Sun, May 22, 2005

Caroline Glick | May 22, 2005

Almost every day, a report surfaces of some new act of often violent intolerance committed by Muslim minorities in Europe against their fellow citizens.

Paul Jacob | May 22, 2005

When I think about the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, I can't help but think of Pravda, the official newspaper and mouthpiece of the Communist Party back in the days of the Soviet Union.

George Will | May 22, 2005

Last week's ruling divided the justices into unlikely cohorts, thereby providing a timely reminder that concepts such as 'judicial activism,' 'strict construction' and 'original intent' have limited value in explaining or predicting the court's behavior.

Sat, May 21, 2005

Doug Giles | May 21, 2005

After 20 plus years of being on the radio, writing books and articles and speaking to a lot of people across the globe, I?ve been amazed at how people have both revived and ruined their lives.

Rich Tucker | May 21, 2005

The United States is about to get very old.

Joel Mowbray | May 21, 2005

The man telling me his life story in the back of a banquet hall was wiping tears from his eyes as a congo line of Holocaust survivors danced right behind us.

Robert Novak | May 21, 2005

Sen. John McCain came close to completing and announcing a deal on judicial confirmations unacceptable to George W. Bush hours before the two old Republican intraparty rivals were to appear on the same platform.

Larry Kudlow | May 21, 2005

Conservatives were near ecstatic last November when President Bush won handily and the Republicans strengthened their hold in Congress.

Fri, May 20, 2005

Thomas Sowell | May 20, 2005

Maybe the non-stop denunciations of judicial nominees by Senate Democrats will seem relevant to some people but it is in fact wholly beside the point.

Brent Bozell | May 20, 2005

The riots caused by Newsweek's story claiming American interrogators were flushing the Koran caused many Americans to be amazed by the extreme reaction in the Islamic world.

Jonah Goldberg | May 20, 2005

This Newsweek thing has me disagreeing with everybody, even the people who say everybody's wrong.

David Limbaugh | May 20, 2005

For an object lesson on Old Media liberal bias, read the transcript of the May 17 press briefing by White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan.

Mona Charen | May 20, 2005

In the wake of mass rioting and death in Afghanistan and other Islamic nations ignited by a fallacious Newsweek story, furious finger-pointing has ensued.

Oliver North | May 20, 2005

Our men and women in uniform, doing extraordinary work day in and day out, are winning the ongoing battle for Iraq.

Kathleen Parker | May 20, 2005

By contributing to the cacophony of criticism, officials merely reminded people of this administration's own reliance on unreliable sources, giving the hate-Bush crowd fresh grenades to lob.

Rich Lowry | May 20, 2005

If the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission were reviewing the Democrats' filibuster choices, it would have grounds for a disparate-impact lawsuit.

Thu, May 19, 2005

Larry Elder | May 19, 2005

In March 2004, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said 400,000 Americans die each year due to obesity-related problems. But wait.

Suzanne Fields | May 19, 2005

Like Rodney Dangerfield, the humanities in Washington 'don't get no respect.' Not as much as they should, anyway.

Emmett Tyrrell | May 19, 2005

As a professional observer of Washington politics, I want to thank the Hon. George Galloway, the offbeat member of Parliament.

Rebecca Hagelin | May 19, 2005

Whether you are happily married or raising children on your own, whether you are a father or mother or a grandparent who is filling in the gap, you must realize the tremendous power you have as one who 'parents.'

Marvin Olasky | May 19, 2005

Newsweek's retraction of its false Quran-down-the-toilet story still leaves at least 16 dead and at least that many unanswered questions. Here are a few:

Robert Novak | May 19, 2005

After Howard Dean last weekend declared Tom DeLay ought to be in jail, a longtime Democratic operative told me the party's national chairman had momentarily ripped off his muzzle but that it soon would be restored.

Ross Mackenzie | May 19, 2005

Pausing at random in a color-bursting May field to savor first this notable wildflower, now that..

John McCaslin | May 19, 2005

Congress this week passed a resolution honoring two Americans for preventing what might otherwise might have been one of the most devastating modern-day terrorist acts ever committed on U.S. soil.

Alan Reynolds | May 19, 2005

When President Bush tackled Social Security reform, he surely expected the usual denial and deceit from AARP and do-nothing Democrats.

Chuck Colson | May 19, 2005

You?ve seen on television in recent weeks the scenes of the helicopters evacuating Americans from the embassy rooftop in Saigon. Military action in Vietnam came to an end just thirty years ago last month. Unfortunately, for one loyal American ally, it marked just the beginning of even greater troubles.

Wed, May 18, 2005

Ann Coulter | May 18, 2005

Why no pause for reflection when Isikoff had a story about American interrogators at Guantanamo flushing the Quran down the toilet?

Thomas Sowell | May 18, 2005

It was perhaps appropriate that Dan Rather received the prestigious Peabody award in journalism at the same time when Newsweek magazine was finally backing away from its false story.

Michelle Malkin | May 18, 2005

If you want to hear an earful, ask an American soldier how he feels about our news media.

John Stossel | May 18, 2005

We asked people to rate the waters bad, average, or great. Many said one of the waters was bad. Which one?

Walter E. Williams | May 18, 2005

Let's do a bit of analysis of efforts to assist the elderly, but let's use our brains instead of our hearts.

