A triumph for freedom exposed where the key players stood and people power became Islamists' biggest threat.
The latest transfer of detainees was into the hands of old bin Laden ally and wanted war criminal Omar al-Bashir.
If it won't be a "shot in the arm" to the Iranian economy, Tehran must have its reasons for agreeing to the deal.
Would you have selected any of these six stories chosen by our PJM columnists?
“The administration appears to be mimicking the failed policies of other countries, including some of the world's largest carbon emitters.”
Notes from a conversation with Michelle and Jesse Malkin.
In Part One of Zo’s year-end wrap-up, he reviews the hot-headed Democrats of the year — Christopher Dorner, George Zimmerman, the Tsarnayev Brothers, and other murderers. The media always wants to portray these guys as conservative radicals, but we know the truth.
Be sure to check out Zo’s Audio Book to get insight on promoting conservatism in the culture and letting the liberals trip over their own nasty narrative.
Senate hears that the industry "will sell any information about any person regardless of sensitivity for 7.9 cents a name."
Levitt says this explains in part why Hezbollah is more engaged in more international terror today than at any time since the 1980s.
From Obama on Ho Chi Minh and our Founders, to Biden talking about Deliverance, to the best Capitol Hill profanity of the year.
Need a last-minute Christmas gift? Why not pick up a set of Barack Obama commemorative scandal paper plates! Which scandal best represents the Obama administration scandals? Benghazi, Solyndra? IRS scandals? Find out in this holiday-themed Trifecta, featuring Stephen Green, Scott Ott, and Bill Whittle.
Obama’s second-term disappointment: He’s reduced to mafioso behavior and hipster Twitter ads, Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit.com notes in the latest edition of Instavision, featuring an interview with fellow pioneering blogger Mickey Kaus, of Kausfiles, now affiliated with the Daily Caller. Also, the great Obamacare mystery — why are conservative groups not suing? Click on the above video to watch Glenn Reynolds and Mickey Kaus discuss all this and more.
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Rahm Emanuel: "Addressing the skills gap can be one of our most powerful tools for...creating more broadly shared prosperity."
Flake: “Distaste for Mr. Obama isn’t enough to justify opposition to trade pacts that would raise U.S. living standards.”
Since 2000, the GOP has come nowhere close to conservatism on federal spending.
Is Team Obama suggesting millennials are suckers for Obamacare? Give us your caption ideas.
De facto single-payer, by any means necessary.
You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Its been almost a year since Obama gave his second inaugural, and this year has finally demonstrated to most people that he was a horrible choice for our country. The economy is in the slumps, and our healthcare system is in shambles. Voters might want to take note, and realize that Bill Whittle, and those like him, weren’t racist nor extremist — they were trying to save us from ruin.
But strong showing at the Nuclear Weapon Free Iran Act's introduction suggests a veto-proof majority can be reached as White House tries to annihilate effort.
One neurologist said that in return for ordering necessary scans, "CMS and insurance companies are going to post negative grades in my name."
Paul Ryan flexes his political muscle as nine Republicans back his compromise in the upper chamber.