The very process the Democrats used to pass legislation could be denied Republicans to amend that same legislation next year, even if Republicans regain the House and Senate in November.
Two weeks in Israel gave me optimism about what is happening on the ground, away from the radical Palestinian leadership.
Whatever happens, I’ll plan to be in charge of my own destiny. I won’t be looking to a “lightbringer” or “messiah” or “The One” to solve my problems.
Goldwater's comments 20 years ago regarding the decline of the USSR are relevant to Obama's orchestration of America's slide.
The firm's Russia website proclaims financial support for Putin's virulently racist youth group.
If they can do it, why can't we?
Congressional Dems can't pass leftist legislation between the election and the swearing-in without a few Republican votes.
AC made D.C. much too comfortable. I'd prefer someplace the congressmen can't stand to be.
Why do top MSA leaders keep joining terror groups and involving themselves in terror plots?
The "Internet Kills Israeli PR" video: funny, timely, with a beat you can dance to. Can Israel's spokespeople compete in a YouTube age? (Also read Michael Totten: "Israel Through Israeli Eyes.")
Western governments have secured the survival and stability of a revolutionary terrorist Islamist regime that is dedicated to destroying their interests.
Generating so much information that no one person can digest it all, the post-9/11 intelligence business is an endless maze of bloated bureaucracy — one that does not necessarily keep America safer or more secure.
Scott Brown has changed the equation regarding conservatives in Massachusetts, and Sean Bielat may present a Frank challenge.
Why many non-Western Muslims reject the 9/11 mosque, while Western Muslims insist on it.
No crisis should ever be allowed to slip by without calls for greater public expenditure of doubtful worth, and the Gulf oil spill crisis is no exception to this golden rule of bureaucratic opportunism.
A class of radicals who live off charitable donations and devote their lives to spreading ideology has expanded its reach all the way to the White House.
The excess pay and benefits are outrageous — and unaffordable.
As the United States begins the process of nationalizing its health care, Great Britain has begun to decentralize and privatize much of its system.
The project threatens to send a message of weakness to Islamists the world over, warns Dr. Zuhdi Jasser in an exclusive interview with PJM.
There's no escaping the conclusion that whites and Hispanics see SB 1070 — and the immigration problem — very differently.
Are modern policies of appeasement encouraging Islamic extremists? Will we pay the price for Obama's cowardice? Find out as Bill Whittle gets fired up on this edition of Afterburner. (Special to PJM readers: Submit your questions to Bill here for a follow-up interview on PJTV!)
If we do not change our approach toward his aggressive regime, we know one thing: the killing of Americans and South Koreans will continue.
The real red line is not fueling the reactor but Russia’s delivery of anti-aircraft missiles to Iran.
Americans must demand government transparency as a corollary to the broader principle that a properly limited government should be our servant, not our master—as the Founders intended.
The race to replace retiring Senator Chris Dodd in the Nutmeg State features a likable "champion of the people" vs. a female executive with very deep pockets.