Sat, Nov 05, 2005

Caroline Glick | November 05, 2005

In the year and a half which preceded the implementation of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's withdrawal and expulsion plan from the Gaza Strip and northern Samaria, the leftist elites in Israel waged an unrelenting cultural war against the Israeli Right generally and against religious Zionists specifically.

Rich Tucker | November 05, 2005

There was so much hot air floating around in Washington this week that we might want to check and see if temperatures worldwide climbed suddenly. Sadly, though, that additional heat didn’t generate any actual light.

Robert Novak | November 05, 2005

The January scheduling of Judge Samuel Alito's confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court, instead of December as desired by President Bush, was caused in part by political needs of Republican senators facing opposition for re-election.

Fri, Nov 04, 2005

Jennifer Biddison | November 04, 2005

Freedom Alliance is protecting American interests abroad and standing up for our men and women in uniform. 

Brent Bozell | November 04, 2005

The massive turnout for Mel Gibson's "The Passion of The Christ" was supposed to change Hollywood's resistance, even hostility, to religion, but there isn't a whole lot of change in sight.

Jonah Goldberg | November 04, 2005

Just how big a threat was Saddam Hussein? Let's reprise what our leaders had to say on the subject. First, here's the president:

David Limbaugh | November 04, 2005

The Democratic leadership is so singularly driven by partisan politics that they appear incapable of recognizing our common enemies

Mona Charen | November 04, 2005

One well-known cable host, who had been beating the drums for a Karl Rove indictment for months, anticipated privately that "Friday will be Christmas morning!"

Oliver North | November 04, 2005

With weekly polls showing a precipitous drop in public support for the war, all of this rhetoric is red meat to the far-left leadership of the Democrat party.

Thu, Nov 03, 2005

Ann Coulter | November 03, 2005

In the past few years, the Democrats have had to run from big government, gun control, welfare, criminal rights and gay marriage. With the Alito nomination, it looks like the Democrats are going to have to renounce the NARAL ladies or prepare for another sad day after the 2006 elections.

Larry Elder | November 03, 2005

Question: How did "Leakgate" start?

Neal Boortz | November 03, 2005

It is my considered opinion, backed by 37 years of radio yammering, that 98.4% of the people in this country who use the word “fascist” have no idea what the word actually means. 

Suzanne Fields | November 03, 2005

You won't hear them say it, but the rejection of Harriet Miers was a triumph for feminists.

Debra J. Saunders | November 03, 2005

I seriously considered voting against Proposition 73, a constitutional amendment that would require parental notification or a judge's waiver before a minor has an abortion.

Matt Towery | November 03, 2005

Now the Democrats may be having their turn at costly misjudgment.

John McCaslin | November 03, 2005

Imagine being a Christian chaplain in the U.S. military and not being allowed to recite the name of Jesus when praying.

Robert Novak | November 03, 2005

George W. Bush's chances of engaging the country with a dynamic second-term initiative were sabotaged this week.

Michael Fumento | November 03, 2005

If I wrote about every hyped medicine, I’d have to do three columns a day.

Alan Reynolds | November 03, 2005

When the unsurprising news came out that big oil companies had big profits, Bill O'Reilly of Fox TV concluded: "My contention is the oil companies don't have to double their profits. They can maybe make them two-fifths (40 percent). Take a little less for the good of the nation."

Wed, Nov 02, 2005

Chuck Colson | November 02, 2005

The high school prom used to be a simple affair, but no more. The prom plus parties before and after can cost thousands. One school principal has said, "Enough."

Thomas Sowell | November 02, 2005

While giving my office at home an overdue cleaning up -- "operation Augean stable," as my wife and I call it -- I uncovered in the paper jungle a 2005 calendar.

Michelle Malkin | November 02, 2005

When you read The New York Times (if you still bother to read it), always ask: What is the Times NOT telling me?

John Stossel | November 02, 2005

We need more money, not less, spent on politics. What's spent on campaigns now is less than is spent advertising potato chips. Let the outsiders speak.

Walter E. Williams | November 02, 2005

I cringe with disgust when I hear politicians say, "We're doing it for the children." What's worse is so many Americans mindlessly fall hook, line and sinker for the hype.

Brent Bozell | November 02, 2005

Conservatives are rolling their eyes watching the political Left's outrage over the Valerie Plame identity controversy, wondering when it was exactly that liberals suddenly became the super patriots defending the virtues of the CIA.

Mike Adams | November 02, 2005

Over the past two weeks, the Georgia Tech propaganda machine, which is sometimes referred to as the “administration,” has been working diligently to rebut my assertion that the university has been employing an unconstitutional classification system to allocate its mandatory student activity fees.

Jonah Goldberg | November 02, 2005

During the long, dramatic lead-up to special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's anticlimactic indictment of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the left was getting electric with anticipation.

Tony Blankley | November 02, 2005

Last week, the conservative movement had its Rosa Parks moment -- we refused to give up our seat on the bus even for a Republican president.

Cal Thomas | November 02, 2005

The same blogs that registered extreme opposition to the nomination of Harriet Miers for the Supreme Court are overjoyed by President Bush's selection of Samuel A. Alito Jr. to replace Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.

