A tragic phenomenon which is taking a terrible toll on everyone involved.
Will Sarah Palin's endorsement help or hurt Carly Fiorina in her California Senate race with Barbara Boxer?
Fake voting cards, ballot-stuffing, rockets, bombs as well as large number of women voters and a drop in violence since last year marked Saturday’s parliamentary election.
Vodkapundit Stephen Green and James Lileks take on Delaware, that exciting new hotbed of politics. Ed Driscoll interviews David Limbaugh and Blog World's Rick Calvert. Glenn Reynolds talks with pollster Scott Rasmussen. And more!
Living on the Thin Green Line.
A new documentary, featuring PJM's own Roger Kimball and Victor Davis Hanson amongst its interviewees, compellingly argues that only by attacking the causes of this still-bubbling crisis will we make it to shore.
Drinking the tea, crunching the numbers, then shooting the video.
Why did America's conservative press ignore a novel which combines a full-blown send-up of New York’s left-wing intelligentsia with a serious exploration of religious faith?
The American universities, or at least a number of departments within them, became like GM long before GM became like GM.
Unsuspecting sixth graders get taken on a trip to a mosque, where overt indoctrination is the purpose.
In July, far more than half weren't even trying to find work. Why?
The Jewish people have been beset by an eleventh plague inside their own house: extreme left-wing intellectuals who urge they throw away their own interests, concerns, and even lives for the rest of humanity.
Opposing the majority opinion has become the main function of the left.
Like Oliver Stone, Democrat Rep. Maurice Hinchey seems to think Castro is cool. This makes Hinchey a fool, and unfit for Congress. UPDATED with reaction from George Phillips.
Tim Kaine thinks a logo will save his world. Harry Reid makes a "pet" out of a Senate candidate. Both of these stories tell us a lot about today's Democratic Party.
Reps Darrell Issa and Aaron Schock send a letter to Earl Devaney, head of stimulus accountability, about government agencies failing to supply the sought data.
U.S. envoy George Mitchell takes a position inimical to Israel, disguising it as neutral.
The Shadow Party: How a Washington-Based Liberal Activist Is Trying to Turn Texas Blue (Whether Texans Want It or Not)
The "Colorado Model" and George Soros' "Shadow Party" have both landed in Texas in the form of a shady activist with a plan: attack the GOP's largest stronghold and destroy its limited-government success story. UPDATED: Post about another shadow operator linked.
They want the campus to "see how they can use social media in a more positive and efficient way." Huh?
An accomplished young man is killed by police outside a Vegas Costco, and bystander accounts starkly contrast with official reports.
Police officers, at the direction of an imam, remove six Muslim women from the Islamic Center. Their crime? Worshiping peacefully.
Indian leadership now has a chance to bring some quiet to the region. Let's hope they take the opportunity.
Al-Awlaki Led Prayer Services for Congressional Muslim Staffers Association After 9/11 (PJM Exclusive)
The terrorist now subject to a "kill or capture" order was welcomed in D.C. immediately after 9/11. He is far from the only terrorist welcomed by the CMSA.
An illegal immigrant is an indentured servant, of less value than a slave since his employer has no pecuniary interest in him.
Manuel Jamines went after the responding police with his blade, but the mob wants the cops on trial for murder because he was "unarmed."