Sun, Mar 20, 2005

Debra J. Saunders | March 20, 2005

Last month, when syndicated columnist Susan Estrich went public with her feud with Los Angeles Times Editorial Page Editor Michael Kinsley for not running enough columns by women and local writers, she put the gender card back on the table.

Paul Jacob | March 20, 2005

To allow oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge or not? It is an easy question for Senator John F. Kerry . . . because he's magic!

George Will | March 20, 2005

With Republicans inclined to change Senate rules to make filibusters of judicial nominees impossible, Democrats have recklessly given Republicans an additional incentive to do so.

Sat, Mar 19, 2005

Doug Giles | March 19, 2005

Yes, if you follow the life of Jesus as lined out in the scripture, you?ll quickly see that the majority of his ministry went down outside of formal religious buildings filled with proper religious people.

Caroline Glick | March 19, 2005

During the course of his negotiations with Damascus-based Palestinian terror masters in Cairo this week, PA chieftain Mahmoud Abbas made two revealing statements.

Robert Novak | March 19, 2005

Analysts at the Republican National Committee (RNC) have sent this warning to the House of Representatives:

Fri, Mar 18, 2005

Brent Bozell | March 18, 2005

It's too bad John Kerry never had the courage to take on Hollywood as a presidential candidate.

David Limbaugh | March 18, 2005

It's time we call political correctness what it is: a liberal code of thought, speech and conduct. Anyone who thinks conservatives are behind any of this lunacy is either uninformed or being dishonest.

Mona Charen | March 18, 2005

The day is not far distant when I will not understand a word my children say. As it is, I'm moderately fluent in kid-speak, but losing ground all the time.

Oliver North | March 18, 2005

Last week, Iran's "mullah-President" Mohammad Khatami visited Caracas to ink some deals with Venezuela's socialist-President Hugo Chavez.

Rebecca Hagelin | March 18, 2005

I?ve previously written about how MTV seeks to manipulate America?s children and how broadcast networks are targeting America?s youth. Just thought you might want to know it ain?t getting? any better.

Rich Tucker | March 18, 2005

Well, that didn?t take very long. Comparatively.

Charles Krauthammer | March 18, 2005

At his news conference on Wednesday, President Bush declined an invitation to claim vindication for his policy of spreading democracy in the Middle East.

Ross Mackenzie | March 18, 2005

Quotations ripe for picking in a garden of topical items..

John McCaslin | March 18, 2005

There was further cause for celebration at Tuesday evening's relaunch of Washington Flyer magazine at the Palette Restaurant.

Thu, Mar 17, 2005

Ann Coulter | March 17, 2005

How many people have to die before the country stops humoring feminists?

Larry Elder | March 17, 2005

Thirty-five percent of Americans, according to a 2004 Pew Research survey, call themselves conservative, while only 22 percent call themselves liberal (43 percent call themselves moderate) -- a 3 percent increase in conservatives since 1992.

Mike Adams | March 17, 2005

Last week, the WRC decided to advertise TVM on the lighted marquee in front of the university.

Suzanne Fields | March 17, 2005

A team of teens who will be barely old enough to vote in 2008 have already opened the campaign, distributing 'Condi for president' buttons.

Emmett Tyrrell | March 17, 2005

The National Science and Technology Medals were handed out this week here in our nation's capital.

Rich Lowry | March 17, 2005

Your 8-year-old son who has trouble reading or little interest in picking up a book could benefit from the Larry Summers controversy.

Marvin Olasky | March 17, 2005

Before Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling agreed to testify before Congress about steroid use in baseball, he decided to testify to the world about Christ.

Alan Reynolds | March 17, 2005

Proponents of unlimited increases in taxes and spending stumbled on a rhetorical gimmick for blaming President Bush for the foibles of his Democratic predecessors.

Robert Novak | March 17, 2005

Until Jan. 18, nobody dreamed of comparing Bob Taft to Mitch Daniels.

Wed, Mar 16, 2005

Michelle Malkin | March 16, 2005

With freedom on the move across the Middle East and beyond, aggrieved anti-war protesters here in the United States have nothing better to do this weekend than what they have always done: stand in the way.

Walter E. Williams | March 16, 2005

Virtually all academic literature on sex, IQ and aptitude reach the conclusion that there are differences between men and women.

Brent Bozell | March 16, 2005

Few have a better understanding of the liberal media elite than Ari Fleischer, who spent several years deflecting the daily barrage of arrogant and accusatory media questions as the first White House press secretary under President Bush.

