Sun, Jun 05, 2005

Mike Adams | June 05, 2005

I love to fly. It's a time when I can sit back and prepare for a speech, think deep thoughts, and fine-tune my sarcasm.

Debra J. Saunders | June 05, 2005

Terrorists in Iraq don't take prisoners. They fight to kill.

Paul Jacob | June 05, 2005

Voters animated by moral and religious values made a difference in the last election. So, it's not surprising to find Democrats looking to make inroads with these voters.

George Will | June 05, 2005

Today Love Field is again in the news, this time illustrating the farcical consequences of the government's ten-thumbed attempt to manage an industry.

Sat, Jun 04, 2005

Doug Giles | June 04, 2005

Now before you start sweating and freaking out about whether or not you can be unsuccessful, you must dial down and remember that failure is easy and success is difficult.

Caroline Glick | June 04, 2005

On Thursday afternoon, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's personal attorney Dov Weisglass announced a major policy initiative during a speech at Tel Aviv University.

Rich Tucker | June 04, 2005

In the real world, this constitution would be dead. After all, it supposedly requires ratification by all 25 European member states before it can come into force.

Robert Novak | June 04, 2005

On top of confirmation fights waged by liberal Democrats, President Bush now faces trouble from a potential conservative Republican presidential candidate.

Fri, Jun 03, 2005

Mary Katharine Ham | June 03, 2005

Brent Bozell | June 03, 2005

Viacom has no problem whatever insulting Catholics.

Jonah Goldberg | June 03, 2005

If Schadenfreude is taking pleasure in the misfortune of others, then I've got a case of Eurofreude - or Francofreude, or maybe something else.

David Limbaugh | June 03, 2005

For those of you who may be queasy about the way the Bush administration is approaching and prosecuting the War on Terror I invite you to consider, for purposes of contrast, the mindset toward foreign policy that springs from the worldview of liberalism.

Mona Charen | June 03, 2005

So begins an article on 'Sharp Dressed Men' that appeared in a State Department funded magazine aimed at youth in the Arab world.

Oliver North | June 03, 2005

The first week of June has been remarkable in our nation's history.

Pat Buchanan | June 03, 2005

And so it turns out that the two most famous investigative reporters of all time were a pair of stenographers for an FBI hack who was ratting out President Nixon for passing him over as director.

Matt Towery | June 03, 2005

Based on a graph of the poll published in USA Today, it appears Gallup asked if respondents would favor or oppose legislation that would 'require higher income workers to pay Social Security on all of their wages.'

Larry Kudlow | June 03, 2005

The nomination of congressman Chris Cox to chair the Securities Exchange Commission is a brilliant stroke and an inspired decision by President Bush.

Charles Krauthammer | June 03, 2005

The self-flagellation over reports of abuse at Guantanamo Bay has turned into a full-scale panic. There are calls for the United States, with all this worldwide publicity, to simply shut the place down.

Rich Lowry | June 03, 2005

Why would a feminist organization not be eager to cooperate in a fight against the sexual exploitation of young girls?

Kathleen Parker | June 03, 2005

In the annals of letdowns, this week's revelation that the legendary 'Deep Throat' was one Mark Felt comes close to edging out Santa Claus for the top slot.

Thu, Jun 02, 2005

Ann Coulter | June 02, 2005

Let's not put the seven Republican senators who engineered the 'compromise' deal with the Democrats in charge of negotiations with North Korea. I would sooner trust the North Koreans to keep their word than the Democrats.

Larry Elder | June 02, 2005

According to Investor's Business Daily, an editor's note accompanied the Asian and European international editions. It read: 'Verified facts, not opinions from any viewpoint, are laid out in this issue.'

Mike Adams | June 02, 2005

When I got my PhD, an old high school friend said that stood for 'Piled Higher and Deeper.' At the time, I just thought he was just jealous. But recent events in higher education have caused me to rethink my position.

Cal Thomas | June 02, 2005

The Pentagon has acknowledged five instances in which guards or interrogators at the detention facility in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, handled the Koran in such a way as to cause offense to some who believe it is the revealed word of Allah.

Suzanne Fields | June 02, 2005

The stunned French elites, who can't believe their countrymen disdained their instructions to ratify the European Union constitution, now insist la belle France is merely a woman rejecting a suitor.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 02, 2005

If any group in America can bring a project to foozle it would be a group of American lawyers intent on humanitarian service.

John McCaslin | June 02, 2005

Kessler, in advance of his publication of 'The Bureau: The Secret History of the FBI,' revealed that Woodward made a mysterious visit to Mr. Felt's house more than five years ago.

Alan Reynolds | June 02, 2005

When it comes to designing a simple tax system that does the least damage to the economy, it would be difficult to find a better role model than Hong Kong.

Marvin Olasky | June 02, 2005

The name is Bret Schundler, now 46, and he's trying to win a second New Jersey gubernatorial nomination in next Tuesday's GOP primary.

Michael Fumento | June 02, 2005

Restoring and expanding access to electricity is top priority here, more so than access to running water because Iraqis pump water up from the mains to tanks on their roof. No electricity, no working pumps.

Ross Mackenzie | June 02, 2005

A potpourri of quotations on contemporary topics, large and small. .

Robert Novak | June 02, 2005

Mark Felt, finally revealed as the "Deep Throat" who divulged the Watergate scandal, is wearing the hero's laurel 32 years later. But that designation comes across as peculiar to those of us who lived through the turbulent times.

