Sun, Apr 10, 2005

Paul Jacob | April 10, 2005

Dr. Tom Coburn, late of the House of Representatives, citizen of Oklahoma, now senator from his state, casts every appearance of propriety. So of course he has "ethics" troubles.

George Will | April 10, 2005

Nationally, 61.5 percent of education operational budgets reach the classrooms. Why make a fuss about 3.5 percent? Because it amounts to $13 billion.

Sat, Apr 09, 2005

Doug Giles | April 09, 2005

According to some of my tightly wound theological buddies, as a Protestant Christian, I?m not supposed to say anything favorable about a Catholic, especially ? a Pope.

Caroline Glick | April 09, 2005

Tuesday the 2004 Arab Human Development Report was released by the UN Development Project.

Robert Novak | April 09, 2005, the left-wing activist group leading the fight against Rep. Tom DeLay, has claimed there is a Republican clamor to replace him as House majority leader that does not actually exist.

Fri, Apr 08, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | April 08, 2005

For the most important belligerents in the Iraq war, the war ended with an enormous victory this week.

David Limbaugh | April 08, 2005

I think Republican Party honchos may be underestimating the grassroots passion over the judiciary.

Mona Charen | April 08, 2005

For while believers have not disappeared (particularly in the newly free countries of Eastern Europe), they have become a distinct minority in a continent that is decidedly post-Christian.

Oliver North | April 08, 2005

'Be not afraid!' No better eulogy can be written for Pope John Paul II than this exhortation from his inaugural Mass on Oct. 22, 1978.

Debra J. Saunders | April 08, 2005

Conventional wisdom is clear: Washington's intervention in the Terri Schiavo case hurt the GOP big-time.

Rebecca Hagelin | April 08, 2005

Only one in four boys in America will become Scouts, but it is interesting to know that of the leaders of this nation in business, religion and politics, three out of four were Scouts.

Rich Tucker | April 08, 2005

Liberal politicians need not fear for their lives. Unless, that is, they get sick and require a feeding tube.

Kathleen Parker | April 08, 2005

It's been 25 years since Goldie Hawn played the unlikely military enlistee, Pvt. Judy Benjamin, who discovered the Army wasn't what she'd had in mind when she signed up for travel and adventure.

Rich Lowry | April 08, 2005

For the old-fashioned, the definition of a "news story" is a story that is new ? hence the name. But the newspeople at the newspapers the Washington Post and the New York Times have an updated definition ? anything that hurts Republican Majority Leader Tom DeLay on any given day.

Chuck Colson | April 08, 2005

We live in an age in which the mainstream media is in a tailspin?deservedly so from my opinion because of its elitist bias.

Thu, Apr 07, 2005

Ann Coulter | April 07, 2005

It's been a tough year for the secularist crowd.

Larry Elder | April 07, 2005

Have we forgotten about the peril of worldwide communism? Have we forgotten about the brutality and inhumanity of it?

Suzanne Fields | April 07, 2005

A great man was dead. The world leaned close to hear and read his last words, listening for the whispered 'amen' before he made a triumphant transition from life to death.

Linda Chavez | April 07, 2005

In his life and in his death, the humble priest from Poland exemplified the precepts of a 2,000-year-old institution that has shaped much of the world for centuries.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 07, 2005

In the spring of 1978, I was in Rome on a glorious sunny morning, and after my matutinal coffee I strolled up the Via della Conciliazione to St. Peter's for a visit.

Ross Mackenzie | April 07, 2005

Born 84 years ago in Krakow, Poland, Karol Wojtyla became in 1978 the first Slavic pope. He took the name John Paul II.

Michael Fumento | April 07, 2005

Somehow despite the warnings of environmentalist and organic groups we?ve managed to survive ? and thrive.

Kathleen Parker | April 07, 2005

Between tsunami victims, AIDS babies and Amazon deforestation, compassion is bankrupting conservatives.

Marvin Olasky | April 07, 2005

From that small office is coming legislation that could free thousands and then millions of children from bondage to public schools harmful to their educational health.

Robert Novak | April 07, 2005

Ask nearly any business executive to name the biggest menace facing corporate America, and the answer is apt to be a number: '404.'

Larry Kudlow | April 07, 2005

An opinion piece by reporter Anna Bernasek in last Sunday's New York Times actually argues that there's no real evidence that lower tax rates spur economic growth.

Wed, Apr 06, 2005

Michelle Malkin | April 06, 2005

Jane Fonda just won't shut up. And her crocodile tears will not stop flowing.

John Stossel | April 06, 2005

Every once in a while, people in Washington have a good idea. A really good idea. An idea that creates jobs and provides a service people like. Then, the government gets involved.

Walter E. Williams | April 06, 2005

For most of my professional life, I've traveled frequently -- sometimes boarding a commercial flight two, three or four times a month for lucrative speaking engagements.

