The "joke" told by the president's national security adviser is indicative of the attitude toward Jews in the Obama administration.
He recently let slip the precise nature of his boss.
Yes, we have a highly educated, Ivy League president. Yes, we have a whole flock of back-patting, self-congratulating, fully credentialed staff. But smart ... ?
A Narcissus just had his own delusions reinforced. Be afraid.
Woe be unto these bishops if their final-hour appeal does not stop this bill. (Also read Stephen Green: Yikes. More from Ed Driscoll: Happy Dependence Day! And don't miss PJTV's live health care coverage.)
The 43rd president has more in common with the 16th president than you might think.
Washington couldn't earn an honest dime, but it sure knows how to mooch.
Fur will fly when the messiah's followers suffer the inevitable let-down.
Rather than ask tough questions about Obama's governing team, the Hardball host keeps on tingling.
Simple steps to help build a nation worthy of being governed by The One.
Far from costing the campaign, she gave it a fighting chance by going on offense.
John McCain wanted to be nice; Barack Obama wanted to be president.
A few things to seriously consider before casting your vote on November 4.
With Obama continuing to conceal his records, pals like Wright, Rezko, and Ayers are all we have to judge him by.
More relevant are the baroque delegate rules and strong-arm tactics that helped him to victory.
Each attained power by promising to clean up government. One actually did it.
Barack Obama has been on the campaign trail longer than Sarah Palin — here are some pointers he might want to pass on to his "less experienced" rival.
McCain chose her not because she's a woman, but because she's a woman who knows about energy.
Obama should just admit that he voted against the Illinois Born-Alive Infants Protection Act.
Ever wonder why Western athletes aren't defecting to the Communist paradise?