Sun, Aug 06, 2006

Kevin McCullough | August 06, 2006

Liberals love pedophiles, because they must do so to keep their own belief system intact.

Sat, Aug 05, 2006

Doug Giles | August 05, 2006

"I eat because I'm unhappy and I’m unhappy because I eat."

Paul Jacob | August 05, 2006

Football coach Nick Saban is too busy to have dinner with the President of the United States. Is this a great country or what?

Jonah Goldberg | August 05, 2006

I'm referring, of course, to American farmers. Or, more precisely, American farm owners, a.k.a. Welfare Kings.

Debra J. Saunders | August 05, 2006

Imagine, if you can, that slightly more than half of the public voted Democratic in the last presidential election, yet some 80 percent of higher education's social scientists voted Republican.

Larry Kudlow | August 05, 2006

Top generals John P. Abizaid, the head of military operations in Iraq, and Peter Pace, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, are strongly suggesting that Iraq may be sinking from a state of violent sectarian unrest into a true civil war.

William F. Buckley | August 05, 2006

What could be guaranteed to Iran, as to Israel, that would induce them to consider life without the superbomb?

Robert Novak | August 05, 2006

The renewed push for Senate confirmation of John Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has picked up Jewish support that could neutralize New York's two Democratic senators.

Roger Schlesinger | August 05, 2006

In every endeavor there is a plan. Bank robbers have a plan. Football teams have a game plan. Architects draw up plans. Teachers prepare a lesson plan.

Fri, Aug 04, 2006

Chuck Colson | August 04, 2006

Should Christians speak out about abortion and homosexual marriage? Not according to the New York Times and a prominently-featured evangelical pastor.

Rich Tucker | August 04, 2006

Terrorist groups, including Hezbollah and Hamas and their sponsors Iran and Syria, have made it clear they want to destroy Israel.

Jonathan Garthwaite | August 04, 2006

A fair number of pundits have even suggested a quasi-suicide-turned-resurrection whereby Republicans lose Congress in 2006 so they can retain the White House in 2008.

Mike Adams | August 04, 2006

In the nearly ten years since Jon Benet Ramsey’s death, I’ve spent little time pondering the identity of that little girl’s murderer.

Ross Mackenzie | August 04, 2006

Pros and cons regarding topics currently in the news. . .

Brent Bozell | August 04, 2006

Gibson's remarks were disgraceful. But is Gibson now to be disgraced? And who is qualified to make that judgment?

David Limbaugh | August 04, 2006

We are fighting a global war against international terrorists because the terrorists are engaged in a global jihad against infidels.

Oliver North | August 04, 2006

"What do they want?" It's a query we hear a lot these days. By "they," of course, the questioner means the suicide bombers, the masked men in the videotape decapitating a hostage, the goose-stepping, black-clad legions parading with AK-47s.

Pat Buchanan | August 04, 2006

With the second Intifada and rise to power of Ariel Sharon, Israel abandoned Oslo and land-for-peace. We will never again negotiate with Arafat, said Sharon, because Israel does not negotiate with terrorists.

Rich Galen | August 04, 2006

The President of Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has come up with an answer to the conflict between Israel and Hezbollah. He said at a meeting of Muslim nations in Malaysia that the way to end the conflict was the "elimination of the Zionist regime".

Burt Prelutsky | August 04, 2006

The occasion is Cumberland House’s publication of the almost all-new edition of CONSERVATIVES ARE FROM MARS, LIBERALS ARE FROM SAN FRANCISCO. What can I tell you? They loved my title. But there are over 70 new essays in the book, it has a spanking new cover, and its sub-title is now “101 Reasons I Left the Left.”

Kathleen Parker | August 04, 2006

hese are rich times for conspiracy theorists, and the mother lode these days may be found in the fevered minds of anti-Christianists.

Charles Krauthammer | August 04, 2006

Israel's leaders do not seem to understand how ruinous a military failure in Lebanon would be to its relationship with America, Israel's most vital lifeline.

Thu, Aug 03, 2006

Chuck Colson | August 03, 2006

British medical researchers plan to eliminate autism by eliminating autistic people.

