Sun, Aug 27, 2006

Kevin McCullough | August 27, 2006

Liberals are actively undermining first amendment rights to free speech by trying to crush opposing views.

Sat, Aug 26, 2006

Kathryn Lopez | August 26, 2006

Right now, good men and women are doing something crucial: raising their voices in outrage, trying to save the lives of Nazanin Fateh, Malak Ghorbany and many other women just like them.

Doug Giles | August 26, 2006

The Islamofascists would love nothing more than to turn the American Dream into a nuclear nightmare. And this Islamic ill will is wished upon all Americans, not just the hawkish conservatives.

Diana West | August 26, 2006

The road ahead is long and difficult, but our next steps are clear.

Donald Lambro | August 26, 2006

President Bush's acknowledged frustration and his team's reported discouragement over the war in Iraq is testing the White House's resolve as never before.

Robert Novak | August 26, 2006

Pressure is mounting within the Senate Democratic caucus to strip Sen. Joseph Lieberman of senior committee positions if he defeats Democratic nominee Ned Lamont in Connecticut, but Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is expected to beat that back.

Fri, Aug 25, 2006

Ed Feulner | August 25, 2006

How good is government at wasting our tax dollars? Consider the Department of Homeland Security.

Burt Prelutsky | August 25, 2006

I suppose I should be relieved. After all, this past week I was on call every day to perform jury duty, and the call never came. But, oddly enough, I’m not relieved. Instead, I’m disgruntled.

Douglas MacKinnon | August 25, 2006

“We are not at war with the Muslim faith.” So say various members of the media and government, either because they actually believe it, or because their blind adherence to political correctness dictates as much.

Jonathan Garthwaite | August 25, 2006

With America’s families under siege by so many sensational forces, we all too often forget about the silent hardships that take their toll without all the fanfare and media attention.

Alan Sears | August 25, 2006

The NEA's elected leaders have decided that, before anything else, the first thing our teachers have to do is win popular support for homosexual "marriage."

Allison Kasic | August 25, 2006

Women's Equality Day reminds us how far women in America have advanced since gaining the right to vote in 1920. It also showcases how distorted the feminist movement has become since the days of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.

Lorie Byrd | August 25, 2006

Almost a year ago, I wrote a column titled “Giuliani looking good right about now.” As it now appears a 2008 Rudy run is a sure thing, I thought it was about time to update that column to take a look at how Rudy is looking right about now, almost a full year later.

Roger Schlesinger | August 25, 2006

Well my friends, whenever I write about credit card debt, I am told that I am just an enabler and that the only solution to the spend thrifts is a cold turkey, head in the sand approach so these credit card losers can "learn their lesson".

Thomas Sowell | August 25, 2006

Andrew Young's statement that blacks have been "ripped off" by stores run by Jews, Koreans, and Arabs has been rightly criticized and he has apologized. But these irresponsible remarks have wider implications than Andrew Young and wider implications than their political repercussions.

Brent Bozell | August 25, 2006

Most American families today subscribe to some kind of cable or satellite TV service, and increasingly they are asking themselves (and Congress) why they can't have "a la carte" choice -- the ability to take and pay for only the programming they want in their homes.

Jonah Goldberg | August 25, 2006

Ned Lamont's primary victory against Joe Lieberman in Connecticut supposedly represented the triumph of the antiwar, anti-Bush "net roots" within the Democratic Party.

David Limbaugh | August 25, 2006

Liberals claim to hold Sen. John McCain in high regard because he is supposedly a straight talker. He tells it like it is.

Mona Charen | August 25, 2006

Every election year we are treated to some grandiose theory that will predict the outcome.

Oliver North | August 25, 2006

While changing planes here in this ancient capital, I arranged to meet with an old friend who has long experience in the Middle East.

Pat Buchanan | August 25, 2006

As recent headlines tell us of 5 million more immigrants having arrived in America in the last five years, we see now, no longer as through a glass darkly, how America ends.

Ben Shapiro | August 25, 2006

Jason Antebi can be offensive. There's no way around it. When Antebi attended Occidental College, from 2000 to 2004, he ticked off many of his fellow students.

Debra J. Saunders | August 25, 2006

Be a Border Patrol agent, do your job, go to prison. That's how the job must look to agents Ignacio Ramos and Jose Alonso Compean.

