Sat, Oct 08, 2005

Caroline Glick | October 08, 2005

One of the most disturbing side effects of the five-year-old Palestinian terror war against Israel is the wave of global anti-Semitism that arose in its wake.

Robert Novak | October 08, 2005

Telephone lines to Republican senators sizzled last week with calls protesting the nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court.

Fri, Oct 07, 2005

Mona Charen | October 07, 2005

For 20 years, conservatives have been waiting to see Justice O'Connor's seat taken by an articulate, persuasive, thoughtful and energetic conservative jurist.

Oliver North | October 07, 2005

Though protests and pessimism command the attention of the media here at home, there is hope in Iraq.

Brent Bozell | October 07, 2005

When you think about the most successful movies of all time, do you ever think: Those might have been even better with a demonstration of "safe sex" practices? Not likely.

Kathleen Parker | October 07, 2005

President George W. Bush's baffling nomination of Harriet Miers, an inexperienced jurist and relatively unknown lawyer, to the U.S. Supreme Court has nearly everyone stumped. What was he thinking?

Thomas Sowell | October 07, 2005

It would be nice to have someone with ringing rhetoric and dazzling intellectual firepower. But the bottom line is how they vote.

Jonah Goldberg | October 07, 2005

Until we were so rudely interrupted by President Bush's latest Supreme Court pick, we were having an illuminating squabble over Bill Bennett.

David Limbaugh | October 07, 2005

There has been a strong strain of anti-elitism in America from the time of the nation's founding, through the period of Jacksonian Democracy and up to the present.

Rich Tucker | October 07, 2005

Back in August, the state of New York passed a law that will ban the use of the thimerosal in children’s vaccines.

Charles Krauthammer | October 07, 2005

By choosing a nominee suggested by Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid and well known only to George Bush, the president has ducked a fight on the most important domestic question dividing liberals from conservatives.

Joel Mowbray | October 07, 2005

Speaking recently to the prestigious Monday Meeting in Manhattan, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney wowed the overflow conservative crowd with his charm and made many there come away feeling that he could be a credible candidate for the White House in ‘08.

Jennifer Biddison | October 07, 2005

The federal debt is now nearly eight  trillion dollars.  If that number doesn’t startle you, Bill Lauderback, Executive Vice President of the American Conservative Union, wants you to answer this question: If you stacked $8 trillion worth of dollar bills, one on top of the other, how tall would the pile reach?

Thu, Oct 06, 2005

John McCaslin | October 06, 2005

Little did Kessler know that next gig would be as nominee to become a Supreme Court justice.

Larry Elder | October 06, 2005

To so-called "civil rights leaders" offended by Bennett's remarks, consider this: As between urban crime and Bill Bennett's "inartful" comments, which poses a bigger threat to the health, growth and prosperity of the black community?

Suzanne Fields | October 06, 2005

Talk show hosts are like the pamphleteers of yesteryear, who sometimes overstate their case to make a polemical point.

Debra J. Saunders | October 06, 2005

Not only has Mayor Gavin Newsom announced his plan for the city to provide free or cheap access to high-speed wireless Internet for all San Franciscans, he also has proclaimed wi-fi access a "fundamental right."

Emmett Tyrrell | October 06, 2005

Finally, along with the ancient documents is an exhibit focusing on New York's hometown boy, Scalia.

Marvin Olasky | October 06, 2005

If I were king of the forest, I'd probably nominate to the Supremes another Justice Scalia, ready to rumble with rhetorical brilliance against the legal theorists of the left.

Alan Reynolds | October 06, 2005

Bill O'Reilly, host of the popular Fox News show "The O'Reilly Factor," has been preaching to his flock to buy no gas on Sundays.

Michael Fumento | October 06, 2005

More government regulation is always better. Just ask any regulator.

Robert Novak | October 06, 2005

Two questions were asked in conservative circles Monday when it was learned President Bush had nominated his lawyer, Harriet Miers, for the Supreme Court. Question No. 1: "Is this what we fought for?" Question No. 2: "What was he thinking?"

Ross Mackenzie | October 06, 2005

To whatever extent he intended it as a stealth enterprise, he has followed with Harriet Miers. Here's to movement conservatives not joining with the left to blow her cover.

Wed, Oct 05, 2005

Brent Bozell | October 05, 2005

The morning after the story broke, a friend asked if Bill Bennett's radio comments would trigger a major outburst.

Horace Cooper | October 05, 2005

President Bush is in the midst of dealing with something that his critics have longed for throughout his presidency:  a potential crackup of his Republican base.

Ann Coulter | October 05, 2005

I eagerly await the announcement of President Bush's real nominee to the Supreme Court. If the president meant Harriet Miers seriously, I have to assume Bush wants to go back to Crawford and let Dick Cheney run the country.

Michelle Malkin | October 05, 2005

President Bush tells us that he knows his White House counsel Harriet Miers' heart. I have no doubt that it is a good one. But a good heart does not a great Supreme Court justice make.

John Stossel | October 05, 2005

Why can't we have a little experiment? Suspend labor laws and licensing laws, reduce taxes and establish school vouchers in one small place.

Walter E. Williams | October 05, 2005

In a Sept. 9th speech to the National Sierra Club Convention in San Francisco, former Vice President Al Gore told the audience that Hurricane Katrina and global warming are related.

Jonah Goldberg | October 05, 2005

There has indeed been much gnashing of teeth and rending of cloth over the nomination of Harriet Miers, but it has been almost exclusively on the political right.

Tony Blankley | October 05, 2005

As a card-carrying member of the conservative conclave, I would not have made Miss Miers my first choice … or my thousandth.

