Sun, Jun 22, 2008

Nina May | June 22, 2008

Hey JC, Armstrong, and others who are being seduced by pigment; if young women, 20 years ago, could resist the feminist seduction of Gloria, Phil and Geraldine, then surely, you can resist the siren’s call to socialism.

Sat, Jun 21, 2008

Janice Shaw Crouse | June 21, 2008

John Howard is one of the “Greatest Generation of Americans” — those Americans who fought in World War II.

Doug Giles | June 21, 2008

TD Jakes, Dallas based megachurch pastor and televangelist, wrote in a column for CNN earlier this month that as he listened to Barack wax eloquently during his victory speech he got “goose bumps.”

Michael Barone | June 21, 2008

As we enter the second half of the campaign year, facts are undermining the Democratic narrative that has dominated our politics.

Oliver North | June 21, 2008

Last Sunday, Sen. John McCain met in Washington with Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari. After their closed-door session, the two men took questions from waiting reporters.

Kathryn Lopez | June 21, 2008

If you're looking for a first lady, you've got one in Cindy McCain. But John McCain would be well served by a more audible wife on the campaign trail.

Robert Novak | June 21, 2008

Leaders of Sen. John McCain's campaign are looking toward "527s" as their principal means of attacking Sen. Barack Obama because they have been given a green light by McCain.

Wayne Winegarden | June 21, 2008

Thankfully, cap and trade – aka the Warner-Lieberman “America's Climate Security Act of 2007” – suffered a quick death in the Senate this year.

Fri, Jun 20, 2008

Laura Donovan | June 20, 2008

Drawing from a lifetime of experience, conservative activist Bay Buchanan encouraged high school girls to get involved in the political process.

Matt Purple | June 20, 2008

Truckers in Albany protested at the New York Capitol amidst concerns their industry would be hit hard by skyrocketing fuel prices and climate change legislation.

Maggie Gallagher | June 20, 2008

A couple of hundred same-sex couples in California flock to the justice of the peace -- why should anybody care?

Tom Price | June 20, 2008

These days there is a pretty good way to gauge how someone's day is going. Ask if they've filled up their gas tank recently. If so, they're likely to be in a foul mood.

Ira Mehlman | June 20, 2008

People don’t have much faith in government, especially the federal government…and who can blame them?

Diana West | June 20, 2008

An unlikely, man-bites-dog story recently appeared on the front page of one of our nation's most liberal newspapers, asserting that the U.S. economy is not as bad as people think.

Bob Burney | June 20, 2008

Allow me to show you a couple of mental snapshots. First imagine a picture of a family in a modern SUV.

John Hawkins | June 20, 2008

Correcting the myths created and propagated by the liberals in the mainstream media could be an all day, every day job.

Brent Bozell | June 20, 2008

In these dark ages of TV, the old formulas are being disdained like newspaper for the bottom of the birdcage.

Jonah Goldberg | June 20, 2008

You may have noticed that denouncing the "failed policies of the past" has become the official catechism of the Democratic Party.

David Limbaugh | June 20, 2008

Alison Thomas provides a powerful, but chilling expose of the anti-Christian indoctrination on college campuses today.

Mona Charen | June 20, 2008

Like Chris Matthews, I got a thrill down my leg when the senator announced his candidacy promising a "new kind of politics."

Michael Reagan | June 20, 2008

Prague, Czech Republic, June 18 -- I'm in Europe to join the Reagan Legacy Foundation in observing the 21st anniversary of my dad Ronald Reagan's immortal words spoken at the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987

Pat Buchanan | June 20, 2008

"What Would Winston Do?" So asks Newsweek's cover

Suzanne Fields | June 20, 2008

I didn't know Tim Russert, but like everyone else who follows politics, I recognized him as a media hero for our time.

Linda Chavez | June 20, 2008

There is only one way to drive down the rising cost of gasoline for the long term: significantly increase the domestic supply of oil.

Paul Greenberg | June 20, 2008

Nothing so well illustrates the essential asymmetry of this country's worldwide struggle against terrorism than last week's 5-to-4 opinion out of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Rich Tucker | June 20, 2008

Well, it’s that time of year again. Students are pouring out of high schools across the country, with most getting ready for the next natural step: college.

