Sun, Jul 17, 2005

Caroline Glick | July 17, 2005

In the week since last Thursday's attacks in London we have repeatedly heard the analogy between those bombings and the Nazi bombing war against Britain.

Paul Jacob | July 17, 2005

Space industry is just sitting on the launch pad, like the shuttles Discovery and Atlantis, waiting to take off. It needs creativity, ingenuity, guts and the stiff, bracing kick of withheld subsidy.

Sat, Jul 16, 2005

Doug Giles | July 16, 2005

After the damnable 911 terror attacks, President Bush stated that, 'Islam is a religion of peace' and the people who carried out these atrocious acts of war are the evil fringe adherents of a good religion.

Robert Novak | July 16, 2005

Super-lobbyist Ed Gillespie has been given his own office in the West Wing of the White House to manage President Bush's Supreme Court confirmation battle.

Fri, Jul 15, 2005

Brent Bozell | July 15, 2005

In the world of celebrity journalism, A-list celebrities are usually in total control with reporters going along for the ride.

Jonah Goldberg | July 15, 2005

I didn't come here to do any reporting, but when a city is attacked in such a way, every stroll amounts to newsgathering.

David Limbaugh | July 15, 2005

The Left isn't obsessed with destroying Karl Rove simply because they want to taint President Bush by taking out one of his closest confidants.

Mona Charen | July 15, 2005

ne was a young father of an 8-month-old. Another was a cricket fan. A third was supposedly 'proud to be British.'

Oliver North | July 15, 2005

In the midst of one of the greatest challenges we have ever faced, we in the Western world have developed a serious communications problem.

Matt Towery | July 15, 2005

Mr. President, remind Americans that while we have battles to fight and problems to face, things really are, in many ways, going great.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 15, 2005

The current opportunity to change the composition of the Supreme Court is an opportunity to restore America to her greatness.

Jacob Sullum | July 15, 2005

Every time a new obesity study comes out, pundits latch onto it as proof that the government either should or should not take an interest in what Americans eat and how much they exercise.

Rich Tucker | July 15, 2005

These are difficult times to be a liberal. On issue after issue, they’re outflanked by conservative ideas and hampered by their own lack of ideas.

Kathleen Parker | July 15, 2005

As Brits stiffen their upper lips and politicians hustle to reiterate that Islam is not the problem, cognitive dissonance grips the planet.

Charles Krauthammer | July 15, 2005

Early news reports of the London bombings mentioned that police found no suspects among known Islamist cells in Britain. Come again?

Thu, Jul 14, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 14, 2005

Random thoughts on the passing scene:

Larry Elder | July 14, 2005

How can one 'solve' the problem of Islamic extremism?

Suzanne Fields | July 14, 2005

On an unusually hot July day in Berlin, a friend and I left the city for the countryside to visit friends at their small house on a lake in the village of Tornow, 40 miles south of Berlin.

Debra J. Saunders | July 14, 2005

Call the Quran and Rove stories examples of a new trend: We-told-you-so journalism.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 14, 2005

If Islam's apologists for terror accomplish this feat, the world is in for more than mischief. London will be in for more carnage and America, too.

Alan Reynolds | July 14, 2005

When I first read that the China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC) had offered to buy Unocal for about $7 a share more than Chevron offered, my initial reaction was that this is none of my business.

Robert Novak | July 14, 2005

Overshadowed by the London terrorist attack and largely ignored by inattentive news media, the declaration on global warming at the G-8 summit of industrialized nations sounded far more like George W. Bush than Tony Blair and Jacques Chirac.

Marvin Olasky | July 14, 2005

The G8 leaders' pronouncement last Friday about aid to Africa reflected the views of international bureaucrats who, as Paul Theroux wrote, ride from meeting to meeting in new Land Rovers.

Wed, Jul 13, 2005

Ann Coulter | July 13, 2005

Karl Rove was right. The real story about Joseph C. Wilson IV was not that Bush lied about Saddam seeking uranium in Africa; the story was Clown Wilson and his paper-pusher wife, Valerie Plame.

Thomas Sowell | July 13, 2005

Nature and man have combined to make Africa the most tragic of the continents -- and the men who did this have been both black and white.

