Sun, Jul 09, 2006

Paul Jacob | July 09, 2006

In the West, we merely wait for Chinese Communism to die. In China, increasing numbers suspect that it soon will. But the youth in Asia can't yet count on that hoped-for euthanasia.

Sat, Jul 08, 2006

Kathryn Lopez | July 08, 2006

As the discussion moves from an anonymous Mormon candidate to the actual Mitt Romney, and from abstract speculation to actual primaries and caucuses, polling will become more meaningful. Those opposed to a generic Mormon candidate may reveal that their opposition is prompted much more by political ideology than by sectarian concerns about religion.

Larry Kudlow | July 08, 2006

Did you know that just over the past 11 quarters, dating back to the June 2003 Bush tax cuts, America has increased the size of its entire economy by 20 percent?

Robert Novak | July 08, 2006

Well-connected public figures report that they have been told recently by Rudolph Giuliani that, as of now, he intends to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008.

Doug Giles | July 08, 2006

Conservative voters in Florida, where my family and I reside, have a muy importante senatorial race coming up this November.

Fri, Jul 07, 2006

Kathleen Parker | July 07, 2006

That words matter has few dissenters, especially among those who try to make sense with them.

Rich Galen | July 07, 2006

Rich looks at the appeasement given both to Hitler prior to the outbreak of World War II, and contrasts it with what Kim Jong-il of North Korea is doing today.

Thomas Sowell | July 07, 2006

On the eve of a holiday that used to stir patriotic emotions -- the Fourth of July -- it has been painful to see examples of how little remains of that glue that holds a society together.

Brent Bozell | July 07, 2006

Now in its seventh year, the American version is just starting up again with an "all-star" edition, if you can call these Warholian characters "stars."

David Limbaugh | July 07, 2006

There has been much speculation lately over whether Hillary Clinton is a shoo-in, after all, for the Democratic presidential nomination, let alone the general election.

Mona Charen | July 07, 2006

A parent from Plymouth, N.Y., has sent along another example of liberals gone wild.

Oliver North | July 07, 2006

The primary reason why we enjoy unequalled opportunity and security is because Americans have always stepped up to challenges confronting us.

Diana West | July 07, 2006

Just in time for the one-year anniversary of 7/7, a poll conducted for The Times of London indicates that 13 percent of British Muslims believe that the four Islamic suicide bombers who murdered 52 people in London last July should be regarded as "martyrs."

Paul Greenberg | July 07, 2006

Hamas became the Palestinians' ruling party after winning the last parliamentary elections. It never dropped its call for the destruction of Israel, but it did announce a truce - for a while. Then it declared that truce void, and backed up its declaration with deeds.

Charles Krauthammer | July 07, 2006

The court's wanton overriding of Congress and the president is another in a long string of breathtaking acts of judicial arrogance.

Lorie Byrd | July 07, 2006

Sssh. The President is coming. That is message in the subject line of a recent John Kerry fundraising email.

Jonah Goldberg | July 07, 2006

What does Superman have to do with the Supreme Court's Hamdan v. Rumsfeld decision? Quite a lot, actually.

Mike Gallagher | July 07, 2006

I’m sorry for a culture that seemed to enjoy turning your husband into a demon, even in death.

Thu, Jul 06, 2006

John McCaslin | July 06, 2006

"Current policy, in effect, mandates that we send these innovative minds home, or to other countries which welcome their skills, to compete against us," says Rep. John Shadegg, Arizona Republican.

William Rusher | July 06, 2006

Since then, the United States has been trying grimly to bring about this hoped-for result. But the fanatical Islamist insurgency, traceable to Osama bin Laden and led in Iraq, until recently, by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, has made the going far rougher than Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld can ever possibly have anticipated.

Thomas Sowell | July 06, 2006

Should blacks vote for Democrats or Republicans? Since blacks are not all the same, any more than whites are, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Yet the black vote is more overwhelmingly tied to the Democrats than that of any other group.

