What does the future hold for the environmental activism movement? Look to California. (Part V of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement.)
Meg Whitman hits back at Gloria Allred's pre-October surprise, raising questions about Allred's own conduct in this affair. How did she get that SSA letter she claims to have? (Update: Allred produces the letter) (Update: Whitman responds)
Obama's top advisers are mostly jumping ship, empowering one very liberal adviser whose judgment is suspect.
The Democrats pushed legislation to curb corporate political contributions, but it turns out that Sen. Harry Reid has some DISCLOSE-ing of his own to do.
The old wisdom, don’t bite the hand that feeds you, seems to have been lost by Barack somewhere between Chicago and the yellow brick road. He came out bashing business from day one and hasn't stopped yet.
The frightening reality is that international institutions like the UN simply aren't set up to prevent a nuclear attack on an American city.
Dr. Jonathan Spyer, the first Israeli analyst to meet with Kurdish leaders in northern Iraq, shares his experiences in an interview with Barry Rubin.
Bill Clinton can, at least for a few minutes, put himself in your place. But Obama cannot. It’s all words, just words, both at the beginning of his administration and now.
What keeps the environmental activism industry in business? Fear. (Part IV of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement.)
Lance Brown dissects and dismantles the Obama EPA's latest attack on the Lone Star State.
It's impossible to overlook the contrast between the way Bush and Obama feel about this country.
Let’s Not Turn Immigration Into ‘Us vs. Them,’ Says President Suing a U.S. State Over Immigration Law
Buck up, border states!
When is a “conservative” not a conservative? When it comes to space policy, and his state or district is getting its pork sliced too thin, apparently. (Watch Glenn Reynolds' interview with Rand Simberg here.)
Supposedly conservative politicians can't possibly defend their acceptance of political contributions from General Motor's political action committee.
Democrat plays the race card in CA, McMahon closes the gap in CT, Angle pulls even in NV, a cover-up in Maryland, a disgraceful Democrat ad in Florida — and more!
The pushback against the all-encompassing state has its roots deep in the American tradition.
Part III of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement looks at how Big Green funds itself through a never-ending parade of lawsuits aimed at the productive sector of the economy.
The environmental movement is not just a well funded special interest, it is a big bully gaining increased control over the U.S. economy.
Democratic Rep. Loretta Sanchez used Spanish-language TV to play the race card against her Republican challenger, Van Tran. Tim Daniel interviews Tran about Sanchez's actions and where the campaign stands now.
PJTV's Vik Rubenfeld takes on a HuffPoster's critique of the latest Tea Party Tracking Poll, which shows solid support for the Tea Party among Black voters.
Mr. Hope and Change has tarnished his halo, alienating nearly everyone while abdicating his core responsibilities. (Update: New talking point? Biden's getting in on the "Buck Up" rhetoric himself, Ed Driscoll notes.)
ABC, NBC, and CBS refuse to cover him. Left-leaning sources report on him with no integrity. PR tactics get employed at the hearing. And the DOJ spokesperson lashes out.
Team Obama has governed as malware, intentionally self-destructing the republic.
The second in a series on "Big Green": the alliance of the Democratic Party, environmental groups, and activists in the progressive movement. Today, where the money goes, and how it's spent. (The Washington Examiner is publishing a five-part special report this week in association with PJM on "Big Green.")