The Hispanic Leadership Network, a new organization that seeks to build a bridge between Latinos and the center-right, is being strongly criticized by some conservatives.
President Obama and Harry Reid have used their appointment powers to stop the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights' investigation into the New Black Panther Party voter-intimidation case. (Don't miss James Poulos' PJTV interview with von Spakovsky and J. Christian Adams from CPAC.)
Today, there will be testimony before Congress about the Department of Justice's failure to protect the rights of military voters in 2010. Expect to hear two wildly different accounts of the DOJ's behavior.
Unbalanced criticism meets uninformed judgment.
Amid despair, there is still hope that the West will find the anti-toxin to cure what ails us.
Not even ObamaCare can cover the harm the president has done to national health.
Egypt’s future begins when Egyptians see themselves as Egyptians — not Arabs, and certainly not Islamists.
For free citizens like us, self-preservation is a duty.
American pundits say that the deposed Egyptian president fomented anti-Semitism in Egyptian society. But on closer examination, the charges again reveal the anti-Semitism of the opposition that toppled him.
The West needs to realize its mistakes and act quickly before any more surprises in the Middle East start to pose threats. (Also read Michael Totten: "North African Dominoes?")
With the world focused on Egypt and the possible rise to power of the Muslim Brotherhood there, the new documentary Iranium is a disturbing reminder that Iran remains the truly imminent and terrifying threat to American interests and world peace.
This century, less will be more for the CIA.
Beneath his public outrage lies an outrageous lack of conscience.
Heady feelings from the former communist bloc. (Also read Michael Totten: "North African Dominoes?")
The British television station goes out of its way to trash the film Iranium — and to label its director as an Israeli Jew. (Watch Roger L. Simon's interview with Iranium's director at PJTV.)
The slacker service is introducing five-minute video summaries of ... their summaries, plus one-minute videophone compatible summaries of their summaries. Of their summaries.
Facebook and Twitter alerts are to replace the color-coded terror alerts. Friend DHS at your own risk.
What ails Egypt isn't much different from what ailed nascent Turkey, ninety years ago.
Like it or not, George W. Bush was right and Joe Biden was wrong.
Like the rest of the world, Israeli security experts did not foresee the tumult. They are mostly pessimistic about the outcome.
But what, exactly, does that mean? (Also see "Exclusive Video: Who Said Sarah Palin Wasn’t Going To CPAC?" at the Tatler.)
If the Russians get the truth about Stalin, why not us?
Diversity worship turns the landmark ruling on its head.
James Clapper told a congressional committee that the Muslim Brotherhood is 'largely secular" and has "eschewed violence." (Also read Michael Ledeen's "Claptrap from Clapper" and Ron Radosh's "James Clapper's Stunning Assessment: We Must Demand He Be Fired" at the Tatler.)