Sun, Mar 06, 2005

Brent Bozell | March 06, 2005

It was a surprise to NBC in 1992 when 'Saturday Night Live' aired pop star Sinead O'Connor ripping up a picture of Pope John Paul II and crying 'Fight the real enemy!'

Paul Jacob | March 06, 2005

The answer, I think, is simple. Bite the bullet. Privatize. To the furthest extent politically feasible. Save our retirements. Save Social Security.

Sat, Mar 05, 2005

Doug Giles | March 05, 2005

This new, conservative, young righteous rebel who is unowned, unmanipulated, unbowed, undomesticated, unapologetic and unashamed will challenge those who wish to keep people as obedient robots of the radical Left

Caroline Glick | March 05, 2005

In the history of Israel's relations with the US, there has been no precedent for the influence that Israeli Minister-without-Portfolio Natan Sharansky has had on US foreign policy.

Robert Novak | March 05, 2005

Sen. Trent Lott looked like a supporter of Rudy Giuliani's presidential ambitions when the former New York mayor visited Lott's home state of Mississippi recently.

Fri, Mar 04, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | March 04, 2005

Remember al-Qaqaa? This was the massive cache of explosives that American forces failed to secure after the fall of Saddam.

David Limbaugh | March 04, 2005

The Supreme Court's decision barring execution of murderers who commit their crime before age 18 as cruel and unusual punishment is not only fundamentally flawed, but also deeply troubling -- for more than just a few reasons.

Mona Charen | March 04, 2005

Donna Brazile is uneasy. She has noticed something highly threatening to her party, and she's sounding the alarm.

Oliver North | March 04, 2005

Despite the carping critics -- and the carnage caused by those who would rather die than see freedom flourish -- any objective observer has to conclude that George W. Bush is right.

Debra J. Saunders | March 04, 2005

So now the U.S. Supreme Court is writing decisions based on what Our Betters in Europe think is best.

Jacob Sullum | March 04, 2005

This liberalism, which requires private property, free markets and the rule of law, has little in common with the statist mutation that goes by that name in the United States.

Rich Tucker | March 04, 2005

On March 1, the Supreme Court -- by its now familiar 5-4 margin -- issued a ruling that bans states from executing anyone who was younger than 18 at the time of his crime.

Rebecca Hagelin | March 04, 2005

If you were to judge the weather based on what many teen girls are wearing, you would think the temperature outside was 1,000 degrees.

Kathleen Parker | March 04, 2005

Other people's prison sentences are like other people's pregnancies: They go so fast!

Joel Mowbray | March 04, 2005

In a sign that new Secretary of State Condi Rice is not yet ready to close the open-door visa policy for Saudis, consular chief Maura Harty was recently asked to say on indefinitely.

John McCaslin | March 04, 2005

A party on the evening of March 9 in the Buckhead section of the city to honor popular Internet blogger 'Buckhead' - otherwise known as prominent Atlanta lawyer Harry MacDougald.

Charles Krauthammer | March 04, 2005

Revolutions do not stand still. They either move forward or they die. We are at the dawn of a glorious, delicate, revolutionary moment in the Middle East.

Thu, Mar 03, 2005

Ann Coulter | March 03, 2005

It's been a tough year for Democrats. They lost the presidential election, their favorite news outlets have been abjectly humiliated, they had to sit through a smashingly successful election in Iraq, and most painfully, they had to endure unwarranted attacks on a cartoon sponge. So I understand liberals are upset.

Brent Bozell | March 03, 2005

To them, only the trumped-up liberal TV dinners of their ideology deserve to be described as 'the news.'

Larry Elder | March 03, 2005

Foxx's success is what America is all about.

Suzanne Fields | March 03, 2005

Television's reality show, the cash cow that the networks are exploiting to exhaustion, is not new. Millions of us, particularly in the blue states, watched the granddaddy of them all this week to see Hollywood's most glamorous stars get kicked off the island.

Ed Feulner | March 03, 2005

Finally, Washington is showing signs of progress. After years of partisan bickering, federal lawmakers once again may be able to mount a bipartisan effort to address real problems effectively.

Joel Mowbray | March 03, 2005

It?s official: The United Nations has become the right?s other red meat.

Alan Reynolds | March 03, 2005

New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer launched a complaint against the insurance brokerage arm of Marsh & McClellan last November with his usual flamboyant press release accusations of 'widespread corruption.'

Marvin Olasky | March 03, 2005

Who's the major figure behind the election and re-election of George W. Bush? On one level, the visionary Karl Rove. At a deeper level, a theologian most Americans have never heard of:

Robert Novak | March 03, 2005

George W. Bush, who is not prone to confessing mistakes, has confided to close associates that he committed a whopper on Social Security.

George Will | March 03, 2005

Public television is akin to the body politic's appendix: It is vestigial, purposeless and occasionally troublesome.