Charles Krauthammer | June 20, 2008

Gas is $4 a gallon. Oil is $135 a barrel and rising. We import two-thirds of our oil, sending hundreds of billions of dollars to the likes of Russia, Venezuela and Saudi Arabia.

Burt Prelutsky | June 20, 2008

With the November election more or less around the corner, we are coming up on one of those traditions that should be stuck away in a kitchen drawer where we all keep pieces of string and out-of-date supermarket coupons.

Kathleen Parker | June 20, 2008

With the gritty determination of a committed obsessive-compulsive, I plowed through an 8,000-word New York Times Magazine expose on the current state of gender equity in the American home: "When Mom and Dad Share It All."

Mike Gallagher | June 20, 2008

The global warming hysterics don't just offer opinions and beliefs about greenhouse gases and the like. These are people who speak as if they belong to a cult.

Thu, Jun 19, 2008

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | June 19, 2008

Members of the media, by a 4-to-1 ratio, self-identify as political liberals. This does not fully explain why Sen. Barack Obama received preferential treatment in his campaign against Hillary Clinton.

Glen Lavy | June 19, 2008

The birth of a new nation is an extraordinary thing to behold, especially when the gestation period has been as long, as difficult, and as painful as the one that has produced a newly-independent Kosovo.

Paul Edwards | June 19, 2008

At the conclusion of his Father’s Day Sermon, Senator Barack Obama made the point that his life revolves around his two little girls.

Richard H. Collins | June 19, 2008

If I were a supporter of Barack Obama I would be nervous. Why? Is it his inexperience, his radical connections, or his stale liberal positions? Nope.

Rich Lowry | June 19, 2008

After all the magazine covers, celebrity sermonizing and U.N.-certified-expert hand-wringing, the fight against global warming got a real-world test in the U.S. Senate a few weeks ago.

Amanda Carpenter | June 19, 2008

The Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation charged more than 400 defendants in a nationwide fraud scheme coined “Malicious Mortgage” Thursday.

John McCain has drawn first blood in the political debate following Barack Obama's victory in the primaries.

Lisa De Pasquale | June 19, 2008

There are thousands of authors that would sell their souls for a positive 500-word New York Times review of their book.

Paul Weyrich | June 19, 2008

While Americans suffer economic woes due in part to legislative regulation, such as ethanol mandates and subsidies, Congress has been busy solving America's problems.

Cliff May | June 19, 2008

People say we’re addicted to oil but that’s imprecise and unfair. Our automobiles are addicted to oil. And America has been designed around the automobile.

John McCaslin | June 19, 2008

This summer's crowning of Illinois Sen. Barack Obama as the country's first African-American presidential nominee will no doubt generate significant headlines around the world.

Victor Davis Hanson | June 19, 2008

By this point in the presidential campaign, the public knows that a charismatic Barack Obama wants sweeping "change."

Larry Elder | June 19, 2008

What, media bias in favor of Obama, a leftist Democrat? Yet the same left-leaning media "hates" Hillary Clinton? Really? How about a little evidence?

Debra J. Saunders | June 19, 2008

"We can't drill our way out of the problem." Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has said it. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has said it.

Matt Towery | June 19, 2008

Weeks ago, our InsiderAdvantage survey indicated that the nation's ninth largest state, Georgia, with its 15 electoral votes, might be up for grabs in the 2008 presidential contest.

Donald Lambro | June 19, 2008

It is always dangerous to make any forecasts about presidential elections based on national polls because we do not choose our chief executives by popular vote.

Emmett Tyrrell | June 19, 2008

The stature and repute of our public figures are shaped, as I have written before, by this thing called Kultursmog.

Rebecca Hagelin | June 19, 2008

Ever wondered what it’s like in the sharp-elbowed arena of presidential politics -- what really goes on behind the headlines?

Steve Chapman | June 19, 2008

A lot of people who strongly believe in the war on terror are not above sowing a little terror of their own.

Robert Novak | June 19, 2008

A 26-year-old political operative from Buffalo on Daniel Patrick Moynihan's staff in 1977 was overshadowed by the all-star cast accompanying the newly elected senator to Washington.

