The New Black Panther case? That type of behavior didn't just happen on Election Day. It was rampant during the Democratic primaries. (Update: Don't miss Joe Hicks's new interview with the filmmaker of the documentary on PJTV.com.)
Neither military action nor concessions are going to work entirely, but recognizing you have enemies is the first step in dealing with the problem.
If Americans are saddened by Hitchens’ illness, it’s not only because he has cancer. It’s because one of the few journalists in the country still able and willing to cross the political divide has cancer.
Why a working mom thinks she can beat career politician Lloyd Doggett in such a heavily blue district.
We should treat them all just like known mafia members; we don't have the evidence to send them to prison just yet, but we'll keep the FBI constantly on their tail.
It takes the Congress and the president to enact or to change laws; the president can't do it alone and neither can an administrative agency.
The recent controversy over the cancer drug Avastin highlights the dangers inherent in government-run health care that can only be avoided by repealing ObamaCare.
There is plenty of available, verifiable information that belongs in the GZM debate.
The Department of Transportation did require the signs on stimulus projects ... at least until Rep. Darrell Issa and PJM pointed it out.
Stigmatizing opposition and appealing to emotion is all the left ever had, as they certainly can't point to facts.
As an African American Muslim convert for nearly a quarter century, I believe I’ve earned the right to weigh in on the bitter controversy surrounding the proposed mosque at Ground Zero. (Also read Claudia Rosett: "And Now, Daisy Khan’s $12,000 Taxpayer-Funded Trip to the UAE.")
The key to everything Obama does is that he truly is a committed, 99-44/100ths pure progressive. And when a man only reads one century-old playbook, his options are extremely limited.
A response to Lee Smith, who says that the former House speaker is wrong to mention sharia, since it is a “hopelessly abstract concept” and an “Orientalist fantasy.”
Worst economic slogan since Herbert Hoover — for what really is the worst economy since Herbert Hoover.
The U.S. ranks right between Red China and Hugo’s Venezuela as a Castro business partner.
A rematch from last year's special election to fill the seat of the late John Murtha between GOP hopeful Tim Burns and the incumbent Democrat Mark Critz will turn on jobs and energy issues.
Is it fair to say, as Armond White of the New York Press recently claimed, "that Roger Ebert destroyed film criticism"? (Update: And don't miss Ed Driscoll on "Springtime for Ebert.")
Manute, Spud, and Muggsy as metaphors: bouncing some ideas around.
Glenn Reynolds, Arthur C. Brooks and Joel Kotkin on Big Government in DC and CA, Jennifer Rubin and James Lileks on the Ground Zero Mosque. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Steve Green.
Barack Obama should go to Baghdad at the end of this month and state that the seven-year conflict to free Iraq from tyranny has been won.
The list of vulnerable House Democrats is growing while GOP chances for a takeover brighten on the Senate side.
J Street representatives met with the Obama administration frequently during the flare-up resulting from Joe Biden's visit to Israel. (Update: Don't miss Bill Whittle's new interview with Ben-David on PJTV.com.)
Muslim immigrants want to start from the premise that Australia is a "racist" country and not a fit place to raise children. (Also read Richard Fernandez: "The Australian Elections.")
Incumbent Democrat Tom Perriello is in critical danger, but Republican Robert Hunt has run afoul of local tea party activists due to his past support for tax increases.