Ross Mackenzie | March 03, 2005

Talk about your PC. Talk about elitism and stereotypical behavior.

Wed, Mar 02, 2005

Michelle Malkin | March 02, 2005

First Lady Laura Bush is leading a new initiative 'to help America's youth overcome the danger of gang influence and involvement.'

Walter E. Williams | March 02, 2005

In the wake of the Enron and WorldCom corporate scandals, the purveyors of envy have found another opportunity to preach about what they consider the evils of high CEO salaries, retirements and bonuses.

Jonah Goldberg | March 02, 2005

The moment of "blog triumphalism" is upon us. This may sound like odd news to you, since it's entirely possible that you still don't know what a blog is.

Tony Blankley | March 02, 2005

The United States Supreme Court has struck again -- this time overturning by a 5-4 decision, all statutes that apply the death sentence to 16- and 17 year old murderers.

Terry Jeffrey | March 02, 2005

The American Civil Liberties Union argued in the Supreme Court this week that two Kentucky counties violated the First Amendment ban on Congress establishing a religion when they posted the Ten Commandments in their courthouses.

Ben Shapiro | March 02, 2005

The New York Times went gaga over the exhibit.

Linda Chavez | March 02, 2005

The Central Intelligence Agency might be the last place in Washington you'd expect political correctness to have taken root.

Kathleen Parker | March 02, 2005

While most American women obsess about the laments of frazzled mothers, a handful of their daughters at Wake Forest University are turning their attention to the study of that mysterious and often-demonized species - fathers.

Larry Kudlow | March 02, 2005

When the weaker-than-expected preliminary report on gross domestic product was first published in late January, the New York Times featured a story about it on the front page of its Saturday morning business section.

Tue, Mar 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 01, 2005

While the media have been focusing on the flap at Harvard growing out of its president's statement about the reasons for the under-representation of women in the sciences, a much worse and more revealing scandal has unfolded at the University of Seattle.

Star Parker | March 01, 2005

The sad truth about a society that becomes increasingly politicized by the day is that the principal victim is integrity. Thoughtfulness and honesty count for less and less and appearances count for more and more.

Cal Thomas | March 01, 2005

In the latest culture war battle, the Ten Commandments have reached the Supreme Court.

Dennis Prager | March 01, 2005

Do you hate evil? Much of humanity doesn't. But if you embrace Judeo-Christian values, you must.

Suzanne Fields | March 01, 2005

Larry Summers, the president of Harvard, aspires to be the Rodney Dangerfield of academe: He don't get no respect.

Matt Towery | March 01, 2005

Polling has consistently shown that the American public as a whole believes Hollywood is out of step with mainstream views in this country.

Joel Mowbray | March 01, 2005

If you watch this powerful film ? and you should ? what you won?t see is the even more incredibly true story of the man with direct culpability for the deaths of 800,000 Tutsis: now-UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.

Bruce Bartlett | March 01, 2005

On his trip to Slovakia last week, President Bush praised Prime Minister Dzurinda for the flat tax system he instituted last year.

John McCaslin | March 01, 2005

Can you explain the difference between political and consumer sovereignty?

William F. Buckley | March 01, 2005

If what was before the house was just the formal news bulletin, a famous person who had left Earth for other bournes, then OK, let him go with conventional solemnities.

Mon, Feb 28, 2005

Michael Barone | February 28, 2005

Nearly two years ago, I wrote that the liberation of Iraq was changing minds in the Middle East.

Mike Adams | February 28, 2005

Last semester, the faculty senate at the University of Alabama (UA) passed an Orwellian speech code designed to restrict 'any behavior that demeans or reduces an individual based on group affiliation or personal traits, or which promotes hate or discrimination.'

Cal Thomas | February 28, 2005

Whatever else one takes from President Bush's trip to Europe, it is obvious who's on the offense and who's playing defense.

Diana West | February 28, 2005

In gonzo we trust. This explains not only the lavishness of praise being heaped upon Hunter S. Thompson, but also the extraordinary lengths to which his appreciators -- and they are legion -- have gone to palliate his lifelong depravities.

Phyllis Schlafly | February 28, 2005

Laws granting deployed service personnel protection from legal actions at home date back decades, but they are ignored in family court.

Rich Lowry | February 28, 2005

The debate over President Bush's proposed Social Security reform is spawning new pro- and anti-groups nearly every day. The latest is Conservative Republican Seniors Against Bush.

Chuck Colson | February 28, 2005

When Harvard University descends on you like a herd of academic elephants, you know you must be doing something right.

John Leo | February 28, 2005

Question for the day: if liberalism isn?t dead, then why are autopsies performed so regularly?

Robert Novak | February 28, 2005

Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's stand against embryonic stem cell research not only changes the long-range picture for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination.

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.

Armstrong Williams | February 27, 2005

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

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.