Gov. Palin worked for everything she has; she never waited around to be crowned.
Republicans seem to have lost their ideals and — most importantly — their hope. But here are some ideas.
We are not "all at fault." There are specific people — and policies — responsible for the mess.
The former president's detached tone must be giving the Obama campaign heartburn.
Weighting of expected voter turnout is seriously skewing poll results.
Now who thinks politicians should be able to control their offspring's behavior?
Maybe Sarah Palin’s small-town governing experience is more worthwhile than the press wants to admit.
The senator should have said: "My wife owns them all."
Rick Warren asked questions the MSM won't ask. Now they seek revenge by claiming McCain cheated.
The gay community is unhappy with Jonathan Crutchley's political orientation.
Exhibit A: A City Council proposal to ban smoking outdoors.
Obamamania has so widely infected the press that the breathless tone of the "Obama in the gym" article (WHAT A MAN!) wasn't even mocked.
He was two things that most Washington journalists are not: tough and fair.
The media is still in the Clintons’ thrall — and is keeping Hillary’s campaign on artificial life support even when the numbers show there’s no way she can win.
The recent Pentagon study was far from the final word on the Iraq-Al-Qaeda connection. Richard Miniter sheds light on what the report -- and the media -- overlooked.
The next president will face a crisis from his or her earliest days in office, writes Richard Miniter. Who is best prepared to deal with the growing Iranian nuclear threat? Hint: listen to what the candidates have said and done.
Benazir Bhutto's widower Asif Ali Zadari recently sent a letter to Condoleezza Rice, expressing his concerns about the fate of Pakistan and offering advice to the Secretary of State on how to better strengthen his country's alliance with the U.S. PJ Media's Washington correspondent Richard Miniter obtained an exclusive copy of the letter, analyzed below.
Michigan GOP State Chairman Saul Anuzis confidently predicted a Romney victory over drinks with PJM's Richard Miniter and Jewelyn Wellborn, sharing his unvarnished opinions on politics in the Wolverine State - where the Romney name holds pleasant memories - on the eve of its crucial primary tomorrow.
While the conservative publication's stamp of approval was obviously an achievement for GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, did it do much for National Review itself? Probably not, says Richard Miniter.
Who exactly is Mansoor Ijaz - the guy who asked Mitt Romney the ill-fated question about whether or not he would put a Muslim in his cabinet? PJM's Richard Miniter has the answer - and knows why Ijaz asked the question. It involves both Bill Clinton and Osama Bin Laden.
Tom Tancredo's presidential campaign is planning a "major announcement" on Thursday in Des Moines. PJM's Richard Miniter thinks the Colorado congressman will likely drop out of the race and endorse Fred Thompson.