Sun, Apr 03, 2005

Paul Jacob | April 03, 2005

Though March is gone, the madness of the NCAA basketball tournament continues this weekend with the Final Four. Yet, lost in all that fun madness is this scandal: According to the University of Illinois, some Fighting Illini fans are more important than others.

Charles Krauthammer | April 03, 2005

Precisely at the moment the West most desperately needed it, we were sent a champion.

George Will | April 03, 2005

In 1981 three of the world's largest figures -- Ronald Reagan, Anwar Sadat and John Paul II -- were shot. History would have taken an altered course if Sadat had not been the only one killed.

Sat, Apr 02, 2005

Brent Bozell | April 02, 2005

It's a sign of our times, in more ways than one. ABC ended its Palm Sunday or Easter Sunday tradition of airing the classic 1956 film 'The Ten Commandments' since its length might cut into the network's big, depraved hit 'Desperate Housewives.'

Doug Giles | April 02, 2005

Throughout history, the Christians who have rocked Satan?s world by evangelism and establishing the good society have been people who:

Caroline Glick | April 02, 2005

Although attention in Israel has been obsessively focused on our internal debate over the legitimacy and morality of Sharon's plan, the real story is what is happening on the Palestinian side of the tracks.

Rich Tucker | April 02, 2005

On March 27, some 100,000 fans packed a stadium in Mexico City to watch a game between Mexico and the United States. That?s not really news.

Robert Novak | April 02, 2005

Close supporters of Democratic Rep. Patrick Kennedy tipped off his Wednesday announcement that he would not run for the U.S. Senate from Rhode Island.

Fri, Apr 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | April 01, 2005

'This is your eyewitness news team, reporting from the big, posh April Fools' Day party at the Dewdrop Inn out at Moot Point, overlooking Dyer Straits. Everybody who is anybody is here.'

Jonah Goldberg | April 01, 2005

The bad news is that a new United Nations report says the world's coming to an end.

David Limbaugh | April 01, 2005

It is just possible, contrary to my original thoughts, that the tragic Schiavo case will not usher in a slippery slope toward euthanasia.

Mona Charen | April 01, 2005

The President's Commission on (deep breath) Intelligence Capabilities of the United States Regarding Weapons of Mass Destruction has issued its report...

Pat Buchanan | April 01, 2005

Terri Schiavo is dead. She did not die a natural death, unless you believe a court order to cut off food and water to a disabled woman until she dies of starvation and thirst is natural.

Ed Feulner | April 01, 2005

That's a question I've been asked often lately. From opponents to allies, left to right, enquiring minds want to know.

Rebecca Hagelin | April 01, 2005

I have a little dilemma. Somehow, I've got to tell my kids that they can expect to be ripped off of a substantial amount of the money they?ll earn.

Kathleen Parker | April 01, 2005

With Terri Schiavo's death, we can look forward to weeks, months and possibly years of discussion about what we've learned from this sad, tragic, depressing and sometimes embarrassing travail.

Rich Lowry | April 01, 2005

The commission studying the intelligence failures that produced disastrously flawed estimates of Iraq's weapons-of-mass-destruction capabilities has finally produced its report, and it's devastating.

Charles Krauthammer | April 01, 2005

The rapid evacuation and collapse of the Syrian position in Lebanon is crucial not just because of what it will do for Lebanon, but because of the weakening effect it will have on the Assad dictatorship.

Thu, Mar 31, 2005

Ann Coulter | March 31, 2005

On the bright side, after two weeks of TV coverage of the Terri Schiavo case, I think we have almost all liberals in America on record saying we can pull the plug on them.

Thomas Sowell | March 31, 2005

As much as I enjoy most of the messages from readers, there is no way that I can answer more than a small fraction of them.

Brent Bozell | March 31, 2005

Can nothing spare us from the arrogance of liberal media figures, still parading around as Guardians of the Facts and Solely Anointed Professional Disseminators of the Truth?

Larry Elder | March 31, 2005

Is it not possible that both sides in the Terri Schiavo case are acting in good faith?

Cal Thomas | March 31, 2005

No life is safe because every life now depends on the whims, desires, comfort level and pleasure of others.

Suzanne Fields | March 31, 2005

Dan Glickman, the puckish new president of the Motion Picture Association of America, tells how he got to walk down the red carpet on Academy Awards night in Hollywood. Nobody paid any attention to him.

Emmett Tyrrell | March 31, 2005

The level of intellect now maintained on cable news is, if possible, even lower than the level of intellect maintained throughout the rest of televisionland.

Chuck Colson | March 31, 2005

The front page of the New York Times this week presented a case study in unintended irony.

George Will | March 31, 2005

The power to tax involves, as Chief Justice John Marshall said, the power to destroy.

Robert Novak | March 31, 2005

The quiet of Easter recess on Capitol Hill was interrupted last week by stunning news that Republican leaders of the House had changed their position on allowing a vote for federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research opposed by President Bush.

Marvin Olasky | March 31, 2005

You know who they are, and they know who they are: Christian or conservative camera hogs beloved by media liberals pleased to broadcast the threatening image of right-wing would-be dictators.

Alan Reynolds | March 31, 2005

In the late '50s, some people really believed that Detroit and Big Oil had suppressed a remarkable invention -- a tablet you could drop in you car's gas tank that would let it run on water.

Wed, Mar 30, 2005

Michelle Malkin | March 30, 2005

On April Fools' Day, the American Civil Liberties Union will show us what a joke its commitment to American civil liberties really is.

