The Obama administration and the Pelosi-Reid Congress have spent wildly and run up deficits recklessly on a scale virtually unprecedented in human history.
Self-censorship in the face of Islamist violence directed against free speech does not demonstrate respect for other cultures. It shows fear.
What employers deserve is something that, ironically, Dobbs now expects the rest of us to give him: a little empathy, a fair hearing, and the benefit of the doubt.
The song that unshook the world — and that the Lennon tributes forgot.
Pursued by assassins almost until the day he died, Hwang provided the West with intimate knowledge of the Kim family and the secretive society they led. This election season, spare a moment to remember the bravest Korean you've never heard of.
Dramatic defense cuts signal a global military withdrawal by a Britain that lacks both the economic means and the political will to continue projecting power beyond its own shores.
From Juan Williams' shock firing from NPR, to gerrymandering, to disenfranchisement of military voters, it's all about building the liberal cocoon and how new media is breaking its bonds, on this week's edition of PJM Political, hosted by the Vodkapundit, Stephen Green.
The many Department of Justice officials behind this debacle should be very nervous about a front-page Washington Post article today that confirms everything I've written about at PJM.
All of these seemingly coordinated efforts by Democrats and their press minions to label Party dissidents as “insane” are not only creepy, they seem like the first step down the path towards Soviet-style tyranny.
The president's pandering and fear mongering are not working, and the nation's fastest growing demographic is rapidly turning away from his socialist policies.
The measure wouldn't affect Jews who are protected under the Law of Return, but would impact Arabs wishing to become Israeli citizens.
Election watchers True the Vote have found disturbing amounts of fraud in Harris County, Texas. Rather than support their important work, the Texas Democratic Party (among others) is suing them. (And don't forget to join PJM's voter-fraud watch!)
An expert witness claimed the higher court judge who ordered the prosecution of Wilders discussed the case with him at a dinner party. The dismissed judges would not allow the expert witness to testify on this.
Authorities have a lot to answer for in the case of convicted kidnapper Lee Booth.
Here’s a new drinking game — down a shot every time O’Reilly writes “I may be wrong” in his new book.
Why does the West cultivate a Palestinian narrative which is defined according to the existence and consequent actions of Israel?
Ignoring revelations that Pakistan aided in the Mumbai attacks, this administration prefers maintaining relations to taking action.
McCain thinks Christine O'Donnell getting to run without experience sends a bad message. What about being a pundit and getting book deals with no experience, Meghan?
A new poll captures Texans' attitudes on the governor's race and several other salient issues, pointing to one solid fact: Texas is red and will get redder.
States are failing deployed military members and families, and the DOJ's Keystone Kops are doing little to nothing to help.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott took on ObamaCare immediately after the Democrats passed it, and has led the fight to overturn it on constitutional grounds. Also: The AG speaks about Falcon Lake and drug cartel violence that took place in Mexico Wednesday.
Gwen Ifill mocks Sarah Palin and cravenly cowers when called out — nothing happens. Juan Williams says something honest and accurate, and gets canned. Let's just let Soros and CAIR pay for this travesty. (Also read Roger L. Simon: Should Juan Williams Sue NPR?)