Mississippi runoff and South Carolina
Well last night I must say was very interesting. For awhile there, it looked like Chris McDaniel would outright beat Cochran, though I initially didn’t know that there’s a minimum 50% threshold to avoid a runoff. Anyhow, Cochran I’m more than happy to say is DOOMED. I’d more than happily U.S. Senator Chris McDaniel, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves. For as big as | Read More »
Ventura County Democrat Party stalking local GOP House candidate? And lying about it? Hmmm…
Democrat lying isn’t exactly news lately, but all politics are local, as are Democrat lies these days
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Democrats, Defend the Constitution, or Resign.
If you cannot fight for America; if you cannot speak out against your party’s despotism; resign. Your President breaks the law. He releases terrorists in exchange for a deserter, flaunting his contempt for Congress. The Attorney General is a perjurer held in contempt. Dozens upon dozens of Democrat scandals with major Administration Democrats lying repeatedly to the American people; Rice, Holder, Carney, Clinton, Clapper and not the | Read More »
From the diariesImmigration reform will be the hottest issue at the 2014 Texas GOP Convention this week in Fort Worth. Immigration issues are Texas GOP’s favorite sword to dive on and the Democrats are all too willing to sharpen the tip. The GOP’s latest Comprehensive Immigration Reform plan is known as “The Texas Solution.” Any time politicians say the word “Comprehensive,” be wary. Likewise, we’ve | Read More »
Was Bergdahl’s exchange Obama’s attempt to “wag the dog?”
Most Americans, as they learn more about Bergdahl’s desertion, and the incredibly high price Obama paid to exchange him, are scratching their heads, and wondering “Why?” and “What were they possibly thinking?” Actually, there is an answer…a very simple one. THEY ARE INCREDIBLY STUPID AND INEPT. Occam’s razor tells us that when we have several different theories, the simplest one is most often correct. Or, | Read More »
Grant Lally AKA ‘ScozzofavaRedux’ attempted to raise campaign funds from a Fabricated Endorsement
The pride of the RINO GOP establishment, Grant Lally, had a very eventful week when it came prominent GOP endorsements. First the real one. John McCain, who apparently is still fond of Lally from his days as an illegal alien rabble rouser, officially endorsed Grant Lally Tuesday. Nothing screams RINO like touting the endorsement of a Pro Open Borders, Anti Free Speech, Global Warming zealot, | Read More »
Pastor Bob Coy: Calvary Chapel removes all existence of church founder from website
Gone as if he never existed are the teaching and wisdom of Pastor Bob Coy, the now former senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale. In an announcement, church web pastor Dan Hickling attempts to explain why the media content was removed.
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POW or PAWN? Checkmate Obama, Your Political Game is Over
It’s clear that the military knew exactly who Sgt. Bergdahl right after he left his post: he was a deserter. The president had to know this but chose to use this Sgt. as a pawn in his political game in order to release the 5 terrorists. As more and more troubling facts come out, there are two pressing questions: Why did the president make this deal? | Read More »
This Deal Is Getting Worse All The Time: Everything Wrong About The Bergdahl For Taliban Leaders Deal
Ladies and gentlemen a very rotten deal took place over the weekend, a deal that will end up costing the lives of a yet untold number of innocents, and will have serious foreign policy ramifications for decades to come. All of the details that we know about so far paint a very clear picture, something extremely wrong took place this weekend when President Obama traded | Read More »
What’s wrong with laissez-faire anyway?
If I believe the blogs and opinions of pundits from the left and the right, the fate of humanity hinges on the accuracy of Piketty’s data and conclusions. For the record, I believe Piketty’s historical data; I believe his statistics, and I can even go along with his calculations and factors.
Also for the record: so what?
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Free Book – Help Expose Kindle Users To Liberty!