Paul Greenberg | August 25, 2006

The implications of the drearily familiar question are clear enough: We bring these things on ourselves by not understanding what drives these angry young men.

Charles Krauthammer | August 25, 2006

The cowboy has been retired. Multilateralism is back. Diplomacy is king.

Kathleen Parker | August 25, 2006

The age of YouTube, iPod, blogs, Technorati and Digg -- combined with 24/7 insta-everything -- has created both a wondrous and horrifying world.

Lorie Byrd | August 25, 2006

As it now appears a 2008 Rudy run is a sure thing, I thought it was about time to update that column to take a look at how Rudy is looking right about now, almost a full year later.

Mike Gallagher | August 25, 2006

I wish we would stop trying to put a band-aid on the problem by thinking that forcing a sex offender to live at least 1001 feet from a school is going to solve anything.

Thu, Aug 24, 2006

Mike Adams | August 24, 2006

Ever since I announced by bid for the United States Presidency, I’ve been questioned about some of my more radical political opinions.

Cliff May | August 24, 2006

Being a superpower is more like being the heavyweight champion. You keep the designation so long as you're willing to fight for it - and so long as you best every opponent who takes you on.

Roger Schlesinger | August 24, 2006

Holiday season isn't inexpensive. In fact, it can be down right costly. We will discuss this further after the Labor Day break, but now I have bigger fish to fry. Weekends!

Hugh Hewitt | August 24, 2006

When did you last see or hear Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace, or Commander of Central Command, General John Abizaid, appear on one of the big three networks in prime time for a conversation on the war?

Thomas Sowell | August 24, 2006

Do higher rates of imprisonment reduce crime? Is crime a result of poverty, unemployment, and the like? Are alternatives to incarceration more effective in preventing criminals from repeating their crimes?

Brent Bozell | August 24, 2006

Hillary Rodham Clinton is featured in a flattering black-and-white photo on the cover of Time magazine this week -- the 10th cover story for Hillary Clinton since she appeared on the national scene hitched to Bill Clinton's wagon in 1992. That's got to be a record of sorts.

Larry Elder | August 24, 2006

Given the unpopularity of the war, Democrats expect to capture one, if not both, chambers of Congress this fall. Assuming this happens -- and I still don't believe so -- will Americans be better off?

Cal Thomas | August 24, 2006

Sorting through the verbal clutter that often characterizes a George W. Bush news conference, one can find small nuggets of valuable truth.

Suzanne Fields | August 24, 2006

Whether you sink or swim in Virginia Beach has sometimes been a matter of life or death. You could commune with the late Grace Sherwood to find out why even Gov. Tim Kaine thought it prudent to make it a matter of state.

Matt Towery | August 24, 2006

Every year when my kids return to private school -- the same one dad attended, along with other dinosaurs -- some new horror story surfaces about the school's wacky liberal slant.

Donald Lambro | August 24, 2006

Most election forecasters, based on the generic polls, are predicting an anti-Republican wave in November that will produce big Democratic gains in the House and Senate.

Marvin Olasky | August 24, 2006

"Snakes on a Plane" was the film box-office leader last weekend, much to the chagrin of herpetologists such as London Zoo curator Richard Gibson.

William Rusher | August 24, 2006

In the last couple of decades, the conservative movement has grown so large, and subdivided into so many factions, that even discriminating observers can be forgiven for confusing one with another.

George Will | August 24, 2006

Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's tenure, which ends next month, has been more remarkable than perhaps most Japanese comprehend.

Robert Novak | August 24, 2006

Market approval of Bernanke's performance constitutes early success in achieving a most daunting task for any central banker:

Paul Weyrich | August 24, 2006

If the church is so concerned about Ms. Arellano it should set her and her son up in Mexico with a monthly allowance so that she would not need to work. She could be a stay-at-home mom.

Alan Reynolds | August 24, 2006

When President Bush recently used the phrase "Islamic fascists," there was much more critical attention paid to the first word than to the second. Yet the reference to fascism was more significant in many respects and arguably more appropriate.

James J. Kilpatrick | August 24, 2006

The city of New York wants to protect its vagrant citizens in its way -- preferably far away.

Rebecca Hagelin | August 24, 2006

Last weekend my husband, son and I entered a new era in our lives -- an era that we, like so many other parents before us, knew would come far too soon: We dropped off our first born at college.

