News Parade: WikiLeaks Proves Obama’s Dereliction of Duty

December 8, 2010
By CMAC

Republicans Slam DREAM Act for Including Immigrants With Criminal Records

Tax-cut deal could be good for economy — with a big ‘if’

Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2010/12/07/104898/tax-cut-deal-could-be-good-for.html#ixzz17YgkgQ4O

Serbia Criticized For Nobel Ceremony Boycott

Probe fails to orbit Venus and flies into space

Net Neutrality: Treating the Internet Like a Utility

by Patrick Richardson

The FCC’s proposed power grab could end up sticking you with a usage-based internet bill, costing many of us high-volume users our employment.

House Spending Bill Funds More Full-Body Scanners

Governor Christie Should Pardon Brian Aitken

by Bob Owens

New Jersey’s restrictive gun laws, an unreasonable search, and an incompetent judge have a law-abiding gun owner facing seven years in prison.

WikiLeaks: Julian Assange Arrested

by Bryan Preston

Poison pill.

Hackers strike at MasterCard to support WikiLeaks

Middle East Peace Process Stalls

by Richard Fernandez

The wish cannot always be father to the deed.

A ‘Trialogue’ in Yad Vashem?

by Henryk Broder

How Germans want to defend Palestinians and save Israelis … from themselves

Fresh Poll: What Do Voters Think of ObamaCare Now?

by Bryan Preston

Finding out what’s in it.

Liberal Math

by Victor Davis Hanson

Liberalism is now synonymous with big money and the desire for the elite lifestyle, making it hard for liberals to square their abstraction with reality.

Air Force Envisions Insect-Sized Vehicles, Funds a “Virtual Reality Tunnel for Fruit Flies”

Mr. Lonely

by Richard Fernandez

Tax cut battle leaves President Obama alone and under fire from all sides.

Tax Deal: Lefties Go Wild, Obama Presidency Hits Apocalypse

by Bryan Preston

Walking dead presidency? PLUS: Live blogging Obama’s presser.

Infographic of the Day: Happiness Comes at a Price

WikiLeaks Proves Obama’s Dereliction of Duty

by Chris Salcedo

Leaked cables reveal a presidency’s ongoing national security failures.

Is a Media Empire the Prerequisite to Run for President in 2012?

by Myra Adams

You know who this doesn’t benefit?

GOP Wins Bush Tax Cut Fight

by Bryan Preston

Miss him yet? Obama surely doesn’t.

WikiLeaks and U.S. Computer Security: The ‘Second Spy’ Theory

by Charlie Martin

Either U.S. intelligence is massively incompetent, or PFC Manning had help — an insider with high-level access.

The ‘Unholy Alliance’ Between Islamic Jihad and Utopian Socialism

by David Solway

A review of Jamie Glazov’s Showdown With Evil.

Democrats on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

by Roger L Simon

Things have only gotten worse since the election.

WikiLeaks: Fishing With Dynamite

by Claudia Rosett

Pity a world in which any info that can be downloaded onto the internet is advertised as serving the high cause of “truth,” no matter who gets hurt.

MSM Inertia: What We Can Learn from 120 Years of Climate Catastrophe Reporting

by Art Horn

The media falls in love with catastrophic predictions, and is consistently 10-15 years behind(!) in reporting on what the global temperature is actually doing.

Obama: Tax cut deal is best Democrats can hope to get

Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2010/12/07/104883/president-speaks-about-the-tax.html#ixzz17Ygyuzpi

Political Correctness Kills: Study Shows How Terrorists Infiltrate U.S. Government

by Barry Rubin

A review of PJM contributor Patrick Poole’s hair-raising 10 Failures of the U.S. Government on the Domestic Islamist Threat.

The Stop Sign Mystery

by Michael Ledeen

One more reason for the conservative resurgence.

Making Sense of Barney Frank’s Return to Power

by Robert Snider

A political crime scene investigation.