Hugh Hewitt | June 19, 2008

When Barack Obama told a Pennsylvania audience this past weekend that "We can't drill our way out of this," he was repeating the same line that Nancy Pelosi used days earlier and that Harry Reid used on Wednesday.

Wed, Jun 18, 2008

Ann Coulter | June 18, 2008

After reading Justice Anthony Kennedy's recent majority opinion in Boumediene v. Bush, I feel like I need to install a "1984"-style Big Brother camera in my home so Justice Kennedy can keep an eye on everything I do.

Matt Purple | June 18, 2008

Amidst outrage over illegal immigration, some self-identified conservatives who see a bright side to open borders have been speaking up.

Gas prices are the first important issue in the 2008 elections. But both parties have been pathetic in their solutions and, one suspects, in their understanding of what is going on.

Amanda Carpenter | June 18, 2008

The role that Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D.-N.D.) played in greasing the skids for Sen. Chris Dodd’s multibillion mortgage bailout is being overlooked.

John McCaslin | June 18, 2008

The Democratic National Committee enlisted Al Gore to write a fundraising letter on behalf of the party's presumptive presidential nominee, Sen. Barack Obama.

Amanda Carpenter | June 18, 2008

John McCain’s presidential campaign is making former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani point man in attacking Barack Obama’s approach to combating terrorism.

Thomas Sowell | June 18, 2008

Only with Tim Russert's sudden death at the age of 58 has his true stature as a landmark journalist become as widely recognized as it has long deserved to be.

Michelle Malkin | June 18, 2008

Yet another U.S. Marine, Lt. Col. Jeffrey Chessani, had charges dropped Tuesday in the so-called Haditha massacre.

John Stossel | June 18, 2008

The other day, reading the New York Post's popular Page Six gossip page, I was surprised to find picture of me, followed by a surprising quote.

Walter E. Williams | June 18, 2008

It's been at least five years since I've flown commercial, and for good reason: I don't wish to be arrested for questioning actions by often arrogant, rude Transportation Security Administration (TSA) workers.

Brent Bozell | June 18, 2008

The day after Al Gore endorsed Barack Obama in Detroit, MSNBC kept repeating the allegedly big news with the on-air question "Will Gore Help or Hurt Obama?"

Jonah Goldberg | June 18, 2008

Mark Steyn, my friend, colleague and arguably the most talented political writer working today, is on trial for thought crimes.

Tony Blankley | June 18, 2008

Democracy, broadly understood as government by the people being governed, has been the upward aspiration of Western civilization for about 1,000 years.

Michael Medved | June 18, 2008

Political correctness portrays untamed America before European invasion as a natural paradise, where Indians maintained an exquisite ecological balance, living in a harmonious, idyllic relationship to the natural world.

Michael Gerson | June 18, 2008

In the razor-close and nationally important Senate race in Minnesota, Republican incumbent Norm Coleman is presented with a unique political problem.

Ben Shapiro | June 18, 2008

Most of all, I'm voting Democrat because I like the ideas they have over in France, but I don't feel like moving there.

Terry Jeffrey | June 18, 2008

It was as frightening as a Halloween trick can be: It happened in broad daylight. It was caught on camera. The government says it really happened.

Austin Bay | June 18, 2008

Australia's Stephen Smith was referring to Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe's appearance at a U.N. food conference earlier this month when he said "frankly obscene."

Paul Greenberg | June 18, 2008

This time it's a duly certified, establishment-vetted, card-carrying member of the Mainstream Media who's been caught, tried and convicted by the always watchful PC Police.

Jacob Sullum | June 18, 2008

According to federal drug czar John Walters, the marijuana available in the United States is better than ever.

Kathleen Parker | June 18, 2008

Barack Obama's recent call for responsible fatherhood is welcome, overdue -- and misleadingly incomplete.

Tue, Jun 17, 2008

Amanda Carpenter | June 17, 2008

Always a maverick, GOP presumptive presidential candidate John McCain is calling for new energy policies that are sure to both please and stymie his Republican base.

Janet M. LaRue | June 17, 2008

Here’s my advice to our troops in harm’s way based on the U.S. Supreme Court’s reprehensible ruling June 12.

