Maybe American parents could use some tiger in their tanks.
Once again, we hear the old refrain that making it harder for law abiding citizens to purchase guns will make us safer.
Islamists have made no secret of their desire to impose sharia law on the country.
When someone goes way over the line, reaction will force retraction. But most of the time debate should be "uninhibited, robust and wide open."
The White House needs to send out a disinvite. They are feeding Hu's arrogance and making him more difficult to deal with in the future.
Our relationship is based on the notion that China is always right, the U.S. is always wrong, and important problems should be ignored.
With free speech under attack, our civilization's survival is at stake.
The following article on Muslim-Christian relations was solicited and then rejected by the Washington Post's "On Faith" blog. In our continuing interest in freedom of speech, PJ Media presents it here. (Also read Roger L. Simon at The Tatler: "The True Islamophobia at the WaPo")
Gov. Perry touches base with GOP leaders and sends Washington a message about state sovereignty.
A state-sponsored Russian journalist asks a propaganda-tinged question of Press Secretary Robert Gibbs. Gibbs fumbles the answer.
Celebrities and the MSM are awesome! And occasionally fatal.
We need to confront the elephant in the room.
A 67% increase in personal income taxes and a whopping increase in business tax rates were rammed through by a lame duck legislature in typical entertaining fashion.
Why the Wikileaks document dump must now be considered a key American counterterrorism resource.
Will Republicans seize the opportunity?
This past Christmas, thanks to a photograph I received from out of the blue, I was able to turn to my wife and sons and say, “There’s my childhood.” And to tell myself: even though it was nearly a half-century ago, it was real. Update 1/20/11: Per the request of the readers, another photo referenced in the article has been added at end of the piece.
The sheriff of Pima County is troubled by vitriol only when it comes from the mouths of conservatives.
I watched the U of A memorial service at a retreat center in Tucson, knowing I would most likely be the only one who hadn't voted for Obama, even if no one else knew that about me. (For a different take on the Tucson memorial service, read Ed Driscoll's "Wellstone Memorial Redux.")
According to the political class, the right response for conservatives is none at all.
While reading the budget requests for FY 2011, remember to be "civil."
Moderate feminists should open their eyes as to just how far women’s rights have slipped down the left’s traditional pecking order of causes.
For the first time, protesters topple an Arab dictator.
Of course they politicized Tucson. That's what progressivism is.