Will it be a force for peace and stability? What do Palestinian leaders really want?
If you can't appeal to a public official's sense of responsibility towards the Constitution, appealing to their self-interest is the next best option.
Just where does defense rank among the Obama administration's priorities?
Arkady Gontmakher, an American citizen from Seattle, is languishing in a Russian jail even though he has been acquitted of the crime they re-arrested him for.
Behold, the world's schizophrenic policy towards two virtually equal, and related, situations.
The DOJ throws its weight behind a middle-school teacher who claims her rights were violated when she wasn't allowed the time to go to Mecca.
An ex-Soviet immigrant goes Socratic on his liberal American critics.
In dealing with the mullahs, put U.S. interests first.
While the notion of a two state solution still receives majority support, there is no desire to rush into an agreement with rockets falling on Israeli soil.
A special Christmas-themed edition of PJTV's Poliwood, featuring Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd. Plus the return of the prodigal blogger, Bill Whittle, to the virtual set of Trifecta. And Joe Hicks on the Pigford Settlement. Hosted by the VodkaPundit himself, Stephen Green.
Understanding the real goal explains the missed opportunities.
America's stubbornly liberal leaders keep millions looking for work.
This agnostic has had just about enough of PC Christmastime.
Despite its use to obstruct the will of the majority, the filibuster fills a critical role in the Senate: it encourages prudence in making law.
Casino Jack entertains first and foremost, something most other recent hyper-liberal Hollywood polemics couldn’t be bothered to do.
"Mindslaughter,” historian Robert Conquest's term for delusive Western apologetics regarding the ideology of Communism, is an apt term for today's Western sharia apologists.
The huge demonstrations may be a thing of the past, but numerous protests on Ashura Day went unnoticed by the Western press.
A massive security threat just blossomed, and you'd be hard-pressed to find an MSM or administration official who cares.
Our domestic lefties have been pushing for decades to turn us into the type of society that is now crumbling before our eyes in Europe.
The Mississippi governor's strangely muted recall of the nature of the Citizens Council in his hometown disqualifies him from seeking the presidency.
Improved living conditions aren't shifting political attitudes.
Goals and tactics.