Sat, Sep 04, 2010

Doug Giles | September 04, 2010

Man, it was hard picking an op-ed mark this week.

Ken Blackwell | September 04, 2010

With the flourish of a veto pen, President Obama is likely to disappoint and confuse both friends and some foes this fall; an interesting choice given his approval-rating challenges.

Fri, Sep 03, 2010

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | September 03, 2010

The latest shock is the capitulation of Ann Coulter to LGBT activists. She has proudly announced her acceptance of a speaking engagement before a group called GOProud.

Kathryn Lopez | September 03, 2010

The rally Beck organized and where Palin appeared, which honored wounded military heroes, actually had very little to do with the two media darlings.

Byron York | September 03, 2010

After a widely admired start in the White House, first lady Michelle Obama's popularity is falling and, if the current downward trend in her approval ratings continues, could touch lows not seen since the scandal-tainted days of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Rich Galen | September 03, 2010

The children of America have gone back to school. And, in nearly every household, there is at least one person who is standing over the kitchen sink in tears, wondering where the years have gone.

Michelle Malkin | September 03, 2010

President Obama will join hands with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka in Milwaukee and pose as champions of the working class. Bad move.

Brent Bozell | September 03, 2010

Children today are often so voracious and versed in the latest communications technology that they make their parents feel like Myles Standish and Betsy Ross.

Jonah Goldberg | September 03, 2010

Clinton, a political prodigy of the first order, loved the human side of politics. He listened to the hoi polloi more than he listened to the Harvard faculty. It made him a less consequential but more democratic president.

David Limbaugh | September 03, 2010

Sorry, but I can't allow Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius' statement that "we have a lot of re-education to do" slip by without comment.

Mona Charen | September 03, 2010

Hamas sent a greeting card to the quintet of leaders meeting in Washington, D.C., this week to initiate negotiations about a peace settlement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

Oliver North | September 03, 2010

The experts tell us that newborn infants like Sarah Jane cannot really distinguish what's before them when they open their eyes. These same experts also say the little smile I see on her tiny lips is just a sign she needs to be burped. Maybe.

Pat Buchanan | September 03, 2010

Six months before the invasion of Iraq, Taki Theodoracopulos, Scott McConnell and this writer launched a new magazine, The American Conservative. Goal: Convince our countrymen that invading Iraq would be imperial folly.

Suzanne Fields | September 03, 2010

Two little girls I know, age 6, showed up the other day at a public pool in Washington for a swim.

Michael Gerson | September 03, 2010

WASHINGTON -- A church in Florida is poised to commemorate an act of violence committed in the name of Islam, the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, with an act of stupidity committed in the name of Christianity, the public burning of the Quran.

David Harsanyi | September 03, 2010

Admitting you're a fan of economics is another way of saying that you live a deeply tragic life.

Linda Chavez | September 03, 2010

The labor movement doesn't have much to celebrate this Labor Day. Congress first established the national holiday in 1894 at unions' behest.

Matt Towery | September 03, 2010

Mainstream media were taken aback when television and radio talk show host Glenn Beck recently hosted a rally on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

Diana West | September 03, 2010

hen President Obama said it was time to turn the page on Iraq, he should have also declared his intention to close the book on the lingering, festering injustices the U.S. government has perpetrated on 10 American veterans of the Iraq war still incarcerated in the military prison at Fort Leavenworth.

Donald Lambro | September 03, 2010

WASHINGTON -- Optimism about America's future is in very short supply nowadays as we near the end of the third year of an economic recession with little or no relief in sight.

Steve Chapman | September 03, 2010

If it were a crime to venture onto Capitol Hill to reveal yourself as a self-absorbed liar with an inability to admit mistakes, there would be tumbleweeds blowing through the vacant halls of Congress.

Tim Fields | September 03, 2010

This is the topic of many arguments; whether bull or bear, conservative or liberal... many Americans are wondering just what is keeping the economy down?

Thu, Sep 02, 2010

Richard Bernstein | September 02, 2010

In recent American history three presidents, Republicans Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush—and Democrat icon John Fitzgerald Kennedy—all lowered taxes in response to economic recessions.

Cliff May | September 02, 2010

Among the reasons Hezbollah has been designated a terrorist organization is that in 1983 it dispatched suicide bombers to strike American peacekeepers in Beirut.

Hugh Hewitt | September 02, 2010

Mike Pence gets it. In an interview with CNBC --picked up by The Hill-- the House GOP's number three gave the explicit assurance that a return to the majority for Republicans would mean an extension of the tax cuts.

Robert Morrison | September 02, 2010

To liberals, nationalized health care that does not exempt coverage for abortions is progress. To liberals, generally, overturning marriage through the courts is progress.

Meredith Turney | September 02, 2010

It was a match for the ages: a three-term United States Senator against the former CEO of a Fortune 50 international corporation.

Brian Walsh | September 02, 2010

Americans have woken up to the disastrous policies of this Congress and Administration and once again are hungry for change—and that spells trouble for Democrat Chris Murphy.

Victor Davis Hanson | September 02, 2010

The post-Cold War new world order is rapidly breaking apart. Nations are returning to the ancient passions, rivalries and differences of past centuries.

Cal Thomas | September 02, 2010

In his Oval Office address Tuesday night announcing the end of combat operations in Iraq, President Obama said "It's time to turn the page" and start focusing on rebuilding the American economy.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | September 02, 2010

This week in Sunday school, we talked about how character is passed down from parents to children through stories, experiences and practice.

Wed, Sep 01, 2010

Ann Coulter | September 01, 2010

Thomas Sowell | September 01, 2010

John Stossel | September 01, 2010

Mike Adams | September 01, 2010

Michael Medved | September 01, 2010

Tue, Aug 31, 2010

Donald Lambro | August 31, 2010

Paul Greenberg | August 31, 2010

Mon, Aug 30, 2010

Frank Gaffney | August 30, 2010

Rich Galen | August 30, 2010

Mike Adams | August 30, 2010

Sun, Aug 29, 2010

Salena Zito | August 29, 2010

Paul Jacob | August 29, 2010