Brent Bozell | July 06, 2006

There's something bizarre about the Times rushing out to protest excessive secrecy in the Bush administration -- and then touting the testimony of secret sources as its evidence.

Larry Elder | July 06, 2006

Forty-seven percent of Americans, according to a recent poll, believe the economy is doing "badly." Or, as a woman I encountered at a party recently put it, "Bush put the economy in the toilet." Really?

Cal Thomas | July 06, 2006

A poll found that while anti-Semitism and anti-Catholicism are fading among voters, anti-Mormonism is not

Suzanne Fields | July 06, 2006

Someone asked Meryl Streep whether her new movie, "The Devil Wears Prada," is a feminist film. A look of horror spread across her face. "Well, there's a way to kill the box office." Better to lure male moviegoers with a profusion of beautifully draped bodies of the sensuous female of the species.

Terry Jeffrey | July 06, 2006

His parents assumed legal guardianship from his wife, made sure he was cared for at a rehabilitation center and brought him home for regular visits.

Ben Shapiro | July 06, 2006

Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord:

Linda Chavez | July 06, 2006

While the U.S. Congress dithers over how best to stop illegal immigration, the Mexican people may have already decided the issue this past weekend.

Alan Reynolds | July 06, 2006

Some of my favorite conservative commentators appear dismayed that the White House and press paid little attention to news that "Coalition forces have recovered approximately 500 weapons munitions (in Iraq) which contain degraded mustard or sarin nerve agent."

Burt Prelutsky | July 06, 2006

Not too long ago, I saw a list of the 10 careers most likely to be around in the future.

Robert Novak | July 06, 2006

With their party sharply divided on immigration, House Republicans this week launched an effort to transform this political liability into an asset by tying it to the war against terrorism.

Michael Fumento | July 06, 2006

The report from Families USA claims insurers participating in the Medicare Part D passed on increases for 19 of the top 20 drugs to program participants, which now number about 33 million.

Matt Towery | July 06, 2006

Let's look at instances when private institutions decide to hold court over all of us, as individuals or as a nation.

Emmett Tyrrell | July 06, 2006

You might think London a curious locale from which to celebrate July 4th, or Independence Day as we say.

Marvin Olasky | July 06, 2006

Americans are used to thinking of Chinese Christians as people imprisoned and beaten for their faith, and that is still true in some areas.

Hugh Hewitt | July 06, 2006

Are New Yorkers embarassed by their media titans?

Wed, Jul 05, 2006

Ann Coulter | July 05, 2006

It was nice to see The New York Times commemorating Independence Day this week with a tribute to its favorite Revolutionary War hero, Benedict Arnold.

James J. Kilpatrick | July 05, 2006

Maybe next term will be better. That is about the best that can be said of the Supreme Court's 2005 term.

William F. Buckley | July 05, 2006

I was thinking, gee whiz, maybe I am one of the reasons Sen. Joe Lieberman is having such a tough time running for re-election in Connecticut. Here's the story:

William Perry Pendley | July 05, 2006

Colorado is concerned about public health only if the smoking ban does not cost the state money.

Herman Cain | July 05, 2006

What’s next? Will the Senate Finance Committee require pimps to pay for their employees’ health care?

Now that Felipe Calderón seems to have won and the threat that was embodied by Chavista Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been defeated, it is time for the Republicans in the House to look beyond their own noses and deal generously with our neighbor to the south.

Michelle Malkin | July 05, 2006

When is a "secret" not a secret? When The New York Times decides, in the interest of saving its old gray hide, that it is not.

Thomas Sowell | July 05, 2006

Theodore Roosevelt was indeed a landmark figure in the development of American politics and government, but in a very different sense from the way he is portrayed in Time magazine.

Walter E. Williams | July 05, 2006

Let's look at the recent "Nation's Report Card," published annually by the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics.

Jacob Sullum | July 05, 2006

According to Surgeon General Richard Carmona, secondhand smoke is so dangerous that you'd be better off if you stopped going to smoky bars and started smoking instead.

