Sat, Nov 27, 2010

Doug Giles | November 27, 2010

Here’s what I scribbled down as my bitter and clingy list of Thanksgiving gracias:

Floyd and Mary Beth Brown | November 27, 2010

Americans since 2008 have been tightening their belts, and they have paid down over 150 Billion dollars in consumer debt. This is a remarkable feat and a testimony to the diligence, hard work and frugality of the American citizen.

Fri, Nov 26, 2010

Hugh Hewitt | November 26, 2010

A liberal friend of mine sent out an email this past week urging all of the recipients to urge their Representative and Senator to push for the passage of the Dream Act when Congress reconvenes next week.

Guy Benson | November 26, 2010

If you’re like most Americans, even many who consider themselves fairly well informed about President Obama’s background and associations, you still probably haven't heard this...

Brent Bozell | November 26, 2010

Columnists who prize equality of the sexes in college athletics often scowl at how men's athletic programs get more money and media attention.

Oliver North | November 26, 2010

Nobody wants bad news during the holidays. But here, along the U.S.-Mexico border, and along the 38th parallel on the Korean Peninsula, there is very little good news this Thanksgiving.

Pat Buchanan | November 26, 2010

This writer was 11 years old when the shocking news came on June 25, 1950, that North Korean armies had crossed the DMZ.

Michael Gerson | November 26, 2010

Following two years of poor economic performance and electoral repudiation, liberalism is casting around for narratives to explain its failure -- narratives that don't involve the admission of inadequacies in liberalism itself.

David Harsanyi | November 26, 2010

I'm thrilled so many of you are causing a commotion over the creepy, occasionally amorous and always intrusive policies of the Transportation Security Administration.

Paul Driessen | November 26, 2010

The best Plan B is to prepare for and adapt to all future climate changes.

Howard Rich | November 26, 2010

As the European economy grapples with yet another bailout of a bankrupt sovereign state, a storyline is emerging that seeks to frame this latest instance of government interventionism.

Thu, Nov 25, 2010

Hans A. von Spakovsky | November 25, 2010

While we celebrate our national holiday in the warmth and comfort of homes, the men and women of our armed forces serve at grave peril in faraway places like Iraq and Afghanistan.

Ross Mackenzie | November 25, 2010

Whenever giving major thanks, the fear is to leave someone -- or something -- out.

Larry Elder | November 25, 2010

President Barack Obama walked into the Oval Office in January 2009 during a severe economic downturn led by a meltdown in housing prices -- and promptly made things worse.

Victor Davis Hanson | November 25, 2010

We know illegal immigration is no longer really unlawful, but is it moral?

Michael Barone | November 25, 2010

Some reflections on the revolution of 2010, based on extended examination of the election returns...

Cal Thomas | November 25, 2010

As millions of us gather at tables to offer thanks during this uniquely American holiday (OK, Canada has one, too, but without our Pilgrims), most will express gratitude to God for freedom and material blessings.

Jackie Gingrich Cushman | November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving is a time to pause, reflect and be thankful. Unlike other holidays, it's not about the gifts, the giving or the getting, but about appreciation and gratitude.

Suzanne Fields | November 25, 2010

We're blessed to live in America, and yet we take due notice of the dark shadow of terrorism that falls across the horizon.

Debra J. Saunders | November 25, 2010

The fancier the menu, the fussier I become.

Matt Towery | November 25, 2010

It was the dumbest thing the Democratic members of the U.S. House could have done.

Steve Chapman | November 25, 2010

If you have a strong disregard for your own health and safety, you are free to express it in all sorts of ways.

Rebecca Hagelin | November 25, 2010

Culture Challenge of the Week: Selfish Squabbles.

Emmett Tyrrell | November 25, 2010

Last week, goaded by Drudge's hordes, I took my stand against the opponents of the scan and the pat-down.

Armstrong Williams | November 25, 2010

Many of us consistently ponder and wrack our brains to put in perspective what every Thanksgiving mean to us and our fellow man.

Wed, Nov 24, 2010

Ann Coulter | November 24, 2010

As long as the head of the TSA refuses to get rid of the intrusive, possibly dangerous airport searches, how about requiring members of Congress to go through the same security screening in order to enter hallowed congressional office buildings?

Jonah Goldberg | November 24, 2010

My only hope is that enough Americans will realize there's got to be a better way, and the next Congress will serve as a Verbesserungsvorschlagsversammlung to figure out how to keep us safe while denying government agents a Fingerspitzengefühl of our junk.

Donald Lambro | November 24, 2010

Americans have much to be grateful for this Thanksgiving while also being mindful of the millions of our fellow citizens who are unemployed, have lost their homes and are struggling to make ends meet.

Rachel Marsden | November 24, 2010

A Nicaraguan ex-commandant who used Google Maps to plan a military operation ended up accidentally invading a country.

Harry R. Jackson, Jr. | November 24, 2010

The political season before us will undoubtedly be filled with both opportunity and danger.

Michelle Malkin | November 24, 2010

Though it originated in Canada and has become a global phenomenon, "How It's Made" is largely a tribute to individual American ingenuity and American entrepreneurs.

