Sat, Oct 20, 2007

Doug Giles | October 20, 2007

The atheist’s days of running circles around the Christian with their darling questions are drawing to a close.

Patrick Ruffini | October 20, 2007

If you haven't heard of Bobby Jindal, almost certain to be the next Governor of Louisiana, it's partly because his sense of action and purpose about Louisiana post-Katrina is so strong that it's scared off any credible challengers, making this a boring race.

Kathryn Lopez | October 20, 2007

Rudy? Fred? Mitt? McCain? How about Cheney? Lynne Cheney, that is.

Rich Tucker | October 20, 2007

Bad news, folks. We’re winning in Iraq.

Tom Borelli | October 20, 2007

PepsiCo's global warming strategy is backfiring on its business.

Robert Novak | October 20, 2007

A surprisingly poor showing by the victorious Democratic candidate in Tuesday's special congressional election for Massachusetts's 5th District left House members of both parties wondering whether the public is less antagonistic to Republicans than to whoever is in power regardless of party.

Al Cardenas | October 20, 2007

Today, as Republicans are once again seeking a candidate who can win in the red states, the blue states and more importantly, the purple states, some Republicans are considering junking the Reagan model and experimenting with a different approach.

Fri, Oct 19, 2007

Larry Kudlow | October 19, 2007

Sometime in the latter half of the 1990s I coined the phrase "King Dollar." This was back in the post-Soviet collapse period, when the U.S. greenback ruled the world currency roost.

Amanda Carpenter | October 19, 2007

Senator Hillary Clinton was successful in securing $350,000 tax dollars to fund the Gay Men’s Health Crisis, Inc.

Burt Prelutsky | October 19, 2007

Until I read her obituary in this morning’s paper, I had never even heard of Eva Crane, who died the other day at 95. She was, it seems, a most admirable English woman.

Matt Mayer | October 19, 2007

In an opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times on October 10, 2007, University of Virginia Professor Larry Sabato argues for scrapping our Constitution and replacing it with a new one. He couldn’t be more wrong.

John McCaslin | October 19, 2007

Actor Sean Penn, appropriately enough, will be in Washington's Penn Quarter tomorrow evening to host an "intimate dinner" following a private screening of "Into the Wild," the highly acclaimed new film he wrote and directed.

John Hawkins | October 19, 2007

The conservative movement and the vehicle that we use to implement our ideas, the Republican Party, have a number of problems right now that need to be addressed.

Brent Bozell | October 19, 2007

The lesson from the anything-goes crowd is so illogical it borders on the obscene.

Jonah Goldberg | October 19, 2007

It seems like the entire culture has adopted the "turn-ons" and "turn-offs" from one of Pamela Anderson's centerfold bios.

David Limbaugh | October 19, 2007

Two recent news items remind us of the disconnect between the Democrats' claimed monopoly on compassion and the effects of their policies.

Mona Charen | October 19, 2007

With a good deal of fanfare, a group of 138 Muslim clerics from around the globe released a statement to Christian leaders earlier this month calling for peace and understanding between the two religions. American and other Western newspapers and media lapped it up.

Michael Reagan | October 19, 2007

In 2006 Nancy Pelosi promised the American people that if they would vote to give Democrats control of Congress, making her Speaker of the House, they would come to Washington and “drain the swamp.”

Oliver North | October 19, 2007

Vladimir Putin is on a roll. Last month, he made it clear that he intends to become prime minister -- and keep the reigns of power in the Kremlin -- when his second presidential term ends in March 2008.

Pat Buchanan | October 19, 2007

Why has Putin's Russia turned hostile? Why is Putin mending fences with China, Iran and Syria? Why is Putin sending Bear bombers to the edge of American airspace? Why has Russia turned against America? For Putin's approval rating is three times that of George Bush. Who restarted the Cold War?

