Upwards of 60 percent of Americans opposed Obamacare before it was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama. Now that it's on the books, the same percentage want Obamacare repealed, according to Rasmussen Reports. Read More
Last week, you probably saw the report about Cody Alicea, the boy in California who was told to take the American flag off his bicycle by obtuse school administrators. Well, yesterday some members of Cody’s community in California decided they would help escort him to class: Read More
Irony reaches new heights as Comedy Central is going to “strictly prohibit filming” of the Rally to Restore Sanity/March to Keep Fear Alive. PJTV’s Washington Bureau chief Richard Pollock inquired with the Comedy Central’s senior vice president of corporate communications Steve Albani about receiving credentials. Read More
Examiner Sunday Reflection contributor Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit fame reports that the photoshopped illustration below is generating death threats to him and others. Read More
A proposed federal rule change barreling toward U.S. Department of Education approval could make all of higher education—private and public colleges alike—the newest prize in the Obama administration’s trophy case of federal takeovers.
And the deal could be done by the first of November, just ahead of the midterm elections. Read More
I've been in campaign meetings. Sometimes the atmosphere is grim. Your side is down and you're looking to turn things around.
The pollster goes down the list of issues tested. Health care? Nope. They hate your stand on that. The economy? Thumbs down. Foreign policy? Nobody cares anymore. Read More
Dutch political leader Geert Wilder is on trial for exercising a right most Americans take for granted - the right to speak our minds on any topic whatsoever and to say whatever you and I choose to say on that topic, regardless of how inflammatory, idiotic, or brilliant it might seem to anybody else. Read More
In this newspaper’s Sept. 20, 2010, editorial entitled “Government and journalists cower at threats to cartoonist” concerning the plight of Seattle News cartoonist Molly Norris, we noted that The Examiner asked the national office of the Society for Professional Journalists (SPJ) if it had made a public statement on the issue. Read More
Think twice before you make a complaint about parking at the University of Georgia. When student Jacob Lovell submitted an email to the UGA Parking Services, he was then threatened with charges of “disorderly conduct” and “disruption” by the associate dean of students, Kimberly Ellis. (Click here for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education’s press release.) Read More