OPINION: By His Fruits Ye Shall Know Him: Obama’s Subversive Appointments
His Fruits Ye Shall Know Him: Obama’s Subversive Appointments
When Obama made his initial cabinet appointments upon assuming the presidency, it looked as if he had been a moderate Democrat. Now we know better. More
Green Blue Laws
The retro-puritanical environmental movement has resorted to the equivalent of blue laws — a state-imposed ban on otherwise harmless behavior to satisfy the moral urgings of a powerful political bloc. More
Crime Without Punishment
Out of thin air, a right has been officially and surreptitiously created exclusively for select previously convicted murderers: the right to commit, cost-free, further violence, and even further murders. More
- The GOP’s massive Santorum-Paul schism
- Apple’s January ‘mystery’ event: 5 predictions
- After Iowa, what’s next for Rick Santorum? 4 theories
- The GOP’s ‘amazing’ Iowa caucus tie: Winners and losers
- The $5,000 happy meal
- The miracle ‘spider silk’ spun by genetically altered silkworms
- Newt Gingrich’s ‘bitter’ anti-Romney crusade: Will it succeed?
- Why the Iowa caucuses are so important: 5 theories
- Why do smart kids grow up to be heavier drinkers?
- Nevada’s Alien Cathouse: A sci-fi brothel for nerds?
The Birthers Went Down to Georgia
January 4, 2012
Last November, Georgia citizen David Weldon filed a challenge over Obama’s qualifications to appear on Georgia’s 2012 presidential ballot. His case moved one step forward yesterday. More
Obama to jam new consumer bureau chief down senate’s throat
January 4, 2012
A recess appointment when the senate isn’t in a recess? More
Did Romney ‘win’ in Iowa with 8 vote margin? (updated)
January 4, 2012
At least three candidates have a plausible claim to have “won” the Iowa caucuses More
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2. 12 Things That Will Be Less Expensive in 2012
3. Wake Forest University’s Radical Imam
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5. VIDEO: Super Tucano Counterinsurgency Fighter Plane
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10. Children becoming ‘addicted’ to computers
Iran threatens to attack any American aircraft carriers in the Strait of Hormuz. Against a volatile nation ruled by insane theocrats, strong U.S. missile defense is the only valid option.
The Anti-Defamation League is geared to fight anti-Semitism from fascist bigots, but it seems unable to deal with the current deluge of bigotry coming from leftists and Islamists.
2011 was anything but a successful year for the United States’ border security projects including the building of a security fence at the nation’s southern border.
The single decision of an adversary could force foreign policy and national security issues into the forefront of political life. So what are the current Republican positions on such issues?
Rough night for the Texas governor; good night for Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney.
If immigration enforcement means longer waits at Chipotle Mexican Grill, we may want to rethink the law.
Western liberals applaud the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood but warn of fascism from popular right-wing parties in Europe.
by John Boot
A few titles exploded to the top of the screen, in a year otherwise loaded with big-budget bombs.
Conversations with Iowans on the fence.
Assails the “mindset of the insider.”
Baton Rouge comes to Des Moines
Santorum catapulted from the back of the GOP pack into a first-place tie in Iowa. But can he turn his caucus success into a national surge?
Best opinion:Wash. Post, Daily Beast, Slate …
January 4, 2012, at 2:30 PMHumans have long coveted the ultra-strong webbing of spiders — but it took a scientific breakthrough to actually harvest the stuff
January 4, 2012, at 2:02 PMThe Striptease star is arguably an unusual choice to portray the iconic feminist in an upcoming film — but some critics are defending the casting
January 4, 2012, at 1:41 PMA $5,000 burger-and-wine combo — and more in our collection of bizarrely elite consumer products
January 4, 2012, at 11:49 AMDozens of companies have shelled out a record $3.5 million for 30-second ad spots during the upcoming big game. Is that actually a bargain?
January 4, 2012, at 11:24 AMSantorum is an unrepentant Bush-era interventionist. Paul is a fierce critic of U.S. interference abroad. And the GOP can’t decide who’s right
January 4, 2012, at 11:09 AMThe former frontrunner may have finished a disappointing fourth place in Iowa, but he isn’t going down without a (potentially nasty) fight
January 4, 2012, at 10:45 AMSantorum catapulted from the back of the GOP pack into a first-place tie in Iowa. But can he turn his caucus success into a national surge?
January 4, 2012, at 10:12 AMNew measures designed to cut into Tehran’s financial lifeline — its oil revenue — may be shaking Iran’s economy and unnerving its ruling mullahs
What Iowa Tells Us About State of GOP Race – Jay Cost, Weekly Standard
Reaffirms Romney as Odds-on Favorite – Ron Fournier, National Journal
Iowa Results Should Worry GOP – Philip Klein, Washington Examiner
Rick Santorum Revels in Iowa Triumph – Scott Conroy, RealClearPolitics
No Serious Rival Emerges to Threaten Mitt – Mark Barabak, LA Times
Battered, Defiant Gingrich Takes Aim at Romney – Steve Holland, Reuters
Perry to Reassess Campaign – Ken Herman, Austin American-Statesman
Mitt and the Anti-Romney – James Antle, The American Spectator
Cliffhanger Produces Drama But No Clarity – Tom Bevan, RealClearPolitics
Friday’s Jobless Number Could Depress Us – John Crudele, New York Post
Crisis of Leadership, Not Crisis of Capitalism – Clive Crook, Bloomberg
Will Republicans Hand the Left a VAT Victory? – Daniel Mitchell, WSJ
Romney Sees Better 2012 Outcome, But Just Barely – Erin McPike, RCP
It Might Just Be Santorum’s Time – Charles Hurt, Washington Times
Obama to Set Tone by Taking on House GOP – Matt Spetalnick, Reuters
President Offers More of the Shame – Michael Goodwin, New York Post
The Meaning of Mitt – Michael Kranish and Scott Helman, Vanity Fair
Iowa Video Highlights: Paul | Romney | Obama | Santorum | Halperin
Apply Insider Trading Laws to Congress – Chicago Tribune
Crisis in the Straits of Hormuz? – The Daily Star
The Great California Business Exodus – Investor’s Business Daily
Too Much Buzz for Social Media? – The Economist
- Obama To Iowa Dems: “More Optimistic” About “Change” Than In 2008
- Gingrich: Romney Won’t Beat Obama, Won’t Be Nominee
- Bachmann Drops Out Of Race: “I Have Decided To Stand Aside”
- Wasserman Schultz: Last Night A “Loss” For Romney; “Great Night For Us”
- Romney: “Mr. President, You Failed”
- MSNBC Anchor Uses Term “Refudiate”
- Gingrich Interested In Forming Anti-Romney Alliance With Santorum
- Ron Paul: Newt Gingrich Is A “Chickenhawk”
- Halperin: Santorum Might Have Media “Rooting For Him”
- James Carville: Perry Worst Presidential Candidate In American History
- Santorum Celebrates Strong Finish In Iowa: “Game On!”
- Ron Paul Asked If He Sees Himself In Oval Office: “Not Really”
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