The Perfect Democrat?

How to win in Oklahoma if you're not a Republican.

Oct 25, 2004, Vol. 10, No. 07 • By BETH HENARY



A Facelift for Title IX?

The Department of Education is tweaking the law to encourage single-sex schools.

12:00 AM, May 10, 2002

Sporting Women

At play in the fields of Title IX.

Apr 29, 2002, Vol. 7, No. 32

Affirmative Action for Ogres

On Sunday the first Oscar for Best Animated Film will be awarded. Will it jumpstart the next generation of animation, or create a cartoon ghetto?

10:00 AM, Mar 22, 2002

Mother and Father Know Best

A new role for Bush's Health and Human Service's Department.

Mar 4, 2002, Vol. 7, No. 24

Curtain Time

A sensitivity debate engulfs Indiana University; Bobby Knight is not involved.

11:01 PM, Feb 19, 2002

Happy V-Day

A college newspaper is forced to choose between Valentine's Day and Eve Ensler's "Vagina Monologues."

11:01 PM, Feb 13, 2002

It's Not Dead Yet . . .

A civil union bill in California is on hold. But while opponents of virtual gay marriage celebrate, its advocates are planning their next move.

11:01 PM, Jan 31, 2002

A Bad Idea Dies

Public pressure and the threat of legal action scuttles the multicultural fire department memorial.

7:30 PM, Jan 18, 2002

The Rise of Nuisance Theory

A new class of lawsuits is being used to go after gun manufacturers based on the theory that firearms are being deliberately marketed to criminals.

11:01 PM, Jan 13, 2002

Identity Politics at Ground Zero

Feminists and multi-culturalists return to the national discourse with a disgraceful display.

11:01 PM, Jan 9, 2002

The Next Racial Preference

Determined to get around state laws barring racial preferences, administrators at Texas A&M have rigged a new scheme.

11:01 PM, Dec 20, 2001

And the Band Played On

While Hollywood dithers, the music industry has produced a load of patriotic hits in the months since September 11.

11:01 PM, Dec 10, 2001

Santa vs. Montgomery County

The town of Kensington, Maryland, has decided to get rid of Santa Claus this year. And it might not even be a scandal.

11:01 PM, Nov 28, 2001

Operation Enduring Patriotism

Most people think kids should be taught more about our founding documents. Bob Schulz says there ought to be a law.

11:01 PM, Nov 14, 2001

The New Face of the GOP

Edgar Gonzalez is a Republican running for the Virginia state legislature. His candidacy is a sign of his party's new commitment to diversity.

11:01 PM, Nov 5, 2001

Gay Marriage by Any Other Name . . .

In California the supporters of gay marriage move ahead with two new bills. Only Proposition 22 stands in their way.

11:01 PM, Oct 28, 2001

A Phony Partisanship

After months of delay, drug czar nominee John Walters finally gets a hearing and Democrats no longer seem serious about opposing him.

12:00 AM, Oct 11, 2001

Feminists v. The Taliban

Professional feminists had a spotty record during the last decade, but they've been reliable on Afghanistan's misogynistic rulers.

12:01 AM, Oct 8, 2001

Earlier Articles ››

The Weekly Standard Archives

Browse 19 Years of the Weekly Standard

Old covers

Recent Blog Posts