Sun, Jul 31, 2005

Paul Jacob | July 31, 2005

My mother reads this column. So, trust me, I don't plan to talk about sex toys any more than I have to. I'm no expert on the subject, either. But I do know they're not worth a multi-billion dollar tax increase.

Sat, Jul 30, 2005

Caroline Glick | July 30, 2005

The dog and pony show we were witness to this week in Paris, conducted by two beseiged leaders who are well past their prime, was yet another indication that the most urgent challenge we face is persevering through what remains of their respective tenures. The good news is that the cavalry is on its way.

Doug Giles | July 30, 2005

If you adopt these Habits… not just read them … but take them on … yea, obey them religiously, I will guarantee your life will stink worse than a three week old pile of wild boar guts.

Rich Tucker | July 30, 2005

By the time you read this, the author may be out of a job.

Robert Novak | July 30, 2005

George W. Bush, usually early to bed, was on the phone past 10 p.m. Wednesday talking reluctant Republican House members into voting for CAFTA.

Fri, Jul 29, 2005

Brent Bozell | July 29, 2005

The easiest way to get a 'green light' for a movie in Hollywood these days is to steal someone else's old idea.

Mike Adams | July 29, 2005

People often ask me how I deal with university leftists who are so hostile to my views. And now you know.

David Limbaugh | July 29, 2005

Senate Democrat leaders, after briefly masquerading as 'uniters, not dividers,' appear to be gearing up to fight the nomination of John G. Roberts.

Mona Charen | July 29, 2005

It's the country Sen. John Kerry and the Democrats kept asserting was more of a threat than Saddam's Iraq during the campaign of 2004. Funny, they haven't mentioned it since.

Oliver North | July 29, 2005

The wilted flower child who firmly established her place in American history when she mounted a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun has decided it's time to teach a whole new generation to blame America first.

Matt Towery | July 29, 2005

If Congress and state legislatures are looking for meaningful and popular legislation, they need to consider developing new laws to help stop identity theft.

Jacob Sullum | July 29, 2005

The city is not releasing precise figures, but the Times reports police are searching "thousands" of bags a day.

Rebecca Hagelin | July 29, 2005

It’s been a day I will long remember and even come to cherish as a reminder that fighting the culture is sometimes frustrating and exhausting, but always, always worth the effort.

Charles Krauthammer | July 29, 2005

We might not catch everybody. True. But how many do we catch now with the billions spent patting down grandmothers from Poughkeepsie?

Chuck Colson | July 29, 2005

Not everyone can become a howling success. In fact, some people need to be cared for all their lives. Does that give them less value?

Kathleen Parker | July 29, 2005

The slippery slope that wasn't supposed to happen once same-sex marriage was granted is making Everest jealous.

Thu, Jul 28, 2005

Larry Elder | July 28, 2005

What caused all the ruckus? According to the Associated Press, Prime Minister Tony Blair, in a radio interview, said the solution to Islamic terrorism turns on solving the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.

Cal Thomas | July 28, 2005

We've all seen them: aging athletes, beyond their prime, trying to squeeze out one more fight, or one more season, but failing to bring back their glory days.

Suzanne Fields | July 28, 2005

Mom reckoned that the decline of middle-class morality began with declining public fashion, with allowing children to wear flip-flops and cut-off jeans to school.

Debra J. Saunders | July 28, 2005

There was one problem with Revelli's property: It was on such a prime location, the government virtually stole it.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 28, 2005

Democrats and liberals -- usually one and the same -- are again fastening their attention on a national organization composed mainly of libertarian conservative lawyers and judges.

Marvin Olasky | July 28, 2005

What has Mount Zion gained from its investment? Here are five glimpses of a day at the Children of Zion home:

Larry Kudlow | July 28, 2005

If by some distant chance Bush advisor Karl Rove is pushed out of the White House by the Valerie Plame/CIA kerfuffle, it would come at the detriment of pro-growth economic policies and quite conceivably the stock market and the economy as well.

Alan Reynolds | July 28, 2005

Since 2002, when the metaphor of a "housing bubble" began to stick to reporters like Bubblicious gum on their shoes, they have continued quoting the same Chicken Littles warning about an imminent and supposedly disastrous collapse of housing prices.

Robert Novak | July 28, 2005

The bolt in Chicago Monday from the AFL-CIO by the Teamsters and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) reflects a long-building reaction to John Sweeney's plans a decade ago when he muscled his way into the labor federation presidency.

Ross Mackenzie | July 28, 2005

About 40 POWs attended the final Stockdale tribute - they and nearly a dozen Medal of Honor winners, who served as honorary pallbearers.

Wed, Jul 27, 2005

Ann Coulter | July 27, 2005

Republicans are desperately trying to convince themselves that Roberts will be different because they want to believe Bush wouldn't let us down on the Supreme Court.

Michelle Malkin | July 27, 2005

Thankfully, military watchdogs on guard against Islamist terrorists with rocket launchers know better than to stop Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan look-a-likes with Louis Vuitton pet carriers strapped around their shoulders.

John Stossel | July 27, 2005

America is supposed to be a land of self-reliant, hardy individualists who cherish their freedom.

Walter E. Williams | July 27, 2005

Much ado in our country and Europe has been made about alleged mistreatment and torture of suspected terrorist prisoners.

