Sun, Sep 25, 2005

Paul Jacob | September 25, 2005

James Madison, father of our U.S. Constitution, must be rolling over in his grave. You see, he forgot to put love in it.

Rich Tucker | September 25, 2005

It’s 2008. For the first time since 1952, neither of the major parties has an incumbent (president or vice president) on the ticket. Who will emerge victorious?

George Will | September 25, 2005

It is disappointing that at this moment of keen interest in the Supreme Court and the office of chief justice, scant attention has been paid to the 250th anniversary of the birth of the nation's greatest jurist, Chief Justice John Marshall.

Sat, Sep 24, 2005

Doug Giles | September 24, 2005

No where in the scripture has God ever assured anyone, baptized or not, of a carefree, no conflict existence.

Caroline Glick | September 24, 2005

At the end of the day, the fact of the matter is that there was never any schism between the security forces and the residents of Gaza and northern Samaria.

Kathleen Parker | September 24, 2005

Mother Nature has a deft hand when it comes to reorganizing human perspective, as we've witnessed with Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Suddenly 'things' don't matter, we're reminded; only life and loved ones do.

Robert Novak | September 24, 2005

The vote by Sen. Patrick Leahy, ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, to confirm Judge John G. Roberts Jr. as chief justice surprised Bush administration officials. But it fit Democrats' Supreme Court grand strategy.

Fri, Sep 23, 2005

Brent Bozell | September 23, 2005

Whether or not federal prosecutors find successes with juries in enforcing a notion of 'community standards' on the porn industry, parents across America ought to be the first line of defense against 'porn chic.'

Jonah Goldberg | September 23, 2005

Here's my silver-lining hope this hurricane season: George W. Bush's compassionate conservatism gets wiped out like a taco hut in the path of a Cat. 5 storm.

David Limbaugh | September 23, 2005

I believe General Russel Honore's classic admonition to reporters, 'Don't get stuck on stupid,' was one of the best lines so far of the new millennium.

Mona Charen | September 23, 2005

It's not possible, is it? Rep. Tom DeLay did not say that the Republican Congress had achieved a 'victory' over wasteful spending? What a sense of humor!

Oliver North | September 23, 2005

With Hurricane Rita battering the Gulf Coast and the Lone Star State, there is no doubt what the top story and the headlines are going to be about for the next several days.

Jacob Sullum | September 23, 2005

Our president is very generous with other people's money. Worse, he is generous with the money of people who are in no position to object, either because they are too young or because they haven't been born yet.

Thu, Sep 22, 2005

Larry Elder | September 22, 2005

Now we know what caused New Orleans to flood. And it was not Hurricane Katrina.

Suzanne Fields | September 22, 2005

Angela Merkel, as a lot of well-wishers in the West learned to their chagrin, is no Margaret Thatcher. The German 'Iron Lady' turned out to be Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's doppelganger.

Matt Towery | September 22, 2005

Thanks to a series of natural disasters, unspeakable acts of terrorism and the responses to them, this country is headed beyond a mere budget crisis. We're drifting toward to a five-alarm financial fiasco.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 22, 2005

Despite the gloom surrounding the White House, it is too early to predict this president's success or failure.

Alan Reynolds | September 22, 2005

Many of the most persistently gloomy reports about the U.S. economy have long been based on the single most misleading statistic the government produces.

Robert Novak | September 22, 2005

The critics were no left-wing bloggers. They were rich, mainly Republican and presumably Bush voters in the last two presidential elections.

Marvin Olasky | September 22, 2005

Here are seven suggestions I'm making to political leaders who want to offer long-term, post-Katrina help in a compassionate conservative way:

Wed, Sep 21, 2005

Thomas Sowell | September 21, 2005

One of the things that happens when you get old is that what seems like news to others can look like a re-run of something you have already seen before. It is like watching an old movie for the fifth or sixth time.

Michelle Malkin | September 21, 2005

My fellow conservatives in Washington refuse to learn two vital homeland security lessons, one from 9/11 and the other from Hurricane Katrina.

John Stossel | September 21, 2005

When your TV column is titled 'Give Me a Break,' it's hard to know where to begin after Katrina.

Walter E. Williams | September 21, 2005

President Cleveland vetoed hundreds of congressional spending measures during his two-term presidency, often saying, 'I can find no warrant for such an appropriation in the Constitution.'

Brent Bozell | September 21, 2005

Bill Clinton has stepped back into the spotlight for the latest round of public yak-yak.

Jonah Goldberg | September 21, 2005

As Hurricane Rita barreled toward Key West, television news executives were unprepared to deal with the lamentable divide this storm would undoubtedly reveal between gay America and straight America.

Tony Blankley | September 21, 2005

It is sad evidence of the bitterness, intense partisanship and mindless ideology of our current politics that President Bush's proposal for the reconstruction of New Orleans and the other devastated gulf communities has been received with such thoughtless criticism across much of the political spectrum.