Matt Towery | October 19, 2007

From my own and others' experience, I've come to believe that a presidential candidate's religion is usually thought to be a bigger deal with voters than it really is.

Diana West | October 19, 2007

Our society has a refusal to analyze and judge the anti-Western teachings of mainstream Islam for fear of giving offense to the grandees of PC, or to Muslims, or both. This refusal is a brewing civilizational crisis.

Linda Chavez | October 19, 2007

Teachers unions have been the main obstacle to paying teachers based on their performance, but change may be on the horizon. It's been a long time coming.

Paul Greenberg | October 19, 2007

The old boy walked his bike out the front door in the morning light and realized: The weather’s turned cool. He felt it, but he couldn’t believe it, not at first.

Kathleen Parker | October 19, 2007

Children in the foster care system face enough challenges without adding politics and ideology to the mix, never mind the C-word: Cuba.

Charles Krauthammer | October 19, 2007

There are three relevant questions concerning the Armenian genocide.

Mike Gallagher | October 19, 2007

One of the biggest injustices ever done to the Bush Administration was the claim that the federal government abandoned the people of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Jack Kemp | October 19, 2007

Where capital investment and trade are crossing borders, armies don't.

Thu, Oct 18, 2007

Rich Lowry | October 18, 2007

They talk only about what it does to cover needy families with uninsured kids, but never about all the wondrous things it can do for middle-class families with their own private insurance.

Richard H. Collins | October 18, 2007

What is more surprising, the brazen hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton or the fact that she continues to get away with it? This week brought yet another shining example: the issue of government surveillance.

Karin Agness | October 18, 2007

>While the effort to adopt a mandatory diversity course has been successfully defeated on many college campuses, this threat to academic integrity is reappearing in the form of a “Community Engagement” program on campuses.

Amanda Carpenter | October 18, 2007

Fiscal conservatives won one battle but lost another over wasteful spending on the Senate floor Thursday.

Wayne Grudem | October 18, 2007

As an evangelical professor of Bible and theology, I have decided to support Mitt Romney for President for two old-fashioned reasons.

Amanda Carpenter | October 18, 2007

An effort to dramatically expand federal funding for children’s healthcare failed to get the votes needed to go forward Thursday, flaring the temper of one Democratic congressman.

Ross Mackenzie | October 18, 2007

A rundown of issues large and small currently in the news . . .

Cliff May | October 18, 2007

Al-Qaeda is on the horns of a dilemma. Last month, some 30 of its senior leaders in Iraq were killed or captured.

Hugh Hewitt | October 18, 2007

A new book is out with a detailed and often riveting account of the unexpectedly rapid and often dramatic transition from the network anchor era of Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings and Dan Rather to the new "big three" of Charlie Gibson, Brian Williams and Katie Couric.

Mario Diaz | October 18, 2007

Everyone, pro-life or not, should be outraged over the criminal allegations Planned Parenthood faces in Overland Park, Kansas.

Marion Edwyn Harrison | October 18, 2007

Writing as an empirical observer over a number of years and disclaiming expertise, this commentator continues to manifest concern as to the rather patently obvious Congressional, and occasionally Administration, limited interest in missile defense generally, offshore missile defense more particularly.

John McCaslin | October 18, 2007

Washington insiders can look forward to a new book due early next year by Robert S. Bennett, President Clinton's personal attorney in the Paula Jones case.

Emmett Tyrrell | October 18, 2007

A recent report moves me to list seven issues every American should know about the Clintons before 2008. Journalists should be particularly interested, as well as Democrats intent on avoiding a repeat of the Clinton 1990s.

Victor Davis Hanson | October 18, 2007

Recently, hundreds in Congress have decided that they’re better suited to handle international affairs than the State Department.

Larry Elder | October 18, 2007

Do shooters consider schools "gun-free zones"? Do they consider it unlikely that any authority figure -- whether teachers or, in some cases, security guards -- poses an armed threat? But in some school shooting cases, guns helped to end shooting sprees and minimize loss of life and injury.