John Stossel | November 24, 2010

Had today's political class been in power in 1623, tomorrow's holiday would have been called "Starvation Day" instead of Thanksgiving.

Walter E. Williams | November 24, 2010

The tyrant's strategy: Attacking people's rights to property and liberty on a piecemeal basis reduces resistance.

Brent Bozell | November 24, 2010

Our liberal scribes and pundits savaged the Bush administration as being a privacy-shredding, terrorist-suspect-abusing tyranny on the march.

Mike Adams | November 24, 2010

If you want to avoid seeing your 18-year-old turn into a freak within the first year of college, it’s best to make sure he, she, or it avoids taking a course in sociology.

Elisabeth Meinecke | November 24, 2010

TSA administrator John Pistole told reporters on a conference call Tuesday that the TSA hasn’t changed anything yet as a result of the public outcry against its latest enhanced pat-downs.

Jonah Goldberg | November 24, 2010

From what my dad could tell, he liked Pope Benedict XVI, explaining, "We need more rocks in the river,"

Michael Reagan | November 24, 2010

The ghost of 9/11 terrorist Mohammed Atta is probably laughing out loud over what he accomplished when he and his fellow murderers drove airliners into the World Trade Center towers.

Tony Blankley | November 24, 2010

The administration's Afghanistan War policy seems to be settling into a dismal combination of confusion and cynicism.

Michael Medved | November 24, 2010

And should Republicans oblige?

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann | November 24, 2010

Does President Obama plan to move to the center in response to his overwhelming rejection at the polls on Nov. 2? No way!

Terry Jeffrey | November 24, 2010

Before it started inflicting full-body pat downs on passengers who declined to pass through full body scanners at some domestic airports, the Transportation Security Administration decided to allow some terrorists to board airplanes unscreened.

Ben Shapiro | November 24, 2010

Many commentators have compared the current war on Islamism to World War II.

David Harsanyi | November 24, 2010

Monetary policy is a complex and mystical business -- yet it was not, as far as I know, handed down from God to Moses to Alan Greenspan.

Jillian Bandes | November 24, 2010

It’s become a common refrain to say that the November elections were more of a rejection of Democrats than an endorsement for the Republicans.

Austin Bay | November 24, 2010

Why did North Korea lace a South Korean island with artillery fire this week, then threaten further escalation?

Kathryn Lopez | November 24, 2010

Sex sells, and the pope knows it.

Rich Galen | November 24, 2010

Please take a moment on Thanksgiving to say a Prayer of Thanks for those brave Americans in uniform.

Rich Tucker | November 24, 2010

There’s simply more quality sites on the internet these days.

Jacob Sullum | November 24, 2010

The main knock against Four Loko, which is less potent than Chardonnay, is that the caffeine masks the alcohol's effects.

Marybeth Hicks | November 24, 2010

Thanksgiving holds a special place in the hearts of all Americans.

Tue, Nov 23, 2010

Donald Lambro | November 23, 2010

The budget-cutting, debt-slashing proposals from the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility have drawn big yawns from Congress, President Obama and the nightly news.

Diana West | November 23, 2010

A few days ago, I got to do what many Americans would like to do -- ask Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano a thing or two.

Paul Greenberg | November 23, 2010

You'd think any country that had gone through hyperinflation would be aware of the dangers thereof.

Janet M. LaRue | November 23, 2010

It’s not hard to understand why the “writ of the Founders” is preserved in marble and the writ of Obama is fit for an Etch A Sketch.

Brian Birdnow | November 23, 2010

Two separate news reports this week heralded, once again, the arrival of China as a major player on the world stage.

Armstrong Williams | November 23, 2010

A lot of politicians on both sides of the aisle are calling for "reform" of education, but no one seems to know what "reform" really looks like.

Katie Pavlich | November 23, 2010

Sarah Palin’s new book, America By Heart, comes out today, and any American who believes in faith, family, love of country and even history, will enjoy reading it.

John Hawkins | November 23, 2010

Now, for something completely different, here are the 25 best quotes about liberals. Enjoy!

Thomas Sowell | November 23, 2010

No country has better airport security than Israel-- and no country needs it more, since Israel is the most hated target of Islamic extremist terrorists.

Byron York | November 23, 2010

An Iowa farmer tried to warn Attorney General Eric Holder on the risks of trying high-value foreign terrorism suspects in American civilian courts.

Chuck Norris | November 23, 2010

I know you'll join me in giving thanks this Thanksgiving for leaders like Gen. James Amos and all the rest of our service members around the world.

Mike Adams | November 23, 2010

It’s been awhile since I’ve written a column offering firearm recommendations.

David Limbaugh | November 23, 2010

Super-genius political science professor Charles H. Franklin of the University of Wisconsin, Madison recently gave loud voice to a widely held liberal belief: Ordinary Americans, especially conservative ones, are stupid.

Mona Charen | November 23, 2010

After 9/11, we were all under the impression that the newly created TSA would be particularly alert for certain kinds of behavior. Instead, we seem to have settled into a kind of bovine, tedious hunt for weapons.

