Sun, Feb 13, 2005

Paul Jacob | February 13, 2005

In the Gambling Capital of America, Las Vegas, Nevada, a professor of economics is being hounded by the city's proud university, his employer.

Sat, Feb 12, 2005

Doug Giles | February 12, 2005

It seems that excellent and courageous kids are getting harder and harder to find nowadays.

Caroline Glick | February 12, 2005

On Thursday, for the first time, North Korea formally admitted that it possesses nuclear weapons.

Rich Tucker | February 12, 2005

Kind of like all those folks who vowed last November to move to Canada if President Bush was re-elected. Most are still here. But -- some promise -- not for long.

Kathleen Parker | February 12, 2005

There's nothing not to like about the film, which is aimed at second- through fifth-graders, and I welled up on cue at a recent screening.

Robert Novak | February 12, 2005

In the same e-mail to Sen. John Kerry's supporters announcing his presidential campaign's $1 million gift to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Kerry requests new contributions in a way that assures he personally gets the credit for the fund-raising.

Fri, Feb 11, 2005

Ann Coulter | February 11, 2005

If Ward Churchill loses his job teaching at the University of Colorado, he could end up giving Howard Dean a real run for his money to head the Democratic National Committee.

Brent Bozell | February 11, 2005

It's going to be strange saying this, but I'm going to say it nonetheless: Liberals of the world, unite!

Jonah Goldberg | February 11, 2005

If you're a liberal who's still moping like a dog whose food bowl has been moved, thanks to all the conservative victories of late, I have some words of encouragement for you: You guys are still way, way smarter than us about some things.

Mike Adams | February 11, 2005

Recently, I browsed the Marquette University website www.mu.edu and found the following mission statement:

David Limbaugh | February 11, 2005

An incident at Hudson High School in Massachusetts provides an object lesson in the occasional arrogance of liberal bias.

Mona Charen | February 11, 2005

Isn't it revealing that autocrats and dictators around the globe bother to stage phony elections in order to claim legitimacy?

Oliver North | February 11, 2005

Eason Jordan is described by CNN as the network's 'chief news executive' and the person who provides 'strategic advice to CNN's senior management team.'

Ed Feulner | February 11, 2005

A federal budget is like a cargo ship. A ship leaves port loaded with goods; a budget leaves the White House loaded with goodies.

Rebecca Hagelin | February 11, 2005

Parents, does the school your children attend feature a sex-education program that?s billed as 'abstinence-based' or 'abstinence-plus'?

Charles Krauthammer | February 11, 2005

It is now conventional wisdom that the new opening to a Middle East peace is a result of Yasser Arafat's death. This is only half true, and it misses the larger point.

Larry Kudlow | February 11, 2005

This week on CNBC?s Kudlow & Cramer I asked three influential U.S. senators about the CNN scandal regarding news executive Eason Jordan.

Thu, Feb 10, 2005

Larry Elder | February 10, 2005

Taking a break from the battle against racism, former Democratic presidential candidate and 'civil rights activist' Reverend Al Sharpton recently announced a new mission -- fighting chicken-ism.

Cal Thomas | February 10, 2005

A major reason why government has grown to the point where President Bush has submitted a record $2.57 trillion budget to Congress is that too many Americans have ceded personal responsibility to the state.

Emmett Tyrrell | February 10, 2005

Well, well, our debonair president, George W. Bush, has let the cat out of the bag.

Rich Lowry | February 10, 2005

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's just-concluded trip to Europe signals that the United States is back in the diplomacy business in earnest again.

Marvin Olasky | February 10, 2005

A journalistic scandal involving payment of thousands of dollars has received massive attention in the mainstream media. One concerning the exchange of 30 pieces of silver has not, so far.

Ross Mackenzie | February 10, 2005

One reads the report on CBS and the bogus memos - all 224 pages of it, supported by about 500 pages of exhibits - with a gathering sense of dismay.

Alan Reynolds | February 10, 2005

Do the oversized partisan newspapers really have to be so utterly, boringly predictable?

Wed, Feb 09, 2005

Thomas Sowell | February 09, 2005

Having lost the White House, both houses of Congress, and a majority of the governorships and state legislatures, the Democrats are in an ugly and desperate mood.

Michelle Malkin | February 09, 2005

One of the most common complaints I hear from our troops is that the media rarely report on the military's good deeds.

Walter E. Williams | February 09, 2005

Charity to man's fellow man is praiseworthy, and Americans are the most generous people on Earth.