Ken Blackwell | October 18, 2007

The fact that conservatives are going in different directions right now gives rise to three questions they need to ask themselves. This week’s Family Research Council Values Voter Summit in Washington D.C. – where all the major GOP candidates will speak - presents the perfect forum.

Cal Thomas | October 18, 2007

Just as it appears the United States may have turned an important corner in Iraq with the reported disabling of al-Qaida, Turkey is threatening to invade northern Iraq in an attempt to stop attacks by Kurdish rebels on Turkish territory.

Suzanne Fields | October 18, 2007

Somewhere in the last half of the 20th century, a permissive culture put the children in charge. The wisenheimers who four decades ago vowed never to trust anyone over 30 are themselves over 60 now, but the residue of that permissiveness lingers still. It hurts the underclass most of all.

Donald Lambro | October 18, 2007

Perhaps the most far-reaching political question in the 2008 Republican presidential race is whether the conservative movement still exists.

Rebecca Hagelin | October 18, 2007

The Heritage Foundation succeeds because its leaders follow certain “high-impact” practices that have elevated the 34-year-old institution to the forefront of the nonprofit world.

Steve Chapman | October 18, 2007

Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani have many differences and something in common: Each governed a liberal place, and each, while in office, often sided with liberals on particular issues. They are both making the presidential campaign more entertaining through strenuous but unconvincing attempts to live down those youthful indiscretions.

Maggie Gallagher | October 18, 2007

New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer is the Democrats' Rudy Giuliani.

Robert Novak | October 18, 2007

Would the Democratic-controlled Senate approve a $1 million earmark to celebrate Woodstock-era baby boomers, carved out of a bill funding health care and education? It would because it is sponsored by New York's influential senators, Hillary Clinton and Charles Schumer.

Marvin Olasky | October 18, 2007

With Hillary Clinton surging in the polls and Democrats knifing Bush's foreign policy and praising Bill Clinton's, it's time for a reality check on a supposed triumph: Team Clinton oversimplified a complex situation in Bosnia and ended up aiding and abetting Muslim extremists.

William Rusher | October 18, 2007

What should we think about President Vladimir Putin of Russia?

William F. Buckley | October 18, 2007

The candidates for president of the United States include a man identified as a Roman Catholic, and among the voters there are, of course, many Catholics. It would be reasonable to suppose that Candidate Giuliani would get the presumptive backing of the Catholic population. But there are a couple of caveats.

Wed, Oct 17, 2007

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 17, 2007

Peel them away and, underneath, you have Mike Huckabee, the last survivor in the elimination tournament of the Christian right. And they could do a whole lot worse!

Amy Ridenour | October 17, 2007

Bill O’Reilly went on Jay Leno’s show Friday night and confessed to being extremely confused. About global warming.

David A. Ridenour | October 17, 2007

Poor Al Gore. He’s been in a downward spiral all year long.

Ann Coulter | October 17, 2007

Far from "institutional racism," there is "institutional racial hoaxism" run amok in this country. Will anyone rally against that?

Amanda Carpenter | October 17, 2007

There was a lot of “girl power” in the Capital Hilton in Washington when Hillary Clinton addressed a large audience of her female campaign donors on Wednesday.

Jon Sanders | October 17, 2007

A Minnesota college student was suspended and ordered to undergo "mental health evaluation" for his response to campuswide e-mails from school officials concerning the Virginia Tech massacre.

Tom Price | October 17, 2007

Two precious rights – free speech and a free press – face a serious threat today in Washington as Congressional Democrats have expressed their desire for a return of the archaic “Fairness Doctrine.”

Paul Weyrich | October 17, 2007

Dr. James Dobson, perhaps the most influential pro-family leader, stated that he would consider a third party if an unacceptable GOP candidate were nominated for President.

