"Home construction is near a three-year high," according to AP. So is the chocolate ration in Oceania.
Both Romney and Obama are going to destroy jobs, and it's up to us to pick the one who will destroy the fewest.
The article that reportedly attracted literary agent Jane Dystel included “born in Hawaii.”
Not only has a minute of silence for the Munich 11 been refused for fear of angering Arab countries, but the official Olympic site gave Jerusalem to "Palestine."
Testing the health of free speech by raising historical questions.
Obama's author bio leaves us three possibilities. None of them reflect well on the president.
Can sufficient exercise achieve immortality? The Lancet seems to think so.
Francois Hollande was the new Socialist on the block, but found an ally for his plans for, in Obama's words, "the European project."
Why? To honor the victims in this way would acknowledge that the radical Islamist perpetrators were domestic terrorists.
A new book by Professor Bernard Wasserstein glosses over some important facts.
Government officials must attend climate skeptics’ conference in Chicago. (Don't miss PJ Media's live coverage of this week's 7th International Conference on Climate Change.)
The greatest tragedy of progressive education is not the students' lack of skills, but of teachable character.
When they move together, better get out of their way.
Problems with the caucus system doesn't mean we should go to an all-primary nominating process.
Provocative eyewitness testimony reveals "MMA style" attack on Zimmerman.
From PJTV and Rotten Tomatoes, the latest Poliwood: The Avengers — Has Hollywood Rediscovered Patriotism?
Lionel Chetwynd and Roger L. Simon discuss the intended (or unintended) patriotism of “The Avengers” blockbuster. While Lionel has reservations about “The Avengers,” there is no denying that the performances were superb. Plus, Poliwood discusses the fawning, everyone wins a trophy atmosphere of the new “American Idol”. Plus, Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity takes a look at the “The Dictator” and “Battleship” on this Poliwood.
There may be a gaffe too much for the Obama campaign, but pulling a switcheroo could bring as much heartburn as help.
Culinary Workers Local is going after nonprofit groups doing business with non-union Station Casinos.
The administration kvetches that companies aren't using their leases, despite Interior regulations leaving lands "idle."
AEI President Arthur C. Brooks says capitalism's defenders can — and should — win on the basis of “fairness.” See Also: Glenn Reynolds interviews Brooks at PJTV.
The iconic symbol of the global warming panic may have taken a hit from which it will never recover.