Paul Weyrich | July 05, 2006

Some political observers may see the presence of religious conservatives in the Republican Party as a threat. My former friend Kevin Phillips, who in the early days of the New Right was so helpful, now acts as if a theocracy governs the nation.

John Stossel | July 05, 2006

When he was in college, atmospheric-science professor John Christy was told, "it was a certainty that by the year 2000, the world would be starving and out of energy."

Jonah Goldberg | July 05, 2006

According to America's leading journalists, the United States government cannot run clandestine operations. Indeed, it cannot keep secrets or do anything in secret - if the press thinks "the people" should know about it.

Mike Adams | July 05, 2006

Over the last few weeks, I’ve had scores of emails asking for advice on the purchase of a handgun.

Paul Greenberg | July 05, 2006

Sandra Day O'Connor has left the court but, alas, she didn't take her foggy jurisprudence with her.

Kathleen Parker | July 05, 2006

America's "boy crisis" has been canceled. It was all hype, we're now told by Education Sector, a nonpartisan education research group.

Tue, Jul 04, 2006

Rich Lowry | July 04, 2006

A report in The New York Times identifies a rise in urban violent crime attributable to "petty disputes that hardly seem the stuff of fist-fights, much less gunfire or stabbings."

John McCaslin | July 04, 2006

Correction in the Washington Post: "In a June 28 Style review of 'Superman Returns,' Superman's home state was incorrectly identified as Iowa. He is from Kansas."

Jonathan Garthwaite | July 04, 2006

After forcing all of you to look at the 'coming soon' page for the last two days, the wait is over. The new is finally here.

Thomas Sowell | July 04, 2006

There is nothing like returning home to recover from a vacation. They say traveling is broadening and that has certainly been my experience. My waistline broadens by about an inch a week when I am traveling.

David Limbaugh | July 04, 2006

Scalia said that judges inclined toward the "living Constitution" approach think "there really is a brotherhood of the judiciary who indeed believe it is our function, as judges throughout the world, to determine the meaning of human rights.

Cal Thomas | July 04, 2006

Democratic infighting isn't over tax increases; it's about which taxes to raise.

Dennis Prager | July 04, 2006

Let us make war on the phrase "violence doesn't solve anything." It is a lie, and anyone who utters it cannot be taken morally seriously.

Pat Buchanan | July 04, 2006

It was because America remained independent of the alliances of Europe -- the Triple Entente of Britain, France and Russia, and Triple Alliance of Germany, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Italy -- that Americans did not arrive on the battlefields of the Great War of 1914-1918 until six months before the Armistice.

Bill Bennett | July 04, 2006

The ninth in a series of exclusive excerpts from Bill Bennett's next bestseller, America: The Last Best Hope.

George Will | July 04, 2006

For your Fourth of July reading, open a mind-opening book about an immensely important American war concerning which you may know next to nothing.

Burt Prelutsky | July 04, 2006

I don’t know how it is with other writers, but I find that every so often I have more ideas than I know what to do with.

Bruce Bartlett | July 04, 2006

The New York Times has no reservoir of goodwill to fall back on. Because of its past actions, people are disinclined to give it the benefit of the doubt when its judgment and patriotism are questioned.

Michael Medved | July 04, 2006

Today’s militant leftists not only spread lies about America’s present but generate even more damaging distortions about the nation’s past.

Bill Murchison | July 04, 2006

Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday stayed the forced removal of a 29-foot high cross from city property in San Diego -- six days after the Senate failed by a single vote to pass a constitutional amendment that forbids flag-burning.

Kevin McCullough | July 04, 2006

One of my regular listeners - Frank from Staten Island reminded me midway through my broadcast this last week, "Kevin you don't say it enough anymore!"

Frank Gaffney | July 04, 2006

On June 21st, the Board of the Missouri Investment Trust (MIT) – a public fund that taxes entertainers and athletes’ income and makes earnings from investments of such monies available to state cultural organizations – voted to make its portfolio “terror-free.”