Tim Chapman | August 24, 2006

President Bush and his GOP brethren in Congress have reason to celebrate this week. For the first time in what seems like a political eternity, their polling numbers are heading north.

Wed, Aug 23, 2006

Ann Coulter | August 23, 2006

This year's Democratic plan for the future is another inane sound bite designed to trick American voters into trusting them with national security.

Jonah Goldberg | August 23, 2006

A year ago, Slate magazine’s legal correspondent, Dahlia Lithwick, recounted this observation — from one of her bounteously sophisticated liberal readers — as a neat summary of the “doctrine” of a “living Constitution.”

Michael Medved | August 23, 2006

The disease of America Hatred now has reached pandemic proportions in many corners of the globe.

Thomas Sowell | August 23, 2006

The general mindset of the political left is similar from country to country and even from century to century.

Michelle Malkin | August 23, 2006

I want you to know that I am a conservative woman who shares something in common with your millions of treasured liberal female consumers: the need for a quality skin-care regimen.

John Stossel | August 23, 2006

Dov Charney is a fast-talking 36-year-old entrepreneur whose company has a loose, sexy atmosphere. As you might guess, some former workers have sued him for sexual harassment.

Walter E. Williams | August 23, 2006

Does the United States have the power to eliminate terrorists and the states that support them? In terms of capacity, as opposed to will, the answer is a clear yes.

Tony Blankley | August 23, 2006

Let's consider what the world might well look like if, in his remaining two and a half years, he were to follow the recommendations of his critics.

Terry Jeffrey | August 23, 2006

Just two years ago, almost 62 percent of Ohio voters approved a state amendment prohibiting legal recognition of same-sex marriages and civil unions.

Ben Shapiro | August 23, 2006

Turning 60 is certainly a bummer for a man as reliant on his prostate as Clinton is. Nonetheless, Clinton's speech was a stunning testament to his egocentricity.

Linda Chavez | August 23, 2006

Facts are stubborn things, unfortunately not nearly as stubborn as factoids. And nowhere do factoids trump facts more frequently than in the immigration debate.

Paul Greenberg | August 23, 2006

Who is Anna Diggs Taylor and what does she have against national security?

Kathleen Parker | August 23, 2006

Bush-bashing for sport has never lacked fans in the blogosphere, but questioning the president's intelligence lately has gone mainstream.

Austin Bay | August 23, 2006

The next step, for both North Korea and Hezbollah, is adding a weapon of mass destruction (WMD) -- most likely a warhead carrying either nukes or nerve gas.

Jacob Sullum | August 23, 2006

You have to admire the self-supporting logic of the Bush administration's position: The surveillance is legal if it's necessary to protect national security, and the fact that we're not willing to discuss it shows it's necessary to protect national security.

Michael Fumento | August 23, 2006

Calls for prevention highlighted the opening day of the 16th International AIDS Conference in Toronto. Alas, it’s too late.

Tue, Aug 22, 2006

John McCaslin | August 22, 2006

Hanging chads. Dimpled chads. Pregnant chads. Nobody who counts election-year ballots — peering through a magnifying glass, or otherwise — ever wants to cross them again.

Herman Cain | August 22, 2006

The Hezbocrats, a roaming band of militant guerrillas seeking their party’s 2008 nomination for president, have most recently lobbed their rhetorical bombs at Wal-Mart, that cruel capitalist occupying corporation.

Maggie Gallagher | August 22, 2006

I do know that when it comes to pursuing his grotesque fantasies, Karr is typical -- that is, for a pedophile.

Roger Schlesinger | August 22, 2006

Now for the reality: Credit card companies are raping Americans.

Thomas Sowell | August 22, 2006

It is hard to think of a time when a nation -- and a whole civilization -- has drifted more futilely toward a bigger catastrophe than that looming over the United States and western civilization today.

David Limbaugh | August 22, 2006

Since the 2006 elections are fast approaching and the war is the most important national issue, wouldn't it be helpful to prepare a simple flow chart to compare the Bush administration's policy on the war with that of his Democratic critics?

Lynn O'Shaughnessy | August 22, 2006

Just about every news cycle seems to bring the release of yet another study that clearly illustrates how investors are in denial about retirement.

Larry Kudlow | August 22, 2006

Some conservatives are alleging that the president suffers from an inability to communicate with the American people, and there may be some overrated truth to this.