Michael Medved | October 17, 2007

Why should so many Americans resent and distrust the very institutions that make possible our productivity, pleasure and opportunities?

Brent Bozell | October 17, 2007

Today, the Nobel committee seems especially interested in using the Peace Prize to tweak American conservatives, honoring Jimmy Carter in 2002 (when it excluded him from Camp David accords honors in 1978) and now Al Gore in 2007. People are asking the obvious: How has Gore's alarmism on global warming aided world "peace"?

Rich Galen | October 17, 2007

Assuming people in the United Kingdom are not any more prone to obesity nor any less capable of controlling their eating habits than the rest of us, I do believe I see a big fat path to my own Al-Gore-Style Nobel Prize.

John McCaslin | October 17, 2007

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ricardo S. Sanchez had some choice words for members of the press, particularly the "snippets" coverage of the Iraqi war by often-"biased" TV news networks.

Paul Edwards | October 17, 2007

Joel Osteen, by his own admission, may be well-qualified as a motivational speaker, but lacks many of the qualifications to be considered a pastor of God’s people.

John Boehner | October 17, 2007

President Bush vetoed the Democrats’ SCHIP bill two weeks ago and House Republicans will sustain his veto when it comes before the House tomorrow. So, what happens after Democrats fail to override the veto?

Thomas Sowell | October 17, 2007

Oakland, California, continues to suffer the high crime rate, and especially the high murder rate, which has long afflicted that city. Judging by a recent speech by its current mayor, long-time leftist Ron Dellums, it can look forward to a future all too much like its past.

Michelle Malkin | October 17, 2007

On Thursday, the House of Representatives will vote on a measure to override President Bush's veto of a massive government-subsidized health insurance entitlement expansion plan. I agree with the Democrats on one thing: This is indeed a "defining moment."

John Stossel | October 17, 2007

Imagine how DeMarcus Blackwell felt when he was told that his son Chris had engaged in "sexual contact and/or sexual harassment" at school. Well, before you can imagine this father's reaction, you need to know one other fact: His son was 4 years old when the "sexual" incident occurred.

Walter E. Williams | October 17, 2007

The average taxpayer and parents who foot the bill know little about the rot on many college campuses. "Indoctrinate U" is a recently released documentary, written and directed by Evan Coyne Maloney, that captures the tip of a disgusting iceberg.

Jonah Goldberg | October 17, 2007

I don’t know if life begins at conception. I don’t really know what “life” means. Consciousness? Possessing a soul?

Tony Blankley | October 17, 2007

It is hard to say which of Al Gore's awards seems more improbable: his Academy Award, although he does not possess a single skill required for filmmaking, or his Nobel Peace Prize for his work on global warming, although he has no technical skills in that area and he has misled the world profoundly as to the danger.

Ben Shapiro | October 17, 2007

Politicians are not prophets. They make mistakes.

Terry Jeffrey | October 17, 2007

There is something singularly ironic about the Chinese government's exquisite concern for a singular subspecies of cat.

Austin Bay | October 17, 2007

It's an old phenomenon: When the dispossessed get clout, the past becomes a battleground. Often the stakes in the present are extraordinarily high. An exemplary skirmish over very bad history is taking place in the U.S. Congress -- in this case, the World War I slaughter of Armenians by Ottoman Turkey.

Paul Greenberg | October 17, 2007

My theory is that somewhere there’s a National Association of the Humorless that passes around spoofs assuming that they’re not.

Jacob Sullum | October 17, 2007

Bartlett and Bush deserve some credit for resisting the expansion of a highly popular program that never should have been created to begin with, especially since they knew they'd be accused of being stingy child haters.

George Will | October 17, 2007

Explaining a simple proposal to help people squirrel away gold for their golden years, Hillary Clinton said that a person "should not require a Ph.D. to save for retirement." But can even Ph.D.s understand liberalism's arithmetic and logic?

