Think you'll have a real choice between private insurance and a nationalized health system? Think again. (Also read Richard Fernandez: Getting Better)
A new lawsuit by an Army Reserve major has reinvigorated the discussion, though the conspiracy theories remain far-fetched.
Ironically, it has been the expansion of the Jewish settlements driving the Palestinians to the negotiating table.
Join Vodkapundit Steve Green as he airs selected highlights from PJTV's three hour health care special — and much more, including James Lileks and Andrew Klavan.
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington — and beyond:
- Steve on the cancellation of the F-22 Raptor program.
- James Lileks on Apple’s surprising profitability.
- From this week’s three hour special on PJTV.com, PJTV co-hosts Bill Whittle, Joe Hicks, and Sonia Schmidt discuss President Obama’s health care reform initiatives.
- Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit.com interviews Republican Whip Eric Cantor, and Congressman and MD Tom Price on health care reform.
- PJ Media CEO Roger L. Simon interviews Rep. Roy Blunt on health care reform.
- Novelist, screenwriter and Pajamas Express blogger Andrew Klavan calls for greater tolerance for gay rights — or as he satirically titled his video at PJTV, “Eek! Gay People!”
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
Watch PJTV’s complete health care coverage here.
Secretary Clinton in India proves that the Obama administration has its priorities mixed up.
Like most police officers, I can sympathize with the cop who finds himself at the center of a racial firestorm. (Also read Roger Kimball: Calibrating Your Equivocation)
Which economic policies can defeat recessions? And which are doomed to prolong them?
Earlier this month, a Swiss assisted-suicide clinic helped a healthy man die with his terminal wife.
It actually increases the very thing it pretends to oppose.
Every single desire and concern of the American people is met by Obama's miraculous proposal.
a href=”http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203517304574306533556532364.html”Peggy Noonan in the WSJ:/abr /br /blockquoteThe White House misread the national mood. The problem isn’t that they didn’t “bend the curve,” or didn’t sell it right. The problem is that the national mood has changed since the president was elected. Back then the mood was “change is for the good.” But that altered as the full implications of the financial crash seeped in. The crash gave everyone a diminished sense of their own margin for error. It gave them a diminished sense of their country’s margin for error. Americans are not in a chance-taking mood. They’re not in a spending mood, not after the unprecedented spending of the past year, from the end of the Bush era through the first six months of Obama. Here the Congressional Budget Office report that a health care bill would not save money but would instead cost more than a trillion dollars in the next decade was decisive. People say bureaucrats never do anything. The bureaucrats of CBO might have killed health care./blockquotebr /br /I must say that I have little (okay, almost no) faith in bureaucrats but in this case, the CBO rose to the occasion and we should give credit where credit is due.
Should the Islamic Circle of North America's promotion and financial support of jihad count as free speech?
As Canada and Australia seek broad surveillance powers over the web, an Obama advisor wants to eliminate "destructive falsehoods" online.
The stench of panic is now widespread in Iran.
Your money or your life? Socialized health care, quite literally, takes both.
As global warming alarmists lose ground, the wire service engages in open advocacy.
During the campaign, Obama made it a point to reassure centrists on taxes, defense, energy, and spending. Once he stopped, his standing in Congress and the polls began dropping.
Republicans channel Bill Clinton and talk of "third way" in health care reform. (Watch PJTV's virtual health care forum here.)
If confirmed by the prosecutor, this would be the ninth such murder since 1999.
The indomitable spirit of exploration goes hand in hand with risk taking.
Obama has changed the sales pitch to focus on costs, but the plan is the same: trade a cost problem for an access disaster. (Watch PJTV's virtual health care forum here.)
Do the police really owe the Harvard professor an apology?