The law is sensible and should not be changed. Also see: Video: Zimmerman Friend, a Former CNN Anchor, Calls for Patience
What to expect at the most significant hearing since Brown v. Board of Education.
Israel prepares for arrival of march calling for its destruction.
How does one go about trying to rescue a culture in the throes of dissolution?
Free market to the Alinskyites: "I drink your milkshake!"
The politicization and misuse of intelligence services is a worrying development.
After a gaffetastic week, the vice president gave what he deemed a major campaign address in a swing-state triple-header.
From PJTV, Roger L. Simon interviews French PJ Media Correspondent Michel Gurfinkiel about the latest from France. The perpetrator is now dead, but some important questions remain for France. Is mass immigration turning into a problem? How can we overcome the paralysis of political correctness? And lastly, what can we do about the threat of radical Islam? Find out in this exclusive interview.
His new report lists examples of abuse.
The Daily Beast's new group blog, "Zion Square," and the sad saga of Peter Beinart.
Will the "Etch A Sketch" stumble be a major roadblock to securing the nomination?
Pressed by PJ Media, they refuse to condemn gun violence facilitated by the Obama administration.
While Obama was out pushing his energy policy offensive, Hill Republicans have been pushing equally hard to put him on healthcare defense.
Political correctness infests the coverage, and may have prevented the killer's earlier capture.
Expect no clean resolution to the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Affirmative action radicalizes minority students whose achievements become suspect.
Mormons haven't always been a monolithic Republican base.
Or, as Jay Carney put it today, it's an effort to show "indisputable, incontrovertible, immutable, inexorable facts" that Obama loves drilling.
Mohammed Merah is suspected of killing seven people in eight days, including three Jewish children.
An intimidating message to business which still resonates.
Yes, Iran’s growing regional footprint represents a real significant threat.
Democrats cried foul, saying cuts in the budget shouldn't be higher than what was agreed upon in debt-ceiling negotiations.