Terry Jeffrey | September 21, 2005

President Bush and other Republicans seeking, in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, for an answer to the poverty that is manifestly concentrated in some of the areas worst affected by the storm should recall the values of family and limited government that they touted when they were elected.

Ben Shapiro | September 21, 2005

On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported that the FBI was seeking agents to constitute a new 'anti-obscenity' squad.

Linda Chavez | September 21, 2005

What happened to the nearly 200,000 Hispanics living in and around New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina hit last month?

Kathleen Parker | September 21, 2005

President George W. Bush's bold plan to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast erased by Hurricane Katrina has confirmed what many conservatives feared. Bush isn't a conservative.

Chuck Colson | September 21, 2005

In Washington, the focus right now is on the confirmation of President Bush’s Supreme Court nominations. Find out why the results matter so deeply to all of us.

Tue, Sep 20, 2005

Megan Basham | September 20, 2005

The first and most important rule of gun-running is: never get shot with your own merchandise.

Thomas Sowell | September 20, 2005

Different people have different ideas about humility. One man said: 'I don't think I'm half as good as I know I really am.'

Mike Adams | September 20, 2005

When Neil Young wrote the song 'Sugar Mountain' in the 1960s, he was just a teenager.

David Limbaugh | September 20, 2005

Some conservatives are concerned with President Bush's New Orleans speech because of the unlimited federal spending it seemed to promise, but I was far more concerned with his arguable vindication of the wrongheaded notion that racial discrimination is responsible for the disproportionate impact of the flooding on blacks.

Dennis Prager | September 20, 2005

This is another significant way in which the Judeo-Christian value system differs from the dominant value system -- that of the Left -- in the contemporary West.

Rebecca Hagelin | September 20, 2005

Have you ever met a perfect parent? Me neither.

Bill Murchison | September 20, 2005

Well, we sure know by now, thanks to the John Roberts hearings, what the great issue of our times is.

Herman Cain | September 20, 2005

The last thing Congress should do now is take money out of the pockets of hurricane victims starting to rebuild their lives, or out of the pockets of people already working on driving this positive economy.

John McCaslin | September 20, 2005

Bush's speech ended at approximately 9:25 p.m. local time. Lo and behold, when he was still seated at the table wiping squid from his chin, Kerry responded to the president's address with a statement of his own, issued at exactly 9:54 p.m.

Bruce Bartlett | September 20, 2005

The Washington Post reported on Sept. 9 that Treasury Secretary John Snow is once again being shown the door.

Rich Lowry | September 20, 2005

It is the other flood: The outpouring of concern for the poor of New Orleans.

Jack Kemp | September 20, 2005

Three cheers for Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., and Democratic party leader Donna Brazille, who are rising above politics to help the president in attempts to rebuild the Gulfport region of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Larry Kudlow | September 20, 2005

With gold knocking at the door of $470 an ounce, a degree of uncertainty has crept into the inflation outlook, making today’s likely quarter-point boost of the federal funds interest rate more palatable.

Mon, Sep 19, 2005

Jennifer Roback Morse | September 19, 2005

It is bad enough that the Angry Left is blaming George Bush for the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. But it is really unseemly for the Governor of Louisiana and the Mayor of New Orleans to be blaming the Federal government.

Michael Barone | September 19, 2005

It is now possible to see more accurately the dimensions of the damage wrought by Katrina on New Orleans.

Star Parker | September 19, 2005

I didn't find much in President Bush's Katrina speech that surprised me. His recovery plan carries the characteristic stamp of this administration.

Cal Thomas | September 19, 2005

It was a perfect moment for the media to use President Bush's speech from New Orleans against him.

Suzanne Fields | September 19, 2005

We count on government to do its part, but we must be wary of the middlemen of good intentions, those who come to do good and stay to do well.

Diana West | September 19, 2005

The fact that burning synagogues failed even to singe the Secretary of State's assessment of diplomatic success and effective statecraft is nothing less than chilling.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 19, 2005

Katrina has displaced hundreds of thousands of Americans who now need food, housing and cash. Relief for those necessities will have to be temporary and it will be many months before they can return to New Orleans, if ever, so what they need most of all is jobs.

Robert Novak | September 19, 2005

Democratic Sens. Charles Schumer of New York and Dianne Feinstein of California had tried to hide their frustration while questioning Judge John G. Roberts Jr. for the second time last week.

Armstrong Williams | September 19, 2005

Television images of the huddled masses in the New Orleans Superdome revealed something rather extraordinary: nearly all the faces were black.

Sun, Sep 18, 2005

Paul Jacob | September 18, 2005

Hurricane Katrina was so powerful it brought LBJ's 'War on Poverty' back from the grave. TV's talking heads and a slew of politicians now push for a renewed effort against poverty. But their own poverty of sense is showing.