Sat, Sep 09, 2006

Rich Tucker | September 09, 2006

No matter what the problem, lawmakers in Washington think they’ve got the solution: Spend money on it.

Roger Schlesinger | September 09, 2006

Unless you are involved in Chemistry in some way or another the term half life probably isn't in your vocabulary.

Nick Nichols | September 09, 2006

Why did 34 blue-chip companies issue Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports?

Robert Novak | September 09, 2006

The unusual Democratic outrage over ABC-TV's "The Path to 9/11" film to be shown Sunday and Monday reflects private concern in the party that the fifth anniversary of the terrorist attack can reverse the political tide running against Republicans.

Fri, Sep 08, 2006

Rich Galen | September 08, 2006

Around the United States, there are hundreds of thousands of families whose children, are guarding our freedoms in far away places. Yesterday they, too, had left for kindergarten not even knowing the existence of the places in which they awoke this morning.

Jonah Goldberg | September 08, 2006

This argument about whether history has anything to teach us has been the essence of the left-right debate for most of the last two centuries.

Lorie Byrd | September 08, 2006

Many congressional Democrats, and other leaders in the Democratic party, have not only abandoned that commitment to unity, but have chosen to put short term political gain ahead of the long term goal of national security. Americans should be outraged by this.

Jonathan Garthwaite | September 08, 2006

In November, the citizens of Missouri will be asked if their state constitution "[should] be amended to allow and set limitations on stem cell research, therapies, and cures…."

Burt Prelutsky | September 08, 2006

Sometimes I think I spend more time trying to figure out what makes liberals tick than Einstein spent coming up with his Theory of Relativity, but, then, he was merely dealing with time and space.

Brent Bozell | September 08, 2006

Just what is this entertainment media obsession with Tom Cruise's baby pictures? Is there nothing else of interest out there in Hollywood?

David Limbaugh | September 08, 2006

I wonder if Democrats are getting the slightest bit nervous about the news -- hot off the presses -- that Iraqi security forces are actually taking over primary control of defense operations in Iraq.

Mona Charen | September 08, 2006

President Bush's fusillade of speeches over the past number of days have reminded us of the man we saw in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.

Oliver North | September 08, 2006

"We'll never be safe again, will we?" the young woman asked -- posing a question on the minds of many Americans as we mark the fifth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. She was seated across the aisle on a flight to Washington.

Diana West | September 08, 2006

When President Bush offered his detailed account of successes in extracting information from captured Al Qaeda terrorists -- information that thwarted numerous attacks at home and abroad -- he was compelling in his defense of the CIA's role in this crucial aspect of the war.

Kathleen Parker | September 08, 2006

The controversy over ABC Entertainment's 9/11 docudrama underscores the power of information and the lethality of politics.

Charles Krauthammer | September 08, 2006

As the Democrats turn themselves into the anti-war party, as popular support for the war continues to sink, as some who initially signed on to the war now heap scorn on the entire Iraqi project, the question of immediate withdrawal must be confronted.

James J. Kilpatrick | September 08, 2006

On the Fourth of July in 2002, John Gilmore set out to fly from the West Coast to Washington, D.C. As things turned out, he never made the trip, mainly because the airline security folks wouldn't let him board a plane. He hasn't flown commercially from that day to this.

Paul Greenberg | September 08, 2006

There are times and places in life that seem cut off from the rest, and those may be the ones you remember when all the rest is forgotten.

Thu, Sep 07, 2006

Ross Mackenzie | September 07, 2006

Comments direct or implied on items in the news big and small. . .

Tim Chapman | September 07, 2006

As they did five years ago, lawmakers will temporarily set aside partisanship to collectively acknowledge the gravity of the day.

Mike Gallagher | September 07, 2006

Liberals like to pretend that there isn’t a media bias when it comes to the coverage of the Bush Administration or the war.

Armstrong Williams | September 07, 2006

Will we ever reach the Apex in this country where we are no longer hyphenated or balkanized Americans?

William F. Buckley | September 07, 2006

The keenest immediate question, in our war in Afghanistan, is: What to do about the poppy trade? It is up about 50 percent, on a recent reckoning. And this makes Afghanistan the producer of 92 percent of the world's opium poppies.

Cliff May | September 07, 2006

Five years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have not been slaughtered a second time on U.S. soil. That is no small achievement.

Roger Schlesinger | September 07, 2006

Strange titles usually lead to even stranger stories, but hopefully not this time. Bad credit and home ownership are an oxymoron.

