Bird put on the path to being listed as "threatened" — threats include fences, cows, power lines, mining, energy production, and, yes, roads.
Bashar Assad's forces suffer strategic losses, and are facing a dearth of manpower.
Greece today is a broken country, unable to break out of the vicious circle of EU over-dependency.
Dan Mitchell of the Cato Institute joins me to discuss the fiscal cliff and the possibility that some Republicans might support Obama’s demand for further tax hikes. Should the GOP support income tax increases to balance the budget, or is there another course? Find out on this InstaVision.
Congress unleashes punitive responses, the White House is quiet, and Susan Rice acts mad.
Republicans need to shake off the false guilt and false reality that they have been imprisoned by.
A lefty organization tries to repeal supply and demand.
Gang violence, corruption, and blackouts have created a PR nightmare. (You can read this article in Spanish here.)
Their top lieutenant? Rand Paul, who's threatening filibuster and warns Americans on the right could be in the government's sights.
La violencia de las pandillas, la corrupción y los apagones han creado una pesadilla de relaciones públicas
The paper prints an editorial suited for the Dearborn Independent.
Once again, incompetence and even criminal behavior get ignored for the sake of diversity.
And two Republicans used the occasion to introduce their DREAM Act alternative: the ACHIEVE Act.
Both close-in self-defense weapons and guns often targeted by gun-control politicians are selling.
Tax hikes on the rich, declares Reid, is "the only bill with a chance of being signed into law by President Obama."
“Accepting defeat after eight days means that the Zionist regime is becoming increasingly weak." — Saeed Jalili, secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council.
Walter Duranty meets Pim Fortuyn and Aleister Crowley in the new play by Sheryl Longin and Roger L. Simon, with a foreword by Ron Radosh.
From now on, both parties have a new priority.
It’s Oscar season and that means that across Los Angeles (but mostly Westside neighborhoods like Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and Malibu) guild member mailboxes are chock full o’ DVDs of movies the major studios would like Academy members to watch and nominate. Lionel and I bring in our loot and let us peek behind the red velvet curtain. Do Academy members really see all the movies that are submitted? Who’s in the Academy anyway? Why are so many Academy members old white guys? Is this a problem? Tune in, either at PJTV or YouTube, to find out.
Why didn't that simple message for your kids translate to your adult political behavior?
Ironically, but expectedly, the ones who do this now are likely to have supported Obamacare.
Many pollsters (including Barone himself) predicted a Romney win, but were proven wrong on Election Day 2012. Did pollsters fail to account for cellphone users, or did Romney fail at turning out the GOP vote? Did voter fraud play a role? Find out as Michael Barone analyzes the results of the 2012 election with Glenn Reynolds.