Roger Schlesinger | August 03, 2006

Why do grown people act like puppies? If they hear an advertisement that says they can get something—anything—and it won't cost them a penny, nickle, dime or dollar, why do they ask where can they sign up?

Hugh Hewitt | August 03, 2006

If you could save the victims of one of the following four events, which group would you save?

Hugh Hewitt | August 03, 2006

If you could save the victims of one of the following four events, which group would you save?

Hugh Hewitt | August 03, 2006

If you could save the victims of one of the following four events, which group would you save?

Brent Bozell | August 03, 2006

For the last decade or two, the Big Three network news ratings have declined, and their once-iron grip on public opinion has loosened, prompting this debate:

Larry Elder | August 03, 2006

Nelson Mandela, one of the world's foremost symbols of political moral authority, recently met with a Palestinian "activist."

Jonah Goldberg | August 03, 2006

If you took Western news outlets at face value, you'd think that every Arab hamlet, no matter how humble, must have at least one thriving American and Israeli flag merchant.

Jonah Goldberg | August 03, 2006

If you took Western news outlets at face value, you'd think that every Arab hamlet, no matter how humble, must have at least one thriving American and Israeli flag merchant.

Mona Charen | August 03, 2006

Someone suggested to me the morning after Mel Gibson's thunderclap that his career was over. Ha! Far from it. This is the start of a whole new gig.

Cal Thomas | August 03, 2006

In the commentary and posturing I've read about Mel Gibson's drunken slur against the Jewish people and his incredible hubris about his power and position while driving under the influence of stardom, some things have been left out.

Suzanne Fields | August 03, 2006

My mother was proud to become an American, in a place where she never again felt isolated for being Jewish.

Matt Towery | August 03, 2006

What do Fox News pundit Juan Williams and Georgia Democratic Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney have to do with each other? The answer in a moment.

Linda Chavez | August 03, 2006

Mel Gibson is in trouble with the Jewish community again.

William Rusher | August 03, 2006

It is a fair question just what kind of ambassador the United States should send to the United Nations.

William Rusher | August 03, 2006

It is a fair question just what kind of ambassador the United States should send to the United Nations.

Marvin Olasky | August 03, 2006

With lots of media specials on tap this month as the first anniversary of the Katrina disaster approaches, it's time for an inoculation against some of the propaganda that will arise.

Robert Novak | August 03, 2006

When House members departed last weekend for summer vacation, they handed a painful choice to senators left behind in 100-degree Washington heat.

Alan Reynolds | August 03, 2006

This year, Medicare began paying 68 percent of the cost of prescription drugs for seniors who sign up for Part D, or about $1,750 per enrollee by one estimate.

James J. Kilpatrick | August 03, 2006

In the final paragraphs of his 39-page opinion, Souter abruptly lapses into lucidity.

Donald Lambro | August 03, 2006

One of the unreported findings in a recent Democratic poll of Hispanics is that their party has made only "modest gains" among this pivotal minority voting group.

Wed, Aug 02, 2006

Herman Cain | August 02, 2006

Emmett Tyrrell | August 02, 2006

The week brings some very dour news for the Hezbollah killers and their Iranian masters.

Douglas MacKinnon | August 02, 2006

Late last year, Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez attacked me by name on his national television program. He said I was a spy for the CIA.

Douglas MacKinnon | August 02, 2006

Late last year, Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez attacked me by name on his national television program. He said I was a spy for the CIA.

Michael Medved | August 02, 2006

The real issue behind the gay marriage dispute isn’t the validity of homosexual attraction, it’s the importance of gender differences--- and that’s a question on which nearly all Americans can agree.

Ann Coulter | August 02, 2006

If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be on tour promoting a book -- and, honestly, who hasn't? -- it's like being on a long, low-budget vacation with all of the good parts taken out.

Maggie Gallagher | August 02, 2006

The news this week that the 79-year-old had handed over the reins of power, even temporarily, due to surgery for intestinal bleeding, was met by dancing in the streets of Miami's Little Havana.

Paul Weyrich | August 02, 2006

Some media, especially talk radio, is sympathetic to conservatives. However, much important news is unreported.