Hugh Hewitt | September 07, 2006

On Sunday and Monday nights at 8 PM, ABC will air a five hour mini-series, "The Path to 9/11."

Brent Bozell | September 07, 2006

To mark the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack on America, ABC Entertainment is presenting a six-hour miniseries titled "The Path to 9/11," a forceful, compelling docudrama chronicling the struggles faced by America's counter-terrorist experts between the first attack on the World Trade Center in 1993 and the fatal one in 2001.

Larry Elder | September 07, 2006

Chicken hawks: "cowards" who support the Iraq war, but never served in the military.

Cal Thomas | September 07, 2006

How does one measure "progress" in a type of war we have never fought before, a war with no rules or boundaries, a war driven exclusively by religious zealotry and twisted doctrine?

Suzanne Fields | September 07, 2006

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, who likes historical analogies, compares the appeasers of Germany in the run-up to World War II to his critics who stubbornly refuse to see in full the terrorists who want to destroy the civilized way of life, and us along with it.

Matt Towery | September 07, 2006

Following the election blowout of Judge Roy "Ten Commandments" Moore in Alabama and the defeat of former Christian Coalition director Ralph Reed in Georgia comes Tuesday's overwhelming victory by Florida's moderate Republican Attorney General Charlie Crist.

Marvin Olasky | September 07, 2006

Not everyone who owns oceanfront property is wealthy, but many are -- and for them, federal flood insurance is welfare for the rich.

Alan Reynolds | September 07, 2006

Recent news provided yet another addition to Reynolds' Laws: "If the headline of any major newspaper or magazine article refers to 'inequality' or 'income gap,' you can safely assume the statistics in that story will be at least 65 percent untrue."

George Will | September 07, 2006

Longevity is a blessing, but the Japanese live inconveniently long lives. Inconvenient, that is, for those who administer Japan's welfare state.

William Rusher | September 07, 2006

Billionaire George Soros, a naturalized American citizen born in Hungary, takes a lively interest in the politics of his adopted country.

Paul Weyrich | September 07, 2006

There was considerable reaction to my commentary as to why Hollywood is not producing movies on the 100 million people killed by Communism.

Robert Novak | September 07, 2006

The problem facing Democrats is the dilemma if they gain control of the government in the 2006 and 2008 elections. Casey, a moderate liberal, is typical of Democrats unwilling to downsize social welfare programs.

Michael Fumento | September 07, 2006

The fierce public debate over killing human embryos to create lines of embryonic stem cells is over; tout fini; THE END.

Emmett Tyrrell | September 07, 2006

A year after Hurricane Katrina ran its ruinous course over New Orleans, all America is aware of the botch that state, local and federal government made of rescue and rehabilitation efforts.

Wed, Sep 06, 2006

David Yerushalmi | September 06, 2006

Mary Habeck, an associate professor at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University has published a book that has been billed as an authoritative study of jihadist ideology.

Ann Coulter | September 06, 2006

The rest of the world found out Armitage was Novak's source last week, something Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald knew from the first week of his investigation. So what was Fitzgerald investigating?

Rich Galen | September 06, 2006

This being the official opening of the fall campaign, the Washington Post came out of the box with an above-the-fold front pager about how "mortgage moms" and their uncertainty about the economy are going to harm Republicans on November 7th

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | September 06, 2006

Last February I had the chance of a life time to discuss Black America’s biggest problems with ten noted civil rights leaders --- Al Sharpton, Cornell West, Harry Belafonte, Louis Farrakhan, myself, and five others.

Paul Driessen | September 06, 2006

Radical groups - and those who support them - are entitled to promote their ideological agendas. They're not entitled to invent "facts" or pursue their selfish interests at the expense of the poor and powerless.

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | September 06, 2006

At the start of Congress, right after Bush’s reelection, two topics dominated your agenda: Social Security and Immigration Reform. Neither passed.

Jonah Goldberg | September 06, 2006

Now is the time to ask: What do John Mark Karr and Joseph Wilson have in common?

Chuck Colson | September 06, 2006

Put together a gym and a swimming pool, and you've got a YMCA, right? Well, if you throw in Christian discipleship programs, you get a YMCA that's true to its name.

Roger Schlesinger | September 06, 2006

Now that Labor Day is over, the holiday season is going into full swing. How do I know?

