Steven Hayward contrasts how the media vetted Gary Hart in 1984 and Obama in 2008. The difference is startling.
Only ignorant women would protest Laura Bush receiving an award for helping women. I guess they only consider advocating for abortion as a way to help women and don't care about fighting for women's rights and health around the world. And it's a sign of Mrs. Bush's modesty that you might not have heard of what she has done.
Michelle Malkin explains how Obama's administration fueled fires out West.
Economic stimulus for solar, wind projects spent $9.8 million per job created.
Examining all the journalistic malpractice committed by Woodward and Bernstein.
Neil Cavuto takes MSNBC to the horseshed. Well done.
Sixteen reasons to move away from California.
How ironic that 40 years after the Watergate break-in, Obama is sparking comparisons to Nixon's imperial presidency.
In case you've forgotten, here is a reminder on NBC's history of unethical, dishonest editing to make Republicans look bad or to exacerbate racial tensions.
Why would an illegal immigrant risk coming forward based on Obama's decision on prosecutorial discretion? It would be much safer if there, you know, an actual law passed instead of depending on the possibility of a President Romney overturning the policy. But then that wouldn't have given Obama the political talking point.
John Lott points to Obama's revisionism on the stimulus and its effects.
One more reason that the North Carolina Democratic Party is in meltdown - they're considering a resolution criticizing Israel for its occupation of Palestinian territories. Just what a state political party should be worrying about.
He is the Most Arrogant Man in the World.