Sun, Apr 24, 2005

Brent Bozell | April 24, 2005

Many American parents worry that their children are too glassy-eyed before their video game consoles and can't even find the door to play outside even as the weather gets terrific.

Paul Jacob | April 24, 2005

How stupid do politicians think we are?

George Will | April 24, 2005

If you awake before dawn you probably hear a daily sound that may become as anachronistic as the clatter of horses' hooves on urban cobblestones. The sound is the slap of the morning paper on the sidewalk.

Sat, Apr 23, 2005

Doug Giles | April 23, 2005

With our nation?s attention rightly riveted on the macabre murders of little Jessica Lundsford and Sarah Lunde, I think I just heard the clock strike Death:30 for the irretrievable duo who carried out these sickening slayings.

Kathleen Parker | April 23, 2005

Tidings of new growth coming one's way invariably are presented as good news. Just as invariably, I sink into immediate despair.

Robert Novak | April 23, 2005

Prominent Democrats are advising Sen. Hillary Clinton that, if she runs for president in 2008 as expected, she should avoid the Iowa caucuses as the first competition for the Democratic nomination.

Fri, Apr 22, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | April 22, 2005

The producers of 'Sesame Street' have decided that Cookie Monster is gay.

David Limbaugh | April 22, 2005

The Senate does not have coequal authority with the president on judicial appointments as the advice-and-consent function was not intended to confer veto power on the Senate.

Mona Charen | April 22, 2005

If the president had backed Bolton more forthrightly; if Republican senators had supported him during his hearing; and if two Republicans had not bid for The New York Times' approval, this could not have happened.

Oliver North | April 22, 2005

This was supposed to be the week that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted on the nomination of Under Secretary of State John Bolton to become our Ambassador to the United Nations.

Rich Tucker | April 22, 2005

Unfortunately, covering the news is always going to require journalists to report bad news.

Rebecca Hagelin | April 22, 2005

When I married my knight-in-shining armor 20 years ago, God blessed me with another hero: my father-in-law.

Rich Lowry | April 22, 2005

Whatever else you think of him, John Bolton is a serious person.

George Will | April 22, 2005

From childhood on, Americans are told by 'experts' -- therapists, self-esteem educators, grief counselors, traumatologists -- that it is healthy for them continuously to take their emotional temperature, inventory their feelings and vent them.

Kathleen Parker | April 22, 2005

Tidings of new growth coming one's way invariably are presented as good news. Just as invariably, I sink into immediate despair.

Thu, Apr 21, 2005

Ann Coulter | April 21, 2005

Is the prosecutor a phony or the reporter a moron? In other words, is this a 'Jeffrey Toobin situation' or a 'Dan Rather situation'? We report, you decide.

Brent Bozell | April 21, 2005

For years now, liberals have snidely suggested that watching Fox News Channel makes dumb conservatives even dumber.

Larry Elder | April 21, 2005

Why do students from some racial or ethnic groups outperform students from other racial or ethnic groups?

Mike Adams | April 21, 2005

Hello Farhat. How are you? By the end of my recent talk at Monmouth College, I thought you had yelled yourself silly and would soon call it a night.

Suzanne Fields | April 21, 2005

New York is in love - with women. Tall ones, short ones, fat ones, skinny ones. Feminine ones and feminist ones.

Emmett Tyrrell | April 21, 2005

When a United States senator publicly declaims, as Ohio's Sen. George V. Voinovich did this week, that he is suffering pangs of conscience, my question to him is, have you considered that it might be acid reflux?

Robert Novak | April 21, 2005

While re-inventing himself at age 87 in his 47th year as a senator, Robert C. Byrd has denied his clear past use of parliamentary maneuver to force majority rule in the Senate.

Michael Fumento | April 21, 2005

An FDA advisory panel just voted 7-2 to lift the 13-year ban on the use of silicone-gel breast implants. But

Joel Mowbray | April 21, 2005

Facts are stubborn things?except when you create your own.

Marvin Olasky | April 21, 2005

Congress over the past decade has eliminated some of the negative by reforming welfare but has not accentuated the positive by shifting resources from failed bureaucracies to social entrepreneurs. Why?

Chuck Colson | April 21, 2005

The attacks began as soon as the new pope was elected. Yet Benedict XVI may be just what the Catholic Church?and Europe?needs.

Ross Mackenzie | April 21, 2005

Comes now the disharmonious chorus to sing of the elevation of German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger to the papacy as Benedict XVI.

Wed, Apr 20, 2005

Michelle Malkin | April 20, 2005

The horror that happened at Mifflin High School in Columbus, Ohio, is happening in public schools everywhere.

John Stossel | April 20, 2005

It's nice to hear Americans talk about privacy and fighting for their rights. But sometimes I have to say: Do you know what you're talking about?

Walter E. Williams | April 20, 2005

Several airport security screeners have sent me polite letters criticizing some of my comments in my last two columns, prompting this question to you:

Jonah Goldberg | April 20, 2005

As the Vatican's chief defender of theological doctrine, it's no surprise he's already being condemned as a 'traditionalist' and a 'hardliner.'