Cal Thomas | November 23, 2010

At least one liberal writer is channeling Jimmy Carter, implying our best days are behind us and this version of the American dream is over.

Dennis Prager | November 23, 2010

According to polls -- Pew Research Center, the National Science Foundation -- and studies such as Professor Arthur Brooks' Gross National Happiness, conservative Americans are happier than liberal Americans.

Pat Buchanan | November 23, 2010

Before Republican senators vote down the strategic arms reduction treaty negotiated by the Obama administration, they should think long and hard about the consequences.

Debra J. Saunders | November 23, 2010

The latest controversy over Transportation Security Administration body scans and enhanced body pat-downs leaves no doubt: America truly is a nation of whiners.

Bill Murchison | November 23, 2010

Sarah Palin is the best thing that's happened lately to the right and the left, both at the same time.

Larry Kudlow | November 23, 2010

I recently sat down with George W. Bush to discuss his new book. With the greatest respect to the former president, he and I disagreed on a number of issues, and let each other know about it.

Douglas MacKinnon | November 23, 2010

Once, present and now future Sen. Lisa Murkowski should be congratulated on her ability to cobble together the needed collection of less-than-altruistic corporate types, lobbyists and seemingly endless $100,000 contributions to overwhelm Tea Party political neophyte Joe Miller and win her write-in campaign.

Bobby Jindal | November 23, 2010

In the wake of Republicans’ takeover of the House, many pundits are convinced that the federal government will be at a stalemate for the next two years, unable to get anything done. I believe we can—and should—do better.

Mon, Nov 22, 2010

Paul Greenberg | November 22, 2010

Hard times, good times, they alternate. But faith persists in the American character. For that reason Thanksgiving may be the most American of holidays.

Paul Kengor | November 22, 2010

George W. Bush is an interesting man with a complicated presidency that most Americans-going into Bush's final year of office-deemed a failure. At one point, Bush had the worst approval/disapproval rating since Gallup began measuring. His record on domestic policy and foreign policy, on the economy and Iraq, on Katrina and the War on Terror, engenders much heated debate.

Rich Galen | November 22, 2010

If you live in Washington, DC and follow the local Major League Baseball team - the Nationals - you know a little something about slumps.

Michael Barone | November 22, 2010

Is there any chance we can come to grips with our short-term and long-term fiscal problems -- the huge current federal budget deficit and the huge looming increases in entitlement spending?

Mike Adams | November 22, 2010

In 2000, I embarked on an intellectual journey, which would lead back to a place where I had been most happy as a child.

Star Parker | November 22, 2010

There are now 41 House members in the Congressional Black Caucus. In the most recent elections, 37 of them ran as incumbents, and all regained their seats handily despite the average poverty rate in their districts being 20.3%.

Terry Paulson | November 22, 2010

How can America invent a more innovative and profitable future without a quality education system?

Joseph C. Phillips | November 22, 2010

For years, American taxpayers have been sold on a triad of public policy fixes for public education.

Bruce Bialosky | November 22, 2010

Many people in the Republican Party wonder why the majority of Jews continue to vote Democratic.

Frank Gaffney | November 22, 2010

It is a sad, and potentially fatal, fact that most Americans know virtually nothing about the United States military. That astounding reality is all the more incredible given that our very survival ultimately depends on the men and women in uniform who defend this country.

Janice Shaw Crouse | November 22, 2010

According to the latest Census report, the number of cohabiting couples escalated from 6.7 million in 2009 to 7.5 million just one year later in 2010.

Sun, Nov 21, 2010

David Stokes | November 21, 2010

Just 12 years old when the 34th President of the United States retired to his beloved Pennsylvania farm, David Eisenhower was uniquely positioned to observe what it was like to become a former President of the United States.

Salena Zito | November 21, 2010

A little over a month after Barack Obama took the oath as president, and with Democrats dominating Congress, U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas stood before the House Republican conference at a fundraising dinner in Washington.

Austin Hill | November 21, 2010

First, let me be clear about this: Contrary to the growing consensus, I am still not convinced that President Obama is destined to be a one-term President.

Steve Chapman | November 21, 2010

Barely a week has passed since the thumping Republican victory in congressional elections, and Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell is enjoying the chance to reveal how the GOP will use its new power.

Ken Connor | November 21, 2010

As Congress' lame duck session gets underway, the nation is watching to see if the Democrats will attempt to capitalize on their last few weeks of hegemony before a huge shift in power occurs. Foremost on the agenda are the soon-to-expire Bush tax cuts. Happily for the middle class, there appears to be universal agreement that those cuts should be extended. The real contention lies with the question of whether or not to extend tax cuts to those Americans earning over $250,000 a year.

Gary Beckner | November 21, 2010

Despite record level spending, students from 16 countries are outperforming their American counterparts.

Paul Jacob | November 21, 2010

There are a lot of ugly truths to be told about America's favorite welfare state program. Who will dare tell them... before it's too late?

Kevin McCullough | November 21, 2010

President Obama and the TSA have a fundamental problem. They treat all Americans as though we are all terrorists.