Censure, then Dinner and Back to Work

by Mychal Massie

The nauseating fight over which word was a more appropriate punishment for Charles Rangel is everything that’s wrong with Congress.

Chechnya Burns, Putin Kills, but Obama Talks Treaty

by Kim Zigfeld

As more neo-Soviet horrors are revealed to the public, it’s time to call U.S. policy towards Russia its proper name: appeasement.

Elegy for Experience

by Annie Gottlieb

A journey through some of the mysteries of human consciousness.

The Nuclear Power Solution

by Gary Wickert

It appears President Obama and the nuclear power deniers plan to leave our grandchildren both broke and powerless.

Child Rapist Captured by Good Samaritans

by Zombie

The example set by people like Demario Hawkins and Sammy Johnson should be an inspiration to all of us.

Islamists Targeting Christians ‘Wherever They Can Reach Them’

by Raymond Ibrahim

Understanding the recent carnage in Baghdad, wherein Islamists killed over fifty Christian worshippers.

Will Palin Run? She Already Is

by AWR Hawkins

Just sit back and watch her go, because she’s running for the White House right now.

The GOP Doesn’t Need Leaders like McConnell and Steele

by Ryan Mauro

If they’ll put politics above national security, they’ll put politics above you.

Ethanol’s Policy Privileges: Heading for History’s Dustbin?

by Marlo Lewis

Congress has a golden opportunity to put the general welfare of consumers and taxpayers ahead of the corporate welfare of the ethanol lobby.

It’s a Short List of Realistic GOP 2012 Hopefuls

by Stephen Green

Realistically, there aren’t that many Republican candidates who could win in a “competence election” in 2012.

‘U.S. to Gaza’ Fundraising Arm Linked to CIA Traitor Philip Agee

by Richard Pollock

The institute raising money for an attempt to run the Gaza blockade next year has strong links to a former CIA spy who outed thousands of CIA agents.

Beyond the Nanny State

by Tom Blumer

Recent Obama administration ideas and actions are about far more than “it’s good for you” paternalism.

WikiLeaks: the Internet Age Jumps the Shark

by Rick Moran

The drive for transparency and openness has revolutionized communication, but can we reach a point where it becomes too much of a good thing?

German ‘Conservatives’ Find Common Ground with Sharia-Compliant Economics

by John Rosenthal

In a series of seminars sponsored by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, participants examined the “shared values” of Germany’s “social market economy” and “Islamic economics.”

Gibbs to WikiLeaks: We Ain’t Scared of You

by Bryan Preston

Poker face.

Complaint Filed with FEC Alleging Rangel Campaign Cash Irregularities

by Patrick Richardson

The New York congressman is being charged with illegally using money from his National Leadership PAC to fund his defense against ethics charges.

Jeb Bush says Arizona law is ‘wrong approach’ on immigration

Read more: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2010/12/08/104956/jeb-bush-says-arizona-law-is-wrong.html#ixzz17YhHX7WU

The Age of Adolescence

by Victor Davis Hanson

WikiLeaks, the Smithsonian’s sclerotic new “transgressive” exhibition, the sputtering EU, and the death of the grown-up.

Holocaust Denial From U.S. Professors: Academic Freedom?

by Alex Joffe

Professor Kaukab Siddique of Lincoln University thinks the Jews have “taken over America” by “devious and immoral means.”

Julian Assange: Watching the World Burn

by Michael J. Totten

WikiLeaks, the engine of chaos.

The Thin Red Line

by Richard Fernandez

Obama’s proposed pay freeze is a thin wedge in a gigantic pie, too much for even Monty Python’s infamous Mr. Creosote to swallow.

Rep. John Conyers’ Son Takes Government Vehicle Out to Par-Tay, Has Thousands in Property Stolen From It

by Bryan Preston

A family affair.

Dems Should Seek Eric Holder’s Resignation

by J. Christian Adams

The next Congress is prepared to expose his myriad failures and outrages. Dems would be wise to ditch him prior to this public grilling.

