We can't afford to listen to the same old excuses.
The Civil Rights Division has blocked a much-needed reform of a local school board in S.C., once again showing it has no interest in protecting minority voters if they are white.
Arid Uka’s connection to Rami Makanesi casts doubt on German authorities’ insistence that the Frankfurt shooter acted as a “lone wolf."
When they're not banning bushes, they're busting dogs.
Relax: this is not another Chernobyl or Three Mile Island, and I'll tell you exactly why. The only thing to fear is the sensationalist reporting that has the world panicked. (UPDATE: Fuel rod fire?)
The arrests of two opposition leaders present the U.S. and the West with a chance to strengthen the Iranian democracy movement. (More from Michael Ledeen: Norooz: The Opposition Grows.)
The Obama administration has overseen the utterly preventable destruction of human capital that is arguably unprecedented in human history — and it's their fault.
Let's refresh our recollections about the president's connections.
The Democrats consider the Tea Party and its grassroots activists to be on another planet, and bitterly oppose everything they believe in ... like balancing the budget.
"We must give a directive to the people of the various regions that they should, without hesitation, kill the first American who steps foot on their land."
In light of the evaporation of American power, does all hope now rest upon ... France? (And don't miss Michael Totten: What if Gaddafi wins?)
Directors and officers of the Monitor Group could be liable for federal penalties and imprisonment for willful omission of foreign agent activity.
It's time to reassess the good, the bad, and the ugly.
A first-hand account of citizen activism at an abandoned gas station that served as headquarters for a petition drive to recall one of the fleebagger senators.
Iran’s opposition looks very different than the opposition within Egypt; it's important that we optimize the speed of our diplomatic engine, and help tip yet another revolution during this opportune moment in history. (Watch Roger L. Simon's interview with Alex Traiman at PJTV.)
With his Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy, for reasons that will likely forever remain unknown, a Scandinavian leftist managed to create a libertarian parable for the ages.
A program that encourages federal/local cooperation in immigration enforcement is being poorly managed by ICE while local law enforcement breaks the rules.
The entire apparatus of U.S.-Muslim dialogue is controlled by our enemies.
Among other creepy things. Duncan's DoE appears to be doling out federal funds intending to push aside state and local school boards, establish federal curricula, and gather all sorts of personal data. (Birth marks? Really?)
Do we really want all of us to be a bunch of educated people who never do anything useful — like the Obama administration but for the whole country?
A response to a recent PJM article on "immigration restrictionists" by Ruben Navarette.
The combination of fictional American “atrocities” and radical Islamic preaching appears to have led Arid Uka to kill.
When was the last time that a Republican lost because he was too young and vibrant?
The director of national intelligence doesn’t seem to understand that when an American official speaks, he’s talking to the world.