Brent Bozell | July 27, 2005

Journalists walk around with the knee-jerk assumption that they are the most essential forces of democracy, there to enrich the nation and its citizens.

Jonah Goldberg | July 27, 2005

It's not nice to kick a guy when he's down, but I'm thinking he can handle it.

Mike Adams | July 27, 2005

It was almost midnight when I decided to make two difficult phone calls the next morning.

Tony Blankley | July 27, 2005

As the John Roberts' Supreme Court nomination fight opens, the predicted battle to save or kill Roe v Wade already has taken to the streets, the Internet and the media.

Debra J. Saunders | July 27, 2005

For years, nothing helped. America's children weren't reading as well as they should.

Ben Shapiro | July 27, 2005

Yes, we would all prefer to ride the subway without the hassle of having security employees rifling through our bags. But most of us would also prefer not to be blown up, and if that entails having some uniformed city worker check my backpack, so be it.

Terry Jeffrey | July 27, 2005

Russert put Durbin on the rack last Sunday, torturing the poor man with his own contradictory words.

Kathleen Parker | July 27, 2005

Like millions of Americans, I heaved a sigh of relief upon reading that Jane Fonda finally is going to speak out against the war in Iraq. Where has she been?

Tue, Jul 26, 2005

Thomas Sowell | July 26, 2005

If Judge Roberts has ever been guilty of jay-walking, you can believe that some shrill special interest group will dig that up and try to make him seem like a threat to the republic.

Mike Adams | July 26, 2005

Yesterday, I received several emails from readers warning me that I might lose my job over the article I wrote criticizing my university?s new harassment policy.

David Limbaugh | July 26, 2005

I may be going against the conservative grain here, but I am not as bothered by the prospect of questions from Senate Judiciary Committee members seeking to determine how John Roberts' judicial philosophy might guide him.

Michael Medved | July 26, 2005

The standard entertainment industry reaction to Hollywood's box office slump reveals the same shallow, materialistic mindset that helped create the problem in the first place. The left-leaning thinking that dominates the movie business follows a common liberal instinct to deny the spiritual dimension to every problem, thereby profoundly compounding the difficulties.

Dennis Prager | July 26, 2005

In the last few weeks, innocent men, women and children have been blown up, paralyzed, brain damaged and otherwise had their lives ruined by Muslim suicide bombers in Britain, Egypt and Iraq.

Bill Murchison | July 26, 2005

Having finished a new book on the late Justice Harry Blackmun, and eyeing the run-up to the John Roberts confirmation, I've got a question:

Bruce Bartlett | July 26, 2005

Today, Congress cuts taxes and raises spending, too, with complete indifference to the impact on the deficit.

Herman Cain | July 26, 2005

The latest data show that our nation’s economic eagle is starting to fly again.

Joel Mowbray | July 26, 2005

There are 119 inmates in the federal prison system with “specific ties” to international Islamic terrorist organizations, and almost all of them are able to communicate with the outside world through phone calls and letters.

Rich Lowry | July 26, 2005

The four would-be suicide bombers of the botched July 21 attacks in London have a big problem. They were caught on videotape.

Mon, Jul 25, 2005

Michael Barone | July 25, 2005

You think they'd learn. But for the past five years, the same folks have been trying to undermine the presidency of George W. Bush.

Mike Adams | July 25, 2005

Thanks so much for your letter expressing concern over UNC-Wilmington?s new harassment policy, which reads as follows:

Star Parker | July 25, 2005

The characterizations we most commonly hear in contrasting liberal and conservative judges tend to use phrases such as 'activism' vs. 'restraint,' and approaching the Constitution as a 'living document' vs. focusing on 'original intent.'

Cal Thomas | July 25, 2005

Relying on unexpected revenue to keep deficits down is like hoping an unexpected arrival of alcohol will help a drunk toward sobriety.

Suzanne Fields | July 25, 2005

In the rush to judgment of John G. Roberts Jr., the president's nominee to the Supreme Court, everybody's looking for the angle, to determine where he does or doesn't represent a position on this, that and the whatever.

Debra J. Saunders | July 25, 2005

That is, at first, Livingstone blamed the bombers. Then, he blamed everyone but the bombers.

Diana West | July 25, 2005

While it tugs on the heartstrings, the loyalty of individual Muslims fails to neutralize or reform the institutions of jihad and dhimmitude that rise from Islamic teachings.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 25, 2005

The histrionics of the liberals about the impending nomination to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court look overwrought, but they are heartfelt.

John Leo | July 25, 2005

Isn't it awful, a friend said at dinner the other night, that 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died since the U.S. invasion?

Armstrong Williams | July 25, 2005

With the initial shock of 9-1-1 having receded some, we are more inclined to question our own suspicions.

Robert Novak | July 25, 2005

Twelve years ago at a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing, Sen. Patrick Leahy propounded a theoretical question about constitutional separation of church and state.

Jack Kemp | July 25, 2005

The bottom line is that Roberts is a highly qualified conservative jurist who can be confirmed to the Supreme Court in the current political environment.

Joel Mowbray | July 25, 2005

After the terrorist attacks in London, the Sun Online in the UK published a special feature of Islamic terrorist attacks that have occurred around the world since 1993.

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.