Sun, Mar 27, 2005

Michael Barone | March 27, 2005

A lot of sophisticated people are clucking at the actions of Congress and George W. Bush that attempted to save the life of Terri Schiavo.

Paul Jacob | March 27, 2005

Term limits aren't just for the U.S. President and legislatures in 15 states. They deserve to be extended. Even to the Supreme Court.

George Will | March 27, 2005

Things have a grand scale out here. The Nuclear Test Site adjacent to this mountain is bigger than Rhode Island but smaller than Nellis Air Force Base, which also is adjacent.

Sat, Mar 26, 2005

Oliver North | March 26, 2005

Yet on Easter Sunday in Iraq and Afghanistan, where our troops brave these dangers daily, tens of thousands of young Americans will attend Resurrection services, where they will pray for their enemies.

Doug Giles | March 26, 2005

The unfeigned faith of Christians has always had four common characteristics that bettered the Church and constructively altered culture.

Caroline Glick | March 26, 2005

Last June, during a NATO summit in Istanbul, President George W. Bush blamed the dictatorial rulers of the Arab world and their supporters for the culture of extremism that engenders terrorism and hatred of the West.

Robert Novak | March 26, 2005

Eight of the District of Columbia City Council's 13 members want to disinvite George W. Bush from throwing out the first ball when Major League Baseball returns to Washington April 14 for the first time since 1971.

Fri, Mar 25, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 25, 2005

Liberals have repeatedly used the talking point of how many judges have heard the case of Terri Schiavo. But that is as misleading as most of the rest of what they and the mainstream media have been saying.

Brent Bozell | March 25, 2005

Parents across America should thank Time magazine for putting the issue of indecency in broadcast and cable television front and center this week.

David Limbaugh | March 25, 2005

Terri Schiavo's medical condition is in dispute, she left no living will, we don't know her present wishes, and yet the courts are ordering that her husband has the right to kill her?

Mona Charen | March 25, 2005

While Harvard's President Larry Summers turns slowly on a spit over a faculty campfire for engaging in thoughtcrime, another Ivy League leader is dipping his toe into controversial waters.

Rich Tucker | March 25, 2005

Maybe it?s time for me to stop writing a column. After all, I can?t write with the best of them.

Kathleen Parker | March 25, 2005

The oddest charge among the many that found space in print and on airwaves was that the Terri Schiavo case was 'political.'

Thu, Mar 24, 2005

Ann Coulter | March 24, 2005

So how about a Republican governor sending in the National Guard to stop an innocent American woman from being starved to death in Florida?

Thomas Sowell | March 24, 2005

People who say that the government has no business interfering in a private decision like removing Terri Schiavo's feeding tube somehow have no problem with a squad of policemen preventing her parents (or anyone else) from giving their daughter food or water.

Larry Elder | March 24, 2005

At a recent White House press conference, New York Times reporter Elisabeth Bumiller called Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, Bush's nominee for president of the World Bank, 'a chief architect of one of the most unpopular wars in our history.'

Mike Adams | March 24, 2005

As I get older, letters like yours bother me more and more, though I think there is hope in your situation. I want to start by thanking you for your letter and for the enclosure - as disturbing as it was.

Neal Boortz | March 24, 2005

I?m on the opposite side of this issue from Rush, Hannity, Liddy and most of my not-liberal talk radio colleagues.

Cal Thomas | March 24, 2005

Washington, D.C., is about to experience professional baseball for the first time in more than three decades when the Washington Nationals debut in two weeks.

Suzanne Fields | March 24, 2005

Death is a complicated process that sometimes tiptoes into the body, speaking in whispers, barely audible, quiet as a Buddha in meditation.

Debra J. Saunders | March 24, 2005

I've heard the clamor as to why Terri Schiavo must die. No one, it is said, would want to live like her. Her parents, Robert and Mary Schindler, are religious fanatics.

Emmett Tyrrell | March 24, 2005

The president is out on the hustings. Yes, he remains on the campaign trail.

Alan Reynolds | March 24, 2005

One of the strangest arguments against voluntary personal accounts is the claim that those who choose such accounts will earn a lower rate of return than those who do not.

Ross Mackenzie | March 24, 2005

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

George Will | March 24, 2005

Nuclear waste is stored at 125 above-ground -- inherently temporary and insecure -- sites located in 39 states, mostly near rivers, lakes and seacoasts, and within 75 miles of 161 million Americans.

Robert Novak | March 24, 2005

When the case of Terri Schiavo came to Washington in what appears to be the last stages of that poor woman's life, it evoked passion contrasting with the usual political play-acting in the nation's capital.

Rich Lowry | March 24, 2005

Howard Dean rolled into red-state Tennessee during Holy Week and promptly quoted Scripture twice.

Larry Kudlow | March 24, 2005

Does anyone seriously doubt that Cheney is the most qualified person, in either party, to be our next president?

