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Backward ran the propaganda against Israel, until reeled the mind. Where it all ends, knows Time-Warner.
A new book details the next stages in the financial collapse of our economy, including the bursting of the enormous U.S. government debt bubble.
Leftist political groups have whipped the city into a furor over a killing that any reasonable person should conclude was an accident.
Prophets fall harder, especially when “we are the ones we’ve been waiting for” prove to be reflective of the Chicago way, the snooty ineptness of the Harvard lounge, and the shrill leftism of SEIU.
The idea that the campaign does not end with election is not new. But the lengths to which campaign imperatives are damaging governance have reached new lows.
Nancy Pelosi's take on gender issues represents a few steps backward for the West.
In hushed tones, the U.S., Europe, and sections of the Arab world support a military strike against Iran, and the perception is that Israel will be the subcontracted hit man.
Eric Holder’s Justice Department is lying about the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case. Why? (Click here to watch this edition of the Hicks File on PJTV.)
It would be relatively harmless to Iranian citizens, we have the resources to do it, and it worked exceptionally well in Iraq.
America and Robert Byrd grew to maturity together, changed together, and ultimately achieved a modicum of tolerance together.
Obama keeps blaming Republicans for lack of progress on immigration, but if the president wants to know who the culprit is, all he has to do is look in a mirror.
Following Monday's McDonald decision, gun ownership by law-abiding citizens is the new normal, and the Second Amendment is now normal constitutional law.
If a strong hurricane hits the slick, all bets are off on just how bad the damage might be.
References to the Koran are all-but-missing from "COIN," our counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan. In contrast, 150 years ago, Alexis de Tocqueville knew better.
As the Shalit family sets out on a major public campaign, Israel debates whether to meet Hamas' painful price for the kidnapped soldier's freedom.
The new Russian intelligence agency plays some old tricks once again; old goals live on.
The high court has decided it’s time for the people of Chicago to protect themselves.
Is the government illegally requiring states to spend up to $10,000 for each road sign advertising stimulus projects? Why do private firms claim a sign should cost significantly less?
Get ready for the mother of all narrative struggles: the left will be eager to whitewash Byrd’s horrific legacy, which includes a stint in the KKK, filibustering the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and opposing both Thurgood Marshall and Clarence Thomas.
Orwell once said, "To see what is in front of one's nose needs a constant struggle." Making sense of both Iran's wars by proxy, and the internal war of the regime against its citizens doubly so.
Tea party activists are on a roll at the ballot box which bodes well for the election of responsible conservatives in November.
PJM Exclusive: Unequal Law Enforcement Reigns at Obama’s DOJ (UPDATED: Adams Discusses this Article on Fox News)
Earlier this month, I resigned from the DOJ after bringing the New Black Panther voter intimidation case. Longstanding biases within the Civil Rights Division are hostile to a race-neutral enforcement of some civil rights laws. (Click here for Adams on PJTV.) (Update: PJM will continue to update this story.)
David Ben-Gurion's policy of reaching out to Islamic states on the periphery of the Middle East — Iran and Turkey, among them — is now inoperative as Israel must adapt to new realities in the region.