Britain released al-Megrahi to complete an oil deal. As he murdered 180 Americans, his release occurring without Obama first being consulted is highly unlikely.
The writer describes Islam's mandatory subjugation of women (via the burqa, hijab, etc.) as sexy and liberating.
The world's tyrants are busy fueling their killing machines, while Western leaders downplay their activities as they call for “engagement.”
Thought Obama was a transparent candidate and what we saw is what we got? Not exactly. The learning curve has been steep.
To find out what's going on at Langley, unusual measures are necessary. Get out the Ouija board.
Rallying against war and Republicans: good. Rallying against socialized medicine and Democrats: bad.
The politicization of the ritual surrounding Senator Kennedy's burial was crass.
Opponents of socialized medicine would be wise to focus on the big picture, rather than the specifics of individual bills.
Like the real Beatles themselves, everything about “The Beatles: Rock Band” screams first-class project.
Despite the cruel crackdown and tribunals, the unrest and protests continue.
They're getting it wrong on the reasons why the president is losing the debate.
Can the automaker repair its image with smart advertising?
A key government official tells PJM how gun smugglers are countering Obama's ATF push along the border.
By understanding the roots and motivations of jihad, we can begin crafting strategies to defeat it.
Obama is fully invested — as is Chavez, Ahmadinejad, and bin Laden — in old KGB lies about CIA "imperialism." The realities of the post-Cold War world are causing them problems. (This is part six of a series. Read parts one, two, three, four, and five.)
The forces that led to the 1963 destruction of New York's iconic railroad station are far more complex than its use as a subplot in the third season of Mad Men can do justice.
Vodkapundit Stephen Green looks back at Ted Kennedy's brief, surprising role as a deregulator, Glenn Reynolds discusses SWAT raids gone wrong, and Ed Driscoll interviews Steve Hayward on the high and low points of the Age of Reagan. Plus Lileks!
The Jaycee Dugard case shows us that the U.S. isn't immune from the kind of horrors perpetrated by Austrian monster Josef Fritzl.
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Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington — and beyond:
- Steve and Ed look back at the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s ability to cross the aisle to help pass legislation, and his surprising role in transportation deregulation in the late 1970s.
- Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit.com interviews Radley Balko of Reason magazine on wrong door SWAT raids and the injustice of the justice system.
- James Lileks on a new Mideast peace proposal announced by England’s Guardian.
- Ed Driscoll interviews Steven F. Hayward about The Conservative Counterrevolution: 1980-1989, the recently released second volume of his Age of Reagan series.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
Do 40 years of legislative achievement outweigh a dissolute life of hedonistic excess?
European newspapers that have accused Israel of stealing organs and creating swine flu are just the tip of an ugly iceberg.
Despite being down on current leadership, NY voters still seem to prefer finding a new set of Democrats to the GOP field.
A couple of reports surface claiming the president has already decided to abandon Poland and the Czech Republic.