Jonah Goldberg | March 16, 2005

Wisconsin is considering allowing the hunting of cats. Not cougars or mountain lions or tigers on the loose but putty-tats: Sylvester the cat. Morris the cat. Garfield.

Tony Blankley | March 16, 2005

For decades, seekers of peace and democracy for the Emerald Isle have believed the fiction that one could deal with Sinn Fein as a legitimate democratic political party separate from the terrorist Irish Republican Army.

Cal Thomas | March 16, 2005

Did you know there is too much opinion and not enough reporting of the facts in the news you're getting?

Terry Jeffrey | March 16, 2005

Every year, the Social Security Administration consigns up to 9 million hopelessly inaccurate W-2 reports to Social Security limbo.

Ben Shapiro | March 16, 2005

Perhaps judicial review wasn't such a great idea after all.

Linda Chavez | March 16, 2005

The American labor movement is in a mess, and the current leadership doesn't seem to have a clue what to do about it.

Diana West | March 16, 2005

Their rally was bigger than our rally. I?m talking about Lebanon: Hezbollah?s pro-Syria rally this week was bigger than the opposition parties? anti-Syria rallies.

Joel Mowbray | March 16, 2005

Now she?s taking the fight to the courtroom.

Tue, Mar 15, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 15, 2005

Back in the 1980s a White House staffer told about a revealing incident on Capitol Hill.

Star Parker | March 15, 2005

Columbia professor Jeffrey Sachs intends to cut world poverty in half. He outlines his plan in a cover story in this past week's Time magazine.

David Limbaugh | March 15, 2005

Absent a further court order, Terri Schiavo's feeding tube will be removed on Friday, and she will starve -- painfully, many say -- to death.

Dennis Prager | March 15, 2005

Some Jews and Christians object to the term ?Judeo-Christian.? How can there be Judeo-Christian values, they argue, when Judaism and Christianity differ?

Debra J. Saunders | March 15, 2005

News accounts reported that the tragic death had increased anger toward America and toward Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi for sending 3,000 troops to Iraq.

Matt Towery | March 15, 2005

The most recent approval-ratings slide suffered by President George W. Bush saw him dip a bit to around 50 percent. Political observers should be careful not to read too much into this minor decline in popularity.

Bruce Bartlett | March 15, 2005

Growing nervousness in the bond market may be signaling an end to the free lunch Americans have enjoyed for the last three years, where foreigners have essentially financed our budget deficit.

Herman Cain | March 15, 2005

There are three dirty little secrets congressional Democrats don't want you to know about Social Security.

Chuck Colson | March 15, 2005

Whenever people are acting in ways that are hard to understand, it?s tempting to say they?re simply foolish. But the truth is often much deeper.

Mon, Mar 14, 2005

Michael Barone | March 14, 2005

What do Democrats want? Many answers, or partial answers, can be found in the 90th anniversary issue of the New Republic.

Cal Thomas | March 14, 2005

Here we go again! A 'core group' of 'influential' evangelical leaders is about to try to address "global warming" using political weapons.

Suzanne Fields | March 14, 2005

George W. Bush is standing taller, he speaks with greater confidence and puts the right emphasis on his words.

Phyllis Schlafly | March 14, 2005

Five activist justices (not even nine) just imposed their personal social preference on every American voter, state legislator, congressman, and juror.

Rich Lowry | March 14, 2005

Ward Churchill, the University of Colorado professor who called the victims of 9/11 'little Eichmanns,' is a sign of our times.

John Leo | March 14, 2005

Do men earn more money than women in comparable jobs with comparable responsibility?

Robert Novak | March 14, 2005

It was John Bolton, under secretary of state for arms control and international security whose nomination last week as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations shocked the liberal foreign policy establishment.

Jack Kemp | March 14, 2005

Frequently in the heat of a legislative battle it is useful to step back to gain perspective on the larger political environs.

Armstrong Williams | March 14, 2005

'?Please, please be fair,' Michael Jackson pleaded during a telephone conversation I had with the pop star months ago.

George Will | March 14, 2005

Davis' Committee for the Dissemination of Great Messages to Kids is shoving its oar into the steroids controversy tardily.

Sun, Mar 13, 2005

Paul Jacob | March 13, 2005

In this time of mindless speculation about 2008's presidential candidates, I remain untroubled by the fact that no one has mentioned my name.