Brent Bozell | April 06, 2005

I went to bed shortly before midnight on Friday but found myself awake, less than two hours later, once again glued to the television.

Jonah Goldberg | April 06, 2005

The name Goldberg might be a hint: I'm not Catholic. But that didn't stop me from loving this pope.

Tony Blankley | April 06, 2005

As I write this column Tuesday morning, the well-deserved wall-to-wall coverage of the Pope's death seems to have obscured from view Iraqi news of an impending success in forming an Iraqi national unity government.

Cal Thomas | April 06, 2005

The Department of Homeland Security conducted a simulated terrorism drill this week in Connecticut and New Jersey to assess the speed and effectiveness of law enforcement and emergency medical personnel.

Terry Jeffrey | April 06, 2005

Western liberals who believe God must be expelled from public life and law in the cause of preserving liberty should examine how a protestant American president and Polish pope explained the final days of an Evil Empire.

Ben Shapiro | April 06, 2005

On Friday, March 18, at about 1:45 p.m., Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was removed. So began the state-sanctioned killing of a 41-year-old brain-damaged woman.

Kathleen Parker | April 06, 2005

Revolutions are not always noisy events. Sometimes they are quiet affairs - the product of long, thoughtful conversations between two people over coffee.

Tue, Apr 05, 2005

Thomas Sowell | April 05, 2005

Liberals may think of themselves as people who believe in certain principles but, if you observe their actual behavior, you are likely to discover that most liberals have a certain set of attitudes, rather than principles.

Star Parker | April 05, 2005

According to a study recently released by the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University, high-school graduation rates in California are almost 20 percent less than those officially reported by the California Department of Education.

Mike Adams | April 05, 2005

Hi there! It's Mike Adams - the guy you were just talking about in your Canadian feminist chat room.

David Limbaugh | April 05, 2005

It is very troubling, though not surprising, that the Justice Department is barely going to slap Sandy Berger's wrists for intentionally violating a criminal law critical to our national security.

Dennis Prager | April 05, 2005

It is difficult to overstate the depth of the differences between the Judeo-Christian view of the world and that of its opponents, most particularly the Left.

Pat Buchanan | April 05, 2005

Even the secular world against which he stood so defiantly recognized his greatness.

Matt Towery | April 05, 2005

That popularity includes many non-Catholics who, as recently as a generation ago, were still a bit uneasy on the subject of the Vatican and its Holy See.

Bill Murchison | April 05, 2005

We journalists relish the opportunity of raising binoculars to eyes, scanning the road ahead and hollering back to the customers word of what we see.

Rich Lowry | April 05, 2005

The word "theocrat" is a rapidly emerging swearword in American politics.

Bruce Bartlett | April 05, 2005

It is clear that President Bush's Social Security plan is not getting traction politically -- even many Republicans on Capitol Hill think it is on life support.

Larry Kudlow | April 05, 2005

It was sometime in 1993 when I first read the great papal encyclical 'Splendor of Truth,' written by Pope John Paul II.

Mon, Apr 04, 2005

Michael Barone | April 04, 2005

That is the lesson of the life of Pope John Paul II.

Mike Adams | April 04, 2005

For weeks, I have toyed with the idea of writing a column about Ward Churchill. I just can't seem to muster the energy.

Cal Thomas | April 04, 2005

They were an unlikely political "trinity" -- Ronald Reagan, the president of the United States who came from the Disciples of Christ Church; Margaret Thatcher, whose background was lower-class Methodist; and Karol Wojtyla, the Roman Catholic priest from Krakow, Poland.

Suzanne Fields | April 04, 2005

Hillary Clinton's right-wing conspiracy, even if as vast as she said it was, has yet to be discovered.

Diana West | April 04, 2005

What do Robert and Mary Schindler, Mansour al-Banna, Hanim Surucu and Kofi Annan have in common? Absolutely nothing. Really.

Phyllis Schlafly | April 04, 2005

We wouldn't permit anyone to treat a dog this way.

Jack Kemp | April 04, 2005

Scholars and historians will debate for years to come the precise causes and historical forces that produced the sudden collapse of communism at the end of the 1980s.

Joel Mowbray | April 04, 2005

Turn on Palestinian television or open a Palestinian newspaper these days, and much of the content looks like it could have come from a time capsule from Yasser Arafat?s murderous reign:

Armstrong Williams | April 04, 2005

Ellie Parker, my mentor and long time friend, died last month from cancer. She smoked a pack of cigarettes a day on a regular basis.

John Leo | April 04, 2005

While conservative opinion was severely splintered, liberal opinion seemed monolithic: Let her die.

Chuck Colson | April 04, 2005

All the world watched as the media gave enormous around-the-clock coverage to the death of two prominent figures last week.

Robert Novak | April 04, 2005

A senior Republican senator who avoids the headlines and tries to help President Bush as much as possible two weeks ago was discussing with me the problems of seeking Social Security reform.

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.