Sun, Feb 27, 2005

Brent Bozell | February 27, 2005

Hollywood has long defended the production of what many find offensive, dark and twisted programming by insisting it is providing only that which is demanded by the 'market.'

Doug Giles | February 27, 2005

My initial stab at the college life contained all the reflection and forethought of the dude I saw on Cops the other night.

Paul Jacob | February 27, 2005

This kind of thinking cuts to the heart of American freedom, cuts to the heart and kills. Apparently, many young people readying themselves for adulthood are also readying themselves to live under tyranny.

George Will | February 27, 2005

In this city of histrionic architecture, the building that matters most may be the bland, low-slung headquarters of the Southern Nevada Water Authority.

Armstrong Williams | February 27, 2005

Corporations and parishioners are increasingly coming together to spread the word of God and make money.

Sat, Feb 26, 2005

Rich Tucker | February 26, 2005

Things just seem to look different through the eyes of The New York Times.

Robert Novak | February 26, 2005

When Congress returns Monday from its Presidents' Day recess, President Bush's proposed Social Security revision may face its first tests in the Senate Budget Committee.

Fri, Feb 25, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | February 25, 2005

Maine State Rep. Brian Duprey introduced an unusual piece of legislation this month.

David Limbaugh | February 25, 2005

I have always considered Hillary Clinton a formidable politician, but I haven't really feared a Hillary presidency because I haven't thought she was electable. I'm not quite as sure anymore.

Mona Charen | February 25, 2005

Second Lt. Ilario Pantano was making a six-figure income as an energy trader with Goldman Sachs in New York when the World Trade Center was attacked.

Oliver North | February 25, 2005

Two weeks ago, the mainstream media were chasing after Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on her whirlwind debutante tour of Europe, commenting on her elegant ensembles and disarming smile.

Jacob Sullum | February 25, 2005

Judging from the concerns she expressed during oral arguments in Kelo v. New London, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is not inclined to impose limits on the ability of local governments to reassign property rights in the name of economic development.

Rebecca Hagelin | February 25, 2005

It felt more like a juvenile detention center during lockdown than lunchtime in my neighborhood public middle school.

Larry Kudlow | February 25, 2005

President Bush?s moral-high-ground, idea-driven foreign policy was well represented in an uber-speech he delivered in Brussels and throughout his trip to Old and New Europe this week.

Kathleen Parker | February 25, 2005

What? Washington liberated the slaves, right?

Charles Krauthammer | February 25, 2005

On Sunday, Feb. 20, Israel crossed two Rubicons. The Cabinet decided once and for all to withdraw from Gaza and dismantle 25 settlements -- 21 in Gaza and 4 in the upper West Bank.

Thu, Feb 24, 2005

Ann Coulter | February 24, 2005

Is there a website where I can go to and find out how the Democrats want me to feel about gay people on a moment-to-moment basis?

Walter E. Williams | February 24, 2005

On Jan. 20, 2005, J.P. Morgan Chase announced that it had completed research to determine whether it had any links to slavery.

Larry Elder | February 24, 2005

'60 Minutes' strikes again. Earlier this month, the program broadcast a segment on international, 'transracial' (black/white) adoptions involving American-born babies.

Mike Adams | February 24, 2005

Good morning students! Welcome to our ?senior seminar for college-bound students? at Springfield High School. My name is Dr. Obvious.

Cal Thomas | February 24, 2005

The Bush Administration would have us believe that most illegal immigrants (or 'undocumented workers' in the lingo of political correctness) are merely looking for a better life and taking only those jobs that Americans do not want.

Suzanne Fields | February 24, 2005

If George W. had lost in November, the neocons and the foreign-policy initiatives they espoused, specifically taking the war on terror to Iraq, would have been blamed. Big time, as Dick Cheney would say.

George Will | February 24, 2005

In an American city, as in Baghdad, which is about the size of Chicago, the key to policing against violence is intelligence and other cooperation from a population that trusts the police.

Joel Mowbray | February 24, 2005

The Center that honored 'little Eichmanns' book from Colorado professor is sponsored by mainstays of the American left.

Marvin Olasky | February 24, 2005

OK, black and white folks, Black History Month is nearly over. Have you talked with anyone this month about past and present racial issues?

John McCaslin | February 24, 2005

When Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was a little girl - about the same time that one of her classmates was killed in the infamous 1963 Birmingham church bombing - she was photographed by her father, John, in front of the White house.

Robert Novak | February 24, 2005

When Gen. Omar Halleslevens was installed Monday in Managua as chief of the Nicaraguan army, the U.S. government was represented by a mere major at the change-of-command ceremony.