Walter E. Williams | March 30, 2005

Here's my question to you: Should we be governed by good ideas?

Jonah Goldberg | March 30, 2005

Here we go again. Suddenly, conservatives, libertarians and other souls of a rightish bent are pondering whether a 'conservative crack-up' is nigh.

Star Parker | March 30, 2005

We face daily challenges at home and from abroad to our most cherished values of faith, traditional values and freedom.

Mike Adams | March 30, 2005

Recently, one of my readers wrote saying that my school, UNC-Wilmington, had the craziest feminists in the entire nation.

Tony Blankley | March 30, 2005

It's not only the top of the market old media like CBS and the New York Times that are under assault.

Cal Thomas | March 30, 2005

You'd better sit down and firmly grip your bowl of Corn Flakes while reading this shocking news: College faculties are not only mostly liberal, but lean even further to the left than conservatives have imagined.

Terry Jeffrey | March 30, 2005

How would those who have sought death for Terri Schiavo figure in the story of the Good Samaritan?

Ben Shapiro | March 30, 2005

On Monday, March 28, the Colorado Supreme Court thrust into sharp relief the battle against traditional morality being waged by both state and federal judiciaries across the nation.

Linda Chavez | March 30, 2005

As Terri Schiavo lay dying, her organs slowly mummifying from the effects of prolonged, court-ordered dehydration and starvation, the Supreme Court of the United States refused to hear an appeal from her parents that might have saved her life.

Kathleen Parker | March 30, 2005

The next-worst thing to hearing of yet another child abducted by a known molester is yet another tutorial by the newest media darling - pedophile pundit Jake Goldenflame, whose Dickensian name seems more suited to porn credits than serious commentary.

Herman Cain | March 30, 2005

The United States keeps getting further and further in a fiscal hole due to the stifling effects of the 9-million-word tax code mess, the impending insolvency of the Social Security system, and the ever-growing budget deficit, but congressional leaders won't stop digging.

Bruce Bartlett | March 30, 2005

As people work on their tax returns, they would do well to spend a couple of minutes before they finish calculating their tax rates.

Tue, Mar 29, 2005

Thomas Sowell | March 29, 2005

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

Star Parker | March 29, 2005

The Social Security and Medicare trustees have just issued their annual report on the state of these programs, and the picture is not pretty.

David Limbaugh | March 29, 2005

There is a perverted, sinister sickness in Michael Schiavo's attorney, George Felos, glamorizing Terri Schiavo's death, saying she looks 'beautiful' and is "resting comfortably.'

Dennis Prager | March 29, 2005

There are good people on both sides of the Terri Schiavo tragedy, but chances are that if you affirm Judeo-Christian values, you have opposed pulling the feeding tubes from the severely brain damaged woman's body.

Ben Shapiro | March 29, 2005

'There is no substitute for victory,' General Douglas MacArthur once stated. Now, more than ever, there is no substitute for victory.

Matt Towery | March 29, 2005

I rarely devote two consecutive columns to the same issue. But the tragic case of Terri Schiavo needs some additional light shed upon it.

Bill Murchison | March 29, 2005

Word arrives, via the Austin American-Statesman, that legislative support is gathering for the legalization of gambling in Texas.

Jack Kemp | March 29, 2005

Countries that anchor the value of their currencies to a larger, relatively stable currency, such as the dollar and the euro, are wrongly accused by many world leaders of 'manipulating' their currencies.

Bruce Bartlett | March 29, 2005

As people work on their tax returns, they would do well to spend a couple of minutes before they finish calculating their tax rates.

Mon, Mar 28, 2005

Mike Adams | March 28, 2005

After taking it easy on this beautiful Easter Sunday, I decided to check my university email account to see if there were any urgent messages. That was a big mistake.

Cal Thomas | March 28, 2005

The Terri Schiavo case has been a perfect media storm and an object lesson.

Suzanne Fields | March 28, 2005

Cautious optimism pervades the state of Israel, but "cautious" is the operative word.

Diana West | March 28, 2005

Every so often, my dad laughs about a kid he served with in the Army during World War II.

Phyllis Schlafly | March 28, 2005

The reluctance of the University of Colorado to fire professor Ward Churchill is showing the public that colleges and universities are nests of subsidized radicals.

Robert Novak | March 28, 2005

Determination high in the Bush administration to begin irreversible withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq this year is reinforced by the presence at the State Department of the most dominant secretary since Henry Kissinger three decades ago.

Rich Lowry | March 28, 2005

Denial is not just a river in Egypt, goes the saying. Indeed, it is something very important to supporters of ending Terri Schiavo's life, judging by their head-spinning evasions.

Armstrong Williams | March 28, 2005

It?s Saddam Hussein?s and Yasser Arafat?s worst nightmare: little children reading the Bible or the Koran in their homes, and adults openly discussing their religious beliefs.

John Leo | March 28, 2005

The underlying red-blue issue involves the current state of bioethics.

Jonathan Garthwaite | March 28, 2005 is going independent. That?s right. We?re free to take on the liberals with everything we?ve got.

Jack Kemp | March 28, 2005

The president has done a marvelous job of educating the public about the serious problems Social Security faces in the near future.

Larry Kudlow | March 28, 2005

Life involves suffering. Too often we forget this or don?t like to be reminded of it. But suffering and pain are as much a part of our lives as are joy and celebration.

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.