Sun, Aug 07, 2005

Caroline Glick | August 07, 2005

With all the mayhem in Israel today it is difficult to step back and take note of a terrible crime that happens elsewhere.

Paul Jacob | August 07, 2005

Let's count our blessings. Congress is out of session. The men and women of Congress did their damage, sure enough, but at least during these hot, sticky days of August we're safe. They're on recess. Washington is now left with 35,000 lonely lobbyists.

George Will | August 07, 2005

Being at work is a lot less fun these days for the entire domestic auto industry.

Sat, Aug 06, 2005

Doug Giles | August 06, 2005

Pinocchio, JLo, Pamela Anderson and Alfred Hitchcock have a less obvious profile than the current death-dealing terrorist demographic.

Robert Novak | August 06, 2005

n response to the possible renewal of ethics charges against House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, high-level Republicans are warning that House Democratic Caucus Chairman Bob Menendez's personal conduct is being scrutinized.

Fri, Aug 05, 2005

Brent Bozell | August 05, 2005

It's daytime in the summer, and what are your children watching?

Jonah Goldberg | August 05, 2005

Murderous goons like Mohammed tempt God's wrath to the point of assuming the form of human lightning rods when, the moment they get caught, they suddenly stand firm on the principle that everyone be treated with dignity.

Mike Adams | August 05, 2005

Dear Appalachian State University (ASU) President. Please allow me to introduce myself. I am a Republican faculty member at your university.

David Limbaugh | August 05, 2005

Our secular popular culture is throwing a fit over President Bush's endorsement of teaching in public schools the controversies surrounding Darwinian theory.

Mona Charen | August 05, 2005

If you don't have children in the house, you may not know about the latest contribution the video gaming industry has made to our society. My 11-year-old son keeps me apprised.

Oliver North | August 05, 2005

ongratulations, John, on your new assignment as the United States' permanent representative to the United Nations.

Matt Towery | August 05, 2005

This column won't be popular with most journalists. But in case they've missed it, poll after poll shows journalists aren't all that popular with the American people.

Rich Tucker | August 05, 2005

When John Roberts comes before the Senate for his confirmation hearings, there’s sure to be plenty of hand wringing about Roe v. Wade. Never mind that the so-called right to privacy isn’t found in the Constitution.

Charles Krauthammer | August 05, 2005

It is a good idea to expand federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. It is a bad idea to do that without prohibiting research that uses embryos created specifically to be used in research and destroyed.

Larry Kudlow | August 05, 2005

In what could become the world's most significant 21st-century strategic alliance, a strengthened partnership is forming between the two largest English-speaking democracies: the United States and India.

Kathleen Parker | August 05, 2005

I'm not sure it's kosher to play devil's advocate when the subject is evolution vs. intelligent design, but here goes.

Thu, Aug 04, 2005

Larry Elder | August 04, 2005

The Democratic Party takes blacks for granted, according to former Democratic Party presidential candidate Rev. Al Sharpton.

Cal Thomas | August 04, 2005

Only after Israel is destroyed will the West realize what it did and failed to do, but it will find convenient and comforting explanations to absolve itself from any blame.

Emmett Tyrrell | August 04, 2005

It is now becoming ever clearer that the last decade of the 20th century could go down in history as the Decade of Illusions.

Ross Mackenzie | August 04, 2005

Prior to the shuttle Discovery's liftoff a week ago, space-agency engineers put the risk of a fatal incident involving Discovery at 1 in 100.

John McCaslin | August 04, 2005

On Wednesday, we took one last opportunity to visit Vincent's blog, and saw where he had written most recently about these religious parties that dominate Basra.

Chuck Colson | August 04, 2005

President Bush sent reporters into a tizzy this week by saying that he thought schools ought to teach both evolution and intelligent design. Students ought to hear both theories, he said, so they 'can understand what the debate is about.'

George Will | August 04, 2005

Scalding criticism directed by some conservatives at Sen. Bill Frist concerning his slightly revised position regarding federal funding of embryonic stem cell research is symptomatic of the casual cynicism that nowadays passes for political realism.

Alan Reynolds | August 04, 2005

The departure of the AFL-CIO's three largest unions has already reduced the federation's membership by a third and its income by a fourth. Other unions may head for the exit.

Marvin Olasky | August 04, 2005

Because of that church decision, this part of the vast African bush country now benefits from:

Wed, Aug 03, 2005

Ann Coulter | August 03, 2005

Compared to what we know about John Roberts, Souter was a dream nominee.