Mike Adams | April 20, 2005

Well, I suppose it had to happen. With all the pie-throwing at conservative speakers these days, I guess I was overdue for an episode of intensely cerebral and well-thought-out liberal protest during one of my campus speeches.

Tony Blankley | April 20, 2005

Question: What is the difference between squirrels and members of Congress? Answer: Squirrels make provisions for the future.

Cal Thomas | April 20, 2005

Democrats, who have been taking a crash course in the language of religion in hopes of winning some 'values voters' away from Republicans in time for the next election, are agitated about a telecast scheduled for Sunday, April 24.

Ben Shapiro | April 20, 2005

April 19 is so-called Equal Pay Day, the day in the new year in which women finally earn the same amount of money as men did for the past year.

Terry Jeffrey | April 20, 2005

How many people using false identities have been employed by the Defense Department? Are some illegal aliens?

Linda Chavez | April 20, 2005

Watching the white smoke pouring from the Vatican chimney announcing the election of Pope Benedict XVI brought a lump to my throat.

Kathleen Parker | April 20, 2005

In today's food-fight environment, where extremes dominate debate and choice is defined by either-or, finding a comfortable place to land is increasingly difficult.

Herman Cain | April 20, 2005

I can still remember the separate water fountains and segregated buses as a young boy growing up in Atlanta in the 1950?s.

Tue, Apr 19, 2005

Thomas Sowell | April 19, 2005

Where can you make $2,000 a day, with no real effort? In San Mateo County, California.

Star Parker | April 19, 2005

It should be clear that the Democratic leadership does not have its long knives out for DeLay because of outrage about ethics. This is about politics and power.

David Limbaugh | April 19, 2005

It's a pretty sad day in America when one cannot criticize the judiciary and even individual judges without being accused of advocating violence against judges.

Dennis Prager | April 19, 2005

At this point, do you hope to marry one day?

Bill Murchison | April 19, 2005

Golly durn! I read it in the New York Times. It must be true!

John McCaslin | April 19, 2005

This columnist had the honor of sharing a dinner table with former Washington Senator (as in Major League Baseball) Frank 'Hondo' Howard prior to last week's home opener of the new Washington Nationals baseball team.

Larry Kudlow | April 19, 2005

There?s a lot of bad political and economic blood developing between China and Japan, and China and the U.S. None of it is going to lead to any good.

Bruce Bartlett | April 19, 2005

Last week?s meltdown in the stock market, with major indexes falling three percent, is only the latest indication that the economy is in fragile condition.

Mon, Apr 18, 2005

Michael Barone | April 18, 2005

On two propositions most good-hearted civic-minded people agree: It is good to have centrist politics, and it is good to have high turnout in elections. But what if it should turn out that the two are in fundamental conflict?

Mike Adams | April 18, 2005

Last week, I gave a speech at Gonzaga University-a university I have written about on three separate occasions.

Cal Thomas | April 18, 2005

It had been nearly 34 years, or as one sports writer figured it, 12,250 days since the last pitch was thrown on Sept. 30, 1971, at the same stadium, RFK.

Michael Medved | April 18, 2005

While headlines herald the box-office dominance of "family films" and marvel at the new muscle of anti-indecency crusaders in the TV business, few parents feel reassured by current offerings from the entertainment industry. In the midst of ongoing debate about media standards, the general public seems unable to decide whether we should fear too much censorship -- or too little.

Suzanne Fields | April 18, 2005

Most of the debate over the cultures of death and life is about process.

Diana West | April 18, 2005

What is the deal with Bush, Bush & Clinton, and am I the only one to find this presidential reality show, starring Theirs Truly, extremely annoying?

Phyllis Schlafly | April 18, 2005

The American public is overwhelmingly opposed to granting of driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, but the establishment, media, and the pro-open-borders lobby are pulling out the stops to defy the will of the people.

Frank Gaffney | April 18, 2005

As the votes on the Bolton nomination are cast, Senators should bear in mind the following:

John Leo | April 18, 2005

We have reached the point where much political debate consists of insults and name-calling, every attack is likely to be called a 'lynching,' and tired expressions such as 'institutional terrorism,' 'institutional racism,'

Robert Novak | April 18, 2005

The venerable Rep. Henry Hyde is a staunch supporter of Israel, but he is also a prominent Catholic layman known for telling the truth.

Jack Kemp | April 18, 2005

The stock market decline does not, in my opinion and that of Treasury Secretary John Snow, reflect fundamental problems with the U.S. economy.

Armstrong Williams | April 18, 2005

Pope John Paul II passed away last week after 26 years of service to the Catholic Church, and to the world. In the aftermath of his death, I would like to reflect deeper on his examples and contributions to moral striving around the world.

Sun, Apr 17, 2005

Paul Jacob | April 17, 2005

Unfortunately, a dominant strain of contemporary police culture wants citizens to limit their involvement in their own protection. Just call the authorities. Don't do anything else. Certainly, don't defend yourself.

George Will | April 17, 2005

The astonishing pilgrimage of Europeans to Vatican City for the most attended funeral in history obscured a stark fact confronting the conclave that on Monday begins selecting the next pope: Vatican City is 109 acres of faith in a European sea of unbelief.