This is not a sitcom or a new fashion craze. It is the new economic and international reality. (Also see Rich Karlgaard: "Study the Seventies.")
The massive outpouring of angry Americans on tax day offers lessons for the president and the media. (Watch PJTV's extensive coverage of the tea parties.)
The protest revealed a mood among Americans that spells trouble for both parties. (Watch PJTV for live coverage of today's tea parties.)
Let us hope the president has figured out that when our allies refuse to go along, America often must act alone.
Ronald Reagan called the government scheme of determining pay structures for private industry a "cockamamie idea."
Obama's lack of fiscal responsibility is emboldening the opposition and making moderates in his own party very nervous
Releasing terror trainees into the U.S. is not just politically problematic — it may be illegal, points out a letter PJM has obtained.
Need proof? Look at New York's congressional election results.
Why anyone would say "yes" to anything this frighteningly irresponsible?
Republicans should be defending free markets and crying bloody murder over Geithner's bailout plans. Why aren't they?
The gloves are coming off as the GOP finally unveils its own budget plan.
The Pennsylvania senator's unexpected statement today may have given the GOP its biggest win in months.
How did such a lovestruck couple drift apart? (Also read Roger L. Simon: The MSM Should Resign Over Obama's Failure)
The Republican Party does indeed have ideas ... and good ones too.
With even Democrats balking at Obama's budget, the president tries old campaign tricks to drum up support.
It's the GOP's job to force the administration to confront the reality behind the closing of Guantanamo.
So much for the economy bouncing back this year.
Even some Democrats are upset with the president treating the economy like a lab experiment.
All honeymoons must come to an end. It's just that Obama's is ending more abruptly than most.
The Employee Free Choice Act will have an adverse impact on current and future employment.
We thought Bush was isolated and out of touch? We've gone from the frying pan into the fire.
The president would rather spend his time reinventing American society than reviving the American economy.
A support group for bitter pundits disappointed in Obama is quickly becoming necessary. (Jennifer Rubin discusses her article, and the White House's War on Rush, in the latest edition of Pajamas' weekly PJM Political radio show, now online here.)
The deepening recession throws a wrench in his hopes of skipping the task of reviving the economy and slide right into enacting the agenda of ultra-liberalism.