Roger Schlesinger | August 02, 2006

Unfortunately living on the edge is an acceptable way of life for way too many people, especially those who own their own home.

John Stossel | August 02, 2006

The Association of Trial Lawyers of America recently changed its name to the American Association for Justice.

Walter E. Williams | August 02, 2006

Colleges and universities will start their fall semester soon. You might be interested in what parents' and taxpayers' money is going for at far too many "institutions of higher learning."

Tony Blankley | August 02, 2006

It's an appealing thought, but there is something to say for being in the insane majority.

Ben Shapiro | August 02, 2006

In his death, Fidel Castro may finally achieve the foolish dream of communism: full equality.

Paul Greenberg | August 02, 2006

For years the Lebanese have given Hezbollah's killers safe harbor and cheered them on when they marched in the streets. They've turned whole neighborhoods and large swaths of that beautiful country over to this state-within-a-state, and have done little but step aside as Lebanon became one big terrorist arms depot.

Jacob Sullum | August 02, 2006

Athletes use all sorts of technology to improve their fitness and performance, ranging from multivitamins to weight machines, and they are properly judged by how well they use them.

Kathleen Parker | August 02, 2006

Obviously, the anguish of the Lebanese people is heartfelt and no one celebrates the loss of innocent life. Wait, correction. No one except Hezbollah...

Paul Weyrich | August 02, 2006

Daily I am asked my opinion as to whether the Democrats are going to take over the Congress this autumn. I put the question to a dozen or so colleagues at a luncheon last week in the Capitol. Most of those who were counted believed that the GOP would hang on to both Houses but by the narrowest of margins.

William F. Buckley | August 02, 2006

The old injunction about minding your own business has always been a little problematic, because carried to formal lengths it distresses other laws, laws that have to do with being one's brother's keeper.

Michelle Malkin | August 02, 2006

Welcome to the marquee performance of "Qana: The Fraud and the Furious," brought to you by the Acting Guild of the Religion of Perpetual Outrage.

Tue, Aug 01, 2006

William Perry Pendley | August 01, 2006

For the last 35 years, Roberts has been barred from hunting on 1,500 acres of deeded land on which he would otherwise have the right to hunt if it did not lie within the Crow Indian Reservation.

Mike Adams | August 01, 2006

I was deeply offended by something written to me in response to one of my missives.

Larry Kudlow | August 01, 2006

The U.S. stock market and world equity bourses are important measures of fear, hope, security, and the health of the world’s economy.

Roger Schlesinger | August 01, 2006

This is the first question your child will ask when he or she leaves babyhood and becomes a little person. The question will never go away.

Thomas Sowell | August 01, 2006

There was a time when most members of Congress had served in the military, as had many people in the media. Today that is no longer true -- and it shows in many ways.

David Limbaugh | August 01, 2006

Perhaps the best reason to support John Bolton's confirmation as our nation's United Nations ambassador is that his approach to foreign policy is radically different from John Kerry's, as illustrated by their exchange during Bolton's confirmation hearings.

Cal Thomas | August 01, 2006

Armageddon is hot again and why not? We crave explanations for wars in the Middle East and madness at home, such as the shooting of six Jews in Seattle last week by a man claiming to be a Muslim and wanting revenge against Israel. Our country is flooded with illegal aliens of the human kind. Some contend the culture is collapsing. Gangs rampage. The economy is uncertain. There is open political warfare. In our ceaseless attempts to find solutions, or at least explanations for this and more, no earthly formula seems adequate, so some look to the skies.

Cal Thomas | August 01, 2006

Armageddon is hot again and why not? We crave explanations for wars in the Middle East and madness at home, such as the shooting of six people at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle last week by a man claiming to be a Muslim and wanting revenge against Israel.

Dennis Prager | August 01, 2006

If you are ever morally confused about a major world issue, here is a rule that is almost never violated: Whenever you hear that "world opinion" holds a view, assume it is morally wrong.

Debra J. Saunders | August 01, 2006

What Huckabee says about pardons certainly is music to my ears. Yes, he says, he will continue to issue pardons and commutations, "knowing full well that there's no political upside, zero."