College Dream About to Get Easier … for Illegals

by Heather Bachman

The youth vote gave Obama the presidency, and the Dems say thanks by … hurting America’s youth.

EPA Fraud: Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf Actually Get Only 23, 25 MPG

by Chris J Kobus

The MPG figure must be calculated where the energy is produced. Doesn’t matter if that happens in the car’s engine … or in the coal plant, as with the Leaf and Volt.

WikiLeaks: ‘Two Papers in One’

by Ed Driscoll

The Gray Lady can be awfully schizophrenic when it comes to choosing which document leaks it wishes to publicize. (Also read Roger L. Simon: WikiLeaks as seen by dolphins.)

Death in Teheran: Stuxnet Continued

by Roger L Simon

While the media blabs on about the relatively inconsequential WikiLeaks, real drama plays out on the streets of Teheran: two Iranian nuclear scientists were the targets of assassination attempts — one of them successful.

Violent Incident Mars Status-Quo-Affirming Taiwan Election

by John Parker

Taiwan’s midterm election was marred by a bizarre assassination attempt against KMT politician Sean Lien — either a conspiracy or a case of mistaken identity, depending on whom you talk to.

Paradoxes of the Present Age, Profound and Trivial

by Victor Davis Hanson

Sometimes reality seems at odds with perceived wisdom. From North Korea, to Mexican drug cartels, to crazed Black Friday shopping sprees, here are a few examples.

Obama, Incoming Congress Meet for First Time Tomorrow

by Douglas Holtz-Eakin

The summit should reveal his intentions for the lame-duck session, plus his strategies for future relationships with House and Senate Republicans.

The Compromised University

by David Solway

The family mafia of left-wing professors, department heads, and administrators identifies with America’s, and the West’s, enemies.

Radical-in-Chief: PJTV Interviews Stanley Kurtz (Part One)

by Bryan Preston

In this groundbreaking three-part interview, PJTV’s Richard Pollock discusses Barack Obama’s deep socialist ties with author Stanley Kurtz.

Our Puritanical Progressives

by Ed Driscoll

While President Obama claiming in the immediate aftermath of his midterm “shellacking” by conservatives that he prays daily may be surprising to some, the puritanical roots of progressivism go way back, as a series of articles making the rounds this weekend highlight.

America’s Grim Options on North Korea

by John Parker

It’s now time to bring our full national power to bear on the North Korean problem.

New GOP House Majority Bodes Well for Immigration Reform

by Ruben Navarrette Jr.

Despite the rhetoric, it’s usually Republicans — and not Democrats — who push immigration reform efforts.

Jimmy Carter’s Message to North Korea: Americans Are Chumps

by Claudia Rosett

That’s a deadly dangerous message to be sending the Pyongyang regime.

Terrorism Experts Weigh In: What Kind of Attacks Might We Expect?

by Elise Cooper

PJM interviewed several anti-terrorism experts to get an idea of what al-Qaeda and their murderous affiliates may attempt next. (Update: “Oregon Plot: This Is How You Stop Terrorists”)

Time Now to Reverse All That Liberalism Has Done

by AWR Hawkins

The new Congress has no time to piddle around the margins. It’s time to attack liberalism’s heart and roll its legislation back.

Human Rights and the Media: How the GOP Can Help Iran

by Josh Shahryar

Republicans would do well to stop agitating to remove the unpopular militant group MKO from the State Department’s terror list.

Stick With the Benjamins, Sarah

by Jazz Shaw

There are five reasons why Sarah Palin shouldn’t run for president, including the fact that she doesn’t have a chance of winning.

Food Safety Measure Would Give Small Farmers Indigestion

by Patrick Richardson

The “Food Safety Modernization Act” would not appreciably improve the safety of the food supply in the U.S., but it would create an army of regulators with TSA-like authority over agriculture.

Client 9: Spitzer Snoozer

by Christian Toto

It took an Oscar-winning filmmaker to somehow turn the Eliot Spitzer mega-scandal into a snooze fest of a documentary. And a morally repellent one at that.

