What it was like with the press gaggle not privileged enough to be invited inside for the "Next Big Thing" in tech.
Roger L. Simon recalls his one attempt to meet the famed recluse, who just died at age 91.
Jobs come first. Mr. President, let's put America back to work.
A direct admission of defeat by a once invincible political warrior.
Does the attorney general have the constitutional authority to transfer prisoners from military to civilian jurisdiction, or to order the military to hand over the prisoners to civilian authorities?
When even normally reserved Justice Alito mouths the words "not true," you know the president has a problem with the truth. (See also Stephen Green: "Post-SOTU Post")
It's becoming clearer to many that the mass movement aimed at regime change in Iran is truly that.
A former IDF medic praises the tremendous capabilities on display in Haiti, and wishes they only ever had to be in the business of lifesaving.
Those who lament that Democrats can't get anything done ignore the genius of the Constitution's roadblocks to a "tyranny of the majority."
The voting statistics of elected Democratic officials are simply astounding.
James Cameron's depiction of Americans as vile oppressors practically invites terrorists to take up arms against the U.S.
But we need a budget proposal that tackles the broken entitlement programs. This is hardly a baby step.
It does seem odd that Hillary wasn't there, doesn't it?
President Obama makes his first State of the Union speech tonight. Vodkapundit's Stephen Green is ready — martinis in hand. (See also Richard Fernandez: "The State of the Union Speech")
The instances of medical malpractice are so numerous that making it more difficult to sue the greedy incompetents who perpetrate these crimes should be prevented.
Like the Dutch filmmaker on NWA Flight 253 and the video clerk near Fort Dix, a Quick Chek employee steps up to the front lines in the war on terror. (See also Phyllis Chesler: "The Terrorism Quiz")
Another remarkable undercover photo shoot from Zombie, who attended Saturday's Walk for Life.
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Healthy science is not a list of orthodox beliefs, but more like an endless, running debating club.
As predictable as clockwork, the Obama three-step begins. (See also Roger L. Simon: "Obama the Speechmaker vs. Jobs the CEO")
The on-air rescue of a struggling dog was a wonderful display of humanity.
Explaining a freeze on spending that isn't and trying to convince a skeptical public he has the answers on creating jobs will be the president's top priorities. (See also Michael Ledeen: "The Real State of the Union: Fear")
His political career may have come back down to earth, but his view of himself sure hasn't.