Cal Thomas | October 05, 2005

DeLay, who says he will be vindicated in court, is being targeted for doing his political job exceedingly well.

Terry Jeffrey | October 05, 2005

It is not classified national security information. But whatever its substance, the president evidently found it so persuasive he decided to risk the Supreme Court on it.

Ben Shapiro | October 05, 2005

Just what is her judicial philosophy? No one seems to know.

Linda Chavez | October 05, 2005

In many instances, being black or Hispanic did not appear simply to be one among many factors weighed by the schools, but the decisive factor.

Joel Mowbray | October 05, 2005

If moveon.org had done its homework—and who are we kidding; of course it did—the George Soros-backed organization would have known that it was embracing a most repugnant “progressive” group.

Kathleen Parker | October 05, 2005

The painful irony is that those minorities whose sensibilities have been offended are historically the first to suffer when free speech goes.

Tue, Oct 04, 2005

John McCaslin | October 04, 2005

Gephardt, who twice fell short in bids to become his party's presidential nominee, has wasted little time wielding his influence.

Bill Murchison | October 04, 2005

Are we excited about Miss Miers' nomination, announced Monday by President Bush, to the U.S. Supreme Court?

George Will | October 04, 2005

Senators beginning what ought to be a protracted and exacting scrutiny of Harriet Miers should be guided by three rules.

Herman Cain | October 04, 2005

The recent hurricane disasters in the Gulf region have exposed one of our greatest weaknesses in an otherwise great country.

Rich Lowry | October 04, 2005

After the nomination of John Roberts, Bush boosters hailed the president for bucking the political imperative of selecting a woman or a minority and for instead caring above all about high qualifications. They now have to take all that back.

Chuck Colson | October 04, 2005

Yesterday, as John Roberts began as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the battle cries sounded over Harriet Miers’s nomination.

Megan Basham | October 04, 2005

By allowing realistic carnage to intrude in the life of this quiet, loving family, Cronenberg accomplishes something that’s seemingly all-but-impossible in an era of CSI on primetime: he makes us shudder even when the scummiest low-life meets a well-deserved death.

David Limbaugh | October 04, 2005

I'm initially disappointed in President Bush's Harriet Miers Supreme Court nomination, but not quite ready to run out in front of the beer truck.

Dennis Prager | October 04, 2005

It is time now for people with integrity on the Left -- and liberal opinion pages -- to show their integrity and defend Bill Bennett against the libel of being a racist who advocated the abortion of all black babies.

Rebecca Hagelin | October 04, 2005

Chances are, you’re thinking of a large company that makes a certain product -- food, cars, computers, you name it. In other words, a physical thing you buy with money.

Bruce Bartlett | October 04, 2005

There has been some debate about think tanks among conservative bloggers recently, with several suggesting that they are no longer contributing meaningfully to policy debate.

Mon, Oct 03, 2005

Pat Buchanan | October 03, 2005

Handed a once-in-a-generation opportunity to return the Supreme Court to constitutionalism, George W. Bush passed over a dozen of the finest jurists of his day -- to name his personal lawyer.

Jack Kemp | October 03, 2005

President Bush's timely call for an opportunity zone for the entire Gulf region was greeted recently by a Washington Post editorial labeling it a "Go Go Zone." Apparently no good deed goes unpunished.

Cal Thomas | October 03, 2005

Ronald Reagan used a phrase in his dealings with Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev: trust, but verify.

Frank Gaffney | October 03, 2005

It is a global war, alright. But it should instead be called the “War for the Free World.”

Phyllis Schlafly | October 03, 2005

Former President Jimmy Carter has finally done something really constructive. He is taking the lead, along with former U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker III, to clean up the massive U.S. election frauds.

Michael Barone | October 03, 2005

Was Earle acting out of political malice? There's strong evidence for that proposition, including some of his own recent public statements.

Mike Adams | October 03, 2005

Sadly, you were the fourth college student to write yesterday with a claim that your university is attempting to nullify your speech because it made someone feel “uncomfortable.”

Star Parker | October 03, 2005

Rather than trying to rationalize religion and morality back into public schools, the only reasonable approach in today's America is to fight government control of schools.

Suzanne Fields | October 03, 2005

The Jewish New Year begins tonight [Oct. 3], inevitably recalling melancholy memories of the past with hope for happy days to come and the exquisite possibility that we will be written down in the Book of Life for another year.

Jennifer Roback Morse | October 03, 2005

When Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed the same sex marriage bill, AB849, the reasons he gave were not the strongest ones he could have offered. 

Armstrong Williams | October 03, 2005

The United States economy is taking a beating. Gas is selling over $3 a gallon. Oil is trading for more than $40. The country remains dependent on oil. But as we are now learning, oil is becoming increasingly scarce.

Robert Novak | October 03, 2005

The criminalization of politics may work, even if the case against DeLay is as threadbare as it looks.

Sun, Oct 02, 2005

John Leo | October 02, 2005

David and Tonia Parker of lexington, Mass., saw a red flag when their son came home from kindergarten last January with a “diversity book bag” that included Who’s in a Family, a book promoting acceptance of gay marriage.

Brent Bozell | October 02, 2005

What Moonves and Co. are now putting on the air makes the most violent programming in 1999 look like "Gilligan's Island" by comparison.

Paul Jacob | October 02, 2005

The target's been chosen: term limits. The gun's being waved around, too. And there's a bullet in the Chamber.

George Will | October 02, 2005

Tabor has been spectacularly successful. Per capita spending has increased slower than in almost all other states, and Colorado ranks 50th in state taxes collected per $1,000 of personal income.