Is the IRS Targeting Jewish Groups for Being Pro-Israel?

by Ron Radosh

What must now be publicly investigated is whether or not the IRS is “improperly considering the political viewpoint of applicants” and engaging in “clear viewpoint discrimination.”

There’s a Role for Conservatives in Conservation

by Jeffrey H. Anderson

“Conservative” and “conservation” come from the same root, and it’s not generally the liberals who dedicate themselves to preserving that which is worthwhile in the world.

Thanking God for What Makes Us Exceptional

by Mary Grabar

Being thankful that “Don’t touch my junk” is today’s version of “Give me liberty or give me death.”

Ricochet at Sea: An Interview with Rob Long and James Lileks

by Ed Driscoll

Taken from this weekend’s upcoming edition of PJM Political, and recorded onboard Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam cruise ship during the National Review Post-Election Cruise, Ed Driscoll talks with Rob Long and James Lileks of Ricochet.com.

Democracy: Use It or Lose It

by Roger Kimball

William F. Buckley would have been 84 today; as early as 60 years ago, he was presciently warning Americans of the ever-growing threat of “government paternalism.”

Channeling History with Whoopi Goldberg

by Ed Driscoll

A View through the Looking Glass at World War II, the Moon Landing, and the root causes of 9/11.

Cultural Sensitivity and America’s Continuing Crisis

by Abraham H. Miller

Our relativism relating to Islam isn’t winning us any points with Muslims in Afghanistan, Iraq, or here in America.

Outrage or Farce: NBC News Names Ground Zero Mosque Developer ‘Person of the Year’

by Bryan Preston

Of all the people in all the world, NBC chooses to honor the provocateur behind one of the most controversial projects in America. On Thanksgiving.

Korea, Obama, and America: What Happens Next?

by Richard Fernandez

If the U.S. cannot find an effective way to deter the aggressive behavior of North Korea, we must ask: Is nonproliferation truly dead? And is America unwilling to defend its allies?

Kucinich Push for Committee Spot Foiled by Race Issues in His Own Office?

by Patrick Richardson

A staffer who complained of race problems was placed on paid leave in May. The staffer is still getting a paycheck, and has not worked since then.

The Democratic Party’s Plan for Attaining the Leftist Agenda

by Ron Radosh

Step one: Ignore the will of the people.

When in Danger, Profiling Is Rational

by Clayton E. Cramer

A woman walking at night who fears the approaching footsteps of a male is drawing on reason.

Pay Cuts Aren’t Enough: Time to Lay Off Federal Workers

by Evan Siegfried

Massive redundancies, dedicated conference room schedulers, and job security that might as well be tenure plague federal agencies.

Kowtowing to the UN Human Rights Council

by Claudia Rosett

Here’s what it really looks like.

Audacity: Ground Zero Mosque Developers Apply for $5M in U.S. Taxpayer Money

by Kyle-Anne Shiver

The “cultural bridge” appears to be in financial trouble.

North Korea and the Audacity of Nuclear Extortion

by Claudia Rosett

For 16 years, Kim has ruled with the help of treasure and concessions extorted from the U.S. and pals. (Also read Richard Fernandez on the new threat from North Korea.)

Decision Points: Insight into Mismanagement

by Ryan Mauro

Bush’s memoir shows the former chief executive to be an admirable man driven by conviction, but doomed by miscommunication in the White House.

Mahmoud and Ali Astride the World: Will We (Ever) Respond?

by Michael Ledeen

Why is Obama still begging for productive negotiations with Khamenei and Ahmadinejad, and counting on sanctions to get the mullahs to the bargaining table?

Gun Control Advocate Traver to Head ATF

by Bob Owens

Obama has nominated a Chicagoan with no senior executive level experience to run the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives.

Public Acceptance of New TSA Procedures Has Been Exaggerated

by Dan Miller

As usual, the mainstream media asks all the wrong questions.

Gray Lady Down: An Interview with Author William McGowan

by Ed Driscoll

How the New York Times went off the rails, and what its myriad woes mean for the rest of the American news industry.

