Sat, Oct 15, 2005

Doug Giles | October 15, 2005

In May of ‘05 I began a series of articles where I unveiled the secrets of achieving a hideous subsistence. 

Robert Novak | October 15, 2005

While colleagues express concern that presidential adviser Karl Rove could be indicted in the CIA leak case, he continues to be scheduled for private fund-raisers by the Republican National Committee (RNC).

Fri, Oct 14, 2005

Brent Bozell | October 14, 2005

The cause of decency -- specifically, finding limits to what the entertainment world will do for the sake of ratings -- needs an advocate wherever it can be found. But it is a bit strange to see it coming from inside CBS, from "60 Minutes."

Jonah Goldberg | October 14, 2005

This is my last column on Harriet Miers until her confirmation hearings begin - or until her press conference announcing that for the good of her (insert "country," "president," "family," "party," "faith" or "sanity") she's withdrawing from consideration for the Supreme Court.

Mike Adams | October 14, 2005

You and my cousin Bilbo have a lot in common. You both support segregation and you both have what you personally “feel” are good reasons for it.

David Limbaugh | October 14, 2005

I hate it when I am sympathetic to arguments on both sides of an issue as it threatens my image as a benevolently close-minded, dogmatic, doctrinaire ideologue.

Mona Charen | October 14, 2005

rrakhan is back, with a "Millions More" march on Washington to commemorate the so-called Million Man March of a decade ago.

Neal Boortz | October 14, 2005

 The tax reform panel, having failed to follow its mandate, should be dissolved immediately and the panel members sent off to create mischief elsewhere.

Oliver North | October 14, 2005

President George W. Bush has more than three years to go before his second term in office is finished, yet these past few months have been instrumental in shaping the legacy by which he is likely to be remembered by historians.

Mary Katharine Ham | October 14, 2005

It’s been less than 24 hours, and the entire press corps is sputtering mad because President Bush’s teleconference with soldiers in Iraq was—gasp!—staged.

Jacob Sullum | October 14, 2005

Harriet Miers' religious affiliation doesn't bother me, but the fact that some people find it reassuring does.

Rich Tucker | October 14, 2005

News flash: We’re all going to die. Maybe not today. But soon. And suddenly. And horribly. At least, that’s the conclusion any regular CNN viewer should draw.

Jennifer Biddison | October 14, 2005

Since little is known about Miers, many organizations have adopted a “wait-and-see” approach. Still, a surprising number of scholars are boldly speaking out against a nomination that they believe betrays the core principles of the conservative movement.

Charles Krauthammer | October 14, 2005

One batch of 1918 flu has the capacity for mass destruction that no Bond villain could ever dream of.

Larry Kudlow | October 14, 2005

I hold, however, that the removal of the deputy chief of staff would come at the detriment of pro-growth economic policies, and quite conceivably the stock market and the economy overall.

Megan Basham | October 14, 2005

It is impossible to completely write off Elizabethtown since, behind the cute convergence of an even cuter couple, a larger story—a better story—lurks.

Thu, Oct 13, 2005

Thomas Sowell | October 13, 2005

The idea that what I want overrides what you want has increasingly become part of our thinking, our policies and even our laws.

Larry Elder | October 13, 2005

President George W. Bush, according to Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., doesn't care about the poor.

Mike Adams | October 13, 2005

In North Carolina, the principal problem in public education is not that teachers are leaving after a short stint in the profession. It is more likely that they aren’t considering the teaching profession in the first place.

Cal Thomas | October 13, 2005

The White House and other supporters of Harriet Miers' nomination to the Supreme Court are using religion when it suits them and not using it when it doesn't.

Suzanne Fields | October 13, 2005

Fashion and politics have an uneasy relationship. The fashionable are usually politically naive, and the politicians, with few exceptions, are dull dressers.

Debra J. Saunders | October 13, 2005

Remember how highbrow European politicians had all those yuks berating that intellectually challenged hick George W. Bush? They aren't laughing it up now.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 13, 2005

This hullabaloo is but another piece of evidence in support of my long held view that the greatest unsung force in history is boredom.

Robert Novak | October 13, 2005

Bush's choice as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations is serving under a recess appointment and may never be confirmed. The reason: the individual whim of a Republican senator.

Marvin Olasky | October 13, 2005

Washington is still abuzz about Harriet Miers, but other areas of life -- like this month's baseball's playoffs and World Series -- also demonstrate how people can become either instant stars or goats.

Michael Fumento | October 13, 2005

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina two sports were all the rage in New Orleans. One was the blame game, attributing all local and state incompetence to the feds. The other was inventing and spreading stories of murder and mayhem – killings, rapes, firing at rescuers, bodies stacked like cordwood.

Ross Mackenzie | October 13, 2005

Certainly it's premature to count Bush and the conservative Republicans out. But they need to get their game together - and soon.

Wed, Oct 12, 2005

Ann Coulter | October 12, 2005

Remember the good old days when first ladies only got to pick the poet laureate and the White House china pattern?

Michelle Malkin | October 12, 2005

Oct. 12 marks the fifth anniversary of the bombing of the USS Cole.

John Stossel | October 12, 2005

Excuse me, but if I want a Realtor to protect my interests, I'll hire one.

Walter E. Williams | October 12, 2005

Let's examine Bill Bennett's conditional "if black babies were aborted the crime rate would go down."

Brent Bozell | October 12, 2005

One year after the credibility of CBS News collapsed over their use of fake memos against George W. Bush, lame attempts to rehabilitate CBS seem to be everywhere.

