Sun, Jun 26, 2005

Paul Jacob | June 26, 2005

It's like a bad dream, or a summer disaster movie. But this is real. We live under a regime that can and often does grab our homes and small businesses to create what politicians call 'economic development.'

Paul Jacob | June 26, 2005

It's like a bad dream, or a summer disaster movie. But this is real. We live under a regime that can and often does grab our homes and small businesses to create what politicians call 'economic development.'

Sat, Jun 25, 2005

Caroline Glick | June 25, 2005

During his meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice last Saturday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas told Rice that the PA had ceased all incitement activities against Israel.

Caroline Glick | June 25, 2005

During his meeting with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice last Saturday, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas told Rice that the PA had ceased all incitement activities against Israel.

Doug Giles | June 25, 2005

I guarantee that if you want your relationships, career, finances and soul to reek worse than a sardine’s dirty gym shorts, then you, my friend, have stumbled onto gold.

Doug Giles | June 25, 2005

I guarantee that if you want your relationships, career, finances and soul to reek worse than a sardine?s dirty gym shorts, then you, my friend, have stumbled onto gold.

Kathleen Parker | June 25, 2005

Love her or hate her, America can't seem to get enough of Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Robert Novak | June 25, 2005

George W. Bush was steaming Tuesday when he was described as backing away from personal retirement accounts as part of Social Security reform after lunching with Republican Sen. Robert Bennett of Utah.

Kathleen Parker | June 25, 2005

Love her or hate her, America can't seem to get enough of Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Robert Novak | June 25, 2005

George W. Bush was steaming Tuesday when he was described as backing away from personal retirement accounts as part of Social Security reform after lunching with Republican Sen. Robert Bennett of Utah.

Fri, Jun 24, 2005

Brent Bozell | June 24, 2005

Go back in TV history and remember how viewers were riveted by how Dick Van Dyke juggled his career and family life on his show, or how Lorne Greene ruled the roost on 'Bonanza.'

Brent Bozell | June 24, 2005

Go back in TV history and remember how viewers were riveted by how Dick Van Dyke juggled his career and family life on his show, or how Lorne Greene ruled the roost on 'Bonanza.'

Jonah Goldberg | June 24, 2005

Here are some recent headlines from the world of science:

Jonah Goldberg | June 24, 2005

Here are some recent headlines from the world of science:

David Limbaugh | June 24, 2005

Will we ever be able to have a presidential election again without Democrats claiming they've been robbed?

David Limbaugh | June 24, 2005

Will we ever be able to have a presidential election again without Democrats claiming they've been robbed?

Mona Charen | June 24, 2005

We are all supposed to indulge the polite fiction that 'no one is questioning their patriotism.'

Mona Charen | June 24, 2005

We are all supposed to indulge the polite fiction that 'no one is questioning their patriotism.'

Oliver North | June 24, 2005

Those on the far left are employing the same kind of rhetoric and tactics that worked during the Vietnam War.

Oliver North | June 24, 2005

Those on the far left are employing the same kind of rhetoric and tactics that worked during the Vietnam War.

Jacob Sullum | June 24, 2005

At a recent Capitol Hill rally against proposed cuts in government funding for public broadcasting, Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., claimed to be accompanied by Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 24, 2005

Believe me, I don?t want to ruin anybody?s fun preparing for Independence Day celebrations.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 24, 2005

Believe me, I don’t want to ruin anybody’s fun preparing for Independence Day celebrations.

Jacob Sullum | June 24, 2005

At a recent Capitol Hill rally against proposed cuts in government funding for public broadcasting, Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., claimed to be accompanied by Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Charles Krauthammer | June 24, 2005

What has happened to the Democrats over the past few decades is best captured by the phrase 'reactionary liberalism.'

Larry Kudlow | June 24, 2005

Today, senators Smoot Schumer and Hawley Graham have proposed a 27.5 percent tariff on Chinese imports unless China raises significantly the value of its yuan currency.

George Will | June 24, 2005

Can government profit by seizing the property of people of modest means and giving it to wealthy people who can pay more taxes than can be extracted from the original owners? The court answered yes.

Charles Krauthammer | June 24, 2005

What has happened to the Democrats over the past few decades is best captured by the phrase 'reactionary liberalism.'

Larry Kudlow | June 24, 2005

Today, senators Smoot Schumer and Hawley Graham have proposed a 27.5 percent tariff on Chinese imports unless China raises significantly the value of its yuan currency.

George Will | June 24, 2005

Can government profit by seizing the property of people of modest means and giving it to wealthy people who can pay more taxes than can be extracted from the original owners? The court answered yes.

Thu, Jun 23, 2005

Larry Elder | June 23, 2005

'Does anyone in America doubt,' said former New York Times executive editor Howell Raines before the 2004 presidential election, 'that Kerry has a higher IQ than Bush?'

Larry Elder | June 23, 2005

'Does anyone in America doubt,' said former New York Times executive editor Howell Raines before the 2004 presidential election, 'that Kerry has a higher IQ than Bush?'

