Sun, Jul 24, 2005

Caroline Glick | July 24, 2005

The time has come for the people of Israel to be allowed to freely and democratically decide which side they are on.

Paul Jacob | July 24, 2005

Just when the nomination of John Roberts for the Supreme Court was looking sure and civil, Senate Democrats have found a way to smear him. Yes, it now appears West Virginia Senator Robert C. Byrd will support Roberts.

Sat, Jul 23, 2005

Doug Giles | July 23, 2005

Evidently 'moderate Muslims' in the UK didn’t read my column last week—either that or they really dropped the ball, as London has once again been slapped by terrorists.

Rich Tucker | July 23, 2005

Never fear, conservatives. Something always beats nothing. That’s why, in the long run, liberal framing is bound to fail.

Larry Kudlow | July 23, 2005

Of all the news stories regarding China's so-called currency reform, 'Saying Goodbye to Mr. Greenspan,' written by Keith Bradsher of the New York Times, hits the nail closest to the head.

Kathleen Parker | July 23, 2005

I hadn't realized how unaware I was until the woman seated next to me snapped a strip of leather around my wrist and whispered: 'This is hottest thing in Hollywood right now.'

Robert Novak | July 23, 2005

Mentioning the little-known Judge Edith Brown Clement as front-runner for the Supreme Court vacancy was not a ploy to obscure the eventual selection of Judge John Roberts. She was the real runner-up, after evoking mixed reviews from conservatives.

Fri, Jul 22, 2005

Jonah Goldberg | July 22, 2005

Considering how rapidly the political consensus here unraveled, it's hard to believe these incidents will lead to an enduring resolve to do what's necessary.

David Limbaugh | July 22, 2005

Before President Bush's Supreme Court nomination of Judge John Roberts completely overshadows the misidentified Karl Rove scandal, I think we better take a second look at the twisted direction this sad story has taken.

Oliver North | July 22, 2005

Buried in all the mainstream media coverage this week over new terrorist bombings in London, space shuttles that didn't launch, the trashing of Karl Rove and the nomination of a new Supreme Court justice was a little-noted item about reenlistments in the U.S. armed forces exceeding expectations.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 22, 2005

When it comes to drug abuse, underage drinking and smoking, recent years have seen the arrival of much-needed media campaigns and school programs designed to let kids know flat out: Do not engage.

Rich Lowry | July 22, 2005

John Roberts will almost certainly pull the Supreme Court to the right. But there is nothing that Democrats and outside groups will be able to do to stop it, because Borking has met its match.

Chuck Colson | July 22, 2005

With the speed of the news cycle, we can become carried away with the latest rumor or speculation. But that doesn’t help us when we need to take the long view.

Charles Krauthammer | July 22, 2005

This is a thin reed on which to hang a constitutional philosophy. But it's about all we got.

Thu, Jul 21, 2005

Ann Coulter | July 21, 2005

Maybe Roberts will contravene the sordid history of 'stealth nominees' and be the Scalia or Thomas Bush promised us when he was asking for our votes. Or maybe he won't.

Thomas Sowell | July 21, 2005

Those who want to see judges who will apply the law instead of imposing their own policies face not only political obstruction to the appointment of such judges but also calculated confusion about the very words used in discussing what is at issue.

Larry Elder | July 21, 2005

Governments historically use eminent domain to acquire private property for 'public use,' defined as a road, bridge or a school. Here, the city bluntly acknowledges its goal -- a higher tax base.

Suzanne Fields | July 21, 2005

Whether "Rove, Rove, Rove," or "art, art, art," we're the spectators participating in the projected image.

Debra J. Saunders | July 21, 2005

Call this another confirmation of the sorriest rule in American politics: In Washington, it is easier to pass a bad bill than a good one.

Larry Kudlow | July 21, 2005

Might John G. Roberts Jr. be the first supply-sider to sit on the Supreme Court? Well, not exactly...

Ross Mackenzie | July 21, 2005

So it's John Roberts. He is President Bush's Supreme Court nominee who will be the latest test of how close the confirmation process has approached to meltdown.

John McCaslin | July 21, 2005

Talk about appearing blindfolded before a kangaroo court.

Marvin Olasky | July 21, 2005

Rich hunters offsetting the costs of their African safaris by donating mounted heads of exotic animals to a Nebraska museum and claiming huge tax deductions.

Robert Novak | July 21, 2005

The hearing's purpose was to grill Kenneth Y. Tomlinson, Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) president, about hiring two consultants in his campaign against liberal bias on the airwaves.

Wed, Jul 20, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 20, 2005

A recent e-mail from a dedicated teacher illustrates a problem that has received far too little attention.

Michelle Malkin | July 20, 2005

Oh, dear. Oh, dear. Civil liberties activists, anti-war organizers, eco-militants and animal rights operatives are in a fright over news that the nefarious FBI is watching them.

John Stossel | July 20, 2005

If the wealthy owners of sports teams want new stadiums, let them build them with their own money. They're not entitled to our money.