Ross Mackenzie | February 24, 2005

A random walk among issues currently in the news. . . .

Wed, Feb 23, 2005

Michelle Malkin | February 23, 2005

Have you heard of 'cutting'? If you're a parent, you'd better read up.

Walter E. Williams | February 23, 2005

President Bush's call to allow Americans to take a portion of the money they pay as Social Security taxes to set up private retirement accounts has to be a good idea. Why?

Brent Bozell | February 23, 2005

The New York Times seems highly upset that anyone would question the existence or objectivity of what they call the Public Broadcasting 'Service.'

Jonah Goldberg | February 23, 2005

I have a request to make of William Rehnquist, Bob Dole, Henry Kissinger, Robert Bork, George Bush Sr., Al Haig and a host of other Washington graybeards.

Tony Blankley | February 23, 2005

There is a high likelihood that Social Security reform will be passed within a year.

Terry Jeffrey | February 23, 2005

Before lawmakers in Florida allow Terri Schiavo, a mentally disabled woman who is fed through a tube, to be starved and dehydrated to death, they ought to take a careful look at the 2000 Census.

Ben Shapiro | February 23, 2005

Quick quiz: which of these two statements do you find more offensive?

Linda Chavez | February 23, 2005

What does it profit a man if he gains the whole world but loses his soul?

Paul Jacob | February 23, 2005

We think of the words of Jefferson and Franklin and Madison when we think of the founders. However, we think of Washington's actions. Washington held power and handed it back to the people.

Kathleen Parker | February 23, 2005

Revelations this past weekend that author Doug Wead secretly taped conversations with his close friend, President George W. Bush, for use in a book reveal less about the president than they do about Wead and our culture.

Tue, Feb 22, 2005

Thomas Sowell | February 22, 2005

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

Mike Adams | February 22, 2005

Recently, I received a letter from two third-year law students at Gonzaga University (GU) School of Law.

Star Parker | February 22, 2005

It didn't take long for Howard Dean, the new Democratic National Committee chairman, to show his credentials as a graduate of the Trent Lott school of racial sensitivity training.

Dennis Prager | February 22, 2005

With the decline of the authority of Judeo-Christian values in the West, many people stopped looking to external sources of moral standards in order to decide what is right and wrong.

Matt Towery | February 22, 2005

Who runs the planet Earth? Is it the United Nations or the White House? A particular somebody or something, or no one at all?

Chuck Colson | February 22, 2005

To suggest that gays should change their behavior as a means of AIDS prevention is labeled "homophobia." But now gay activists see the need for a change as well.

Mon, Feb 21, 2005

Michael Barone | February 21, 2005

Sometimes a decision made in the heat of partisan battle has reverberations for years to come.

Cal Thomas | February 21, 2005

Prior to the 9/11 terror attacks, few in government or the media took seriously the numerous warning signs.

Suzanne Fields | February 21, 2005

This was my first trip back to Spain since my student days, when it was the third country on the sophomore tour of Europe.

Diana West | February 21, 2005

It was just a coincidence that 'Eurabia: The Euro-Arab Axis' appeared in the mail the same day a New York Times article on the subject of Eurabia landed on the doorstep.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 21, 2005

Americans pride themselves on being a nation of laws, not of men, so here are some suggestions for our government to faithfully enforce our laws.

Rich Lowry | February 21, 2005

Human-rights activists say they will wage an assault on the nomination of John Negroponte as national intelligence director based on the former ambassador's service in Latin America in the 1980s.

Jack Kemp | February 21, 2005

It's not surprising that the world's richest man came down from the Alps pessimistic.

John Leo | February 21, 2005

Most people realize that the news media do not just report. They frame and package the news.

Robert Novak | February 21, 2005

A multi-billion dollar bailout for a troubled aircraft manufacturer entangled with a senior government official trying to place her brother in the defense industry confirms President Dwight D. Eisenhower's warning of the military-industrial complex.

Joel Mowbray | February 21, 2005

What has Fox?s hit TV show '24' done to prompt TV Guide to report '24 in Hot Water' and Entertainment Weekly to ask, 'Has ?24? Gone Too Far?'?

Sun, Feb 20, 2005

Rich Tucker | February 20, 2005

If you leave a fox in charge of the henhouse, don?t expect many eggs.

George Will | February 20, 2005

It was a marriage made in heaven, as this politics-saturated city probably understands heaven. Rod Blagojevich, the future governor, met his future wife at a fund-raiser for her father, the alderman from the 33rd Ward for 30 years now.

Larry Kudlow | February 20, 2005

One of the defining characteristics of the presidency of George W. Bush has been that he says what he means, and means what he says.