Brent Bozell | May 18, 2005

How many eerie parallels are there between the CBS scandal and the Newsweek scandal? Let us count the ways:

Jonah Goldberg | May 18, 2005

Huge chunks of the American population have been body-snatched by zomboid creatures from Canada, or possibly - shudder - Europe.

Mike Adams | May 18, 2005

I am writing to express my complete outrage at a memo written by UNC-Wilmington Director of Human Resources William Fleming, which was sent to all faculty and staff at our university.

Tony Blankley | May 18, 2005

The Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), President Bush's modest little trade bill that would benefit the U.S. economy at least as much as Central America's, is edging toward defeat in Congress.

Cal Thomas | May 18, 2005

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas is scheduled to meet President Bush in Washington May 26.

Terry Jeffrey | May 18, 2005

Sen. Ted Kennedy may do a lot of talking about his love for the little guy, but if two major proposals he has made in this Congress were to become law, it would be a disaster for the poorest American workers and a blow to American freedom.

Ben Shapiro | May 18, 2005

How much is atonement worth? Apparently, about $50 million.

Linda Chavez | May 18, 2005

It has been a bad year for mainstream journalism. USA Today found one of its star reporters invented some of his stories.

Kathleen Parker | May 18, 2005

Reaction to an inaccurate Newsweek report that led recently to rioting and death in Afghanistan suggests that hysteria is, indeed, contagious.

Tue, May 17, 2005

Thomas Sowell | May 17, 2005

Clint Eastwood's movie character 'Dirty Harry' Callahan was clean compared to Dirty Harry Reid, the Senate Democrats' minority leader.

David Limbaugh | May 17, 2005

If anyone doubted which side of the political aisle is playing dirty in the fight over federal judicial nominees, he hasn't read about the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League's mission to dig up financial and other dirt against 30 sitting federal appellate judges.

Dennis Prager | May 17, 2005

Based on an unnamed source, Newsweek informed the world that American interrogators of suspected Islamic terrorists at Guantanamo Bay had flushed pages of the Koran down a toilet.

Bill Murchison | May 17, 2005

What we all might say in behalf of Dan Rather is that last year's George Bush/National Guard fable, however shabbily conceived and accomplished, didn't get anyone killed.

John McCaslin | May 17, 2005

Delivering the commencement address to the 2005 class of Auburn University in Alabama, Vice President Dick Cheney revealed he wasn't the sharpest tool in the college shed.

Armstrong Williams | May 17, 2005

When I ask citizens of Zimbabwe or other E. African countries why they don?t push harder for democratic rule, the response is always the same:

Rich Lowry | May 17, 2005

How many stories has Newsweek written about the Bush administration allegedly 'skewing intelligence' by relying on raw, insufficiently sourced data?

Bruce Bartlett | May 17, 2005

I don't believe in coincidences in politics. When I see the Wall Street Journal and New York Times both running big front-page stories within two days of each other on a subject that isn't remotely time sensitive, I know that something is going on.

Mon, May 16, 2005

Michael Barone | May 16, 2005

I have been following British politics since I started buying the London papers at the Harvard Square out-of-town newsstands in the run-up to the October 1964 British election.

Star Parker | May 16, 2005

Rick Santorum has reason to worry about his upcoming bid for a third term as a U.S. senator from Pennsylvania. Polls are showing him behind Democrat Bob Casey by as much as 15 points.

Mike Adams | May 16, 2005

The first thing that caught my eye was a story about Newspeak magazine-or, Newsweek, as they prefer to be called.

Cal Thomas | May 16, 2005

Cynics are already saying the entente between Clinton and Gingrich is about positioning - she to seem more moderate; he to appear less abrasive and 'extreme.'

Suzanne Fields | May 16, 2005

The most irresponsible argument in the debate over John Bolton as the U.S. representative to the United Nations - and there are many- was the op-ed essay in The New York Times.

Diana West | May 16, 2005

Something I do while perusing the morning Internet is read the military obituaries in the British press, mainly The Daily Telegraph.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 16, 2005

Thank you, President George W. Bush, for correcting history and making a long overdue apology for one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's tragic mistakes.

Frank Gaffney | May 16, 2005

Flash: Newseek has apologized. The magazine?s editor says he is sorry for printing a possibly 'mistaken' article that accused U.S. interrogators at Guantanamo of throwing copies of the Koran into prisoners? toilets.

Jack Kemp | May 16, 2005

Given the political controversy, you might assume that there is an underlying dispute among economists on the issue of free trade.

John Leo | May 16, 2005

A classic example is the front-page Washington Post piece for Saturday, May 7, dealing with a new pilot program in Montgomery County, Md.

Robert Novak | May 16, 2005

Nobody can recall any previous mass request for such disclosures by federal judges.

Chuck Colson | May 16, 2005

Those who have been arguing that we don't need a Federal Marriage Amendment, that the state legislation against same-sex "marriage" is sufficient, have been proved wrong in a decisive way.

Charles Krauthammer | May 16, 2005

Four years ago this week, President Bush nominated Texas Supreme Court Justice Priscilla Owen to the federal bench.

Sun, May 15, 2005

Paul Jacob | May 15, 2005

An aging pope, holding on to little more than life itself, did not impress everyone. Not a few Catholics ? and probably many more non-Catholics ? nurtured the opinion that John Paul II should have stepped down long before his final days.

George Will | May 15, 2005

Last week a judge said that United Airlines, now in its third year of bankruptcy protection, can, as a step toward leaving bankruptcy, default on four pension programs covering about 120,000 current and former employees.