Sun, Feb 06, 2005

Brent Bozell | February 06, 2005

American parents who grew up in the countercultural bazaar of the late 1960s and the 1970s will recall the rich irony of a mainstream TV media that once refused to embrace the (relative) excesses of the music industry.

Paul Jacob | February 06, 2005

Ideas a-plenty are bouncing around on how to improve education. Take, for instance, the recent suggestion of doing away with homework. Alas! I was born too soon.

Jacob Sullum | February 06, 2005

The point is not that the Treasury will refuse to pay off its bonds but that doing so will require lower spending, higher taxes or more borrowing (which ultimately will mean higher taxes).

George Will | February 06, 2005

He chose wisely when he asked former Sen. Connie Mack, a Florida Republican, to chair the Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform that will make recommendations by July 31.

Sat, Feb 05, 2005

Doug Giles | February 05, 2005

Anything but meek, Christ condemned weak stances with respect to courage and truth and condoned only the bold.

Caroline Glick | February 05, 2005

Speaking with State Department personnel on Monday, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gave form to the Palestinian state that now stands at the center of American Middle East policy.

Rich Tucker | February 05, 2005

Attention Harvard Law students: The U.S. Army wants you. Oh, and your counterparts at Yale, New York University and other leading law schools. Sadly, your professors don?t want you to know that.

Robert Novak | February 05, 2005

Senate Republican leaders have decided to begin their use of the "nuclear option" -- forcing confirmation of President Bush's judicial nominations with a majority Senate vote -- on an African-American woman blocked by Democrats from a federal judgeship.

Fri, Feb 04, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | February 04, 2005

All of the sophisticates and cynics insisted that having elections would be a bloody fool's errand.

David Limbaugh | February 04, 2005

One integral theme emerged from the Democratic response to President Bush's State of the Union address: the party's underestimation of the American people to solve their own problems and to see through liberal rhetoric.

Mona Charen | February 04, 2005

Speaking at Harvard recently, Bill Moyers, a preacher in the Church of Unreconstructed Liberalism, painstakingly constructed a straw man and then bashed it to pieces.

Oliver North | February 04, 2005

On a flight to the West Coast last week, I was seated beside a young, apparently well-read computer wizard who offered a flattering appraisal of my reporting for FOX News while embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Rebecca Hagelin | February 04, 2005

Do you believe in the transforming power of freedom?

Chuck Colson | February 04, 2005

Every issue the president mentioned was directly related to human freedom and human dignity.

Charles Krauthammer | February 04, 2005

If the world knows anything about George W. Bush, it is that he does what he says.

Rich Lowry | February 04, 2005

Do we as a society prefer sick or healthy babies? Do we want babies to be infected with a potentially deadly virus or not?

Larry Kudlow | February 04, 2005

President Bush was strong and steadfast as he delivered his State of the Union plans to fiscally restructure the economy and press ahead with his foreign-policy vision of democratization and freedom.

Thu, Feb 03, 2005

Ann Coulter | February 03, 2005

In one of the grandest events in the history of the world, millions of Iraqis risked death on Sunday to vote in a free, democratic election.

Larry Elder | February 03, 2005

The following euphoria was brought to you by President George W. Bush.

Mike Adams | February 03, 2005

Your attorney?s determination that your policies concerning student activities 'had not been interpreted and applied consistently throughout the College' was certainly correct.

Suzanne Fields | February 03, 2005

Now a new kind of fame brings Michael Crichton to Washington to speak to policy wonks.

Debra J. Saunders | February 03, 2005

The ad that ran in Daily Variety last week -- signed by the usual members of the 'entertainment community,' including Ed Asner, Danny Glover and Mike Farrell -- asked Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to sign Senate Bill 60, a bill to allow illegal immigrants to obtain California driver's licenses.

Emmett Tyrrell | February 03, 2005

It has conferred this year's Worst Book of the Year award on an author who has become a revered American institution.

John McCaslin | February 03, 2005

Our 'Dramamine' column item from earlier this week - that it costs just about the same for an 80-year-old American to live out his or her days on a luxury cruise ship ($230,497) as in an assisted-living facility ($228,075) - generated considerable response.

Robert Novak | February 03, 2005

Afghanistan, portrayed as a victory in the U.S. war against terror, is a disaster in the war against drugs.

Ross Mackenzie | February 03, 2005

Perhaps four words - resolve, courage, sacrifice and extraordinary - best define the outcome of the elections in Iraq.

Alan Reynolds | February 03, 2005

Federal regulation of business is often described naively, as if regulations were intended to rein in companies rather than bail them out.

Marvin Olasky | February 03, 2005

George W. Bush and James Dobson are both gutsy guys willing to take on terrorists or those who terrorize American culture.

Wed, Feb 02, 2005

Michelle Malkin | February 02, 2005

Cry me a river. Michael Jackson's father is blaming -- what else? -- American "racism" for his ghoulish son's persistent legal and personal problems.

Walter E. Williams | February 02, 2005

Suppose a speaker said that sickle cell anemia is genetically determined and occurs almost exclusively among blacks.

Brent Bozell | February 02, 2005

Sunday's elections in Iraq were glorious for Americans who relish the concept of freedom somewhere, anywhere in the Arab world.