Suzanne Fields | June 23, 2005

Can a child have three legal parents? Should parenthood be routinely determined by something other than biology? Should we extend the right to marriage to same-sex couples? To groups of people? Or should we abolish marriage as a legal institution?

Suzanne Fields | June 23, 2005

Can a child have three legal parents? Should parenthood be routinely determined by something other than biology? Should we extend the right to marriage to same-sex couples? To groups of people? Or should we abolish marriage as a legal institution?

Debra J. Saunders | June 23, 2005

Last week, two PETA employees were charged with 31 felony counts of animal cruelty each, after authorities found them dumping the dead bodies of 18 animals they had just picked up from a North Carolina animal shelter in a Dumpster.

Debra J. Saunders | June 23, 2005

Last week, two PETA employees were charged with 31 felony counts of animal cruelty each, after authorities found them dumping the dead bodies of 18 animals they had just picked up from a North Carolina animal shelter in a Dumpster.

Terry Jeffrey | June 23, 2005

We have found a place where the immigration laws will actually be enforced: It is inside the gates of a nuclear weapons plant.

Terry Jeffrey | June 23, 2005

We have found a place where the immigration laws will actually be enforced: It is inside the gates of a nuclear weapons plant.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 23, 2005

A rainbow of happiness has just arched across this great capital. It is about time. For several weeks, life here has been glum.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 23, 2005

A rainbow of happiness has just arched across this great capital. It is about time. For several weeks, life here has been glum.

Marvin Olasky | June 23, 2005

Now that it's officially summer, here's my advice to parents who want to continue teaching their kids during the next two months and learn something themselves:

Ross Mackenzie | June 23, 2005

Selected bon mots from a brilliant summer flower garden of quotations. . .

Robert Novak | June 23, 2005

Four days before Sen. Joseph Biden declared he would seek the Democratic presidential nomination if he could find the financing, he held hostage an important, non-controversial Bush diplomatic appointee.

Herman Cain | June 23, 2005

Congressional Democrats have attempted more head-fakes in recent weeks than Michael Jordan ever did in an entire season.

Robert Novak | June 23, 2005

Four days before Sen. Joseph Biden declared he would seek the Democratic presidential nomination if he could find the financing, he held hostage an important, non-controversial Bush diplomatic appointee.

Armstrong Williams | June 23, 2005

When the law becomes an instrument of our vengeful whims, it fails to provide the public with fair warning of what will constitute a crime.

Marvin Olasky | June 23, 2005

Now that it's officially summer, here's my advice to parents who want to continue teaching their kids during the next two months and learn something themselves:

Alan Reynolds | June 23, 2005

Why is crude oil so expensive? Why does it matter?

Ross Mackenzie | June 23, 2005

Selected bon mots from a brilliant summer flower garden of quotations. . .

Alan Reynolds | June 23, 2005

Why is crude oil so expensive? Why does it matter?

Armstrong Williams | June 23, 2005

When the law becomes an instrument of our vengeful whims, it fails to provide the public with fair warning of what will constitute a crime.

Herman Cain | June 23, 2005

Congressional Democrats have attempted more head-fakes in recent weeks than Michael Jordan ever did in an entire season.

John McCaslin | June 23, 2005

In a 9-1 decision, the club's board of governors voted to expel Phryne from the club, even though she'd been a member longer than anybody in the room.

John McCaslin | June 23, 2005

In a 9-1 decision, the club's board of governors voted to expel Phryne from the club, even though she'd been a member longer than anybody in the room.

Wed, Jun 22, 2005

Ann Coulter | June 22, 2005

Here's a foolproof method for keeping America safe: Always do the exact 180-degree opposite of whatever Jimmy Carter says as quickly as possible.

Ann Coulter | June 22, 2005

Here's a foolproof method for keeping America safe: Always do the exact 180-degree opposite of whatever Jimmy Carter says as quickly as possible.

Michelle Malkin | June 22, 2005

Newsweek. Amnesty International. Jimmy Carter. Dick Durbin. The Guantanamo Bay-bashing continues.

Michelle Malkin | June 22, 2005

Newsweek. Amnesty International. Jimmy Carter. Dick Durbin. The Guantanamo Bay-bashing continues.

John Stossel | June 22, 2005

Feminists keep demanding new laws to protect women from the so-called wage gap. Many studies have found that women make about 75 cents for every dollar a man earns.

John Stossel | June 22, 2005

Feminists keep demanding new laws to protect women from the so-called wage gap. Many studies have found that women make about 75 cents for every dollar a man earns.

Walter E. Williams | June 22, 2005

America's socialists advocate that we adopt a universal healthcare system like our northern neighbor Canada.

Walter E. Williams | June 22, 2005

America's socialists advocate that we adopt a universal healthcare system like our northern neighbor Canada.

Walter E. Williams | June 22, 2005

America's socialists advocate that we adopt a universal healthcare system like our northern neighbor Canada.

