Sun, Sep 04, 2005

Paul Jacob | September 04, 2005

For those obsessed with politics, hurricane Katrina proved just another opportunity to point fingers at old enemies and score cheap political points in the never-ending jostling for power.

George Will | September 04, 2005

New York Sen. Charles Schumer, a member of the Judiciary Committee and an author of the Democrats' catechism regarding constitutional reasoning, soon will be questioning John Roberts. Herewith some questions someone should ask Schumer:

Sat, Sep 03, 2005

Rich Tucker | September 03, 2005

Even before we knew just how bad things were, the left began attacking.

Robert Novak | September 03, 2005

Two freshman Democratic senators who indicated opposition last year to the current estate tax when they won seats previously held by Republicans are now listed as opposing even an imposition of cloture on repeal this coming week.

Kathleen Parker | September 03, 2005

As I write this, the rubble is still too thick, the debris and water too high, to guess at the number dead, missing or injured.

Fri, Sep 02, 2005

Megan Basham | September 02, 2005

If a religious film had characters uttering lines as unbearably didactic as they do here, it would be rightly excoriated. As it is, since it’s evangelizing the masses in liberalism, the film has critics from Variety, The New York Times and hundreds of other left-leaning publications falling over themselves to throw roses at its feet.

Doug Giles | September 02, 2005

The horrific devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Katrina has shown New Orleans’ true saints, and it has also revealed her veritable sphincter, i.e., the looters.

Brent Bozell | September 02, 2005

The fall TV season is approaching, and predictably, the powerful lobbyists at the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) are already demanding that Hollywood develop more positive gay characters.

Jonah Goldberg | September 02, 2005

Theodicy, if you didn't know, is the branch of theology which tries to explain how a good God can allow evil to persist.

David Limbaugh | September 02, 2005

As we know from distant and recent history, freedom-guaranteeing constitutions are worthless unless they reflect the realities of the people they are designed to govern.

Mona Charen | September 02, 2005

In the midst of this appalling disaster, lawlessness simply cannot be tolerated. The situation is too dire.

Oliver North | September 02, 2005

At one time in the history of our grand republic, political discourse was a much more civil endeavor.

Charles Krauthammer | September 02, 2005

They managed to produce a perfectly reasonable constitutional document that deserves far more respect than it has received from the knee-jerk critics here at home.

Joel Mowbray | September 02, 2005

Though there is some disagreement between local talk station WMAL and fired mid-morning host Michael Graham over the details of his recent termination, one thing is not in dispute:

Thu, Sep 01, 2005

Ann Coulter | September 01, 2005

Sen. Teddy Kennedy has demanded that the Bush administration waive attorney-client privilege and release internal memos John Roberts worked on while in the solicitor general's office 15 years ago, all of which were supposed to be held in the deepest confidence.

Thomas Sowell | September 01, 2005

The ability of the human mind to rationalize is one of the mysteries -- and the marvels -- of the ages.

Larry Elder | September 01, 2005

Americans, in part due to mainstream media's anti-gun bias, dramatically underestimate the defensive uses of guns.

Debra J. Saunders | September 01, 2005

If the humans were just another primate, other primates -- like monkeys -- would make zoos.

Matt Towery | September 01, 2005

I'm known to write occasionally that the rest of America doesn't understand the South. Now comes some clear and convincing evidence.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 01, 2005

A news story is creeping into our major newspapers. From there it is making its way into the broadcast media.

Marvin Olasky | September 01, 2005

Nearly four years later, and those deaths plus nearly 3,000 others still go down hard.

John McCaslin | September 01, 2005

'I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to all our American friends and members who have been affected by the tragic events wrought by Hurricane Katrina,' writes Benny Peiser, professor of science at Liverpool John Moores University in Britain.

Alan Reynolds | September 01, 2005

Hurricane Katrina slashed U.S. oil production by 1.4 million barrels a day -- the global equivalent of suddenly losing two-thirds of all oil produced by Iraq or Kuwait.

Robert Novak | September 01, 2005

Wanniski was a genius, the smartest man I ever met. While he made his living as an economic consultant, his real profession was changing the way the world worked.

George Will | September 01, 2005

Debate about the role of judges in American governance is a hardy perennial, arising from the tension between judicial review and popular government.

Wed, Aug 31, 2005

Michelle Malkin | August 31, 2005

The peaceful suburbs of Washington, D.C., are beginning to look and feel like East Los Angeles.

John Stossel | August 31, 2005

You may think you're eating healthy food, but you're really swallowing junk science.

Walter E. Williams | August 31, 2005

Are gasoline prices high? That's not the best way to ask that question.

Brent Bozell | August 31, 2005

Maureen Dowd underlined the template of the Sheehan media blitz with her column's declaration: 'The moral authority of parents who bury children in Iraq is absolute.'

Jonah Goldberg | August 31, 2005

How's this for a plot? There's this international conspiracy to acquire nuclear weapons and kill millions of Americans.

