiro | December 22, 2004

For Carter to monitor the newest 'Palestinian election' takes a silo-full of gall.

Terry Jeffrey | December 22, 2004

Why would anyone murder a pregnant woman? Apparently, it is oftentimes an extreme form of abortion.

Linda Chavez | December 22, 2004

If you're like me, you still haven't finished your holiday shopping. So here are my suggestions for some good books...

Ross Mackenzie | December 22, 2004

In the mad dash toward Christmas let us not forget the star, or what Christmas is supposed to be all about: the realm beyond evil and the merely material.

Kathleen Parker | December 22, 2004

Let me begin by saying, 'Merry Christmas.' And, by the way, 'Merry Christmas.' Oh, and did I mention, 'Merry Christmas'?

Tue, Dec 21, 2004

Star Parker | December 21, 2004

A recent Newsweek cover story has helped bring national attention to the HIV/AIDS epidemic among African-American women. Unfortunately, its superficial and biased coverage is itself evidence of the scope of the crisis on which it reports.

David Limbaugh | December 21, 2004

Perhaps the perception that 'moral issues' contributed to President Bush?s re-election has heightened the secular Left?s irrational fear of Christians.

Dennis Prager | December 21, 2004

Every year, as predictable as the arrival of the winter solstice is the arrival of criticism about the commercialization of Christmas.

Matt Towery | December 21, 2004

Past polling has suggested that, when properly explained, the 'Fair Tax' proposal, which would end the federal government's fixation on punishing those who work hard, is extremely popular.

Phyllis Schlafly | December 21, 2004

David C. Bury of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the will of the people and enjoined enforcement of Arizona's Proposition 200

John McCaslin | December 21, 2004

It's that time of year to submit a New Year's resolution on behalf of the president of the United States.

Larry Kudlow | December 21, 2004

The mainstream media are carping and whining that the president?s recent economic conference in Washington was comprised of supporters rather than dissenters -- as though this is some great surprise.

Rich Lowry | December 21, 2004

During the coverage of the crime, the status of the Bobbie Jo Stinnett's unborn girl steadily changed.

Mon, Dec 20, 2004

Michael Barone | December 20, 2004

In his first term, Bush proved to be a successful Jacksonian and Hamiltonian president. In his second term, will he prove to be a successful Wilsonian, as well?

Brent Bozell | December 20, 2004

One commonly assumes that movies and television shows that win industry awards are therefore the best movies and television shows, the apex of artistic achievement.

Cal Thomas | December 20, 2004

Far more serious than the short-term consequences of some poorly armored vehicles in Iraq are the potential long-term consequences of putting female soldiers in ground combat units.

Suzanne Fields | December 20, 2004

The first daughter rides to the rescue of fourth graders. That's good news, because they need all the help they can get.

Diana West | December 20, 2004

I don't get it -- and I'm Jewish.

Frank Gaffney | December 20, 2004

Even a veteran of decades of inside-the-Beltway and corporate bloodletting like 'Rummy' might be amazed by the grounds on which he is being pilloried, however.

Ross Mackenzie | December 20, 2004

A mishmash of recent quotes from the news....

Jack Kemp | December 20, 2004

As Christmas Eve approaches, it's good to count our blessings and pause to recognize the sacrifices made on behalf of our freedoms.

Bruce Bartlett | December 20, 2004

Last week brought the death of Seymour Melman, a Columbia University economist known for his opposition to defense spending.

Chuck Colson | December 20, 2004

We?d like to think that concentration camps and state-sponsored genocide are Nazi horrors of the past. Unfortunately, they?re not.

Robert Novak | December 20, 2004

The unprecedented Democratic plan to filibuster judicial nominations that do not meet liberal specifications has exceeded all expectations.

Sun, Dec 19, 2004

Debra J. Saunders | December 19, 2004

You can't call a government just or democratic when it heeds the will of its citizens, its courts and its juries only about 2 percent of the time.

Paul Jacob | December 19, 2004

Politicians are suffering. And last October former Florida Supreme Court justice and sometime lobbyist Wade Hopping was hopping mad about it.

George Will | December 19, 2004

An exhortation that echoed here 140 years ago -- "On to Richmond!" -- may soon be heard from Democrats wandering the country in search of a path out of the political wilderness. They will trek to Virginia's capital to take the measure of Mark Warner.