Cool It: The Anti-Scarefest Documentary of the Year

by John Boot

Bjorn Lomborg, the self-described “skeptical environmentalist,” is so likable and empowered by common sense in this new film that he could be the Ronald Reagan of climate science.

Looking Back at ‘Tomorrowland’: The Mad Men Season Finale

by James Lileks

Fitzgerald be damned, you can have as many acts in your life as you wish; but remember, while it’s perfect in Tomorrowland, it’s never open today.

Of Green Supremacists and High-Tech Virtual Lynchings

by Ed Driscoll

The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto coins a brilliant meme for the more totalitarian fringes of the environmental movement; concurrently, Australian journalists Andrew Bolt and Tim Blair stumble over actual lynching imagery they’ve employed in their ad campaigns.

Hey EPA: Don’t Mess with Texas

by Lance Brown

Lance Brown dissects and dismantles the Obama EPA’s latest attack on the Lone Star State.

What Ever Happened to Camille Paglia?

by Bruce Bawer

Once known as “America’s foremost cultural critic,” Paglia’s literary output has dropped precipitously while she has failed to engage on the number one women’s issue in the world: Islam’s treatment of females.

The Bridge: Bob Dylan, the ‘Ruling Class,’ and the ‘Country Class’

by Brendan Bernhard

How Bob Dylan checked out of the culture war.

Who Made the $10,000 Stimulus Sign?

by Patrick Richardson

Obama touts his stimulus success at a sign company getting very few government contracts, a fitting backdrop for further investigation into the propaganda road signs.

The Manchurian Listserv

by Ed Driscoll

“Rev. Wright is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human being I’ve ever known in my life.”

Just What Do They Mean by ‘Net Neutrality’?

by Charlie Martin

Some mean they don’t want Comcast seeing your data, but more nefarious types mean “Internet Fairness Doctrine.”

Memo to Turner

by Ed Driscoll

Ted Turner says that “the climate situation is about life and death.” If so, here’s a checklist of items for Turner to get started on, to put his ideology where his money is.

Qatar: the Wrong Destination for World Cup 2022

by Rick Moran

Why hold such a prestigious sporting event in a socially backward autocracy?

The Idiocy of Michael Lerner: His Call to Challenge Obama from the Left

by Ron Radosh

Don’t think, however, that the “progressive” base will not accept Lerner’s logic.

The Compass Points Toward Growth Policy

by Douglas Holtz-Eakin

But will the Keynesian in the White House follow it?

Let’s Focus on a Positive Vision for Ground Zero

by Abraham H. Miller

Forget the mosque.

GOP Can’t Afford to Alienate Hispanics

by Ruben Navarrette Jr.

Republicans are making life easy for Democrats who don’t deserve to have the level of support they have with Latino voters.

Israel’s Fate Hangs in the Balance

by Ron Radosh

The canary has cried out, and it is now time to act.

PJM Political: The Smell of Napalm

by Ed Driscoll

Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd on legendary actor Robert Duvall. Glenn Reynolds on the TSA. Mickey Kaus on California and the midterms. And Ross Douthat on American exceptionalism. Hosted by that exceptional mixologist, Vodkapundit Stephen Green.

Dismal Jobs Numbers Expose a Leaderless White House on Economic Policy

by Richard Pollock

The president’s “dream team” of economic advisors is mostly gone and no one is stepping forward with any idea on how to get the economy moving again.

Did Pentagon Distort ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Survey Results?

by Dan Miller

An actual read-through of the results shows much greater combat troop opposition to repeal than the public statement would have you believe.

Tensions in Orange County Jewish Community Erupt

by Reut Cohen

The cause? A UC Irvine talk by the co-founder of an anti-Israeli movement.

Helen Thomas Rescinds Her Apology

by Ed Driscoll

“I paid the price for that, but it was worth it, to speak the truth.” Thomas received a standing ovation Thursday, at what the Detroit Free Press calls “an Arab Detroit workshop on anti-Arab bias.”

