The opposition MUD alliance (seriously) won 52 percent of the votes, but got 37 percent of the seats. Hmm.
John Kerry Should Report for Duty — as the White House’s New Message Man (UPDATE: Biden Just Applied for the Job)
John Kerry should get the job of crafting Obama's message after the mid-terms. He won't drop the ball.
Responding to PJM, the Federal Deposit Insurance Company denies the allegations raised in a recent Washington Post story. But they have not yet responded to the Post directly.
The most dangerous regime on earth may reveal the identity of its next leader on Tuesday.
Hugo Chávez outdoes even Iran in fostering the most nauseating kind of anti-Semitism among the ruling elites while pushing comical conspiracy theories about the Jews.
It’s not just a band of flannel-shirted environmentalists any longer; it’s become a big-money, major player in Washington power politics and American elections. (Starting today, the Washington Examiner is publishing a five-part special report in association with PJ Media on "Big Green.")
That quote from Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos refers to the death in battle of Mono Jojoy, the terrorist rebel group FARC's most senior military commander.
Russ Feingold is a prime example of the career Washington insider that Americans want replaced in November.
A vicious campaign by the government to destroy Guo Degang, a beloved Chinese comedian, is illustrative of what totalitarians are capable of in pursuit of their soulless society.
Survey says...that Steve Green will be joined this week by Glenn Reynolds, Rand Simberg, James Lileks, Stephen Kruiser, Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX), Joe Hicks, Deroy Murdock, Allen Barton, and Hans von Spakovsky.
For the past two years, the public has been bombarded with statements to the effect that the Tea Party movement is supported by white Americans only. This week, the PJTV/Pulse Opinion Research Tea Party Tracking Poll explodes this view.
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps reminds us of greed’s siren call, but it’s equally prescient about fading directors who refuse to let their past works live on in our memories.
The season has gone well, but conditions are still ripe for some dangerous storms.
Following Friday’s explosive testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, the Department of Justice and the Obama administration now must restore the public trust in civil rights enforcement, as they will be held accountable by Americans. (Update: Click here to watch analysis on the state of Obama's DOJ on PJTV.)
Today's entire testimony from former Department of Justice Voting Section Chief Coates regarding the New Black Panther case and DOJ hostility to race-neutral law enforcement.
If we can't learn to accept a few imperfections in our political leaders, the only people running for office will be a few boy scouts, girl scouts, and power-hungry but clean-living career politicos.
Extremists in the city and the countryside are spreading hate against America and the West.
In recent years, it has succumbed to the rule of men.
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-VA, pictured) has warned AG Eric Holder not to interfere with the decision of Christopher Coates to testify before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights today. Check PJM throughout the day for the latest on Coates' testimony.
The Pledge gives Republicans a unifying set of principles and priorities to run on, and at the same time it gives the voters a positive reason to put Republicans in office.
J. Christian Adams testified under oath that the Department of Justice fails to enforce civil rights law in a race-neutral manner, and that Christopher Coates would be able to confirm his allegations.
The Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) will be meeting in Chicago later this month, sponsoring a program promoting values antithetical to the U.S. Constitution.
We no longer must consult history for a lawyer-hero willing to take personal risk for sacred principles such as the rule of law and racial equality. Our age can claim Christopher Coates.