Sun, Jul 10, 2005

Cal Thomas | July 10, 2005

The words heard most often by political leaders, commentators and citizens in the aftermath of the London terrorist bombings were 'shocked, but not surprised.'

Caroline Glick | July 10, 2005

The barbaric terrorist attacks on Thursday morning in London made us all feel like Englishmen.

Debra J. Saunders | July 10, 2005

This seems so obvious that I shouldn't have to write it but: There were no U.S. troops fighting in Iraq or Afghanistan on Sept. 11, 2001, and yet innocent people were killed.

Paul Jacob | July 10, 2005

Irish rocker Bob Geldorf and the music superstars who recently held Live 8 concerts across the globe made a lot of noise. But beyond the wall of electric amplifiers, a quiet truth rarely got much notice.

Sat, Jul 09, 2005

Doug Giles | July 09, 2005

Being the tough guys and mighty combatants that they are, these “warriors of god” intentionally targeted civilian men, women and children who were stuck in mass transit being armed only with briefcases, BlackBerry’s and Starbucks.

Matt Towery | July 09, 2005

On vacation this week and finally relaxed, I was suddenly awakened by my wife telling me that London had been attacked.

Robert Novak | July 09, 2005

Conservatives are privately urging that President Bush replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor with another woman in an effort to disarm feminist opposition.

Fri, Jul 08, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 08, 2005

In addition to the havoc wrought by the judiciary in our times, there is the havoc wrought on the judiciary itself by others.

Brent Bozell | July 08, 2005

In its latest lame attempt to package a 'reality' show, ABC asked a group of neighbors to choose the new owner of a big house available on their block.

Jonah Goldberg | July 08, 2005

Why do we want to give journalists - even bloggers - a right no one else has?

David Limbaugh | July 08, 2005

The Democrats' orgy over retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is just one fraudulent component of their grand con game in preparation for war over her successor.

Mona Charen | July 08, 2005

By committing such atrocities, the Islamists manage to stiffen whatever small residue of resolve remains in flaccid Western civilization.

Oliver North | July 08, 2005

Brian Williams, main character of the dark, prime time NBC satire called 'Nightly News,' is now a finalist, with Newsweek magazine and Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., for the title of 'Revisionist Historian of The Year.'

Rebecca Hagelin | July 08, 2005

Within a few hours of the nomination, Ted Kennedy pompously and deceitfully twisted the sterling record and character of a great American into that of a Nazi.

Rich Tucker | July 08, 2005

Under normal circumstances, this summit would have been forgotten even before the participants’ had departed.

Kathleen Parker | July 08, 2005

Without reporters who will protect those who tell dangerous secrets, the same people who applaud Miller's incarceration will know only what the government wants them to know.

Charles Krauthammer | July 08, 2005

Unlike a principled conservative such as Antonin Scalia or a principled liberal such as Ruth Bader Ginsburg, O'Connor had no stable ideas about constitutional interpretation.

Rich Lowry | July 08, 2005

It's a war. Whenever we begin to forget that, we get a horrific reminder.

John McCaslin | July 08, 2005

We haven't seen this much strain between the United States and Mexico since Davy Crockett and a band of 189 volunteers bravely defended the Alamo against a Mexican army numbering in the thousands.

George Will | July 08, 2005

Who should President Bush nominate to fill today's Supreme Court vacancy?

Thu, Jul 07, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 07, 2005

When it comes to judicial nominees, especially nominees to the Supreme Court, you might think that the only thing that matters -- the thing that trumps all other considerations -- is whether the nominee is for or against legalized abortions.

Mike Adams | July 07, 2005

Last week, I went to work to examine a copy of my 2004 performance evaluation. For the first time in 12 years, my evaluation contained some negative remarks.

Suzanne Fields | July 07, 2005

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty, as we all know, but sometimes vigilantes have to invent bad guys to keep their franchise alive.

Debra J. Saunders | July 07, 2005

But a funny thing happened on Pelosi's way to hers ethics coup: She ran afoul of the same rules she hurls at DeLay.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 07, 2005

I set out for London for a quiet week enjoying the arts and leisure, and what happens?

George Will | July 07, 2005

The ideal Republican candidate can meld two Republican tendencies that are in tension -- social conservatism and libertarianism.

Marvin Olasky | July 07, 2005

Fewer than one out of 100 U.S. adults is HIV-positive, but at least one out of five adults in South Africa is, and the macabre stat may soon be one out of two and heading even higher.

Ross Mackenzie | July 07, 2005

If you're just back from Jupiter or something, you might not have heard that Sandra O'Connor has told President Bush she'd like to retire from the Supreme Court.

Robert Novak | July 07, 2005

While Kennedy's ploy presents a temporary problem, Bush's stance could be fatal.

Chuck Colson | July 07, 2005

Even if sub-Saharan Africa gets the economic aid it is seeking from the West, it still faces a monumental AIDS crisis.

Wed, Jul 06, 2005

Ann Coulter | July 06, 2005

Cleverly, Bush also made a big point of noting that Reagan appointed O'Connor, reminding people that whatever mistakes Bush may have made, at least he didn't appoint O'Connor.