Marvin Olasky | March 24, 2005

Passover and Easter are upon us, and so is a book with a fascinating title and audacious subtitle: David Klinghoffer's 'Why the Jews Rejected Jesus: The Turning Point in Western History'

Chuck Colson | March 24, 2005

Holy Week is the time to prepare for Easter. But it?s a mistake to rush the day. Instead, Richard John Neuhaus invites you to linger a while at the Cross.

Wed, Mar 23, 2005

Michelle Malkin | March 23, 2005

However you feel about the Terri Schiavo case, one fact is indisputable: The mainstream media coverage of the matter has been abysmal.

Walter E. Williams | March 23, 2005

Senators Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., and Rick Santorum, R-Pa., both introduced proposals to increase the minimum wage from its current $5.15 an hour.

Mike Adams | March 23, 2005

If you want to see how the diversity movement is eroding the critical thinking skills of college students, just pick up a copy of your local college newspaper.

Jonah Goldberg | March 23, 2005

A few years ago, one of my sisters-in-law came to town with two of her kids, a boy and a girl.

Tony Blankley | March 23, 2005

Perhaps the great Socrates could make the study of man a useful endeavor, but if the Schiavo case is any example, most of the rest of us don't seem up to the task.

Terry Jeffrey | March 23, 2005

A funny thing happened when the Treasury Department audited the Internal Revenue Service. It discovered that the IRS was not treating all employers equally.

Ben Shapiro | March 23, 2005

This June, the College Republican National Committee will hold its elections. And delegates will face a clear choice for chairman:

Linda Chavez | March 23, 2005

If a court can order Terri Schiavo to be slowly starved to death on the wishes of an estranged husband, who will be next?

Herman Cain | March 23, 2005

April 15th marks a national springtime ritual that has nothing to do with April flowers. It's the official due date to file our federal returns for taxes we know about and those we never see coming until after they hit us.

Chuck Colson | March 23, 2005

No one at the public university objected to the class ending with incense, candles, and prayers. After all, these weren't Christian prayers.

Charles Krauthammer | March 23, 2005

That is why this is a terrible case. The general rule of spousal supremacy leads you here to a thoroughly repulsive conclusion.

Kathleen Parker | March 23, 2005

When is a husband not a husband? That's the question that keeps scratching at the back door of the hospice where Terri Schiavo lay slowly dying of starvation through the weekend.

Tue, Mar 22, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 22, 2005

If the tragic case of Terri Schiavo shows nothing else, it shows how easily "the right to die" can become the right to kill.

Star Parker | March 22, 2005

President Bush's Social Security initiative has gotten off to a shaky start. However, polls indicate that voters are warming up to the idea of personal retirement accounts.

David Limbaugh | March 22, 2005

Just what is it that so earnestly motivates those who zealously want Terri Schiavo's feeding tube to be removed?

Dennis Prager | March 22, 2005

If you've ever heard of a Ponzi scheme -- and almost every American has -- you will surely assume that Charles Ponzi, the man after whom the scam was named, was a bad man.

Matt Towery | March 22, 2005

Don't get me wrong. All weekend I was rooting for Congress to do what it had to do in order to get Terri Schiavo back on her feeding tube.

Diana West | March 22, 2005

It's strange yet appropriate to be discussing Lebanon again, where the United States began its war on Islamic terror in 1983. Or, rather, where Islamic terror began its war against the United States.

Maggie Gallagher | March 22, 2005

As you read this, Terri Schiavo is dying of thirst, deliberately induced.

William F. Buckley | March 22, 2005

What was good was that the resources of the entire nation, so it seemed, could be aroused with only the end in mind of sparing -- more accurately, prolonging -- a single life. It was left only to mobilize the Seventh Fleet to level a thousand guns on the doctors engaged in removing the tubes from Terri Schiavo.

Rich Lowry | March 22, 2005

In response to the GOP-led congressional action intended to restore Terri Schiavo?s feeding tube, those Democrats in opposition have attacked Republican hypocrisy in the case.

Mon, Mar 21, 2005

Michael Barone | March 21, 2005

Who are the trustfunders? People with enough money not to have to work for a living, or not to have to work very hard.

Cal Thomas | March 21, 2005

Why does Terri Schiavo matter? Why has Congress made a federal case out of her situation?

Armstrong Williams | March 21, 2005

The advent of CNN and the 24-hour news cycle has created tremendous pressure on the print media to fill their pages with something?anything?to keep the readers coming back.

John Leo | March 21, 2005

I spend some of my time brooding about people who seem addicted to double standards - those who take an allegedly principled stand on a Monday, then switch firmly to the opposite principle on Tuesday.

Robert Novak | March 21, 2005

While the news media's attention last Thursday was fixed on steroids in baseball, Republican Sen. Judd Gregg of New Hampshire delivered a grim prediction on the Senate floor.

Jack Kemp | March 21, 2005

Most economists agree that free trade benefits all the parties involved eventually.

Joel Mowbray | March 21, 2005

When the defense started presenting its case recently in the civil RICO case against Big Tobacco, it was the federal government that was on the defensive.

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.