Roger Schlesinger | July 04, 2006

I hope to contribute a unique perspective about your financial life that may very well put you on the road to financial freedom.

Eliot Peace | July 04, 2006

As special guest, McCain drew in the crowds at the South Carolina Governor’s Mansion for a 2006 Republican Party fundraiser

Mon, Jul 03, 2006

Michael Barone | July 03, 2006

Is it possible that the House and Senate will agree on an immigration bill? For most of June, the answer seemed to be no.

Suzanne Fields | July 03, 2006

In a season when it's the fashion to deconstruct the Founding Fathers, to consider their flaws and not their profundity, it's only charity to pass along illuminating stories that testify to the ways they did what they did to make it possible to change the things that from time to time ought to be changed.

Diana West | July 03, 2006

But from Spielberg's ersatz vision of the past emerges a disturbing clarity about the present. In divorcing the climactic events of D-Day from their grand goals and significant accomplishments, Spielberg staged a fictional war story without a historical point -- seemingly without any conception of military victory.

Donald Lambro | July 03, 2006

The latest Supreme Court rulings on the death penalty, campaign financing and congressional redistricting were not only victories for good government, but for President Bush's fight to turn the judiciary in a rightward direction.

Phyllis Schlafly | July 03, 2006

The Washington establishment is shocked at the discovery that Americans don't like the idea of the federal government forcing local governments to provide foreign-language ballots. That's one more indication of how out of touch our leaders are with grass-roots America.

Paul Weyrich | July 03, 2006

In a period of time when the Democrats appeared as if they had a lock on Congress, the late Robert B. Carleson approached me: Would I agree to hire him as a Free Congress Foundation Adjunct Scholar to work on welfare reform if Richard M. Scaife would fund it.

Robert Novak | July 03, 2006

On June 19, two young members of Congress received an extraordinary letter from Jerusalem.

Lynn O'Shaughnessy | July 03, 2006

Inflation has spooked Wall Street. Fearful of inflation, the stock market has lost its traction and is behaving like a kid careening down a slip and slide. These inflation worries have prompted plenty of 60-somethings to wonder if a box of Raisin Bran will someday cost them $49.99.

Lynn O'Shaughnessy | July 03, 2006

Inflation has spooked Wall Street. Fearful of inflation, the stock market has lost its traction and is behaving like a kid careening down a slip and slide. These inflation worries have prompted plenty of 60-somethings to wonder if a box of Raisin Bran will someday cost them $49.99.

Star Parker | July 03, 2006

The political left (read Democrats) rolled out road shows in black and white this past week to advertise their program for courting the strong bloc of "values" voters.

John Leo | July 03, 2006

After 15 years of announcing that girls are being shortchanged in education, the mainstream media and some educrats have at last looked at some obvious evidence that girls are doing well while boys are lagging.

Doug Wilson | July 03, 2006

The public would be well-served to do more than gawk at Buffett’s mammoth gift.

Jennifer Roback Morse | July 03, 2006

The Abortion Lobby must be desperate. They evidently feel threatened by little old ladies who give away free baby clothes to women in crisis pregnancies.

Sun, Jul 02, 2006

Paul Jacob | July 02, 2006

Bernie Sanders may run as an "Independent," but his ideology strikes its indendepence chiefly by distancing itself from the accumulated wisdom of the last 50 years. Or 500.

James J. Kilpatrick | July 02, 2006

The Court of Peeves, Crotchets & Irks resumes its summer assizes with a motion from Mrs. Hattie B. Polk of Waynesboro, N.C. She asks the court to settle an argument over "more importantly" and "most importantly."

George Will | July 02, 2006

By leaving open the possibility that there is a constitutional answer to the question of what constitutes a ``too political'' gerrymander -- the position seems to be: we don't know what the standard is, but we don't know that it doesn't exist -- the court has again practiced ``split-the-difference jurisprudence.''

Caroline Glick | July 02, 2006

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert announced that in addition to Judea and Samaria, he plans to transfer a number of neighborhoods in Jerusalem to Hamas.