The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: DHS, the Export-Import Bank, and Scott Walkerpalooza

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: DHS, the Export-Import Bank, and Scott Walkerpalooza

Welcome to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! Tonight, Casey Mattox of the Alliance Defending Freedom joins Jay Caruso of Pocket Full of Liberty, F. Bill McMorris of the ...

Jeb Bush: Americans are losers

If the nascent Jeb Bush presidential campaign has a central message other than “I am entitled” it is that Americans are pretty stupid and they need their betters to run things for them. Take, for instance, Jeb Bush’s comments on the egregious loser-ness that being American entails. I touched on Jeb Bush’s stated ambivalence about the Americans and their ability to succeed in this piece. | Read More »

An Ill-Advised Non-Compromise: “Get the Government Out of Marriage”

  Over the last several years I have often heard well-intended folks on both sides of the marriage debate throw up their hands in exasperation and say something along the lines of, “Why don’t we just get the government out of marriage? Just let churches do what they want and keep the state out of it.” The latest example of this is Heather Wilhelm’s column | Read More »

I hope that Gov. Bruce Rauner (R, Illinois) knows what a blood oath is…

It looks like Bruce Rauner might actually have meant it when he talked about reform.

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John Kerry: disingenuous blowhard

Yesterday, our alleged Secretary of State, , accused Israeli Prime Minister of doing something akin to cheerleading America into war with Iran. This is the kind of blood-libel-lite the left uses. Just as conservative Jews are accused of having “mixed loyalties,” Israeli officials who are trying to prevent their nation from being destroyed as part of a liberal Democrat undergraduate seminar in international relations regularly | Read More »

Why I’m Signing Wisconsin’s Freedom to Work Legislation

When I took office as governor of Wisconsin in 2011, I called together our new Republican majority in the legislature and told them it was time to “put up or shut up.” As the elected leaders of our state, we owed it to our fellow Wisconsinites to follow through with our promises and to tackle the big issues head on. Our first order of business | Read More »

Lindsey Graham vows to save crony capitalism because it is conservative

A “Serious” Donald Trump is still an Unserious Candidate

As we begin the 2016 election season, there are plenty of respectable, serious Republican candidates for conservatives to consider supporting for President. Donald Trump is not one of them, but that hasn’t stopped him from trying. He’s speaking at CPAC this year, and yesterday, the Washington Post ran a story on his still nascent campaign. Here’s what they tell us: The billionaire real-estate mogul, who | Read More »

ISIS and the Threat of Homegrown Terrorism

On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Inserra to discuss the ISIS arrests in NYC earlier this week, the threat of homegrown terrorism and if the fight around funding for the Department of Homeland Security in Washington could jeopardize our national security.

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The #EndSlaveryAct Deserves Our Support

I have spent a lot of time on the front page of RedState covering the horrors committed by ISIS over the past several months, but lest we forget, they are not the only perpetrators of horrendously evil acts. One of the most odious ongoing crimes against humanity is human trafficking, and it could be going on right in our backyards. In fact, I live in | Read More »








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