Kathleen Parker | October 17, 2007

Bobby Jindal, the wiry and wired Republican son of Indian immigrants, doesn't look like a Louisiana good ol' boy and he doesn't talk like one either.

Tue, Oct 16, 2007

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | October 16, 2007

If the bumper sticker of ’92 and ’96 (Clinton-Gore) divides, and we find Gore running against Hillary Clinton, Al Gore could not only beat the former First Lady for the Democratic nomination, he could win the presidency.

Miriam Grossman, M.D. | October 16, 2007

You won’t find it highlighted in women’s magazines or health websites, but it’s the mommy track that provides the greatest protection against breast cancer: giving birth before thirty, having a bunch of kids, and breastfeeding them--for a long time.

Lindsay Boyd | October 16, 2007

Cactuses aren’t the only things being cultivated by the arid Arizona temperatures. State deficits are growing at an alarming rate as mismanagement of the state’s income and imminent plans for expansion of government programs are creating a hot and humid environment for Arizona legislators. “The heat is on”, but fortunately for residents, the Goldwater Institute is determined to hold state officials’ feet to the fire by highlighting the gross mismanagement of state finances and proposing alternative budget policies that would address the mounting fiscal concerns.

Mel Martinez | October 16, 2007

No weapon in war is more powerful than information. And that is why the upcoming reauthorization of the Protect America Act might be one of the most important congressional debates we undertake this year.

Amanda Carpenter | October 16, 2007

House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) blamed “hate radio” for demeaning children who were being used to lobby for an expansion of federally funded health insurance in a press conference late Tuesday morning.

David Limbaugh | October 16, 2007

Why now, of all possible critical moments, are congressional Democrats insisting on passing a resolution guaranteed to offend Turkey, our vital ally in the Iraq War, by denouncing the Ottoman Empire's century-old massacre of Armenians as a "genocide"?

Chuck Colson | October 16, 2007

A 1991 Book-of-the-Month Club and Library of Congress survey asked members which book had most influenced their lives. As expected, the Bible finished first. Unexpectedly, Rand’s most famous book, the novel Atlas Shrugged, finished second.

Paul Weyrich | October 16, 2007

As a result of the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) inter-urban system and the downtown Portland Streetcar, quality development is not only taking place in Portland, Oregon but also in communities such as Gresham and Hillsboro.

Paul Edwards | October 16, 2007

Church Without Walls International in Tampa, Florida is one of the largest evangelical mega-churches in America. It boasts a weekly attendance in the thousands and a $40 million annual budget. The church and its pastors are firmly rooted in prosperity theology, combined with an emphasis on self-fulfillment psychology.

Debra J. Saunders | October 16, 2007

It's pretty clear that Mitt Romney made a big mistake over the weekend when he told voters that he speaks for "the Republican wing of the Republican Party."

John McCaslin | October 16, 2007

Not getting your fill of presidential politics? While that may seem difficult to believe, XM Satellite Radio will take over DC Coast restaurant this evening to celebrate the start of POTUS '08, the network's new 24-hour channel devoted exclusively to the 2008 presidential campaign.

Roger Schlesinger | October 16, 2007

The strange title of this column hopefully will help you to understand the concept of different loans to solve different situations that arise in the mortgage industry.

Mary Katharine Ham | October 16, 2007

So, it’s fall again, and you find yourself, remote in hand, convinced that the television landscape is nothing but one giant View couch populated by Sally Fields, Rosie O’Donnells, Joy Behars and Alicia Silverstones.

Mike Adams | October 16, 2007

The North Carolina NAACP has been a nearly useless organization for years – ever since the demise of the KKK and racial segregation.

Cal Thomas | October 16, 2007

Cults wish to control people. Global warming fundamentalists wish to do the same through the power of government.

Dennis Prager | October 16, 2007

Those who label Ann Coulter an anti-Semite do damage to the battle against anti-Semitism.

Pat Buchanan | October 16, 2007

Does this generation have the maturity to lead America?