Wed, Jun 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | June 01, 2005

'Who can afford to buy a house in this place?' my wife asked, when I read her the average prices of homes in various northern California communities.

Michelle Malkin | June 01, 2005

The mainstream media and international human rights organizations have relentlessly portrayed the Guantanamo Bay detention facility as a depraved torture chamber operated by sadistic American military officials defiling Islam at every turn.

John Stossel | June 01, 2005

When we let the government use force to limit our choices, we deprive ourselves of innovation that makes life better.

Walter E. Williams | June 01, 2005

Police departments must use race and sex preferences in hiring as a result of federal court consent decrees and political pressures.

Brent Bozell | June 01, 2005

There is an unspoken but real impulse in today's media to see themselves as 'independent' of America, even above America...

David Limbaugh | June 01, 2005

Famed Clinton pollster Stanley Greenberg is, I think, correct, but for the wrong reasons when he says that Democrats have lost major elections in recent years because they have not 'run with conviction.'

Tony Blankley | June 01, 2005

Everyone agrees that the French referendum on Sunday that rejected the proposed European Union (EU) constitution by 55 percent was a big event.

Terry Jeffrey | June 01, 2005

French voters did themselves a favor -- and Americans, too -- on Sunday, when they voted down a single constitution for a homogenized Europe.

Ben Shapiro | June 01, 2005

The 24-year-old hotel heiress is the feature attraction in Carl's Jr.'s new Spicy Burger ad campaign, aimed at the horny male TV-watching population.

Linda Chavez | June 01, 2005

Last week I was one of only a handful of conservatives praising the Senate compromise on judicial nominees...

Larry Kudlow | June 01, 2005

Dick Fisher is the spanking new president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and a voting member of the Fed?s open market committee policy arm.

Kathleen Parker | June 01, 2005

Nostalgia is probably premature for times as recent as 2003. Still, it is easy to miss the days when Hilton meant a second-rate hotel and Paris was a city of slender women and tiny dogs.

Joel Mowbray | June 01, 2005

In the first of its kind for an event organized by a major national Muslim organization, Kamal Nawash and the Free Muslims Coalition (FMC) recently held the Free Muslims March Against Terrorism.

Tue, May 31, 2005

Thomas Sowell | May 31, 2005

Only in California would a city that is less than 50 years old have a historical society.

Mike Adams | May 31, 2005

University administrators, professors, and student newspapers are becoming so detached from reality that one can hardly write satire about university life.

Cal Thomas | May 31, 2005

The French rejection of the European Constitution by a substantial 55-45 percent margin is a repudiation of President Jacques Chirac, who helped shape the document.

Dennis Prager | May 31, 2005

Is such an attitude, that there is a best value system, arrogant -- or even chauvinistic or racist?

Suzanne Fields | May 31, 2005

War is hell. Every veteran knows there is no romance or glory in it.

Bill Murchison | May 31, 2005

Naturally, the first, ignoble impulse was to toast the defeat in good champagne on the theory that anything upsetting to Jacques Chirac is probably good, if not downright glorious.

Chuck Colson | May 31, 2005

Some scientists and reporters would have us believe that cloning is the best way to find needed medical cures. But don?t believe everything you hear.

Bruce Bartlett | May 31, 2005

There is much hand-wringing going on in Washington these days about the inability of Republicans and Democrats to compromise even on seemingly unimportant issues.

John McCaslin | May 31, 2005

After years of good-tempered competition between Congressional Quarterly Publisher and President Robert Merry and National Journal Publisher and President John Fox Sullivan, the pair is calling a truce.

Rich Lowry | May 31, 2005

French President Jacques Chirac forgot the first rule of European Union politics: 'Don?t consult the voters (it will only encourage them).'

Mon, May 30, 2005

Michael Barone | May 30, 2005

Sometimes 51 percent does not rule. That is one of the lessons of the 14-senator compromise over judicial nominations reached last week.

Star Parker | May 30, 2005

Polling on abortion reveals the complexities of the American psyche.

Diana West | May 30, 2005

The creators of "24," Fox Television's thriller-diller starring Kiefer Sutherland as counter-terror super-agent Jack Bauer, almost put together a compelling television series rooted in the onerous reality of the war on jihad terrorism.

Phyllis Schlafly | May 30, 2005

Why are our generals trying to push women into ground combat in Iraq despite Pentagon regulations and congressional law against it?

Robert Novak | May 30, 2005

The lavishly acclaimed new era of good feelings in the Senate lasted less than four days.

John Leo | May 30, 2005

As soon as the filibuster deal was announced, we began to hear the argument that President Bush should sustain the spirit of compromise by naming a moderate as his first selection to the Supreme Court.

Chuck Colson | May 30, 2005

As we remember our military men and women today, let's also remember why they do what they do ? out of love. Learn why fighting a just war is an act of charity.

Armstrong Williams | May 30, 2005

For 200 years the Senate carefully considered the professional track record of any judge nominated for the federal bench.

Sun, May 29, 2005

Paul Jacob | May 29, 2005

What does Beijing have in common with Portland, Oregon? Urban congestion.

George Will | May 29, 2005

The European Union, which has a flag no one salutes and an anthem no one knows, now seeks ratification of a constitution few have read.