Prior to the Israel-PA direct negotiations, a high-ranking administration official briefed the media on what to expect. Here, a summary of the most interesting points.
One way or another, Absolut Victory will be declared tonight.
Let's hope the Israel-PA direct talks don't even get off the ground, as they inevitably will end in violence.
While defying common sense, a Yemeni citizen carrying mock bombs and $7,000 in cash apparently does not defy TSA security. (Updated at 1:50 PM PDT/4:50 PM EDT.)
We will never have a limited government until we have a culture that allows for one. (And don't miss Roger Kimball: "Things the U.S. government could do without.")
Where are the flotillas protesting the PA's version of apartheid?
This tactic points in only one direction: allowing an EPA power grab.
Russia Today thinks of Stalin as a romantic poet, and terminates reporters who won’t toe the Kremlin’s party line, but that hasn't stopped the TV network from being nominated for an Emmy Award.
An update to this morning's estimate of the crowd at Glenn Beck's DC rally.
People in the country illegally should be apprehended and deported by authorities, not beaten and killed by thugs.
Since the Agassi-Sampras era, Americans have given tennis the cold shoulder even as the sport has gone through a golden age. With the US Open starting this week, it’s time to get reacquainted with a sport we once loved.
How many people showed up for Saturday's "Restoring Honor" rally? If you listen to the legacy media, you'll never know. (Related: Don't miss Ed Driscoll on "Subliminal Reduction at the Washington Post.")
Despite what progressives preach, individual freedom is always the quickest path to domestic stability.
Things are complicated for Illinois Democrats in the race for the U.S. Senate seat to fill the unexpired term of Barack Obama.
A string of arson fires and material found during an arrest point to "animal rights" groups now being willing to kill for their goals.
Ed talks with Angelo Codevilla about his epic article, "America's Ruling Class." The Trifecta gang wonder if the GOP has a roadmap to November; Roger and Lionel wonder if Hollywood has a roadmap away from Obama. Plus Austin Bay on Iraq. Hosted by Steve Green, the VodkaPundit!
Tiny Azerbaijan, a majority Muslim nation, has taken a risky stand by befriending Israel despite attempts by Iran and Russia to destabilize her.
Free people cannot be both free and dependent.
Five astounding things The One has taught us so far.
Free enterprise had nothing to do with the U.S. getting to the moon ahead of the Russians.
Protecting the rights of active duty military to have their vote counted is apparently not a priority for this administration.
Having a different vision of what America should be doesn't make President Obama less of an American than anyone else.
Races to fill the unexpired terms of Biden and Obama might make the difference in thwarting Harry Reid's plans to ram through a big government agenda during the lame-duck session after the elections.
Fully 79% of voters believe government deficits could destroy the American Dream.