Bruce Bartlett | August 22, 2006

Regular readers of this column know that earlier this year, I published a book highly critical of George W. Bush for his deviations from conservative principles, which got me fired from an intellectually bankrupt think tank.

Bill Murchison | August 22, 2006

Psst. A friendly suggestion for Americans yearning to end the Republican grip on political power: Vote Republican this fall.

Pat Buchanan | August 22, 2006

Powell and Raspail were ostracized for what they said and wrote. Were these men false prophets rightly reviled, or prophets without honor in their own countries?

Paul Weyrich | August 22, 2006

Beginning Wednesday, the media has been agog over the supposed killer of JonBenet Ramsey, the six-year old who was murdered on the day after Christmas almost ten years ago.

Mon, Aug 21, 2006

Jerry Bowyer | August 21, 2006

BuzzCharts looked at an index of 50 large publicly traded companies which do business in the Arab world, mostly banks and utilities. We then synced it with the timeline of the conflict.

Burt Prelutsky | August 21, 2006

I have lived in Los Angeles most of my life, and for a good part of it have worked in Hollywood, writing for TV. What’s more, for many of those years, I was a registered Democrat. I even voted for Jimmy Carter.

Gary Aldrich | August 21, 2006

I have a tough time feeling any passion for the current administration or the political party that supports it. I call it "that passion thing."

Matt Kibbe | August 21, 2006

As Election Day approaches, more Americans are paying attention to the developing Democrat agenda, in hopes that there is a better alternative to Tom DeLay, Jack Abramoff, Duke Cunningham and the seemingly unrestrained growth of government witnessed under recent Republican rule.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 21, 2006

It's not just U.S. ports that are fast slipping into foreign ownership; it's highways, too.

Phyllis Schlafly | August 21, 2006

The liberal press is reporting that the seesaw battle for control of the Kansas Board of Education just teetered back to pro-evolutionists for the second time in five years.

Chuck Colson | August 21, 2006

In the wake of the foiled plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners, President Bush used a phrase that has sparked controversy. Just what is an Islamic fascist?

Mary Katharine Ham | August 21, 2006

Guess what I found out this week? Social conservatives can dance.

Michael Barone | August 21, 2006

In our war against Islamo-fascist terrorism, we face enemies both overt and covert.

Suzanne Fields | August 21, 2006

The hypocrite always wears a halo. He walks in the light of his own goodness, encircled by the clarity of illuminated virtue.

Robert Novak | August 21, 2006

Amid Tehran's noisy celebration over the outcome of hostilities in Lebanon, Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki was overlooked last Wednesday when he announced that Iran is ready for negotiations about suspending uranium enrichment.

Mike Adams | August 21, 2006

The Interstate Bakeries Company will soon come out with a new snack cake called the Hostess Thinkie.

Star Parker | August 21, 2006

A report issued recently by the Capital Research Center in Washington punctures illusions that tend to associate big corporations with right-wing or conservative causes.

Roger Schlesinger | August 21, 2006

Youth is fleeting to some and never ending to others.

Joel Mowbray | August 21, 2006

In short, almost nothing that is purported to happen in the Arab world can automatically be taken at face value. Not even if it’s captured in a photo.

Sun, Aug 20, 2006

Rich Lowry | August 20, 2006

This month marks the 10th anniversary of the most extraordinary cultural and policy shift in recent American life.

Debra J. Saunders | August 20, 2006

San Francisco Chronicle reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams should not go to jail if they do not reveal their source for stories on a grand jury investigation into steroids in sports. For one thing, they haven't broken any laws.

Kathryn Lopez | August 20, 2006

Truth is, there's nothing mysterious about AIDS prevention.

George Will | August 20, 2006

The past is present everywhere, but Japan is an unusually history-haunted nation.

Robert Novak | August 20, 2006

Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut has moved from talking about a 2008 bid for the Democratic presidential nomination to actually planning his campaign.

Paul Jacob | August 20, 2006

Federal workers make twice as much as America's private sector workers. Par for the federal course.

Kevin McCullough | August 20, 2006

Commonsense thinking, or its lack thereof, will be the determining factor as to whether or not American society survives.

Doug Wilson | August 20, 2006

The deep polarization that plagues American politics has also infected our thinking on globalization. If China continues its rapid economic ascent, the conventional thinking is that this is bad for America.