Michael Medved | September 06, 2006

The way to judge the morality of a military effort isn’t to consider the level of enemy death and suffering but to examine the purpose for which that destruction has been inflicted.

Thomas Sowell | September 06, 2006

One of the bitter ironies of the 20th century was that communism, which began as an egalitarian doctrine accusing capitalism of selfishness and calloused sacrifices of others, became in power a system whose selfishness and callousness toward others made the sins of capitalism pale.

Michelle Malkin | September 06, 2006

The mass murder of 2,996 innocent people on American soil forced open my eyes to the Islamic holy war against the West, freedom and modernity.

John Stossel | September 06, 2006

If you want to buy or sell foie gras in a Chicago restaurant, you'll have to break the law.

Walter E. Williams | September 06, 2006

There's so much confusion and emotionalism about discrimination that I thought I'd take a stab at a dispassionate analysis.

Jonah Goldberg | September 06, 2006

Now is the time to ask: What do John Mark Karr and Joseph Wilson have in common? Wilson is no more a would-be pedophile than Karr is a former diplomat.

Tony Blankley | September 06, 2006

Last week, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said that those who don't take the radical Islamist terrorist threat as seriously as the Bush administration does suffer from a "moral and intellectual confusion."

Cal Thomas | September 06, 2006

Congress returned to town this week for an abbreviated session. One doesn't need to be psychic to predict little will be accomplished in the run-up to the November election.

Ben Shapiro | September 06, 2006

According to ABC News, 2008 presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) may have recently called his moderate-right credentials into question.

Terry Jeffrey | September 06, 2006

No matter what else people may do for a living in loudoun -- a suburb of Washington, D.C. -- it is unmistakably one of those places where federal employees and federal contractors (and people who lobby federal employees for federal contractors) go to sleep for the night.

Linda Chavez | September 06, 2006

Immigration reform appears dead for 2006. Leaders in both the House and Senate confirm they've been unable to reach a compromise between the respective versions of immigration legislation passed by the two bodies.

Donald Lambro | September 06, 2006

There's a pivotal question pundits were not asking this week as the midterm elections officially got under way: What if the political climate dramatically changes in the GOP's favor?

Jacob Sullum | September 06, 2006

As of Friday, when the 60-day blackout period for "electioneering communications" by nonprofit interest groups begins, political speech will enjoy less protection than dirty movies.

Maggie Gallagher | September 06, 2006

Forget the first of January. Every year, as the day after Labor Day approaches, it feels like a brisk new wind blowing through the soul: a new school year. A blank canvas, a virgin blackboard, resolutions unruined, a fresh start.

Bruce Bartlett | September 06, 2006

The gist of a new book is that the coalition of religious conservatives and libertarian free-marketeers is breaking apart.

Paul Weyrich | September 06, 2006

Perhaps I should begin an "outrage of the week" series, because I don't mind telling you, what the British are doing on Channel 4 Television is a docudrama on what? The assassination of an American President. And who is that President? None other than George W. Bush.

Kathleen Parker | September 06, 2006

The five-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks has produced a peculiar concern -- whether rescuers used proper language in the midst of mind-numbing horror and chaos.

William F. Buckley | September 06, 2006

The temptation to lean on government is persistent, and almost every year, the private sector yields a little bit.

Austin Bay | September 06, 2006

Branch Rickey, the great baseball general manager, once mused, "Luck is the residue of design." Baseball isn't warfare, but Rickey's aphorism speaks to the issue of planning and organizing to achieve a goal.

Mike Adams | September 06, 2006

Some people believe in a world generated by chance, governed by natural causes, and devoid of miracles. I don’t have that much faith anymore. And none of us has that much time.

Tue, Sep 05, 2006

Frank Gaffney | September 05, 2006

There was only one thing truly astonishing about the revelation last week that Richard Armitage, Colin Powell’s deputy at the State Department during George W. Bush’s first term, was the source of Bob Novak’s first column about Iraq war critic Amb. Joe Wilson and his CIA agent wife, Valery Plame.

Bill Murchison | September 05, 2006

You kind of like to imagine the United States, in its third century, as a calm, sophisticated place, notwithstanding the rough-and-tumble populism we so much enjoy.

Roger Schlesinger | September 05, 2006

Let us begin at the beginning, we are talking about mortgage rates in these United States. And no the Federal Reserve doesn't set them either.