Walter E. Williams | July 20, 2005

The slavery reparations shakedown lobby is gearing up for attacks on American industry.

Brent Bozell | July 20, 2005

For months there had been a quiet buzz in both political and publishing circles surrounding 'The Book' being written about Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Jonah Goldberg | July 20, 2005

Large swaths of Britain - and certainly most of its elite - doesn't care much one way or the other about their flag.

Mona Charen | July 20, 2005

Medical science may be able to settle a contentious and damaging fight between Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives, and yet few have taken any notice.

Tony Blankley | July 20, 2005

The report then went on to pronounce that the key problem in Britain for preventing terrorism is that the country is 'riding as a pillion passenger with the United States in the war on terror.'

Cal Thomas | July 20, 2005

Once again, President Bush has confounded his critics by doing what he said he would do.

Debra J. Saunders | July 20, 2005

It looks as if all the interest groups and nattering nabobs outside the White House have conspired to make placing his first U.S. Supreme Court nominee on the bench really easy for President Bush.

Ben Shapiro | July 20, 2005

Perhaps Roberts is a safe pick. He's politically conservative and undoubtedly brilliant.

Terry Jeffrey | July 20, 2005

You might think it was a pretty good indicator the federal government was spending too much money on medical research when it started paying advocates of 'alternative' medicine to study the impact of yoga on 'generalized anxiety.'

Linda Chavez | July 20, 2005

The AFL-CIO is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, but don't expect any champagne to be flowing at the organization's annual convention next week.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 20, 2005

One wonders: Can they screw things up as nicely as they screwed up Vietnam?

Kathleen Parker | July 20, 2005

The line is fine between prude and prudent, and he - or she - who would be president should figure it out sooner than later.

Chuck Colson | July 20, 2005

When life comes crashing down upon us, we often think that God no longer cares. But a mark of true Christianity is wrenching good out of evil.

Joel Mowbray | July 20, 2005

Though the ultimate arbiter of any legal issues will be special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald and the aforementioned grand jury, the political case against Bush’s right-hand man is quickly crumbling.

Tue, Jul 19, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 19, 2005

There have been many bitter complaints from teachers and principals about the Bush administration's 'No Child Left Behind' act -- and more specifically about having to 'teach to the test' instead of doing whatever teachers and principals want to do.

David Limbaugh | July 19, 2005

The Senate's most self-satisfied senator, Joseph Biden, has established a website asking citizens to join him in pressuring President Bush to pick a liberal Supreme Court nominee so that a contentious confirmation battle can be averted.

Dennis Prager | July 19, 2005

Many Jews and Christians believe that all murderers should be kept alive, that it is not only wrong to take the life of any murderer; it is actually un-Jewish or un-Christian.

Bill Murchison | July 19, 2005

From here in heartland America, I'm winging a message eastward.

John McCaslin | July 19, 2005

The last time we heard from George G. Fabik was when the retired naval officer drew attention to the remains of five U.S. Navy airmen sitting above ground in Greenland, where they perished in 1962 while hunting for Russian submarines.

Bruce Bartlett | July 19, 2005

Final repeal of the estate tax is high on the agenda of the White House and congressional Republicans.

Mon, Jul 18, 2005

Michael Barone | July 18, 2005

On the basis of the testimony of Oates and a few other similar characters, more than a dozen Catholics were found guilty and executed.

Mike Adams | July 18, 2005

My new policy of smoking a great cigar every time a pinko commie makes an a** of himself (or herself) is going to require a whole new set of cigar recommendations. Well, here goes:

Star Parker | July 18, 2005

The NAACP has just concluded its 96th annual convention, and it makes me sad.

Cal Thomas | July 18, 2005

Thank goodness for those history channels that bring back the generals and politicians of the past who, by contrast, make many of today's leaders look indecisive.

Suzanne Fields | July 18, 2005

The great entertainers (and some not so great) were at it again, preening in their financial success and trying to make others feel guilty for theirs.

Diana West | July 18, 2005

Only one faith on Earth may be more messianic than Islam: multiculturalism.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 18, 2005

It's a mystery why Republicans continue to put a billion dollars a year of taxpayers' money into the hands of radical feminists who use it to preach their anti-marriage and anti-male ideology, promote divorce, corrupt the family court system, and engage in liberal political advocacy.

John Leo | July 18, 2005

David Koepp, who wrote the screen-play for War of the Worlds, says the Martian attackers in the film represent the American military, while the Americans being slaughtered at random represent Iraqi civilians.

Joel Mowbray | July 18, 2005

As part of the cynical campaign to destroy the man who guided Bush to four straight electoral victories, the Left has hailed Wilson as a hero.

Robert Novak | July 18, 2005

Last Wednesday Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin entered a Republican Study Committee meeting, including the most aggressively conservative House members, with important news.

Armstrong Williams | July 18, 2005

Since terrorists detonated a series of bombs across London’s mass transit system last week, killing 52 people, there has been a tendency to wonder whether the war in Iraq is making the world more, not less dangerous.

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.