Sun, Jun 19, 2005

Paul Jacob | June 19, 2005

Canada is not a communist country. Really, it's not ? except when it comes to medical care.

George Will | June 19, 2005

Where do they come from, people like Simeon Wright, people of such resilience and grace? From Mississippi and Illinois. And everywhere else. They are all around us.

Sat, Jun 18, 2005

Doug Giles | June 18, 2005

I?m praying that you are well on your way to a completely screwed up life after just reading and obeying the first three of the 10 habits of the Decidedly Defective People©.

Caroline Glick | June 18, 2005

The rationale behind the US-Israel alliance is the fact that Israel is a strong, self-sufficient democracy whose strength and stability, both locally and globally, enhance US national security.

Rich Tucker | June 18, 2005

Small actions sometimes have long-term consequences.

Larry Kudlow | June 18, 2005

It appears that the housing lobby in Washington has been more powerful than the securities industry lobby, as the results clearly show.

Kathleen Parker | June 18, 2005

As a rule, I'm not a fan of Hallmark Days - those occasions when we're obligated to celebrate and tithe to the tinsel titans who compel us to compassion or guilt.

Robert Novak | June 18, 2005

The Democratic National Committee (DNC), which is running behind its Republican counterpart in fund-raising since Howard Dean took over as DNC chairman, is competing for small-dollar donors with Dean's own political organization, now headed by his brother Jim.

Fri, Jun 17, 2005

Mary Katharine Ham | June 17, 2005

Well, the crab season is officially over. And I will never look at an all-you-can-eat crab leg buffet the same again.

Brent Bozell | June 17, 2005

A new study by the Dove Foundation demonstrated that Hollywood may not love money as much as it loves its "adult" themes of sexual perversion, violent death and ear-bending profanity.

Jonah Goldberg | June 17, 2005

Do human embryos have a moral status that obliges us to treat them as something a bit more sacred than tinker toys?

David Limbaugh | June 17, 2005

How can we successfully prosecute the War on Terror when one of the two major political parties in our nation seems to have no concept of the nature of the war or the enemy we are fighting?

Mona Charen | June 17, 2005

The Senate wants you to know how terribly, sincerely sorry they are even though not a single member of today's Senate was even in office the last time America saw a lynching.

Oliver North | June 17, 2005

While we were at the scene of the crime interviewing eyewitnesses, a copy of this week's Time magazine was placed in my hotel room.

Matt Towery | June 17, 2005

There is a storm brewing on America's horizon -- just over the border, let's say.

Mary Katharine Ham | June 17, 2005

As you would imagine, the fishermen are gruff, nary a one without dirty facial hair and dirtier language.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 17, 2005

It's a simple message, but one rarely heard in today?s culture. The sad reality is that we live in a society where the message to fathers is, 'You?re irrelevant. You?re useless. You are a loser.'

Jacob Sullum | June 17, 2005

According to a new government-sponsored survey, most Americans qualify for a psychiatric diagnosis at some point in their lives.

Rich Lowry | June 17, 2005

Dad is countercultural. If he is responsible, loving, and married, he might seem boring and a constant provocation to his eye-rolling teenage children, but he stands at the ramparts of a movement to save the country from the most destructive trend of the past 30 years: father absence.

Thu, Jun 16, 2005

Thomas Sowell | June 16, 2005

Not only individuals but whole nations have lost their sense of danger after having been protected from those dangers.

Larry Elder | June 16, 2005

The jury did its job. Race, quite appropriately, played no role. Immoral behavior is immoral behavior. Wrong is wrong. And the attitude of 'my race, right or wrong' is quite wrong.

John McCaslin | June 16, 2005

What on earth were Christie Hefner, chairman and CEO of Playboy Enterprises, Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, and Democratic Reps. Jesse L. Jackson Jr. of Illinois and Ellen O. Tauscher of California, brainstorming about Wednesday over breakfast at La Colline?

Marvin Olasky | June 16, 2005

This is marriage month, but leading academic and media institutions, captive to feminism, are not about to provide much guidance on how to build strong marriages.

George Will | June 16, 2005

Having studied political philosophy at the University of Toronto with the late Allan Bloom, Walters describes the drug war in Lincolnian language: 'There are certain requirements of civilization -- to keep the better angels of our nature in preponderance over the lesser angels.'

Robert Novak | June 16, 2005

Any real doubt that Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will run for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination should have been resolved by his performance Monday in suburban Oakland County, Mich.

Ross Mackenzie | June 16, 2005

Regarding Monday's acquittals in the Michael Jackson case, what can one believe?

Alan Reynolds | June 16, 2005

The first in a recent series of New York Times articles about 'class in America' claimed "the after-tax income of the Top 1 percent of American households jumped 139 percent.

Wed, Jun 15, 2005

Ann Coulter | June 15, 2005

Gitmo is a place where we keep an eye on evil, dangerous people who want to kill us.

Michelle Malkin | June 15, 2005

You can imagine the distress of being seated next to an ordinary mom who had the nerve to nurse her child in Barbara Walters' presence.

John Stossel | June 15, 2005

I'm all for improving folks' sex lives, but with our tax money?

Walter E. Williams | June 15, 2005

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an office within the U.S. Department of Transportation, just finished its annual campaign to get us to wear our seatbelts under a program called 'Click It or Ticket.'

Brent Bozell | June 15, 2005

Last week, FOX anchor Neil Cavuto secured a White House interview with President Bush, and liberals were upset. It wasn't tough enough.

