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PJTV’S Poliwood: Elitism and the Election: Fred Barnes on Obama’s Celebrity-Filled Reelection Strategy
Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard sits with Lionel Chetwynd and Roger L. Simon to discuss Obama’s reelection strategy. Is it wise for the Obama campaign to roll out celebrities like George Clooney, Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour? Can the Vogue editor convince swing voters and battleground states to vote Obama? Find out. Also, Matt Atchity of Rotten Tomatoes gives a sneak peak at Madagascar 3 and Prometheus, and tells you how these films are doing on the Tomato Meter.
The attorney general couldn't say when Agent Terry was killed, how many guns have been recovered, or how many Mexicans have died in "Fast and Furious," but is confident that voter fraud isn't bad enough to justify ID.
Most importantly, he got his Islam right.
Meet the girl in the picture considered iconic for all the wrong reasons.
A fragile gang peace has led to a rapid decline in violence. But is it sustainable? (This article is available in Spanish here.)
Our education system especially fails those with unentitled attitudes.
Come and see the ineffectiveness inherent in the system.
The unilateral, unprecedented move by the Labor Department with this politically critical data has First Amendment proponents up in arms.
Lawmakers accuse the Labor Department of using some broad definitions to give the president toutable green-jobs statistics.
Freezing regs, speeding leases, protecting the SPR: McCarthy and team to introduce Domestic Energy and Jobs Act today.
They could win as much as $2000!
The unprecedented power has even Obama administration officials worried.
The kitchen-table caucus of freshman GOPs and Blue Dogs also tries to set a civility example by always putting "president" before Obama.
Una frágil tregua entre las maras ha disminuido notablemente los actos de violencia. Pero, ¿podrá sostenerse?
Regardless of the outcome, labor's agenda has been slowed or defeated outright.
Getting nearly everything wrong to serve a narrative about Alabama.
Heavyweights like John Bolton will speak at next week's event.
The House freshman and Tea Party wunderkind opens up to PJM about fishy Labor numbers, bipartisanship, and his relationship with the Black Caucus.
If Big Labor prevails in Tuesday's gubernatorial fight, recall might well become the featured weapon in its arsenal.
Probably, unless Washington deals with "Taxmageddon" soon.
"Loyalty to a foreign flag is not loyalty to America’s.” Two guesses as to which foreign flag.
The regime dodges sanctions by striking deals with the electricity-starved.