What Would Assange Be Willing to Say if He’s Arrested?

by Richard Fernandez

There’s only one way the WikiLeaks founder could walk or emerge with a reduced sentence.

It’s the Jews, Stupid! (What Was the Question?)

by Michael Ledeen

Trying to get to the bottom of this week’s events, with the aid of a Ouija board.

Uncle Ben Bernanke’s QE2 Fairy Gold

by Daniel H. Fernald

The regulatory state can conscientiously promise nothing more than equal shares of the collective misery it leaves in its wake.

Sarah, She Wolf of the GOP

by Zombie

Is the reason liberals obsess about Sarah Palin their need to be dominated in a psycho-sexual way?

How ObamaCare and an Old Red Union Betrayed Its Poorest Workers

by Ron Radosh

ObamaCare’s chaos continues, costing union members’ children the very coverage it was pitched to protect.

Another Clark County Cop Kills and Walks

by Bob Owens

An off-duty cop kills a man who finds the cop sleeping with his wife. Again, the force exonerates its own without charges being filed.

Out-of-this-World Pork in the Beehive State

by Rand Simberg

How the Utah congressional delegation is betraying fiscal conservatism.

Senate Votes to Keep Earmarks; Eight GOP Senators Join Democratic Majority (Update: GOP ‘Young Gun’ Reacts)

by Bryan Preston

Well, that’s one way of showing “bipartisanship.”

Islamists Know a Western Civilization Secret: ‘Progress’ Makes Religion Decline

by Barry Rubin

The motive to reform Islam from within is weaker than the motive of those like Martin Luther, as Islamists can point to the decline of Christian belief and assume the same would happen to Islam.

Who Are You Calling Intellectually Incurious?

by Mike McDaniel

There’s more than meets the eye to the left’s favorite epithet applied to conservatives.

Cablegate? I Kinda Like It, Actually

by Michael Ledeen

The leakers deserve severe punishment. But much of this should have already been public, such as the information which proves Iran’s treachery. (Read more on WikiLeaks from Richard Fernandez here.)

Europe’s Future Lies, Ominously, with Spain

by Soeren Kern

The European Union is facing an existential crisis, and all eyes are now on Spain to see what happens next.

Are Glenn Beck’s Most Recent Critics Correct?

by Ron Radosh

Americans, Beck says, need God in their lives. But that does not mean conservatives need Glenn Beck.

The National Review Post-Election Cruise Video Interviews

by Ed Driscoll

PJM’s Roger Kimball, James Lileks and Rob Long of Ricochet.com, and Michael Walsh, the founding editor of Big Journalism.com and author of Rules for Radical Conservatives discuss the recent NR cruise, in a series of interviews recorded onboard Holland America’s Nieuw Amsterdam cruise ship.

Sleazy WikiLeaks Meets the Digital Ninnies of the State Department

by Roger L Simon

The State Department has a right to be angry, but they should also be furious with themselves; these days, even school kids know that what you write digitally is forever indelible.

Why Would a Woman Convert to Islam?

by Herbert London

A high-profile conversion begs the question: what are these women seeking that they could not find under liberty?

Surely They Can’t Be Serious

by Ed Driscoll

Leslie Nielsen, dramatic b-movie actor turned beloved comedic superstar is dead at age 84, according to the files of Police Squad.

The Fate of Freedom and Democracy in Europe

by Roger Kimball

The European project has always been a game played by unelected political elites and foisted on the people. (Also read Stephen Green: “Sink the Deutschmark!”)

More South Koreans Will Die. Maybe Americans Too

by Gordon G. Chang

North Korea is predictable. It will continue to kill.

Sleepwalking Through History

by Ed Driscoll

Has there ever been a man who arrived at the presidency so bored with the quotidian details of American life as Barack Obama?

Critics on Both Sides Be Damned: Run, Sarah

by Pam Meister

Let the people decide if she’s qualified, not the elites.

