This grotesque and inhumane policy is currently supported by the Canadian government.
This Passover season the struggle for Jewish survival persists as a modern-day Pharaoh, with a hardened heart, sits in the White House. (Also read Phyllis Chesler: A Passover Greeting)
What is Kennedy Jr. thinking suing zero-discharge hog farms for ... discharge? Perhaps his trial lawyers can answer.
Science proves it: women from more "civilized" — read "liberal" — countries like men with low testosterone. But will the he-men go quietly?
Noted classicist VDH feels the new Spartacus series falls short — and suggests some alternatives.
a href=”http://www.boston.com/news/education/higher/articles/2010/03/28/fifty_thousand_dollars/”A college education/a now costing over 200,000 (via a href=”http://nalert.blogspot.com/2010/03/50000-number-of-colleges-in-region-that.html”Newsalert/a).
a href=”http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2010-03-25-homeless_N.htm”Apartment rents cheaper than stays in homeless shelters./a Have you noticed whenever government gets involved, costs go up to unimaginable rates? I can only imagine what will happen to our health care.
The good doctor explains why European intellectuals surrender to barbarism.
The first euthanasia patient under the new health care program is apt to be the federal government itself.
The "collapse" of the AR-15 market: wishful thinking or pure fantasy?
The transportation secretary wants you to ride a bike to work to stop the "warming." Does he realize that humans, while exercising, are CO2 factories? (Also read Claudia Rosett: UN Recruits George Soros to Help With Climate Financing)
More liberal media voices pull the "dual loyalty" card.
The good Dr. Dalrymple calls in from France to speak with Ed Driscoll about his latest book. (The unedited version of the interview which aired Saturday on Pajamas' weekly show on Sirius-XM's POTUS channel.)
While the U.S. can play nice with Iran, the New York Times asserts the administration has to get even tougher with Israel. Has the Times forgotten who in the region are our friends?
Did Ann Coulter have a point when she recommended camels over airplanes?
Israel is thoroughly united against Obama, but Netanyahu's willingness to categorize parts of Israel as having less status than Jerusalem is dangerous. (See also Roger L. Simon: How not to make Middle East peace)
Iran claims Israel has "terror brigades" after the assassination of Hamas operative al-Mabhouh. But no mention of the 30 years of terror attacks inflicted by Iran.
Adam Baldwin from Full Metal Jacket, plus author Theodore Dalrymple, who calls in from France, and Jonathan Tobin of Commentary on Teddy Roosevelt. Hosted by the Vodkapundit, Steve Green!
By additional taxes and fees, and by sliding subsidies, ObamaCare introduces powerful incentives against job creation, personal success — and marriage. Is this really good for America?
Ed Driscoll talks with the co-star of NBC's Chuck, and Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket, in the unedited interview from this week's PJM Political.
Misleading headlines in other media notwithstanding, the SS hitman Heinrich Boere stands a good chance of living out his life in comfortable retirement.
Susannah Breslin over at True/Slant has a a href=”http://trueslant.com/susannahbreslin/2010/03/26/are-men-better-bloggers-than-women/”post entitled span style=”font-style:italic;”Are men better bloggers than women?/span/a This is in response to another article asking why bloggers are usually men. Are they? I don’t think so. Anyway, Breslin categorizes female bloggers into three categories:br /br /blockquoteFor the most part, I’ve found, women bloggers fall into three categories: “mommybloggers,” “ladybloggers,” and “women who blog like men.” The first category includes those who have made careers out of writing about the perils of raising a family, being married, and getting stuff off the kitchen floor. The second category includes the group of blogs that self-describe as “feminist” and which seem to have decided that blogging about purportedly widespread sexism and instances of misogyny in our pop culture a neo-feminist movement makes (NB: it doesn’t). The third category includes those few women who blog about politics, technology, and other more “male” topics with a scathing wit and piercing gaze that put their male blogger rivals to shame.br //blockquotebr /Hmm, not sure which one I am. I’m a mom but don’t blog about kids much, a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615112234?ie=UTF8tag=wwwviolentkicomlinkCode=as2camp=1789creative=9325creativeASIN=0615112234″unless they are violent/aimg src=”http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=wwwviolentkicoml=as2o=1a=0615112234″ width=”1″ height=”1″ border=”0″ alt=”" style=”border:none !important; margin:0px !important;” / and I want to discuss their psychology. I blog about relationships and misandry, not about misogyny. I like blogging about politics but am not sure I “blog like a man” whatever that means. According to Breslin, blogging like a man has something to do with blogging on current events, heated debates, racy subjects, and avoiding feelings and relationships. I hope/think this blog blends both of these topics. We discuss relationships and feelings, but often in relation to justice, the law or politics. And yes, there are often heated debates, which I enjoy. br /br /Does that make me an androgynous blogger?
Tune in each Saturday to Sirus-XM’s POTUS channel (#110 on Sirius, #130 on XM) at (all times eastern) 6:00 am, 12:00 pm, 6:00 pm, and Sunday at midnight (also eastern time zone) for the weekly edition of PJ Media’s PJM Political.
If you missed this week’s show, click below to listen:
Join host Steve Green of VodkaPundit.com for a snapshot of Washington, Hollywood, and beyond:
- PJM Political producer Ed Driscoll speaks with Adam Baldwin. Baldwin is the the co-star of NBC’s Chuck TV series, Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1987 film Full Metal Jacket, frequent Big Hollywood contributor, and daily Twitter user.
- Theodore Dalrymple stops by to discuss his latest book, The New Vichy Syndrome: Why European Intellectuals Surrender to Barbarism. Dalrymple, a prolific British journalist much beloved by American conservatives and libertarians, is a scholar with the Manhattan Institute, and frequently contributes to their quarterly magazine, City Journal.
- Jonathan Tobin, executive editor of Commentary magazine, discusses his article in the March issue, titled “Smearing Theodore Roosevelt.” For a president carved into Mount Rushmore, Teddy Roosevelt’s reputation has certainly come under quite a bit of fire recently, from both the left and the right. Tobin will explain why all of the historical revisionism regarding TR’s record is occurring.
- Taken from PJTV’s Poliwood, PJ Media’s CEO Roger L. Simon is joined by fellow Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd, to explore the new “history” TV series that Oliver Stone will be producing for Showtime. Blue Horseshoe goes back and to the left, back and to the left, to further process history through the Play Doh Fun Factory of historical revisionism.
- Produced by Ed Driscoll.
The interviews with Baldwin and Dalrymple were both edited to fit the show’s running time on Sirius-XM. Click here and scroll under this post for their full length versions, and keep scrolling for hours of additional audio archives. And tune in to PJ Media’s PJTV.com for video coverage throughout the week.
As taken from Saturday’s edition of PJM Political on Sirius-XM’s POTUS channel, here’s show producer Ed Driscoll’s interview with Adam Baldwin. Baldwin is the the co-star of NBC’s Chuck TV series, Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1987 film Full Metal Jacket, frequent Big Hollywood contributor, and daily Twitter user:
For the complete edition of this week’s edition of PJM Political, click here, and keep scrolling for hours of audio coverage. And tune in to PJ Media’s PJTV.com for video coverage throughout the week.