Brent Bozell | February 09, 2005

It's not surprising that the biggest names in network news don't spend too much time on the nuts-and-bolts selection of national party chairmen.

Jonah Goldberg | February 09, 2005

John and Linda Dollar of Beverly Hills, Fla., are monsters. Or, to use the legalese required in these circumstances, they're monsters if they did what they've been accused of.

Tony Blankley | February 09, 2005

President Bush's State of the Union Address last Wednesday included the most audacious presidential foreign policy utterances since President Kennedy's demand that the Soviet Union remove its atomic weapons from Cuba in 1963.

Terry Jeffrey | February 09, 2005

If the Bush budget is approved as requested, we will spend far more money next year on new machines aimed at detecting radiation at our border than we will spend on additional Border Patrol agents to intercept the terrorists who might sneak across the border with the purpose of carrying out a radiological attack.

Ben Shapiro | February 09, 2005

Somebody call the waaaambulance. Realizing that they?re losing the political battle, the Democrats have fallen back on their last resort: weeping.

Linda Chavez | February 09, 2005

If a picture is worth a thousand words, the image of Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas reaching across the table to clasp hands with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon speaks volumes.

Bruce Bartlett | February 09, 2005

At long last, we are finally starting to get some meaningful details about President Bush's Social Security reform proposal.

Chuck Colson | February 09, 2005

Most of us know intuitively that the differences between men and women are more than skin deep, but some are continuing to deny the obvious.

Larry Kudlow | February 09, 2005

The mainstream media has already wasted reams of newspaper, not to mention thousands of trees, in trying to decide whether or not President Bush?s budget proposal is a deficit-reducer.

Kathleen Parker | February 09, 2005

In the 1998 movie 'Soldier,' Sgt. Todd is talking to the woman who nursed him back to health when she asks: 'What are you going to do?'

Armstrong Williams | February 09, 2005

There has been lots of talk about how the legacy of this administration will be tied to the success of Iraq.

Tue, Feb 08, 2005

Thomas Sowell | February 08, 2005

To me the most staggering thing about the long history of slavery -- which encompassed the entire world and every race in it -- is that nowhere before the 18th century was there any serious question raised about whether slavery was right or wrong.

Mike Adams | February 08, 2005

Hi Roger! As you may know, I often post my responses to hate mail like yours on my website, www.DrAdams.org.

Star Parker | February 08, 2005

Democratic leaders Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi don't seem to grasp the wisdom of learning from mistakes.

David Limbaugh | February 08, 2005

When we understand that our liberties depend on the sophisticated scheme of institutional limitations the Framers of the Constitution imposed on the federal government, we will grasp the urgency of the message of Mark Levin's new book, 'Men in Black.'

Dennis Prager | February 08, 2005

Would you first save the dog you love or a stranger if both were drowning? The answer depends on your value system.

Matt Towery | February 08, 2005

For Super Bowl week, we at InsiderAdvantage decided to mix the pastime sport of football with the blood sport of politics for our latest public opinion survey.

Rich Lowry | February 08, 2005

The Bush administration is set to take on one of the great scandals of American governance: a system of farm subsidies so perverse that it should get whatever the equivalent of an NC-17 rating is for a federal program.

Larry Kudlow | February 08, 2005

The good news is that current newsmakers Eason Jordan, Howard Dean, and Condi Rice have virtually nothing in common.

John Leo | February 08, 2005

Could the recent flap over comments by Harvard President Lawrence Summers about women and science have ended differently?

John McCaslin | February 08, 2005

'Why is it that whenever I see you I have the urge to remove my jacket and shoes?' Greenberg, a frequent flyer if there ever was one, asked the TSA official.

Mon, Feb 07, 2005

Michael Barone | February 07, 2005

George W. Bush -- clumsily in the view of his critics, but with confidence self-evident to those who watched his State of the Union with clear eyes -- sets out to transform America and the world. And is succeeding.

Cal Thomas | February 07, 2005

Are cartoon characters such as SpongeBob SquarePants and Buster the Rabbit (who are, according to some critics, promoting homosexuality) threats to the 'traditional family'?

Phyllis Schlafly | February 07, 2005

The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea was a terrible idea when then-President Reagan refused to sign it in 1982 and fired the State Department staff who helped negotiate it.

Jack Kemp | February 07, 2005

President Bush has said that progress for African-Americans - for all Americans - requires a healthy, growing economy.

Robert Novak | February 07, 2005

Sen. Charles Schumer of New York, intensely ambitious and partisan, was uncharacteristically caught off balance.

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.