Debra J. Saunders | August 01, 2006

What Huckabee says about pardons certainly is music to my ears. Yes, he says, he will continue to issue pardons and commutations, "knowing full well that there's no political upside, zero."

Donald Lambro | August 01, 2006

Can a divided political party at war with itself attract enough popular support to win a majority in either house of Congress?

Rich Galen | August 01, 2006

Yesterday, the NY Times editorially endorsed the opponent of Sen. Joe Lieberman, Ned Lamont, in the Democratic primary to be held in Connecticut on August 8.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 01, 2006

The hottest issue at the grass roots is illegal immigration and what our government is not doing to stop it. The question most frequently heard is, "Why doesn't the Bush administration get it?"

Paul Weyrich | August 01, 2006

In J.R.R. Tolkien's LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy which is one of the great Christian literary works of the 20th century, the ring of power represents power itself. Tolkien warns that it can never be used for good purposes, because it ultimately distorts whoever uses it to the point where they become evil. Regardless of their original intention, they end up wanting power over everyone else.

Bruce Bartlett | August 01, 2006

Rebecca Hagelin | August 01, 2006

To Fagan, the answers are brilliantly simple, and the consequences of maintaining the status quo humanly tragic.

Mon, Jul 31, 2006

Bill Murchison | July 31, 2006

Here's why it's nice to be Hezbollah:

Megan Basham | July 31, 2006

To a lot of Christians, the worst happened this weekend when their great crusader for faith in Hollywood took a very public, very appalling tumble from grace.

Jack Kemp | July 31, 2006

What do the United States and China have most in common these days? An increasingly pressing need to grow our respective economies faster.

Kevin McCullough | July 31, 2006

With a clearly definitive win in the Washington Supreme Court this week, marriage advocates are on an impressive roll.

Burt Prelutsky | July 31, 2006

For the longest time, I have been one of those people who condemned the leftists in the media for putting the worst possible face on our war in Iraq.

Doug Giles | July 31, 2006

The fifth tool Satan uses to suck suckers into hell is the deadly vice of avarice.

Paul Jacob | July 31, 2006

Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan doesn't merely administer elections. She's hell-bent on preventing them.

Mike Adams | July 31, 2006

Earlier this summer, I gave a speech about fighting ideological bigotry and restoring free speech on college campuses.

Star Parker | July 31, 2006

A strange thing about President Bush's recent address to the NAACP annual meeting was the lack of pretense that this was anything but a partisan affair.

Star Parker | July 31, 2006

A strange thing about President Bush's recent address to the NAACP annual meeting was the lack of pretense that this was anything but a partisan affair.

Mary Katharine Ham | July 31, 2006

How was your week? I spent mine with Randi Rhodes, Stephanie Miller, and Al Franken, and it was fabulous.

Michael Barone | July 31, 2006

The world seems aswirl. Where do we stand today?

Suzanne Fields | July 31, 2006

No two wars are alike. Different players in different uniforms representing different constituencies fight for different reasons. When history seems to repeat itself with familiar schemes for gaining power, new scenarios of analysis and justification are nevertheless required.

Debra J. Saunders | July 31, 2006

The center-left Democratic Leadership Council rightly has figured out that the American middle class feels it is too low on the Bush totem pole

Debra J. Saunders | July 31, 2006

The center-left Democratic Leadership Council rightly has figured out that the American middle class feels it is too low on the Bush totem pole

Paul Greenberg | July 31, 2006

Is the current unpleasantness in the Mideast now approaching the endgame? On the contrary, this doesn't even look like the end of the beginning.

John Leo | July 31, 2006

Just when you think the debate over embryonic stem cells can't get any more degraded, an outfit called the Campaign to Defend the Constitution comes along and proves you wrong.

Robert Novak | July 31, 2006

An obscure Colombian judge has delivered a stunning decision that will threaten U.S. relations with its best ally in South America unless reversed.

James J. Kilpatrick | July 31, 2006

The point is that through constructions such as these, the good gray Times locks itself into the gauzy like instead of the specific such as.