President Obama won reelection over Governor Mitt Romney, but Obama didn’t build that reelection strategy. Hear who did on this edition of PJ News Break.
Was this capitulation? Is he irrational or cowardly? Off his meds? You decide.
From PJTV: Undercover Voter ID Investigation: You’ll Never Guess Which Liberal Groups Are Demanding ID
What’s wrong with showing identification when you vote? That’s an egregious civil rights violation if you ask the Obama Administration and liberal groups like the Center for American Progress, and the Advancement Project. So what happens if you show up at the front door of these groups without ID? Find out on this PJTV undercover investigation.
Americans don't want a king — which was as true in 1776 as it is today. (Don't miss Scott's Freedom's Charter series at PJTV.)
Schoolboys suspended for sexual harassment? Scott Ott interviews former principal Jerry Bostic. (PJTV members can watch the Trifecta version of this story.)
The candidate's remark at the last GOP debate refutes his reputation as a foreign policy maven.
The book offers clear-eyed analysis of what makes Barack Obama better than the best and brighter than the brightest.
Will Obama trash the Constitution to raise the debt ceiling? (Watch a discussion of this issue on PJTV's Trifecta)
By yielding to the president’s stated goal, Republicans can put their principles into practice to produce prosperity once again.
Conservatives should thank him for making the case for smaller government.
James Madison would shudder at the goings-on in his namesake town.
Forget the jobs “Americans won’t do.” There’s a new class of vacant jobs in U.S. manufacturing.
Does the New York Times really crave a society in which the federal government can restrict the constitutional rights of citizens who have committed no crimes?
The key to GOP victory lies in the local GOP committeeperson.
Mr. President, the U.S. does not have a crisis of high productivity. (More at PJTV: Obama's Jobs Solution: Making Our Businesses Less Competitive)
Government worker pension obligations will bankrupt your state, county, town. And guess who will pay the bill? (See Scott Ott discuss this at PJTV: "A Sweet Deal.")
The most despicable appointment yet? Jennings, the "safe schools czar," once committed criminally negligent behavior regarding the protection of a student.
Reagan's three-decade-old opinions on academic freedom would make an apt response to Obama's planned speech to the schoolchildren.
The elaborate shell game local politicians play with our money is the biggest threat to our freedom.