Domestic political considerations far outweighed any scientific basis for the Copenhagen Accord.
Some mean they don't want Comcast seeing your data, but more nefarious types mean "Internet Fairness Doctrine."
Either U.S. intelligence is massively incompetent, or PFC Manning had help — an insider with high-level access.
"Once is happenstance; twice is coincidence; three times is enemy action." So what do we make of Obama's environmental policy?
Big name acts, extensive crowd control, rules against video or audio taping even with your cell phone, boring political speeches ... this wasn't a rally, this was a U2 concert! But how many people attended?
Professor Hal Lewis's resignation from the American Physical Society challenges the scientific — as opposed to the merely politically expedient — basis of the "consensus" on global warming.
Another exclusive PJ Media crowd estimate.
What does the future hold for the environmental activism movement? Look to California. (Part V of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement.)
What keeps the environmental activism industry in business? Fear. (Part IV of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement.)
Part III of the Washington Examiner/PJM special report on the environmental movement looks at how Big Green funds itself through a never-ending parade of lawsuits aimed at the productive sector of the economy.
The second in a series on "Big Green": the alliance of the Democratic Party, environmental groups, and activists in the progressive movement. Today, where the money goes, and how it's spent. (The Washington Examiner is publishing a five-part special report this week in association with PJM on "Big Green.")
It’s not just a band of flannel-shirted environmentalists any longer; it’s become a big-money, major player in Washington power politics and American elections. (Starting today, the Washington Examiner is publishing a five-part special report in association with PJ Media on "Big Green.")
The solution to the fiscal problems with which we're all faced is to readjust the tax rules, accounting rules, and other regulations so that productivity increases more quickly.
An update to this morning's estimate of the crowd at Glenn Beck's DC rally.
How many people showed up for Saturday's "Restoring Honor" rally? If you listen to the legacy media, you'll never know. (Related: Don't miss Ed Driscoll on "Subliminal Reduction at the Washington Post.")
A poll taken Sunday, June 13th, showed Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and California Attorney General Jerry Brown in a statistical tie with their respective opponents, Carly Fiorina and Meg Whitman. (Full results are here [pdf].)
Rep. James Sensenbrenner today releases a report calling the science behind the EPA's endangerment finding for carbon dioxide into question.
Don't let "Crash the Tea Party" discredit the tea party movement. Follow the instructions in this article, capture pictures or video of any offensive signs or behavior, and email them to email@example.com.
"Crash the Tea Party" threatens to try and discredit the Tax Day demonstrations by infiltrating with racist and offensive signs. Turn the tables on them: get pictures of the signs and the people holding them, and we'll expose them here on PJM.
Paper print is dead; accept it. With the release of the iPad, we can see Apple's strategy to replace it. (Also, see A Qik Look at the New World of Smartphone Video on Edgelings.)
Watching the Obama administration's energy policy is a lot like trying to learn stage magic. You have to learn to look where he doesn't want you to look.
The furor about the recent threats: Real fear? Or political theater?
With tea party protesters filling the West Lawn of the Capitol, House Democrats agreed to drop the controversial strategy. (More from Stephen Green)
The Washington Post at one point reported "hundreds." Fox News, "thousands." How many protesters were really at the Capitol today?
"Whip counts" — the vote counts before the health care vote expected on Sunday — are narrowing. Members of the House feel the pressure, as the congressional switchboard and in-district phones ring off the hook.