Pat Buchanan | September 05, 2006

Like the famous racehorse Silky Sullivan, Sen. Rick Santorum is known as a great closer. Yet, months ago, he had been virtually given up for dead by pundits in his race against Bob Casey, Jr., son of the popular, pro-life, former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania.

Paul Greenberg | September 05, 2006

You may not think of Delaware as a Southern state but Joe Biden, its senior senator, has just redrawn the Mason-Dixon line.

Mary Katharine Ham | September 05, 2006

It’s football season, and football season requires a column on the simple greatness of football. So, without further dallying, my top football memories.

David Limbaugh | September 05, 2006

The sad fact is: The oldest continuous political party in the world is bankrupt.

Dennis Prager | September 05, 2006

I have devoted much of my life to arguing that religion is the finest vehicle for individuals and societies to become decent, good, moral (you choose the term you prefer).

Mon, Sep 04, 2006

Carol Platt Liebau | September 04, 2006

In recent years, many on the left have taken mounting umbrage at any sign of religious faith in the public square, denouncing conservative believers.

Nathan Tabor | September 04, 2006

As anyone who lives in the ‘burbs knows, the all-American pastime on Saturdays isn’t necessarily a trip to the baseball diamond.

Ed Feulner | September 04, 2006

Perhaps Thomas Wolfe was correct -- you can't go home again. Certainly that's what many former Louisiana residents are saying one year after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and nearby communities.

Caroline Glick | September 04, 2006

Sunday Supreme Court Justice Edmond Levy presided over a hearing on a petition submitted by one Shimshon Cytryn requesting to be released from Dekel prison and placed under house arrest. Justice Levy deferred his ruling to a later date.

Jennifer Roback Morse | September 04, 2006

Many people of libertarian inclinations, of whom I am one, have sympathy for a particular style of gay rights movement. Let and let live, we always say. Those days are over.

Mike Adams | September 04, 2006

Although I’ve been writing about free speech issues for years, I’ve never actually called for the immediate firing of a university president. That is, until today.

Mark Mix | September 04, 2006

As millions of Americans take a well-earned break over the long Labor Day weekend, organized labor will be working overtime to influence this November’s pivotal mid-term elections.

Michael Barone | September 04, 2006

The 2008 presidential race looks to be quite different from all recent contests.

Suzanne Fields | September 04, 2006

Detroit will try anything, even melancholia, to sell cars, even to women.

Paul Greenberg | September 04, 2006

The old man had long ago given up fixing shoes and gone into another line of work, buying and selling and making a nice living. But he never found any other work that gave him as much satisfaction as putting new leather soles on a pair of uppers.

Phyllis Schlafly | September 04, 2006

Conservatives believe that private industry does a better job than government - right?

Donald Lambro | September 04, 2006

If you believe the usual klatch of armchair pessimists, the U.S. economy's in a tailspin. If so, then why do the numbers say otherwise?

Robert Novak | September 04, 2006

Both the Senate Republican leadership's unofficial agenda for the last pre-election session of the 109th Congress beginning this week and a privately circulated White House wish list are extraordinarily heavy.

Armstrong Williams | September 04, 2006

My staff and I were recently in New Orleans for the commemoration of Hurricane Katrina. We visited the lower ninth ward and other areas as my mind reflected on the darken sadness of it all.

Star Parker | September 04, 2006

Los Angeles Mayor Antonia Villaraigosa soon will exercise more control over Los Angeles' deeply troubled school system as result of legislation that California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is expected to sign.

Diana West | September 04, 2006

It's not easy to be shocked by jihad these days, five years and numberless atrocities after the Twin Towers imploded on almost 3,000 fellow citizens.

Burt Prelutsky | September 04, 2006

I hate bullies. Always have, always will. Because I was younger and smaller

Sun, Sep 03, 2006

Debra J. Saunders | September 03, 2006

If Schwarzenegger is the free-lunch governor -- he won't raise taxes and has failed to slice spending to eliminate the state's $4 billion to $5 billion structural budget shortfall -- Angelides offers free lunch followed by free desert.

George Will | September 03, 2006

For three reasons, Eisenhower's challenge in ending the Korean War was simpler than Bush's problem would be in extracting U.S. forces from Iraq:

Paul Jacob | September 03, 2006

The curse of incumbency: it can be measured in dollars . . . and in citizen support for the one way to make it go away.

Kevin McCullough | September 03, 2006

Wal-Mart never excluded anyone from being employed there based on their sexual preference. To them, and more importantly to the consumer - it didn't matter.