Terry Jeffrey | November 02, 2005

During the confirmation battle over Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito, whenever you hear a liberal calling the judge "far right," think of the instant dossier published about him by People for the American Way (PFAW).

Ben Shapiro | November 02, 2005

All it took was one brilliant stroke for President Bush to win back his base, shift the news focus and restore hope to his beleaguered presidency.

Linda Chavez | November 02, 2005

Liberals' response to the nomination of Judge Samuel Alito Jr., to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is as hysterical as it was predictable.

Kathleen Parker | November 02, 2005

Entertaining as usual, Dowd explored her premise that many women end up unmarried and childless because they're successful by reviewing women's evolution since her college days, which happen to have coincided with my own.

John McCaslin | November 02, 2005

Dana Blanton, director of public-opinion research for Fox News, takes a much-needed break from politics and turmoil to present some intriguing findings about America's spiritual beliefs.

Megan Basham | November 02, 2005

The star of “Weather Man,” Dave Spritz, may be the world’s worst successful television personality. As a popular weatherman at a major affiliate in Chicago, Spritz delivers the daily forecast like a bipolar who’s able to time his manic episodes to correspond with the camera’s red on-air light.

Tue, Nov 01, 2005

Thomas Sowell | November 01, 2005

It was quite an anticlimax when the man who is accused of doing that -- Lewis Libby on Vice President Cheney's staff -- is not even charged with the crime for which a special prosecutor was appointed, with extraordinary powers and an extraordinary budget.

David Limbaugh | November 01, 2005

The grand jury indictment against Scooter Libby puts Mr. Libby in serious legal jeopardy, but does little to put the Bush administration or the GOP in political jeopardy.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 01, 2005

I’m the mother of two teenage boys, and believe me, I am well acquainted with the behaviors that have led to the popular phrase “boys will be boys.”

Bill Murchison | November 01, 2005

Finally, an argument worth having! -- as opposed to the one we've lately been having over Valerie what's-her-name's "outing" (if that's what happened) by Lewis what's-his-name.

George Will | November 01, 2005

With the nomination of Samuel Alito, the nation's long-term needs and the president's immediate needs converge.

Bruce Bartlett | November 01, 2005

President Bush's appointment of economist Ben Bernanke to be chairman of the Federal Reserve Board is a wise decision.

Mon, Oct 31, 2005

Michael Barone | October 31, 2005

George W. Bush's administration has come through what many have been saying would be its worst week, and it has turned out to be -- well, if not one of the best, then one that is far more encouraging than most of the mainstream media expected.

Star Parker | October 31, 2005

President Bush in his address in New Orleans proposed that federal education assistance be in the form of providing vouchers that families can use to place kids in any school of their choice -- public or private.

Mike Adams | October 31, 2005

Dear Liza Potter: I am delighted to respond to your recent charge against me, which was sent to Rosemary DePaolo, Chancellor of UNC-Wilmington.

Cal Thomas | October 31, 2005

What a difference a president and a special prosecutor make.

Suzanne Fields | October 31, 2005

Martin Luther King Jr. rose to civil rights celebrity on her protest, but all most schoolchildren know about her is that she refused to give up her seat to a white man.

Diana West | October 31, 2005

If Condoleezza Rice ever does run for president, the following line may become very familiar:

Phyllis Schlafly | October 31, 2005

Americans are not naive enough to believe the sensational headline and opening paragraphs of news accounts about Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff's recent testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

John Leo | October 31, 2005

The editor of “the new republic” suggested the other day that “the new liberal political culture emerging on the Internet” looks a lot like the McGovernite revolution that descended on the Democratic Party in 1972.

Joel Mowbray | October 31, 2005

Less than a month after a 21-year-old blew himself up just outside a packed football stadium in Oklahoma, a circuit court judge in Florida has granted the American Civil Liberties Union a surprise victory by issuing a preliminary injunction preventing searches at Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ games.

Robert Novak | October 31, 2005

Bush's blunder on Miers reflects his genuine disdain for Washington and the national government, still intense after nearly five years in office.

Jennifer Roback Morse | October 31, 2005

I could never be a Leftist because the Left seems to hate two things that I love: men and American business.

Larry Kudlow | October 31, 2005

So, who exactly leaked to columnist Robert Novak? That was the big question that was supposed to be answered.

Jack Kemp | October 31, 2005


Now we await chapter three in the book on tax reform, the report of Bush's Federal Advisory Panel on Tax Reform co-chaired by former Sens. Connie Mack and John Breaux.

Sun, Oct 30, 2005

Caroline Glick | October 30, 2005

Wednesday was a difficult day. First, on Wednesday morning Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for Israel's annihilation. Then, a few hours later, a Palestinian terrorist blew up at a felafel stand in Hadera and murdered five Israelis.

Doug Giles | October 30, 2005

Anger, like alcohol, is only bad if it’s abused. 

Paul Jacob | October 30, 2005

Year in, year out, virtually everywhere, our already quite corpulent governments just keep growing and growing and growing. Except in Colorado.

Horace Cooper | October 30, 2005

Redefining civil rights to include a license for criminality, unjustified racial animus and even misogynistic gangsta lyrics has taken the noble cause of civil rights equality down an unfortunate path that must be reversed.