Thomas Sowell | July 06, 2005

Some judges and Supreme Court justices may flatter themselves that they are helping the poor and the disadvantaged but their arbitrary notions often hurt the less fortunate most of all.

Michelle Malkin | July 06, 2005

The grievance industry went into overdrive last month when burned Korans were reportedly discovered at a local mosque in southwest Virginia.

John Stossel | July 06, 2005

Did you damage your skin while you were out celebrating our freedom Monday? You might have been safer if you were freer.

Walter E. Williams | July 06, 2005

Between 1962 and today, American dependence on government has more than doubled and shows little sign of abatement.

Brent Bozell | July 06, 2005

When Sandra Day O'Connor announced her intention to retire from the Supreme Court, Washingtonians gathered with one thought: The circus has come to town.

Jonah Goldberg | July 06, 2005

According to Bob Geldof, 2 billion people watched his snazzy Live8 concert thingamajig.

David Limbaugh | July 06, 2005

I'm troubled by what I'm hearing from politicians -- on both sides -- concerning the type of person who should replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the process that should be followed to determine her replacement.

Tony Blankley | July 06, 2005

We are just at the beginning of a long and ugly fight. The public is not going to like the specter of yet another Washington partisan fight -- but it is a fight worth having.

Pat Buchanan | July 06, 2005

Bush can succeed where every Republican president in 50 years failed: to rein in this radical and renegade court and restore the Constitution.

Terry Jeffrey | July 06, 2005

You don't need to be Carl von Clausewitz to figure out that it could damage U.S. security interests if the communists in Beijing defeat Chevron in their competing bids to purchase Unocal, the ninth-largest U.S. oil-and-gas company.

Ben Shapiro | July 06, 2005

On the night of March 4, 1776, troops under the command of Gen. George Washington prepared for a cataclysmic gamble.

Linda Chavez | July 06, 2005

How many children must die before lawmakers and the courts decide to keep certain classes of sexual predators behind bars permanently?

Kathleen Parker | July 06, 2005

You have to hand it to the Spanish. They've got a knack for inquisitions. The latest doctrine to which Spaniards now must pledge their fealty is equality in housework.

Tue, Jul 05, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 05, 2005

Some whites in the South have reacted with resentment at the thought that they are being stereotyped as rednecks while some blacks resent anything that suggests anything negative about themselves.

Cal Thomas | July 05, 2005

When Ronald Reagan nominated Arizona's Sandra Day O'Connor to the Supreme Court in 1981, conservatives were nervous because little was known about her.

Dennis Prager | July 05, 2005

We don't know who President George W. Bush will nominate to succeed Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. But this is certain: Democrats will smear the nominee.

Diana West | July 05, 2005

Aren't we the people who don't negotiate with terrorists?

Frank Gaffney | July 05, 2005

For many of the families of the 3,000 American citizens who were murdered on September 11, 2001, the worst thing that could happen would be for their loved ones’ sacrifice and loss to be forgotten.

Bill Murchison | July 05, 2005

The feel, the smell, the taste of another presidential election is in the air.

Bruce Bartlett | July 05, 2005

The Founding Fathers quite rightly wanted to insulate the court from partisan politics and they thought that life tenure would achieve this purpose.

John McCaslin | July 05, 2005

The USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77), the last of the Nimitz-class aircraft carriers, is now three years from completion and is set for launch in 2008.

Rich Lowry | July 05, 2005

I have been following Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey's marriage closely. Not because I care about the state of that particular union, but because I have little choice.

Mon, Jul 04, 2005

Michael Barone | July 04, 2005

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's retirement seems sure to lead to a brutal political battle over the confirmation of her replacement.

Star Parker | July 04, 2005

President Bush is getting ready to head for Scotland to meet with heads of the other major industrialized nations where one of the big questions on the table will be poverty.

Suzanne Fields | July 04, 2005

Thousands of men and women who went before us did, and thank God for every one of them.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 04, 2005

The Supreme Court wrapped up one of its most disappointing terms in years. Plagued by Chief Justice Rehnquist's absence due to illness, the other justices behaved like the gang that could not shoot straight.

Armstrong Williams | July 04, 2005

July 4th is more than a time to celebrate America’s birthday by grilling hot dogs and buying on credit.

Robert Novak | July 04, 2005

On June 22, members of Congress received an e-mail from CNOOC Ltd., the Chinese government's huge oil producer, defending its takeover bid of Unocal (along with its substantial oil and gas reserves).

Sun, Jul 03, 2005

Paul Jacob | July 03, 2005

She was the best of justices; she was the worst of justices . . . Sandra Day O'Connor is retiring from the Supreme Court, leaving behind a mixed record and a bitter battle to pick her replacement.

Robert Novak | July 03, 2005

Last week's long-range confrontation between Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley and Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin was much more than a personal tiff involving two formidable Illinois Democrats who obviously are not fond of each other.

George Will | July 03, 2005

Using narrative history to refute historicism, McCullough's two themes in '1776' are that things could have turned out very differently, and that individuals of character can change the destinies of nations.