Jonah Goldberg | June 15, 2005

There's a lot I don't understand about the current hysteria over our prison facility at Guantanamo Bay.

Tony Blankley | June 15, 2005

For those with a gloomy view of our civilization's future, a small beam of light has broken through the clouds. Paris Hilton has announced she plans to retire from public life and raise a family.

Cal Thomas | June 15, 2005

A California jury acquitted O.J. Simpson of murder, so why should it hold Michael Jackson accountable for molesting children? Maybe Michael can now help O.J. search for the 'real killer.'

Suzanne Fields | June 15, 2005

Celebrity, high and low, is judged by double standards. We forgive the talented their sins because we appreciate their talents.

Ben Shapiro | June 15, 2005

Social conservatives must not retreat and cloister themselves; they must fight back against the continuing destruction of standards. Together, we can restore America's innocence.

Terry Jeffrey | June 15, 2005

In anticipation that Chief Justice William Rehnquist may retire, speculation abounds about which mortal President Bush may now offer these 'deistic powers.'

Linda Chavez | June 15, 2005

For months I avoided reading anything about the Michael Jackson case. It's the kind of story I try to avoid on principle.

Michael Fumento | June 15, 2005

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) say they?re just animal lovers. In reality, they call humans 'a cancer' and demand we all become vegetarians.

Kathleen Parker | June 15, 2005

As for the new hybrid male, I think we've met him already. He's the lost boy of Neverland, human totem of the cult of Narcissus, that monument to arrested development - Michael Jackson.

Herman Cain | June 15, 2005

Leaders make things happen. Liberals stop things from happening, and laggards wait to act until someone else acts first.

Chuck Colson | June 15, 2005

Women who were once men have been used to illustrate the elasticity of gender. But as recent research shows, it?s not that way at all.

Tue, Jun 14, 2005

Thomas Sowell | June 14, 2005

The Supreme Court's recent decision saying that the federal government can prosecute those using marijuana for medical purposes, even when state laws permit such use, has been seen by many as an issue of being for or against marijuana.

David Limbaugh | June 14, 2005

If I hear one more time how the United States better clean up its image in the world so we don't further alienate foreigners and generate more terrorists, I think I'm going to retch.

Cal Thomas | June 14, 2005

If anyone needs another reason to oppose illegal immigration, to which the Bush Administration continues to turn a blind eye, how about the spread of a deadly communicable disease?

Dennis Prager | June 14, 2005

People who do not believe in God or religion can surely lead ethical lives. But they cannot lead holy lives.

Bill Murchison | June 14, 2005

The president knows the consequences of copping out. We may count on him both to recognize and live up to his understanding, which is that as awful as Iraq might be, more awful still would be a stampede now for the exits.

John McCaslin | June 14, 2005

A Washington lawyer aboard US Airways Flight 532 earlier this month from Miami to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, with a stopover in Charlotte, N.C., says the pilot of the flight made an intriguing, if not alarming, announcement over the intercom.

Rich Lowry | June 14, 2005

The retreat is on. Even Republican Sens. Chuck Hagel (Nebraska) and Mel Martinez (Florida) are scurrying along with the panicked pack calling on the U.S. to close its detention facility at Guantanamo Bay.

Mon, Jun 13, 2005

Michael Barone | June 13, 2005

How many times have you heard that health care costs are rising at record rates? Well, they aren't any more.

Star Parker | June 13, 2005

Having been through this sort of thing, I brace when I read about blacks in Los Angeles getting ready to head for the streets should the jury in the Michael Jackson case hand down a guilty decision.

Mike Adams | June 13, 2005

For years, communism has been preventing me from enjoying a lot of good cigars.

Suzanne Fields | June 13, 2005

Being a conservative requires continuing the transformation of old ideas into new applications.

Debra J. Saunders | June 13, 2005

Academic freedom -- and quality -- suffered a blow last week when writer Richard Rodriguez announced that he would not speak at California State University East Bay's commencement.

Diana West | June 13, 2005

Thank you, Michael Isikoff. Because of Newsweek's commode Quran story -- the one that went down the drain in a retraction -- a previously undisclosed threat to our very existence has been revealed.

Phyllis Schlafly | June 13, 2005

On Father's Day, Americans should ponder the appalling fact that an estimated 40 percent of our nation's children are living in homes without their own father.

Jack Kemp | June 13, 2005

The latest budget data confirm once again what I've been saying for the last 30 years: Cutting tax rates in the right way clears jobs and boosts economic revenues.

Robert Novak | June 13, 2005

Behind their brave common front on Iraq shown the world by Tony Blair and George W. Bush in Washington last week, the British prime minister is orchestrating an aggressive campaign to force the American president to retreat on climate change.

Armstrong Williams | June 13, 2005

Most people sleepwalk through their lives, hauled along by some middle class inertia that compels them to go to college, get a steady job, and then hunker down long enough to establish retirement benefits.

John Leo | June 13, 2005

Since I am going to say some nice things here about Rudy Giuliani, you may think this column is an early Rudy-for-president effort.

Sun, Jun 12, 2005

Thomas Sowell | June 12, 2005

Sometimes it seems as if liberals have a genius for producing an unending stream of ideas that are counterproductive for the poor, whom they claim to be helping.

Paul Jacob | June 12, 2005

Upon which side will conservatives and Republicans ultimately weigh in? Unlimited federal regulatory power, or state prerogatives and a federal government of enumerated (and thus limited) power?

George Will | June 12, 2005

The New York Times gets it wrong again