From here, it almost seems inevitable.
A warning to those who believe that electing a “conservative” government automatically will inspire tougher measures to fight radical Islam.
Big name acts, extensive crowd control, rules against video or audio taping even with your cell phone, boring political speeches ... this wasn't a rally, this was a U2 concert! But how many people attended?
If Republican politicians wish to stay politicians in 2012 and 2014, they must return from their stints in Washington either carrying their shields or being carried upon them.
Halloween is here and we must again reject our dark past.
Berrry scary stuff, boys and girls! But which will be more chilling, Halloween on Sunday, or the elections on Tuesday? Find out from your host, Count Vodkapundit!
If the polls are any indicator, these elections portend a revolution: one that could resemble the Reagan Revolution in raw political force, thanks to the tea party movement.
Richly footnoted and fully indexed, the book still manages to read much like an adventure story, as David Horowitz carried on his crusade virtually alone and armed only with the truth. (Watch Glenn Reynold's PJTV interview with Horowitz.)
NPR is for coastal liberals what Rush Limbaugh is for heartland conservatives: a means of relating to the world from within the confines of a specific subculture. The difference, of course, is that Limbaugh’s admirers do not force others to pay for it.
BREAKING: Possible Triple Murder in Austin, Texas: Suspect May Be Illegal Alien with Record of Deportation
The porous border claims more lives.
Want a press pass? Dear Leader cannot be reached at this time.
Leading independent paper Novaya Gazeta is on the ropes and Russian internet media is next, but Obama would prefer to keep up appearances.
The Texas Democrats' Great White Hope hasn't materialized, and a photo from the campaign trail gives strong clues as to why.
A Maryland court rules that a soldier who does not receive his ballot on time has had his constitutional rights violated, and can sue without waiting for the Department of Justice to act.
Bill Clinton's involvement in the three-way Florida Senate race suggests that the Democrats want Rubio defeated so badly that they're willing to cheat -- again.
Did the speaker encourage illegal contact between the Democratic Party and outside "independent" groups to facilitate ad expenditures?
Apparently some lies are good, and some are bad. The trick is to know which is which.
Its founders would be disgusted at the undemocratic cesspool the UN has become. (Also read Claudia Rosett: Can the UN Come Clean on Bedbugs?)
Nobody forced Syracuse to build a giant building with the First Amendment emblazoned on the side. Having done so, however, one would think that the university would at least have the shame to try to live up to it.
Obama went on the The Daily Show to try to bring back the youth vote magic, but he ended up the butt of the joke. Heckuva job, Mr. President!
Hans von Spakovsky submits an affidavit (click here to download) saying Robert Kengle intentionally misled the Commission.
Election Watch: Barbara Boxer’s Campaign Breaks the Law, Solicits Help From Los Angeles Area Students Via Teachers
Senator Ma'am gets caught with the red hand.
Isn't paying higher taxes patriotic? The Democratic National Committee and their private dining establishment in D.C., the National Democratic Club, are serious tax scofflaws.
Witness describes poll misconduct, professors push the vote on campus, plus, if you want to report voter fraud, there's now an app for that courtesy of American Majority.
Robert Snider predicts that America's bluest state will retire a long-term Democrat, sending military veteran and Republican Sean Bielat to Washington in place of Barney Frank.