Robert Knight | June 17, 2008

Now that the media have shared with us their joy over the advent of homosexual “marriage” in California, here’s the other shoe that will drop in the next few weeks.

Carrie Lukas | June 17, 2008

Other than being over age 25 and a resident and citizen of the state, there are no qualifications to be a Member of Congress. If you can get the votes, you can become a Member.

Terry Paulson | June 17, 2008

In the many tributes given to Tim Russert following his sudden death, it was Tim’s own comments from a recorded interview with Bill O’Reilly on the challenge of being a good father that stays with me.

Amanda Carpenter | June 17, 2008

One of John McCain’s top aides said Barack Obama’s position on terrorism was “delusional” and highlighted Obama's ignorance in security matters in a conference call Tuesday morning.

Paul Weyrich | June 17, 2008

The year was 1967. I was on a private aircraft belonging to an oil company with my boss, the late Senator Gordon L. Allott (R-CO).

John McCaslin | June 17, 2008

It's apparently not too early to audition for Sen. Barack Obama's presidential inauguration - at least as far as the organizer for the "Obama Inaugural Glee Club" is concerned.

Thomas Sowell | June 17, 2008

The obsession of many high school students and their parents about getting into a prestige college or university is part of the social scene of our time.

Chuck Norris | June 17, 2008

In my column last week ("Congress, Get Off Your Gas, and Drill!"), I called upon Americans to sign Newt Gingrich's petition, "Drill here. Drill now. Pay less."

David Limbaugh | June 17, 2008

As a former skeptic, I have a particular interest in Christian apologetics: the defense of the Christian faith.

Ken Blackwell | June 17, 2008

The Supreme Court’s 5-4 opinion in Boumediene v. Bush will go down as one of the most egregiously-wrong decisions in history.

Cal Thomas | June 17, 2008

The terrorists will attack again. Homeland Security has repeatedly warned us they will.

Dennis Prager | June 17, 2008

We regularly hear about Barack Obama's appeal to youth, about how he has been able to excite and mobilize a generation of young people.

Pat Buchanan | June 17, 2008

Freedom of the press is on trial in Canada. The trial is before a court with the Orwellian title of the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal.

Debra J. Saunders | June 17, 2008

If folks in the news business wonder why the public hates us, they should look to the orgy of coverage over the untimely death of NBC TV's Tim Russert.

Ed Feulner | June 17, 2008

Charles Dickens captured the spirit of an era in a single sentence: “It was the best of times; it was the worst of times.” For American workers, that sentiment still seems to apply.

Bill Murchison | June 17, 2008

I interrupt the presidential campaign to bring you an important question: Can we get serious here? About hyper-serious things?

William Rusher | June 17, 2008

On Monday, June 16, San Francisco began implementing the ruling of the California Supreme Court authorizing same-sex marriages in the state.

George Will | June 17, 2008

The day after the Supreme Court ruled that detainees imprisoned at Guantanamo are entitled to seek habeas corpus hearings, John McCain called it "one of the worst decisions in the history of this country." Well.

Mon, Jun 16, 2008

Matt Purple | June 16, 2008

A passage from a book by comedian and Minnesota Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken describes one prominent conservative being shot in the head and another soliciting a prostitute, among other graphic images.

Rich Lowry | June 16, 2008

Lately, the Iraq War has looked more and more like another Vietnam -- not for us, but for al-Qaida.

Bill Steigerwald | June 16, 2008

After writing three major cover stories about Barack Obama’s books, his speeches and his tony Chicago neighborhood, Andrew Ferguson of the Weekly Standard probably knows as much about Sen. Obama as any conservative writer and reporter can know at this point.

Amanda Carpenter | June 16, 2008

GOP presidential candidate John McCain invited his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, to participate in a town hall meeting with him at an open-borders advocacy group’s upcoming meeting in California.

Frank Gaffney | June 16, 2008

The United States is in mortal peril from a false friend: the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Carrie Schwab Pomerantz | June 16, 2008

It seems that I've known June is "wedding month" since I was a little girl. And, in fact, a bit of research reveals that the June wedding tradition goes back as far as the Romans.

