The continuing DOJ refusal to allow attorney Christopher Coates to testify on the case results in a heated Commission hearing.
Just who or what stands behind the WikiLeaks façade? Some clues are to be found in Germany.
Under freedom, good ideas, by virtue of conforming to reality, can succeed and support themselves. Conversely, bad ideas, when left alone, tend to wither and fail.
Economic recovery on a local scale, whether in Los Angeles, Oakland, or St. Louis, is largely dependent on the willingness of citizens to live and spend money there.
Has the White House used the government's power to propagandize for political gain? (Click here for PJTV's Allen Barton on this report.)
Just weeks after the global media outrage over Israeli "crimes against humanity" in Gaza, the mainstream media is keeping strangely silent over allegations that Turkey is using chemical weapons against its own citizens in Kurdistan.
NOAA and GISS claim a warm Arctic region made this June a record-breaker. They don't have a single thermometer in the Arctic!
Larkin on jobs and the fear of unemployment.
A way for those behind the Ground Zero mosque to show "mutual recognition and respect."
In some areas children are now in class, greeted by plenty of other (expensive) changes that contribute nothing to education.
The past and future of TV: From Christiane Amanpour’s rocky start as the new host of ABC’s This Week to YouTube and ubiquitous personal video cameras, and how they’re changing both politics and personal lives. Plus John Yoo and James Lileks stop by. Hosted by the VodkaPundit, Stephen Green!
It’s a good thing Iran is low on credibility these days, otherwise, the Holocaust “cartoon” website launched from the nuclear wannabe rogue state would be causing more than the current elicited outrage.
Twenty-five years after his death, Philip Larkin’s poetry still resonates.
Are we just lucky or is the federal government doing its job?
Twelve states want waivers from having to send ballots to overseas military on time. Call the Pentagon and the DOJ today, and demand they say no.
One chart shows the rush of cash onto the balance sheet of the Federal Reserve. But who will regulate the banking system's regulators?
The Ground Zero mosque website just removed a photo of Mohammad Javad Larijani, secretary-general of Iran's High Council for Human Rights. (Screen capture of the original page here.)
There is an astonishing depth of hatred for both Jews and America in even the most sedate corners of British society.
They simply can't comprehend and consent to what the parent is doing.
It isn't only the president's economic policies that are dragging the nation down.
Rick Perry’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign has been orchestrated to include national issues and emphasize his role in making Texas one of the strongest economies in the country.
The Marxist-Leninist/Islamist terror group has been banned in Germany, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, and Saudi Arabia.
The new PJTV tracking poll for this week shows Tea Party positions still have the support of likely voters.
Rep. Darrell Issa discusses the IG's report on the "Recovery Act" signs, which Issa claims are "overtly political ... if not illegal."
Tea partier, Navy veteran, and conservative street activist Jason Sager challenges the GOP establishment in Florida's District 5.