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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
"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.
In a PJM exclusive, we report on new research that confirms the telomere hypothesis of cell aging, a discovery that may lead to better adult stem cell therapies and even to direct treatment of the effects of aging.
Senator Barrasso: Why Won’t Congressional Democrats Permit Science Oversight Hearings? (PJM Exclusive)
Senator John Barrasso M.D., in an exclusive interview with PJ Media, discusses science oversight — or the lack of it — in the Democratic Congress.
New emails from James Hansen and Reto Ruedy (download PDF here) show that NASA's temperature data was doubted within NASA itself, and was not independent of CRU's embattled data, as has been claimed.
BREAKING: Released Emails Show Wind Lobby, Soros Group Helped with White House PR (PJM Exclusive — Read the Emails Here)
GreenJobsGate? The Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy coordinated with "green" lobbyists when trying to fend off a damning report.
Following the release of the Inhofe Report, Boxer claimed she was only quoting "American scientists," and Jackson reversed herself on the use of the IPCC as the "gold standard."
Inhofe intends to ask for a probe of the embattled climate scientists for possible criminal acts. And he thinks Gore should be recalled to explain his prior congressional testimony. (Click here for the just-released Senate Environment and Public Works report behind Inhofe's announcement.)
The biggest scandal of our times is a non-story to U.S media. Why are the London papers covering the Climategate collapse, but not ours?
As new fraud is revealed almost daily, the full story of how the AGW scam came to pass is taking shape.
The scientific fraud started with the money and the (leftist) politics, and that's where the investigation needs to go now.
Senator James Inhofe calls for Dr. Rajendra Pachauri, and the EPA, to respond to the "crisis of confidence" in the IPCC's CO2 findings.
A 1935 poem, written by Charlie's maternal grandfather during the era of the Forgotten Man, still strongly resonates today.
The investigations prompted by Climategate have just started, but scientists involved are already feeling the heat.
MacMillan fights with Amazon to protect the physical book market from e-readers. Bet on Amazon.
A false claim by the IPCC shows up in several grant applications for companies with IPCC members on their boards.
Two major errors based on poor science. Not a good week for the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. (See also Roger L. Simon: "Climategate: The Scandal that Keeps on Giving")
A review of Climategate: The CRUtape Letters, the first book on the game-changing data leak. (Also see Roger L. Simon's PJTV interview with the book's author:"Climategate Heats Up As Liberal Author Jumps Ship")
Is criticism of U.S. relief efforts justified? Mostly, no.