Thanksgiving 2010: Is the American Dream Dying?

by Roger L Simon

On this Thanksgiving Day, I sincerely hope that Barack Obama and what he stands for is just a bump on an ever-bumpy road.

‘Profiling’ Is Not a Dirty Word

by Dan Miller

We tip-toe around it because we have allowed politically correct labels to make it seem to be so.

Reflections on an Ailing Society

by Victor Davis Hanson

The public is starting to sense that the progressive dream for us is an abject nightmare, castor oil far worse than the illness.

Harvard Endorses Iran on ‘Arab Weekend’

by Michael Ledeen

How to succeed in Iranian business without really trying.

A Child Is Not Dead: Philippe Karsenty and the Al Dura Hoax

by Mark Tapson

The disturbing video circled the world faster than you can say “blood libel.” But the incident turned out to be a hoax, and Karsenty has spent nearly a decade of his life trying to prove it.

Where Is the Democrats’ Tea Party?

by Chris Salcedo

The Democratic Party has become synonymous with deficits, defeatism, and the decay of the American dream. Where are the rank-and-file Dems who will rescue their party from its hard left leadership?

North Korea Crisis: Obama’s Crisis Team Isn’t Exactly the Dream Team

by Bryan Preston

Gird your loins! The international test is here, so let’s meet a few of the people advising President Obama as he faces the mess in Korea.

In the Battle for Our Values, Be Prepared to Speak

by Robert E. Belgrad

I was recently ashamed for not being ready to debate a leftist who slandered me. Here’s what I should have said, and promise to say next time.

Sex Scandals: Just About the Politics

by Michael Ledeen

Several Italian commentators who today are leading the charge against Prime Minister Berlusconi were vigorous defenders of Bill Clinton back when.

Former PJM DC Editor to Washington Post

by Ed Driscoll

Congratulations to Jennifer Rubin, formerly of PJM, PJTV, Commentary and the Weekly Standard, now the WaPo’s newest blogger.

Damn the Torpedoes: North Korea Strikes South Korea

by Richard Fernandez

North Korea attacks the South with artillery, killing two South Korean marines and putting the peninsula and the world once again on edge. (Also read Stephen Green’s “North Korea Explodes.”)

Not This Mitt Again

by Tom Blumer

Mitt Romney hasn’t changed a bit, and carries even more damning baggage.

Retro Propaganda for a Retro Ideology

by Zombie

Sarah Palin has been using ultra-modern media techniques to promulgate her retro message, so Zombie has created the kind of propaganda that the the queen of Twitter ought to be making.

Politicized Science vs. Anti-Science Republicans

by Rick Moran

Just because the motives of many climate change advocates are questionable, even evil, does that mean the entire global warming proposition is a fraud?

The Washington Independent Passes into the Night

by Bryan Preston

And only the Huffington Post and yours truly pause long enough to note the death of this obscure, Soros-funded home for wayward liberal bloggers Dave Weigel and Spencer Ackerman.

The Bizarre Case of Nietzsche: The Pro-Jewish Writer Who Inspired a Million Anti-Semites

by Barry Rubin

Perhaps the most pro-Jewish German writer of his time, his ideas were adopted by Hitler and Nazism.

Calling a Swede a Swede

by Leon de Winter

Imagine an alternate universe where terrorists are Scandinavian — Swedes, to be specific.

All The News That Is Unfit to Print

by Victor Davis Hanson

The world we read of increasingly does not resemble the world we see about us.

Censure: How the Other Half Punishes

by Mychal Massie

Leave it to Congress to create a punishment one is hard-pressed to identify. Rangel deserves much worse, as his crimes would put you or me behind bars.

Exclusive Excerpts From New Black Panther Case Investigation Report

by Hans A. von Spakovsky

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is set to consider a draft report of its investigation tomorrow. Some details of the report have been leaked to PJM.


  • Share/Bookmark

Leave a Reply

Ads Plugin created by Jake Ruston - Sponsored by Broyhill Furniture.