Jonah Goldberg | February 02, 2005

All I can say for certain is that I am no longer capable of being shocked by the left's and the mainstream media's capacity to shove pegs of any shape into the round hole of Vietnam.

Mike Adams | February 02, 2005

Needless to say, all of these distractions got me thinking about the decline of Western civilization. So, I decided to go home early and start again tomorrow.

Cal Thomas | February 02, 2005

After discussing the upcoming State of the Union address, President Bush and Cal Thomas covered a wide range of subjects.

Terry Jeffrey | February 02, 2005

When I was a boy growing up in California we called them 'mud puddles.' If they grew large enough, grown ups called it 'flooding.'

Linda Chavez | February 02, 2005

The United Nations has become a largely irrelevant, if not positively destructive institution, and the just-released U.N. report on the atrocities in Darfur, Sudan, proves the point.

Kathleen Parker | February 02, 2005

As the world watched millions of Iraqis walk miles to vote, in some cases stepping over puddles of blood left by suicide bombers, a glum John Kerry appeared on 'Meet the Press' and urged Americans not to 'overhype' Iraq's elections.

Joel Mowbray | February 02, 2005

Anti-Muslim bias had nothing to do the killing of the Armanious family; they were Coptic Christians. It wasn?t the religion of the victims that concerned the press; it was the religion of the suspected murderers.

Chuck Colson | February 02, 2005

Once again, evangelicals are on the cover of Time magazine. And once again, this represents both an opportunity and a danger.

Tue, Feb 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | February 01, 2005

Remember all the political outcries that the Iraqi elections should be postponed because it would be impossible to hold elections with terrorism rampant throughout the country?

Star Parker | February 01, 2005

President Bush pitched Social Security reform, his priority issue going into his second term, to a group of black pastors convened at the White House this past week.

David Limbaugh | February 01, 2005

Ted Kennedy's contemptible foreign policy speech deliberately timed just prior to the Iraqi election was bad enough.

Dennis Prager | February 01, 2005

Since I was an adolescent, I have been preoccupied with evil: specifically, why people engage in it and why other people refuse to acknowledge its existence.

Debra J. Saunders | February 01, 2005

After the -- all bow -- international community warned that Middle Easterners could not govern themselves, millions of Iraqis braved the threat of violence Sunday to go out to the polls and participate in their country's first free election in almost 50 years.

Matt Towery | February 01, 2005

Why does the Super Bowl so captivate America's attention? With the game coming up this weekend in Jacksonville, Fla., it might be worthwhile to share some thoughts on the matter with readers across the nation.

Armstrong Williams | February 01, 2005

Faith has long been an integral part of the president?s life.

Jack Kemp | February 01, 2005

I suspect I was like millions of people Sunday, glued to the television watching the people of Iraq braving mortars and suicide bombers to vote in the first elections in that country in a half-century.

John McCaslin | February 01, 2005

Late one evening, the author recalls, Nancy Reagan called family friend and campaign aide Nancy Reynolds in New Hampshire to make sure that her husband 'was in bed and asleep.'

Mon, Jan 31, 2005

Mike Adams | January 31, 2005

When I first heard your college had prevented a Christian student group from showing the film The Passion of the Christ by Mel Gibson, I was taken aback.

Cal Thomas | January 31, 2005

There was a time not long ago in the United States when Republicans and Democrats shared a common hope: the liberation of oppressed people.

Suzanne Fields | January 31, 2005

Hillary Clinton changes images with the quickness of Madonna. Like the Queen of Pop, she provokes and reacts, rethinks and reforms, pushes at hot buttons and then cools off with a dip in the mainstream.

Diana West | January 31, 2005

For liberty's sake, it is the Boxer Democrats who should be diminished in the eyes of the world -- and particularly the world's women. Will they notice?

Phyllis Schlafly | January 31, 2005

When it comes to determining child custody, however, sexism is the rule.

Frank Gaffney | January 31, 2005

he truth is, whether we like it or not, the United States cannot exit the global war being waged against us by Islamofascist terrorists and their allies, any more than we can stop the world and get off it.

Larry Kudlow | January 31, 2005

It?s not even remotely as important as the Iraqi election, but the New York Times?s impoverished coverage of the latest reading on U.S. gross domestic product deserves a mention.

John Leo | January 31, 2005

Hillary Clinton is likely to be the 2008 Democratic presidential nominee because she is so much smarter than her rivals now on the horizon.

Joel Mowbray | January 31, 2005

Bush?s Christian base uneasy as second term starts

Robert Novak | January 31, 2005

A prominent financier who has been a stalwart of Democratic fund-raising the past half-century told me last week his patience has been exhausted.

Sun, Jan 30, 2005

Paul Jacob | January 30, 2005

It's an occupational hazard, really, the hazard of representing 'the people' while being set off from them by the very job one holds. One comes to believe that whatever makes one's job easier, or more stable, is what's 'good for the people.'

Larry Kudlow | January 30, 2005

Go back and reread Bush's second inaugural speech.

George Will | January 30, 2005

In his inaugural address, which was largely about America's stance toward the world, President Bush's reference to the Homestead Act was tantalizingly tangential:

Robert Novak | January 30, 2005

In contrast to the blase attitude among many Republican movers and shakers, George W. Bush is described by political associates as energized about Social Security reform to a degree not matched on any other domestic issue.