OPINION: Israel’s Terrible Choices
President You Can’t Avoid
Ronald J. Kozar
Obama is everywhere. How many days go by without a sound-bite or two from him? That can’t be good. Even if you like Obama and his agenda, it can’t help him to be heard from so often. More
Obama Leaves the Bases Loaded. Dems Lose.
In what appeared to be a no-lose situation, the Dems sent an amateur to the plate. Now, with serious damage done to the Democratic Party, they’re scratching their heads wondering what happened. More
An Economics Lesson Even a Liberal Can Grasp
Herbert E. Meyer
Since the president and his advisers haven’t got a clue about how our economy works, here’s an economics lesson so short and simple even a liberal can grasp it. More
Stupid Republicans, Ignorant Democrats
The etymological ancestors of “stupid” and “ignorant” can provide crucial insights into the profound difference, at a foundational cognitive level, between Republicans and Democrats. More
The New Libyan Regime Protecting the Lockerbie Bomber
I think of Dick Cawley every time I read about modern-day Libya. Dick Cawley was flying home from Europe on Pan Am 103. He was murdered by Abdel Basset Ali al-Megrahi. More
IDF Major General believes the likelihood of regional war is growing
September 6, 2011
Some truly frightening scenarios developing. More
Football and politics: Obama’s failure as ‘head coach’
September 6, 2011
Next time you may want to try the European league Mr. President; their game is more suited to your style of play. More
Obama Seeks to Regain Momentum as Ratings Sink – Balz & Cohen, WP
Yes We Need Jobs, but What Sort of Jobs? – Paul Osterman, New York Times
The Golden State Is Crumbling – Joel Kotkin, New Geography
My Plan to Turn Around the U.S. Economy – Mitt Romney, USA Today
Tips for Surviving the GOP Debate – Ron Klain, Bloomberg
Will Obama Condemn Biden & Hoffa? – Toby Harnden, Daily Telegraph
An Impassioned Defense of Labor Movement – Ryan Grim, Huffington Post
Obama’s Speech Impediment – William McGurn, Wall Street Journal
Now a Word From an Actual Job Creator – Mike Whalen, Washington Times
Gore’s Dire Weather Warning – Christopher Dickey, The Daily Beast
Where the Jobs Aren’t – David Brooks, New York Times
Jim DeMint’s SC Forum: No Winners, No Complaints – Erin McPike, RCP
When the Twin Towers Fell – David Remnick, The New Yorker
9/11 and the Successful War – George Friedman, Stratfor
Why Are Muslims Still Mad at America? – Steven Kull, CNN
How the NYPD Gets Jihad Right – Andrew McCarthy, National Review
It’s Time to Revive Home Ec – Helen Veit, New York Times
All About Jobs – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
NLRB vs. Boeing: Rescue Those Boeing Jobs in SC – Chicago Tribune
The Clock Is Ticking on Afghanistan – New York Times
Eurozone’s Crisis Is Britain’s Opportunity – Daily Telegraph
Dems’ new civility: ‘Let’s take these son of a bitches out’ (updated)
September 6, 2011
Union leader calls for violence against Tea Party, warming up Detroit Labor Day crowd for the President. More
Politically correct tactics are damaging the larger war against terrorism…
The EPA needs to address health and welfare issues it has thus far ignored, says minority coalition.
Islamic traditions of “honor” are cruel, oppressive and barbaric. Moderate and influential Muslims must stand up and denounce such practices.
The bias by the UN against the State of Israel is obvious, so why are so many states wanting to take up the last UN decision with the International Court of Justice?
Right now, elites among the progressive left are fomenting racial and class divisions with their caustic comments and blatant incitement.
New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is wrong to suggest that the U.S. should support a Palestinian state, following the advice of the anti-Israel Jewish group J-Street.
Turkey was one of Israel’s few allies in the Muslim world. The alliance is now virtually dead, killed off by the Islamists in Turkey’s government.
Why do influential people deliberately lie to make out that the Tea Party is a hotbed of racism and bigotry?
Millions of taxpayer dollars are wasted each year by the DHS, and the nation’s security has been jeopardized, because of congressional bureaucracy.
Clare M. Lopez, W. Thomas Smith, Jr.
A biased report by a leftist U.S. think tank has been taken up by an Iranian Khomeinist news network, and used to create a blacklist of American critics of Islamism.
New York’s police commissioner Ray Kelly has crafted an unparalleled counterterrorism strategy that, despite liberals’ criticism, keeps citizens safe.
Israel has been a true democracy since its founding. Neither the Palestinian Authority, nor Hamas, has any intention of permitting true democracy for their own people.
If Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen’s act is passed into law, the UN will have two years to enact reforms that would render a minimum of 80% of its budget financing voluntary.
September 5, 2011, at 8:28 AMPhilips unveils the first electric toothbrush that can be charged by a laptop — and more in our collection of bizarrely elite consumer products
September 5, 2011, at 7:09 AMGet ready for Ryan Gosling’s high-speed thriller, George Clooney’s political drama, and Robert Pattinson’s vampire sex scene
September 2, 2011, at 6:06 PMWhat happened this week? Hurricane Irene provoked controversy. The economy floundered. And the nation’s leaders argued over their calendars
September 2, 2011, at 5:08 PMIn some of the week’s most stunning images, Muslims pray, Bangladeshi commuters brave crowded trains, and Chinese students exhibit formidable dental hygiene
September 2, 2011, at 4:56 PMThe Texas governor, says the Guardian‘s Amanda Marcotte, continues to demonstrate an open hostility toward sex education, family planning, and women
September 2, 2011, at 4:31 PMThe behemoth sandwich boasts a hamburger patty, macaroni and cheese, a side of fries, 1,690 calories, and an eye-popping 99 grams of fat
September 2, 2011, at 1:54 PMA Chinese preschooler weaves along a four-lane highway — as filmed by her strangely indulgent parents from the backseat
September 2, 2011, at 1:36 PM
While the economy sputters, Washington fixates on the speech-scheduling spat between John Boehner and President Obama
by Bruce Bawer
Behold the bemusing readiness to betray the very best of the West in order to placate the very worst in Islam.
PJAdvice columnist Belladonna Rogers on breaking up like a man. Not for men only.
by Dan Miller
In a scornful tone: “When I use a word… it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.”
Giving a laptop to every schoolkid in America doesn’t make them better students.
by Tom Blumer
Very little is as it should be in Obamaland.
by Myra Adams
The bicentennial of the second war with the British will be marked by a historic political campaign.