Michelle Malkin | July 13, 2005

Across the pond, the British Broadcasting Corporation is taking well-deserved lumps for whitewashing the 7/7 terrorist attacks in London.

John Stossel | July 13, 2005

I thought I'd have a shot at a fair debate with Al Franken because we're acquaintances; our kids went to school together. No such luck.

Walter E. Williams | July 13, 2005

In the wake of this pressure, we might ask ourselves whether it's foreign aid that Africa needs most for economic development.

Brent Bozell | July 13, 2005

It's a simple formula, so simple anyone could think of it. Except I didn't. And Bernie Goldberg did.

Mike Adams | July 13, 2005

In December of 2001, I experienced the second most anxiety-evoking event of my professional career.

Jonah Goldberg | July 13, 2005

Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, who is supposed to help pick a replacement for retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, says he's 'not a candidate' for the job. I don't believe him.

Tony Blankley | July 13, 2005

A very disturbing pattern of response in the West is developing to terrorist attacks.

Cal Thomas | July 13, 2005

Recent generations know less about the Constitution than they do about sex or the latest cultural trend.

Terry Jeffrey | July 13, 2005

When George Bush first ran for president, he said he would name 'strict constructionists' to the Supreme Court, citing Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas as models.

Ben Shapiro | July 13, 2005

This September, the Sundance Channel will air a 'groundbreaking' new 'reality' show entitled 'TransGeneration.'

Linda Chavez | July 13, 2005

Many people are questioning how four young men who had lived in Great Britain all or most of their lives could turn into fanatics capable of killing their fellow Britons for the cause of radical Islam.

Joel Mowbray | July 13, 2005

The federal Bureau of Prisons is holding 119 persons with 'specific ties' to international Islamist terrorist groups, yet has no full-time Arabic translators or a system to monitor their communications.

Tue, Jul 12, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 12, 2005

The official declarations coming out of the G8 meetings in Scotland, as well as the raucous demonstrations surrounding those meetings, talk about saving Africa.

David Limbaugh | July 12, 2005

Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne Jr. asked in a recent column, 'Should a temporary majority of 50.7 percent have control over the entire United States government?'

Dennis Prager | July 12, 2005

Liberals, Democrats and others on the Left frequently state that they 'support the troops.' For most of them, whether they realize it or not, this is not true.

Bill Murchison | July 12, 2005

Modern Europe lacks a first-order purpose. That lack discloses itself in the London explosions.

Bruce Bartlett | July 12, 2005

Two weeks ago, the Federal Reserve again raised short-term interest rates. The federal funds rate now stands at 3.25 percent.

Larry Kudlow | July 12, 2005

Remarkably, global stock markets continue to shrug off the London terrorist attack.

John McCaslin | July 12, 2005

'What these monsters fail to realize is that Americans are now more resolved than ever to see freedom triumph in Iraq and around the world.'

Mon, Jul 11, 2005

Michael Barone | July 11, 2005

The Supreme Court is our House of Lords. It is a deliberately, necessarily unrepresentative body of government that from time to time makes binding decisions on public policy -- some of which spark great protest.

Star Parker | July 11, 2005

Those who have first-hand experience with any kind of violence, particularly mindless violence, understand this stuff.

Cal Thomas | July 11, 2005

British politicians and much of the U.K. media are engaged in a familiar Western practice following a terrorist attack. They think they can explain it using Western standards.

Suzanne Fields | July 11, 2005

Nearly three-quarters of all Germans were born after May 1945, when the Third Reich finally collapsed, but memories of the world at war stalk the land still.

Armstrong Williams | July 11, 2005

The impending change could have a profound effect on issues as pervasive as affirmative action, the level of separation between church and state, gun control, and abortion rights.

Chuck Colson | July 11, 2005

Demographics, someone once said, is destiny. If that’s true, the industrialized world is in for a frightening future.

John Leo | July 11, 2005

No 'agents of social change,' please, on the Supreme Court. We need a modest and nonideological justice who is determined not to impose his or her politics from the bench.

Jack Kemp | July 11, 2005

From the alarmist and jingoistic reaction of many in Congress, one would think that the Chinese government had launched a hostile takeover bid of the American economy.

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.