There were more Democratic defectors than Republican ones, but some hailed George Tiller and filed the bill as a "war on women" "straw man."
Mona Eltahawy receives the typical treatment given to defenders of Muslim women.
Let's start by shushing the tired refrain about positive campaigns and talk about how low he should go.
Istria Cafe is a small business in Chicago, one of the most over-regulated cities in America. PJTV’s Alexis Garcia interviews the Pribaz brothers, the owners of Istria Cafe, to show you how regulations are destroying businesses and jobs. Would you believe that it is almost impossible to run a business in Chicago without violating rules and regulations, and paying extraordinary fines? From utilities, to health care Alexis Garcia tells you why some businesses might not survive in the down economy.
The nauseating veneer of civility on the part of UN apparatchiks cannot disguise the moral rot that he could not abide.
Social science research provides the key to finally ending the divisive global warming debate
My mother dodged Nazis and Communists to give us a happy home in Alabama.
There are new challenges to the Pentagon's ban on women in combat, and public attitudes show it's not the Dems' issue to own.
May 25 was "Everybody Blog about Brett Kimberlin" Day. But what was accomplished?
If the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service gets its way, this Memorial Day will be the last before an increased slaughter of our national bird by wind turbines.
Stephen Green, Bill Whittle, and Scott Ott honor the fallen members of the armed services.
Don't blame Elizabeth Warren for believing her family. Save the blame for "diversity" rules that made her great-grandmother so important.
Accounting flimflammery has hidden the ascent.
Students lose a massive amount of the school year to unproductive demands.
Presidential candidate Gary Johnson and Libertarian leaders talk to PJM about Obama and Romney, debates and ballot access, and their next steps.
Lionel Chetwynd and Roger L. Simon discuss morality in television, in addition to The Dictator, the latest film from Sacha Baron Cohen. Does The Dictator advance the Obama talking points, or is it a subtle jab at liberal culture? Find out. And Matt Atchity of Rottentomatoes.com brings you previews of Men In Black III, Moonrise Kingdom, and the Chernobyl Diaries on this Poliwood.
This spring has already brought its share of natural disasters.
Deputy Attorney General James Cole releases a statement without a hint of factual backing.