Brent Bozell | June 22, 2005

After refusing to do so for seven days, Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois finally apologized for insulting his country.

Brent Bozell | June 22, 2005

After refusing to do so for seven days, Sen. Richard Durbin of Illinois finally apologized for insulting his country.

Jonah Goldberg | June 22, 2005

As you've no doubt heard, in a speech on the Senate floor (which was no doubt better in the original French), the senior senator from Illinois compared American behavior at Guantanamo Bay to the killing fields of Pol Pot, the Nazi concentration camps, and the Soviet Gulag.

Jonah Goldberg | June 22, 2005

As you've no doubt heard, in a speech on the Senate floor (which was no doubt better in the original French), the senior senator from Illinois compared American behavior at Guantanamo Bay to the killing fields of Pol Pot, the Nazi concentration camps, and the Soviet Gulag.

Tony Blankley | June 22, 2005

About once a year I review a book in this column that ought to be required reading for people who care about politics.

Tony Blankley | June 22, 2005

About once a year I review a book in this column that ought to be required reading for people who care about politics.

Cal Thomas | June 22, 2005

A battle is raging between Kenneth Tomlinson, chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, who believes that PBS and NPR slant too far left and need to be brought into balance, and Bill Moyers and his ideological soul mates, who think public broadcasting is fine as it is.

Cal Thomas | June 22, 2005

A battle is raging between Kenneth Tomlinson, chairman of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, who believes that PBS and NPR slant too far left and need to be brought into balance, and Bill Moyers and his ideological soul mates, who think public broadcasting is fine as it is.

Ben Shapiro | June 22, 2005

Last week, Michael Jackson was cleared of all charges in his child molestation case. As the verdict was announced, Jackson's fans cheered.

Ben Shapiro | June 22, 2005

Last week, Michael Jackson was cleared of all charges in his child molestation case. As the verdict was announced, Jackson's fans cheered.

Kathleen Parker | June 22, 2005

By now we can concede that America's prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is not a torture-driven gulag and that Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., is at risk of implosion by hyperbole.

Kathleen Parker | June 22, 2005

By now we can concede that America's prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is not a torture-driven gulag and that Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., is at risk of implosion by hyperbole.

Rich Lowry | June 22, 2005

The U.S. Senate can barely agree to hold up-or-down votes to confirm judges, but no worries — it is about to save the planet.

Rich Lowry | June 22, 2005

The U.S. Senate can barely agree to hold up-or-down votes to confirm judges, but no worries ? it is about to save the planet.

Tue, Jun 21, 2005

David Limbaugh | June 21, 2005

It's important that we don't let Dick Durbin off the hook too quickly.

Dennis Prager | June 21, 2005

It is almost impossible to overstate how radically different Old Testament thought was from the thought of the rest of its contemporary world.

Bill Murchison | June 21, 2005

You'll want to look hard beneath headlines like 'Bush Approval Falls in Nationwide Polls' to notice what's missing.

Bruce Bartlett | June 21, 2005

One reason I thought it was a bad idea to appoint a commission to study tax reform is that its members would waste a lot of time reviewing options that most tax experts rejected long ago.

Mon, Jun 20, 2005

Thomas Sowell | June 20, 2005

Back in the days of the Hapsburg Empire, there was a town in Bohemia called Budweis.

Michael Barone | June 20, 2005

The recent rejection of the European Union constitutional treaty by the voters of France and the Netherlands has led to the opposite of the 'ever closer union' that has been the goal of the fathers of the EU since it was established in 1957.

Star Parker | June 20, 2005

Thanks to an active school-choice movement, funded and staffed by dedicated and principled private citizens, an increasing number of American parents have the quintessentially American opportunity of choosing where to send their child to school.

Mike Adams | June 20, 2005

Ten years ago, I wrote to you with a plan I considered to be well-thought-out and just, though not necessarily easy to implement.

Cal Thomas | June 20, 2005

Former Senator and U.N. Ambassador John Danforth has performed a valuable service between elections by writing about a Christian's role in contemporary American society.

Suzanne Fields | June 20, 2005

I grew up with fighters. Daddy was a fight promoter. He put on the world championship bout between Buddy Baer and Joe Louis in 1941 at the old Griffith Stadium in Washington.

Diana West | June 20, 2005

So what if closing Gitmo lets hundreds of jihadists out of their prison cages and into their terror cells?

Phyllis Schlafly | June 20, 2005

According to Harvard development expert Jeffrey Sachs, malaria cuts in half the potential growth of African countries.

Jack Kemp | June 20, 2005

By tightening monetary policy during the past year, the Federal Reserve Board has gotten back on track, but it should refrain from further tightening.

John Leo | June 20, 2005

Just when it seemed that every liberal commentator on the Terri Schiavo case was starting to sound like Barney Frank...

Robert Novak | June 20, 2005

Dodd's unreported speech to an empty Senate before it adjourned for another long weekend was classic senatorial misdirection.

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.