Bill Murchison | October 16, 2007

Memo to the president's foes: It helps sometimes to have a president you hate.

Dinesh D'Souza | October 16, 2007

On Monday, October 22 I’ll be debating Christopher Hitchens on “Is Religion the Problem?” It’s open to the public. It’s going to be a lively debate.

Bill Steigerwald | October 16, 2007

Larry Sabato, director of the Center of Politics at the University of Virginia and a familiar cable TV pundit, has taken it upon himself to reform the U.S. Constitution -- to make it more in tune with a 21st-century political system.

Mon, Oct 15, 2007

Michael Barone | October 15, 2007

Tony Blair's New Labor drew inspiration from Bill Clinton's successful run as a "new Democrat." This month has seen a sharp turn in British politics. It raises the question of whether something similar could happen here in the next 13 months.

Debra J. Saunders | October 15, 2007

Witness the Florida-ization of California. Wags have called California the Nanny State. Now it's turning into the Granny State -- as Sacramento lawmakers pass laws that restrict how other people can live.

Thomas Sowell | October 15, 2007

With all the problems facing this country, both in Iraq and at home, why is Congress spending time trying to pass a resolution condemning the massacre of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire nearly a century ago?

Janice Shaw Crouse | October 15, 2007

The politically correct mantra about HIV/AIDS is that “anybody can get it.” This half-truth is as bizarre as pointing to the tragic death of professional naturalist Steve Irwin, best known as “The Crocodile Hunter,” and saying “anyone can die from the barb of a stingray.” There is an obvious missing piece in both instances. You’re not going to die from a stingray’s barb unless you dive in waters that are home to stingrays.

Rich Lowry | October 15, 2007

The Ottoman Empire died an ignominious death 85 years ago in the aftermath of World War I. Democrats are nonetheless intent on rebuking it for the mass killing of Armenians during World War I that many scholars and a proposed House resolution call "genocide."

Daniel Pipes | October 15, 2007

"Would You Buy a Used Hawk From This Man?" runs the title of a Oct. 15 Newsweek smear of presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, suggesting that the mayor's advisors, "some of the Bush era's most assertive neoconservatives," represent George W. Bush retreads. The article even quotes a foreign policy analyst accusing Giuliani of "out-Bushing Bush." How odd.

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz | October 15, 2007

In the first half of this two-part column on investing in your kids, I focused on saving for college, primarily through 529 plans. But in addition you can invest in other parts of your kids' future, and perhaps encourage them to learn about the markets and investing in the process. This is where custodial accounts can play an important role.

Phyllis Schlafly | October 15, 2007

The American people rose up out of their usual apathy and soundly defeated the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007 that would have given amnesty to illegal immigrants. Now, some senators are trying to get Congress to pass a backdoor amnesty by calling it the DREAM Act, and it's really a nightmare for Americans.

Richard H. Collins | October 15, 2007

At a recent Congressional Black Caucus presidential candidate forum Hillary Clinton upped the stakes for pandering to potential voters.

Rich Galen | October 15, 2007

Al Gore will be coy about not running because, as Newt Gingrich has taught us over the past 10 months, being a potential candidate gets you Tim Russert asking you about health care on Meet the Press.

John McCaslin | October 15, 2007

A small but lively group of Iraq war veterans took up positions Saturday afternoon outside the headquarters of "Code Pink," the feminist antiwar group huddled inside what is zoned as residential housing at 712 5th St. NE. The war vets charge that Code Pink should be "evicted" due to zoning violations.

Lisa De Pasquale | October 15, 2007

Following the outrage over Ann Coulter's interview with CNBC's Donny Deutsch, members of the media used it as an opportunity to tell the American people that they should be offended by her restatement of Christian doctrine and the New Testament.

Suzanne Fields | October 15, 2007

Politics is the art of compromise, but players are loath to admit compromise, or even to concede any ground at all. The pols agree with Vince Lombardi, the famous football coach: "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing."

