"Root causes" are nothing more than another series of liberal myths.
With a scathing roll call of Eric Holder's sins, Lamar Smith paves the way for the attorney general's upcoming appearance before his committee.
A program seeks to foster “new perspectives” on the Middle East.
There are many addictions far worse than smoking. Political correctness is one.
Media and liberal leaders are still fomenting racial tension.
The "War on Terror" may be over but the fight against Islamism continues.
At the intersection of Rodney King and Trayvon Martin.
Did the overthrow of Gaddafi benefit the ethnic minority or not?
The National Labor Relations Board has repeatedly ruled that individual bonuses constitute illegal “direct dealing”; the RAISE Act aims to change that.
Three decades ago, H. Stuart Knight ran a patriotic Secret Service reflecting his love of country.
The complaints of each movement are similar, but only one understands the root problem.
National appeal is great, but Mitt needs Florida and Ohio.
Why is PJ Media launching the Walter Duranty Prize? Because the "liberal equals smart" narrative has created newsrooms full of reporters like the 90210 journalist.
Valerie Jarrett won't promise a veto yet, but the House version of the Violence Against Women Act is likely to clash in conference with the Senate version that passed today.
Three likely stark reminders of just how bad it is will arrive just before Election Day.
Liberals are unable to understand the moral universe of conservatives.
Author of 12 books, including the recently released Did Muhammad Exist? An Inquiry Into Islam's Obscure Origins.
Republican leaders meet President Obama's interest-rate theatrics tour with extension legislation that easily finds the $6 billion needed.
It starts with a "G." This is Janine Turner's inaugural column for PJ Media.
Several recent incidents on campuses show that Jew-hate and double standards are alive and well.
Sure it is. Just ask Thomas Friedman and the three experts PJ Media interviewed about the issue.
The senator announced a "contingency plan" if the Supreme Court upholds SB 1070 with a bill to tie the hands of states and localities in enforcement.