"The Audacity of Hope," indeed. That's the name of one of the ships involved in the latest Gaza flotilla. And it could be seized as a result of a a civil lawsuit filed today by a victim of the 2002 Jerusalem terror bombing, who's featured in a new interview with PJTV's James Poulos.
How deep do the ties go?
Pay attention to this era-defining event: The 2,000+ weapons are implicated in an estimated 150 shootings of Mexican officers and soldiers, two American officers, and an unknown number of civilians.
That's why businesses are buying more equipment and not hiring more people.
The administration is claiming that "hostilities" as defined in the War Powers Act do not apply to the Libya operation.
How Republicans can defeat Obama in 2012.
What does history predict for our reckless course?
What's taking the Obama administration so long to make good on its promises?
It’s the only way of sending a clear message to Obama that he must reverse course on Russia.
The Sacramento Bee would have you believe that if you favor taking a hard line on crime, you are no better than the reprobates from America’s past who argued for slavery.
Internal emails and faxes document the university’s collusion with the 56-nation Organization of the Islamic Conference to promote criminalizing “Islamophobia.”
Will the Justice Department be held to account for arming lethal Mexican cartels?
Such a warning has never come from the regime before.
Google has been pouring money into risky energy companies that board member John Doerr is heavily invested in, and rejected my request for transparency at June's shareholder meeting. What happened to "Don't Be Evil"?
Because when combined, the candidates' names form an anagram of "I need a Dry Martini—stat." Provided you've had sufficient Martinis first, of course. (And tune into PJTV for coverage of the debate.)
Expect a raucous welcome, but knowledgeable Puerto Rican voters in the U.S. know the island's Republican governor has their economy recovering via his austerity measures.
The new government openness bill that could revolutionize the way Washington operates.
As the economy languishes, here’s an idea that might actually improve things.
Judging from his comments, it might not take much digging to put together a charge of treason against Ibrahim Sarsur.
The sectarian bloodletting will continue unless this permanent failed state can peacefully dissolve.
For al-Qaeda's number two, it's a question of trying to keep the organization together in the aftermath of bin Laden's death.
How conspiracy nuts, basket cases, paranoid loons, and other half wits can fool the rest of us into thinking they make perfect sense.
Tristane Banone claims she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn. But she does not want to be “used” by American prosecutors.