Paul Greenberg | October 15, 2007

Some of us can vaguely remember a time when Wesley Clark was going to be the next Eisenhower - a general above the fray, a former supreme commander of NATO who had met the great challenges of his time, someone who would Bring Us Together...

Donald Lambro | October 15, 2007

Sen. Hillary Clinton's federally subsidized retirement plan represents one more way to make Americans ever more dependent upon the government for their livelihood.

Burt Prelutsky | October 15, 2007

I think that enough time has now elapsed since Mahmud Ahmadinejad addressed the old fools at the U.N. and the young fools at Columbia so that we can view the events with a clear and dispassionate eye.

Robert Novak | October 15, 2007

The most surprising recent national polling result was an answer given by Republicans who attend church weekly when Gallup asked their presidential preference. A plurality chose Rudy Giuliani, a Catholic who in 1999 said: "I don't attend regularly, but I attend occasionally."

Carol Platt Liebau | October 15, 2007

Dr. James Dobson’s recent announcement that leaders of the religious right might support a third party candidate – or run one of their own – if the pro-choice Rudy Giuliani were the 2008 Republican presidential nominee sent ominous ripples throughout GOP circles.

Thaddeus McCotter | October 15, 2007

Beneath the shadow of a rickety statute, the amazed gaze of the world, and the calculating eyes of the tyrants, the enslaved staked their claim to liberty.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | October 15, 2007

Ironically, last week, I asked my readers to consider taking practical steps to frame the debate on the environment.

Star Parker | October 15, 2007

The lack of attention by candidates of both parties to the huge entitlements crisis facing this country has been, to say the least, troubling.

Austin Nimocks | October 15, 2007

I pray that the Rhode Island Supreme Court will understand the ramifications of granting a “divorce” to the same-sex couple and will keep marriage what it has always been in Rhode Island since 1636—one man and one woman.

Sun, Oct 14, 2007

Austin Hill | October 14, 2007

While many of us in the media have been overindulging in speculation for the past few days about “the prize” being enough to instigate that long-awaited Gore For President 2008 campaign, there is at least one politician who has dared to question Gore’s selection for the Nobel Peace Prize in the first place.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | October 14, 2007

Traditions are the glue that helps hold families together. They remind us of times we have shared together and trials we have some through together.

Steve Chapman | October 14, 2007

When American soldiers returned from World War II, the nation thanked them with the GI bill, which allowed millions of people to go to college at government expense. Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va., thinks if it was good enough for the Greatest Generation, it's good enough for this one.

Mary Grabar | October 14, 2007

Columbia president Lee Bollinger’s condemnatory introduction to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has reportedly spurred a backlash among many of the university’s faculty and students.

George Will | October 14, 2007

A study prepared by the National Association of Scholars, a group that combats political correctness on campuses, reviews social work education programs at 10 major public universities and comes to this conclusion: Such programs mandate an ideological orthodoxy to which students must subscribe concerning "social justice" and "oppression."

Ken Connor | October 14, 2007

It was clear from the opening paragraph of Lisa Rickard's article that Town Hall readers were in for yet another trip into the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's fantasy land, where "greedy trial lawyers" abuse the legal system with "frivolous lawsuits."

Robert Bluey | October 14, 2007

The U.S. budget deficit fell to the lowest level in five years last week, but three of America’s leading newspapers -- the New York Times, Washington Post and Los Angeles Times -- couldn’t find the space to mention the dramatic drop.

Kevin McCullough | October 14, 2007

Why CNBC's Donny Deutsch likes to bait Christians into answers he doesn't like, to only then berate them for his dislike of them is a wee bit unexplainable.

Salena Zito | October 14, 2007

How do you stop the Bush-Clinton, Bush-Clinton inevitability?

Paul Jacob | October 14, 2007

Why on earth would moderate government growth be considered radical?