This time, it's Hearst reporter Dan Freedman not doing his homework before repeating widely debunked statistics. (For Tatler coverage of today's Fast and Furious hearings, click here, here, and here.)
PJAdvice columnist Belladonna Rogers discusses how to persuade an opponent of gay marriage to attend his son's gay wedding.
The president will be condemned by history for a U.S. credit rating collapse.
In his speech on Monday, the president tried to pin the blame for failing to pass the debt ceiling squarely at the feet of congressional conservatives.
PJ Finance: Explore recommendations on how to address the massive U.S. deficit by everyday Americans and by economic and financial professionals. You can also submit your own solutions.
Explosive comments from Mohammad-Reza Naghdi, head of the Basij forces.
Huge, complicated bills have a consistent track record: they never, never turn out the way the (long-gone) politicians said they would.
By thwarting regime change in Yemen, the United States risks empowering al-Qaeda and alienating a nation.
Polls are giving a slight edge to the GOP, but neither party is covering itself in glory.
The Ethics Committee is in disarray, with an equal number of Democrats and Republicans represented and the Democrats having internecine battles.
Not only has it lost almost one hundred people to a senseless rampage, but legitimate criticism of Islam has been profoundly discredited by association with a murderous lunatic. Also read: Can the Left Resist the Temptation to Exploit the Norway Attacks?
In this episode of Poliwood, Roger and Lionel sit down again with the acclaimed producer Paul Junger Witt, the man behind such TV hits as Soap, Benson and The Golden Girls, to name just a few. It’s a follow-up to their earlier interview with Witt, when they discussed his production of Roger’s screenplay for the new film, A Better Life.
This time around, the focus is on Witt’s television career. How did a show about four elderly women become such a hit with younger viewers? And how has the television landscape changed in the past 20-30 years?
“We all have a fear of being old and alone, and here were these four women who were anything but alone…And these women could deliver!”
– Paul Witt, Executive Producer of “The Golden Girls.”
Ads linking milk to alleviated PMS have feminists feeling irritable.
The Left breaks out the champagne.
It’s a stunning allegation that makes the other gunrunning scandals look like child’s play.
In a repeat of Walter Duranty, tunnel-visioned liberals like Thomas Friedman keep ignoring China's authoritarian-fueled chaos.
The IG is looking into charges of illegal retaliation against the ATF whistleblowers.
But still no announcement.
A microcosom of failure unfolds in Kandahar.
The "unexpected" debt limit mess has persisted far too long for anything better than the least bad outcome to be anticipated.
The Sandinista leader has combined economic pragmatism and authoritarian tactics to bring the country to heel. (Read this article in Spanish here.)
Further tax increases could bring an already frightened, sputtering economy to a standstill.
Because of the Obama administration's weakness, the Revolutionary Guards think they can win.
ATF Acting Director Ken Melson's testimony shows just how far the DOJ has gone to impede the investigation and to protect political appointees.