In a certain way we could look upon Gore as a joke, had not his ideas so permeated the culture.
A small, upstate New York town would welcome Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his fellow 9/11 plotters, but is Guantanamo back in play as a trial venue?
A popular U.S. senator and an incumbent governor headline a close race, but a feisty conservative activist is gaining ground. (And don't miss "Roger L. Simon Shooting with Gov. Rick Perry.")
A new ad encourages young people to withhold sex from all who oppose socialized medicine.
From Ellie Light to President Obama to Quentin Tarantino, Pajamas' weekly podcast, hosted by Vodkapundit Stephen Green, takes you around the world (and then some!) in 55 minutes.
For our listeners who also tune in to us on Sirius-XM, you’ve noticed we’ve not been heard in our usual spot this week. We’re on a short vacation while we finalize our 2010 arrangements; we’ll be back on Sirius-XM’s POTUS Channel in a week or two. So please check our website for word of our 2010 schedule.
In the meantime, don’t miss this exclusive podcast-only edition of this week’s show:
Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington, Israel, and Hollywood:
- “She” is obviously no John Galt, but PJTV’s Trifecta asks who is “Ellie Light”, and what does it say about the president when his last diehard supporter just might be a cyberbot?
- Steve, Bill Whittle and Scott Ott postmortem President Obama’s State of the Union address, with plenty of soundbites from the president, and plenty of snark from the gang.
- In a segment from PJTV.com’s Middle East Update, Whittle asks Caroline Glick, deputy managing editor of the Jerusalem Post how well the SOTU played in Israel.
- PJM Political then takes a break from the horrors of the real world to debate the blood-soaked fantasies of Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds, via PJTV’s Poliwood, with PJ Media CEO Roger L. Simon, and his fellow Academy Award-winning screenwriter, Lionel Chetwynd.
- While Basterds at least knows who the good guys and bad guys were in World War II, that isn’t always the case with Hollywood. As Andrew Klavan explains, culture in Hollywood has become a place where the conservative facts of life are magically turned into liberal fantasies. From JFK conspiracy theories to murderous evangelical Christians, can you spot the difference between “culture” and reality? Andrew can.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
What is it about tablet computers that have long made them so appealing?
(And don't miss "Beyond the iPad Hype" by Edgelings' Scott Budman for a contrarian take.)
An FDR-style bank run bespeaks of the slow descent of the Iranian state into the inferno.
What has social conservatives so concerned about the upcoming McDonald v. Chicago decision?
The mainstream media were the victors in their ideological fight against conservatism.
Invited to a tea party debate on climate change, AGW supporters opt out of participating — and quite rudely.
Why are we looking at huge, multibillion-dollar facilities in the first place? It’s not like other options don’t exist.
The space agency will give up plans to go to the moon and concentrate instead on technology development programs for missions beyond low-earth orbit.
The culture of racial excuses in education rallies for a comeback.
On almost every key issue, what President Obama says he will do, and what he says is true, is a clear guide to what he will not do, and what is not true.
a href=”http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/years/2010/0128101cigs1.html”I thought fake rape charges were a myth./a
The president told us a lot about the state of Obama on Wednesday night, but did he clarify anything important about the state of America?
A man arrested by two LAPD officers admits to fabricating a video he peddled to KTTV.
Those confined to cages enjoy longer, healthier lives.
The GOP chairman hopes to build on his strategy of invading Democratic strongholds like New Jersey and Massachusetts.
I’m not accusing all Republicans of holding the same views as Andre Bauer (R-SC), but I haven’t heard many cries of outrage or calls for disavowal.
What did Obama mean when he finally declared that we are "at war"?
From Iraq to Afghanistan to Gitmo, there is something oddly familiar about President Obama's approach.
Joseph D'Aleo and Anthony Watts release a 110-page report on the terrible state of surface temperature data — and on how NOAA and NASA are as guilty as CRU.