Justin Hart | June 16, 2008

If a respected Reagan appointee on one of the highest courts in is caught posting prurient and even explicit sexual photos on his personal website what does this say about the rest of society?

Phyllis Schlafly | June 16, 2008

The elected representatives in Oklahoma passed a law to stem the tide of illegal immigrants and, faster than you can say "judicial supremacy," a federal judge blocked its enforcement.

David Strom | June 16, 2008

The Bush Administration has discovered what liberals have known all along: the Constitution is a mighty comprehensive document, giving the federal government powers over the minutest aspects of our lives.

Andrew Langer | June 16, 2008

Oil’s role in the economy has become increasingly clear as the Unites States wrestles with mixed economic signals—and unless we get a handle on the supply of that oil, and other economic tinkering will be an exercise in futility.

John McCaslin | June 16, 2008

Tim Russert, in an interview with Inside the Beltway on Nov. 14, referred to NBC's "Meet the Press," the most watched Sunday morning interview program in America.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | June 16, 2008

Last week the nation was shocked by the sudden death of Tim Russert. He left an indelible mark on journalism and the American culture.

Paul Greenberg | June 16, 2008

In any political race of consequence, there always comes that moment of truth when the candidate must decide just how far he will go to curry favor with the voters.

Robert Novak | June 16, 2008

Speculation that the Federal Reserve is about to begin inflation-fighting interest rate increases appears to be dead wrong.

Burt Prelutsky | June 16, 2008

There are, as I see it, two kinds of people. There are those who love to travel, people who would sooner let their drivers licenses lapse than their passports, and then there’s me.

Paul Kengor | June 16, 2008

The following is an interview with Peter Schweizer, author of the newly released Makers and Takers (Doubleday, 2008).

Carol Platt Liebau | June 16, 2008

Just this week, Obama announced plans to move key elements of the Democratic National Committee operation to his own home turf of Chicago, where presumably he’ll have more mastery over it.

Karin Agness | June 16, 2008

Listening to Hillary Clinton’s concession speech last weekend made me feel like an unwilling participant in a 21st century “consciousness-raising” session.

Star Parker | June 16, 2008

For conservatives and Republicans who are wondering what in the world happened to their party, we should recall June 12, 1987.

Frank Turek | June 16, 2008

At least one lesbian is not happy with me for the case I made last week against same-sex marriage on our TV program.

Mike Adams | June 16, 2008

The good folks at the National Association of Scholars (see www.NAS.org) have asked me to write a short piece modeled after the Dr. Seuss book If I ran the Zoo.

Sun, Jun 15, 2008

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | June 15, 2008

This year, the days set aside for honoring fathers and flags fell on the same weekend. Flag Day is celebrated on June 14 of every year.

David Stokes | June 15, 2008

It is an admittedly easier task to criticize the work of an off-beat crank than that of someone who has many redeeming qualities and resonant opinions.

Debra J. Saunders | June 15, 2008

Iraq isn't the big story this month. Gas prices are. In May, the Associated Press reported, U.S. military deaths plunged to the lowest monthly level in four years and civilian casualties were down sharply, too.

Ken Connor | June 15, 2008

"Political moral philosophy" sounds like an oxymoron in the context of our modern, unprincipled politics. Nevertheless, a sound moral philosophy is the vital center of any political movement intent on fashioning a just society.

George Will | June 15, 2008

It is not news that to err is human and so are umpires. Now, however, those ancient truths coexist with a new fact: Seemingly everything is visually recorded.

Mary Grabar | June 15, 2008

It appears that my use of war metaphors in the opening paragraph of my last column confused a number of people, including someone who blogs at both the American Spectator and the Huffington Post.

Austin Hill | June 15, 2008

People are angry. Global oil prices have doubled over the past year, sending fuel prices skyrocketing.

Paul Jacob | June 15, 2008

Out-of-control violence. The response? Out-of-control government.

Salena Zito | June 15, 2008

Could Pennsylvania be the keystone to the vice presidency?

Kevin McCullough | June 15, 2008

In an all out assault against the working poor, the struggling families, and the common decency of the citizens of America this week Nancy Pelosi gave the order for Democrats to stab the American voter in the back.