Jonah Goldberg | October 12, 2005

According to a quick Lexis-Nexis search, roughly 1,000 stories have mentioned "cronyism" and "Bush" in the last two months alone.

Mike Adams | October 12, 2005

Over the last few months (or has it been years?), many readers have asked me to recommend some colleges and universities where I would actually send my children.

Tony Blankley | October 12, 2005

During the Reagan years, and even during the Gingrich years, the central complaint about the mainstream media by conservatives was that they misrepresented the substance of our policy proposals.

Ben Shapiro | October 12, 2005

Instead of throwing a mid-90s cutter on the Democrats' hands by pushing the Social Security issue he won re-election with, Bush threw a hanging curve.

Terry Jeffrey | October 12, 2005

While they are at it, House Republicans should tell Louisiana's senators to take their bloated $250 billion aid plan and bury it in a bayou.

Linda Chavez | October 12, 2005

The president and his aides are peeved at conservatives who have dared raise objections to the nomination of Harriet Miers to the U.S. Supreme Court. They need to get over it -- and quickly.

Horace Cooper | October 12, 2005

Frankly one should be able to look at the differences between these two nominations and better understand why President Bush believes Harriet Miers is an excellent nominee who will bring a fresh, much-needed perspective to the bench while affirming conservative ideals. 

John McCaslin | October 12, 2005

If you haven't already noticed, it's stressful out there.

Megan Basham | October 12, 2005

A waiter for four years since high school, Dean has never questioned his job at Shenanigan's. But when he learns that Chett, a high school classmate, now has a lucrative career in electrical engineering, he's thrown into turmoil about his dead-end life.

Tue, Oct 11, 2005

Thomas Sowell | October 11, 2005

An editorial in a recent issue of the National Geographic's "Traveler" magazine complained that kayakers in Maine found "residential development" near national parks and urged its readers to use their "influence" to prevent such things.

David Limbaugh | October 11, 2005

I disagree with right-wingers who profess to be heartened by the rancorous debate among conservatives over the Miers nomination.

Cal Thomas | October 11, 2005

What should President Bush do about his declining poll numbers and when should he do it?

Dennis Prager | October 11, 2005

Not a week goes by that some part of the Left does not hurt America. But in the past two weeks, three examples stood out for the degree of such harm.

Rebecca Hagelin | October 11, 2005

How heart-warming and deeply satisfying it must be to bring smiles, laughter and happy memories to children who have to endure such suffering.

Bill Murchison | October 11, 2005

Again it gets down to abortion. It always gets down to abortion. The civil war raging among conservatives over Harriet Miers is no exception.

Herman Cain | October 11, 2005

Extreme deceptive rhetoric (EDR) is a tactic often employed by well known liberals to grab headlines and applause lines.

Bruce Bartlett | October 11, 2005

What really qualifies Ms. Tritch to lecture the rest of us about tax policy is an absolute conviction that our tax system is tilted too much toward the rich.

Megan Basham | October 11, 2005

The junket I recently attended for Cameron Crowe's Elizabethtown indicates that filmmakers may finally be getting the message that if they want to sell movies to the "right" half of the country, they can’t make America the bad guy. In fact, if the Elizabethtown marketing machine is any indication, Hollywood's new movie-selling mantra may very well be, "We love the U.S. of A!"

Mon, Oct 10, 2005

Michael Barone | October 10, 2005

Bush seems beset now, but he has a chance to rebound and confound his vitriolic critics once again.

Star Parker | October 10, 2005

Ask yourself, in moments when you have doubts about someone and her motives, if you tend to err on the side of suspicion of bad or attribution of good.

Mike Adams | October 10, 2005

People often ask me why and how I experienced such a radical transformation, both politically and theologically.

Suzanne Fields | October 10, 2005

What makes identity politics bad is that it invites generalizations, stereotypes, and projects on others the narrow prejudices of particular groups in pursuit of privilege.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 10, 2005

The U.S. Constitution, in Article I, Section 8, and in the 14th Amendment, gives all authority over citizenship and naturalization to Congress, not to the courts.

Chuck Colson | October 10, 2005

A study of the chimpanzee genome reveals that chimps and humans have 98 percent of our DNA in common. Is that evidence of evolution, or something else?

Jack Kemp | October 10, 2005

In Washington, D.C., and capitals throughout the world, the positive force of market competition often becomes clouded by regional politics and short-term self-interests.

John Leo | October 10, 2005

Thanks to a long report in the new Orleans Times-Picayune, we now know that most of the incredible tales of savagery in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina were simply made up by panicky residents and passed along by the media.

Armstrong Williams | October 10, 2005

It may not be as obvious to many but some of us understand that Homeland Security Chief, Michael Chertoff’s response to Hurricane Katrina is a continual disastrous nightmare for its victims.

Jennifer Roback Morse | October 10, 2005

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control reveals some interesting patterns about the prevalence of hyperactivity.

Robert Novak | October 10, 2005

House Speaker J. Dennis Hastert is an old wrestler, and last Thursday night he used a classic move of his sport by quickly reversing positions.

Sun, Oct 09, 2005

Doug Giles | October 09, 2005

The paranormal at PETA are at it again with another stupidity campaign, and this one, mom and dad, is aimed at your kids.

Paul Jacob | October 09, 2005

The president's federal judges have been far better in their constitutional interpretation than Mr. Bush himself. Which is why his "trust me" regarding Ms. Miers falls so flat.

George Will | October 09, 2005

Around 1900, at age 11 or so, Tom Tancredo's grandfather, an orphan, sailed, unaccompanied, from Italy to New York with a note pinned to his shirt, asking that he be directed to Iowa.