Consciously or not, our president — with his increased, and pompously self-righteous, pressure on Israel — has sent a message to the world: It’s time to blame the Jews. Said world is all too eager to find someone to blame; just ask Helen Thomas. (Toward that end, PJTV has put up a short survey. It asks the question "Should the White House revoke the press credentials of Helen Thomas?" Click here to vote.)
Reading between the lines and peering through the looking glass with the Washington Post.
Forget all the self-serving narcissistic left-wing baloney. It was good old fashioned American Freedom that forged Dennis Hopper! Nowhere else could Dennis have been Dennis — and he knew it. And wanted it for everybody.
All the president's men — and his media, as well: there are plenty of things to investigate; the public has turned against the president. The media has nothing to lose but its sad preconceptions and its laughable elitism.
With the welfare state unsustainable, establishment liberals such as Thomas Friedman of the New York Times have nowhere to turn and are flailing in every direction. They are mad and they are, in many cases, unmoored. Lifetime ideologies are beginning to crumble. Personality constructs are at risk.
Forget communism, socialism, or whatever: they are both perfected examples of crony capitalism.
Roger L. Simon reports from the Heartland Institute’s Fourth International Conference on Climate Change, where more than 70 scientists, economists, and other experts have gathered to opine on whether our globe is heating up. (AT PJTV: LIVESTREAMING THE CHICAGO CLIMATE CONFERENCE.)
Follow PJTV and PJM coverage of the Heartland Institute’s Fourth International Conference on Climate Change as we live stream many of the speakers including ClimateAudit’s Steve McIntyre, MIT’s Richard Lindzen, and frequent PJM contributor Lord Christopher Monckton.
Of the three, Obama is the one who hasn't expressed support for gay marriage.
Whatever anti-terrorist street cred three of the self-styled smartest guys in the room had before the Times Square incident is now in tatters.
I’m beginning to have nostalgia for Bernie Madoff. At least he knew that he was operating a Ponzi scheme. The clowns in charge of the UK have been running one for years and seem to be totally clueless about it.
How much would you pay for Newsweek? Roger L. Simon starts the bidding with an appropriately low offer. (And don't miss Ed Driscoll, who flashes back to his December 2009 post: “Is Newsweek a Brand that will Disappear in 2010?”)
For Roger Simon, it's a weekend of barbecue and burning rubber down in the reddest of red state America. From the garage to the pit-stop, Roger gets the full NASCAR tour — courtesy of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who's got his own sponsored car!
How can we begin to defeat this enemy if we are not even willing to name it? Read more from Ed Driscoll ("Officials Arrest Pakistani-American in Times Square Bomb Attempt") and Richard Fernandez ("The Gorgon’s Stare").
Did the Enquirer have this story pre-election?
Does Al's recent purchase of a nine million dollar mansion in swanky Montecito, CA, mean that he's cashing out his global warming-produced profits, and like Shane, going home? (Plus updates, and questions for PJM readers: we're looking for informed sources on the CCX and CLE sales, and on the buyer ICE. Contact us through the PJM Tips page. Anonymity will be respected.)
Of scoundrels and last refuges.
Mayor Koch urges support of Sunday pro-Israel demo in New York.
2010's answer to the Pentagon Papers or another Al Capone's vault? If the Rashid Khalidi videotape exonerates Obama, the Times should be anxious to publish it. If it doesn’t, they've done a public service. Here's how we can give them a nudge.
The Devil went down to Georgia; Roger L. Simon went down to Texas. Will Gov. Rick Perry (pictured) make a run for the White House in 2012? And will California let Roger back in after he discovers the Red State joys of guns, NASCAR, and BBQ?
Believe it or not, Jews are slowly beginning to drift away from Barack Obama.
The American president's actions are turning every Israeli into a dreaded Likudnik.
Per a discussion with Israeli engineering professor Dr. Alfassi, the Maariv story quoted at PJM was inaccurate.
Some workers at Israel's Dimona reactor who have submitted a visa request to visit the U.S. have been rejected with no apparent justification. Does this reflect a new policy?