Tony Blankley | August 31, 2005

Usually, when one of our major political parties is feeling weak, the other one is feeling strong.

Cal Thomas | August 31, 2005

Congress returns to work in a few days, which means that the unrestrained raiding of the public purse through wasteful and unnecessary spending is likely to continue.

Debra J. Saunders | August 31, 2005

America has become the country of the warning label. California is the warning-label state.

Ben Shapiro | August 31, 2005

In their haste to assault President Bush and the war in Iraq, Sheehan's allies have ignored her extremism.

Terry Jeffrey | August 31, 2005

Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani, Iraq's pre-eminent Shiite cleric, who lives reclusively in an ally, is nonetheless a thoroughly modern and multilingual mullah.

Linda Chavez | August 31, 2005

Hawaii became a state in 1959. At the time, Americans were firmly committed to the idea of the Melting Pot.

Herman Cain | August 31, 2005

There is an epidemic growing out of control that is not getting enough attention and leadership. This epidemic is government spending and government taxation.

Kathleen Parker | August 31, 2005

When Bill Shakespeare observed that life is but a shadow strutting and fretting its hour upon the stage, he must have been imagining Crawford, Texas, circa August 2005.

Tue, Aug 30, 2005

Thomas Sowell | August 30, 2005

They say time is money but a lot depends on whose time and whose money.

David Limbaugh | August 30, 2005

It's easy to blame President Bush for failing sufficiently to articulate his case for the war against Iraq, but he does have a nation to lead and a war to fight.

Cal Thomas | August 30, 2005

Word of Pat Robertson's outrageous remarks recommending the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has reached this small seacoast town. A local man asked me what I thought of his comments.

Dennis Prager | August 30, 2005

All those who support the American war in Iraq should make a deal with anyone opposed to the war. Offer to answer any 20 questions the opponents wish to ask if they will answer just one:

Rebecca Hagelin | August 30, 2005

They seem determined to trash John Roberts any way they can.

Bill Murchison | August 30, 2005

A lousy summer, a rotten summer, a profitless summer is how the movie industry appraises the past few months -- in terms many a moviegoer, such as this one, would gladly appropriate.

John McCaslin | August 30, 2005

Mauro E. Mujica, chairman of U.S. English, is blasting an unprecedented school board vote in Dallas County, Texas, that requires school administrators to learn Spanish or else lose their jobs.

Bruce Bartlett | August 30, 2005

A new report from SMR Research found that in the first half of this year, 38.1 percent of homebuyers financed more than 95 percent of their purchase.

Mon, Aug 29, 2005

Michael Barone | August 29, 2005

For 10 years, American politics has been sharply polarized, with just about equal numbers of Republicans and Democrats arrayed angrily against each other.

Star Parker | August 29, 2005

It created somewhat of a stir in the black community when the Census Bureau reported several years ago that Hispanics surpassed blacks as the nation's largest "minority" group.

Mike Adams | August 29, 2005

Only you can remember the point in your life when you realized who you really are deep down inside.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 29, 2005

Democratic Govs. Bill Richardson of New Mexico and Janet Napolitano of Arizona have declared a state of emergency and asked for federal help to deal with the costs of the violence and property damage caused by illegal immigrants coming over their southern borders.

Frank Gaffney | August 29, 2005

Karen Hughes, confidant to George W. Bush and master political strategist, has recently returned from Texas to take on one of the most important and heretofore thankless tasks in Washington:

Jennifer Roback Morse | August 29, 2005

Reproductive freedom is usually a code-word for abortion on demand. But the right to terminate a pregnancy is only the right to say "no" to having a baby. Full reproductive freedom would include the right to pregnancy on demand, analogous to abortion on demand.

Joel Mowbray | August 29, 2005

While most of the Bush administration has been fighting against increased unionization of security-related positions since 9/11, the Transportation Security Administration is headed the other way in a small case with national implications.

John Leo | August 29, 2005

Mr. Answer Man, I see in the newspapers that Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones complained 'George Bush doesn’t listen to us.' What does he mean by that?

Robert Novak | August 29, 2005

The female Democratic senator deserving greater scrutiny, however, was Debbie Stabenow of Michigan. A vulnerable Stabenow appears headed for a second term, pointing to broad Republican failure.

Jack Kemp | August 29, 2005

A couple of weeks ago, I pointed out that President Bush has a golden opportunity right after Labor Day to advance the ownership society by repealing the death tax and giving working men and women the opportunity to own personal retirement accounts.

Armstrong Williams | August 29, 2005

With the rise of America, the global balance of power shifted away from the old European powers.

Sun, Aug 28, 2005

Debra J. Saunders | August 28, 2005

Grizzly People founder Timothy Treadwell had Disney-fied the object of his affection. So, as Herzog chronicles, the 46-year-old bear activist and his 37-year-old girlfriend were mauled and eaten by an Alaskan grizzly in October 2003.

Paul Jacob | August 28, 2005

Ready for your flight? Got your ticket? Your government-issued photo ID? An ice pick?