Hillary Clinton Believes the GOP Field is Full of Terrorists

Hillary Clinton Believes the GOP Field is Full of Terrorists

In an era when acts of terrorism are unfortunately becoming common, and evil is easy to distinguish, it takes one steeped in absurdity to assign it elsewhere. But if you ...

Federal judge blocks administration’s ‘Clean Water Rule’ waterways power-grab.

A judge has put an injunction on the EPA’s latest power grab (the Clean Water Rule). And no, we don’t trust the EPA. No sane person does.

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Edumacaliated: Gov. Jerry Brown Waives Exam For California Students

The Sacramento Bee reports this week that Jerry Brown has granted a final exam “reprieve” to high school students who faced an uncertain outcome of their senior year thanks to California’s incompetent government. But in so doing, what kind of future has the state given them, or the colleges they may attend, or the jobs they may seek?

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Jeb Bush to hire noted GOP base favorite Eric Cantor

Trying to get the GOP base on your side? Master stroke from Jeb! here. Cantor was courted intensely by other candidates. Cantor retains a strong political network in Virginia, a key primary and swing state. And he has enviable connections among Jewish business leaders who can be key supporters and donors. “This is a big deal for Eric, and a big deal for Jeb,” said | Read More »

Donald Trump Is Not a Racist. Don’t Go Back to 2005, Republicans.

While I continue to admire Donald Trump’s ability to command attention at long, rambling, unscripted press conferences, I still am not persuaded he will be the next President of the United States. Nonetheless, the GOP establishment in Washington has decided to treat Donald Trump the way the Bush White House treated many conservative leaders in 2005 during the immigration fight. They’re labeling him racist for | Read More »

RIP, the Jeb Bush 2016 Campaign

Back when Tiger Woods was far and away the best golfer on the planet, one of the things that people used to say about him was that he was the most “mentally tough” athlete on the planet. However, as his career went on, people started to notice something about Tiger – although he was great on Sunday when he entered the day with a lead, | Read More »

Bobby Jindal and the Easily Forgotten Lessons of Hurricane Katrina

This week marks the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which made landfall in Louisiana on August 29, 2005. Katrina’s impact was broad, devastating, and in some ways unpredictable – it killed well over a thousand people, upended the lives of many thousands more, reshaped the politics of Louisiana, did more than any other single event to wreck the second term of George W. Bush, spawned | Read More »

A Look Back at Hurricane Katrina, 10 Years Later

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson looks back at Hurricane Katrina, ten years later. He’s joined by radio reporter Daniel French who was in New Orleans when the storm hit, Jason Russell who discusses charter schools in post-Katrina New Orleans, Steven Horwitz on Wal-Mart’s quick response to the storm, and finally, Abby Phillip describes the different experiences whites and blacks have had rebuilding New Orleans.

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Hillary Clinton “Takes Responsibility” for Email Fracas (But Not Really)

The media today is dutifully reporting that Hillary Clinton has “changed her tack” on the email scandal that is threatening to sink her campaign. What does that allegedly involve? Almost exclusively saying that she “takes responsibility” for using two different emails: “I know people have raised questions about my email use as secretary of state, and I understand why,” Mrs. Clinton said Wednesday. “I get it. | Read More »

CNN: If You Oppose Gun Control You Are a “Fool” and a “Coward” (VIDEO)

Just now on CNN, host Carol Costello and Chris Cuomo held an unbelievable conversation about gun control. It is one thing for Cuomo to spout off at the mouth, because that is what he does. But Carol Costello is the host of a news program for a network that prides itself for having not gone the way of MSNBC or FoxNews, in terms of having | Read More »









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