Republicans decry lack of presidential leadership to avoid onerous defense cuts, while Dems dig in with a tax-the-rich bargaining chip.
Larry T. Caldwell, the president's foreign policy mentor at Occidental, argued the same policy of "reconciling" with the USSR that the administration applies today with the Muslim Brotherhood.
While being unfathomably stupid, they believe we are the idiots.
Black liberation theologists and even mainstream Christians get subjective about Islamist-fueled suffering.
The latest battle in the Islamic war against the freedom of speech.
On display at the Democratic National Convention, the new feminism.
Events in the Middle East cast into sharp relief the choice facing Americans this fall.
And don't you dare call Batman "the Caped Crusader."
When whistleblowers sounded the alarm, the inspector general let the potential wrongdoers investigate the alleged wrongdoings.
Currently uncounted, they lean conservative.
Struggling in 2012 is undeniably preferable to 1962 affluence.
Libya makes "extremist" arrests, but the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee says no signs point to a planned attack.
There is nothing spontaneous about the violence now erupting in the Muslim world.
Romney was right and his critics are dead wrong.
Want a smaller government? Stop complaining about stuff within earshot of politicians.
Fingers are pointed on the campaign trail as lawmakers call for a probe of al-Qaeda links to the murder of the U.S. ambassador.
Belief in an all-seeing human is the Left's disease, not ours.
Some urged vigilance against another attack despite a conspicuous absence of hawkish tone from members on both sides of the aisle.
Eleven years ago, 19 hijackers flew planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and Pennsylvania killing nearly 3,000 Americans and changing our world forever. On this anniversary, PJTV remembers the fallen and discusses how national security has changed since we’ve brought justice to Osama bin Laden. Are we safer now that bin Laden is gone and what should U.S. foreign policy look like as new threats emerge in the Middle East?
I’m joined by foreign policy experts Richard Grenell and Robert C. O’Brien to discuss societal changes since 9/11 and policy solutions for dealing with an uncertain world and stateless enemy.
Are the pollsters really pulling one over on conservatives to diminish turnout?
If "poison pill" amendments hold up the Menendez-Boxer bill in committee, Reid may pull it directly to a floor vote.
The worst economic stewardship since FDR extended the Great Depression.
Obama has dealt a huge setback to any effort to compel Pakistan to drop its blasphemy laws.
What can America expect in the final stretch of the 2012 election cycle? Bill Whittle tells you what you will see and hear from the Romney/Ryan ticket, and from the Obama/Biden ticket. Will we hear an honest debate about the economy, or a dishonest debate about social issues like abortion? Find out.