Michelle Malkin | August 03, 2005

The raging reverends are nowhere to be found as a scandal involving the liberal radio network Air America and a Bronx, N.Y.-based inner city charity for poor children brews. Why the silence?

John Stossel | August 03, 2005

Public broadcasting is a classic example of welfare for the well-off.

Walter E. Williams | August 03, 2005

Creating false distinctions between human rights and property rights plays into the hands of Democrat and Republican party socialists who seek to control our lives.

Brent Bozell | August 03, 2005

Our news media can proclaim it is not their job to help President Bush win the war on terrorists in Iraq. But their job ought to be to cover all of Iraq.

Tony Blankley | August 03, 2005

As we cannot return to simplicity, we must diligently learn to survive in complexity.

Ben Shapiro | August 03, 2005

Well, after spending a few days in Oklahoma City, it's even clearer to me that the coastal elitists have everything upside down. Here are just a few of the lessons I learned from folks who live in the heartland:

Kathleen Parker | August 03, 2005

The conventional wisdom is that Sen. Hillary Clinton has moved right, becoming hawkish in war, socially centrist and tough on immigration as she prepares for a presidential bid in 2008.

Herman Cain | August 03, 2005

The majority of headlines on the front page of each section promised a story that would focus on the negative aspect of an event or issue, rather than the positive contributions people are making to fix the biggest problems we face.

Joel Mowbray | August 03, 2005

It was around this time of year—during the dog days of the August recess—that a conservative Supreme Court nominee who had appeared destined for a relatively smooth confirmation suddenly found himself firmly in the Left’s crosshairs.

John McCaslin | August 03, 2005

It's the hope of those who knew and worked alongside Rick Rescorla that the former security chief of Morgan Stanley be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Tue, Aug 02, 2005

David Limbaugh | August 02, 2005

The Democrats and the Old Media are getting as much mileage as they can out of President Bush's reportedly low approval ratings. But the smart money says they ought to be more concerned about their own problems.

Dennis Prager | August 02, 2005

From a Judeo-Christian values perspective, each part of GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered) liberation has problems -- because Judeo-Christian values affirm the heterosexual ideal.

Bill Murchison | August 02, 2005

Talk about getting in your adversaries' faces! On back-to-back days, George W. Bush hands John Bolton an interim appointment as U.N. ambassador and praises the moral character and public importance of the Boy Scouts of America.

Bruce Bartlett | August 02, 2005

We still don't know what the commission will recommend.

Mon, Aug 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | August 01, 2005

Sometimes I have so much to do that I don't do anything.

Michael Barone | August 01, 2005

The proliferation of law clerks -- justices got two in 1948, three in 1970, four in 1978 -- has produced a proliferation of separate concurring and dissenting opinions.

Mike Adams | August 01, 2005

I write a lot of articles criticizing my administration for a simple reason: they deserve it.

Star Parker | August 01, 2005

On an individual level, a lot of union members are conservatives, many Christian conservatives, and they are sick of paying dues to an organization that has been a rubber stamp of the left and the Democratic Party.

Cal Thomas | August 01, 2005

Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist made some fundamental mistakes in announcing his support of federal funding for stem cell research.

Suzanne Fields | August 01, 2005

In Europe -- especially in the Netherlands -- 'Van Gogh' recalls the Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh, a distant relative of the 19th-century painter, who was brutally, obscenely murdered by an Islamist terrorist in broad daylight last year in Amsterdam.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 01, 2005

I was sitting at my computer starting to write this week's column when I received a phone call asking me to listen to an important recorded message from our old friend Newt Gingrich.

John Leo | August 01, 2005

In the wake of the London bombings, New York City is now searching the bags of subway riders.

Jack Kemp | August 01, 2005

The federal government's strong economic report on second-quarter GDP growth is proof positive the Bush tax-rate reductions continue to fuel a robust economic expansion.

Robert Novak | August 01, 2005

A statement attributed to the former CIA spokesman indicating that I deliberately disregarded what he told me in writing my 2003 column about Joseph Wilson's wife is just plain wrong.

Chuck Colson | August 01, 2005

When ideology begins to replace revealed truth as the basis for governing a society, you inevitably have the kind of polarization we have in America today, Reds vs. Blues.

Armstrong Williams | August 01, 2005

Prayer heals. So say thousands of Americans who use prayer to improve their health.

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.