KrisAnne Hall just released a new book on Amazon called “In Defense of Liberty” KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and a former prosecutor who was fired due to teaching the Constitution after work to Tea Party groups – she would not sacrifice liberty for a paycheck. She is a disabled veteran of the US Army, a Russian linguist, a mother, a pastor’s wife, a talk | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Primary Elections Open Thread
We have primary elections in eight states today: Iowa, Mississippi, Alabama, California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota. In my state — California — voter turn-out is expected to be really low. If you live in one of these states, stop by and tell us about your voting experience. And in the spirit of Erick’s leading diary today: (Another good reason to not | Read More »
Obama Aspires to Botswana…or 1870 or Something Like That
Depending on the source, the recently announced newest volley in the war on coal in the name of global warming, or climate change, is either the greatest thing to ever happen or it is an economic apocalypse in the making. Given the Obama track record, it is most likely the latter. Apparently trying to leave a legacy for his presidency that does not include Obamacare, | Read More »
LISA C. KNISELY has been unfairly discriminated against. She hasn’t been denied employment, housing, or equal treatment under the law and our constitution. She was denied the ‘right’ to be matched on OKCupid with someone who doesn’t want to sleep with her based on her physical appearance.
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Neither capitalism nor corporations are bad. Many use aspirational rhetoric and theories to find a way to justify that some people simple don’t work harder, are as smart or as willing to do things for jobs and opportunities as others. It is important to note that both liberals and unions have their money invested in the same said villainous companies. (Do you think Al Gore and Hillary | Read More »
Obama Abandons WV Democrats with New EPA Emissions Rules
If West Virginia’s Democrat leadership expected President Barack Obama to take a break from anti-coal actions during the 2014 election season, they must be sorely disappointed.
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Locals vs. Outsiders in AL-06 Race
Thanks to the retirement of Congressman Spencer Bachus in Alabama’s 6th Congressional District, which encompasses all of Bibb, Blount, Chilton, Coosa and Shelby Counties and most of Jefferson County, seven candidates are vying for our votes. The race has been called “the most moneyed primary in the South” http://www.rollcall.com/news/the_most_moneyed_house_primary_in_the_south-230516-1.html which seems accurate considering the obscene amount of money that has been raised and spent, particularly | Read More »
The “Consider This!” Podcast, Episode 78: A Unique Lawsuit Against ObamaCare, and the Source of the VA’s Troubles
The latest episode of the “Consider This!” podcast is out. Conservative commentary in 10 minutes or less. Keep an eye on Matt Sissel and the Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit against ObamaCare. They are taking a tact that’s not been used before, that ultimately the Supreme Court will likely have to look into. Listen in for details. The problems with the Veterans Administration health care system may not | Read More »
ALABAMA’S TEA PARTY CONSERVATIVE – SCOTT BEASON
Scott Beason, the tea party conservative supported by local activists.
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Sergeant Bergdahl and thinking the worst of the Obama regime
In view of the past five years of the Obama regime we’ve learned that just when you reach the point where you want to say “they’d never do that” you come up short and admit that they would. For instance, the using the IRS as political Brown Shirts has been passe since Richard Nixon tried it circa 1972. Benghazi: whether or not a rescue was | Read More »
Charter School Board President Resigns over Common Core
Brian Polet resigned as as board president and from the board of directors of Eagle Crest Charter Academy located in Michigan. Below is his stinging resignation letter. Please read and share this letter. Dear Eagle Crest Charter Academy, National Heritage Academies, and Central Michigan University, Effective June 30, 2014, I officially resign as board president and from the board of directors of the Eagle Crest | Read More »
How is Prohibiting Consumers from Getting Free Stuff Pro-Consumer?
The Media Marxist Left pushing the terrible Internet policy known as Network Neutrality oft are absurdly called “consumer groups.” Major U.S. Consumer Groups Support (Federal Communications Commission) FCC Action on Net Neutrality They want Net Neutrality because they want a single-payer government Web – they want the government to be your sole Internet Service Provider (ISP). “(T)he ultimate goal is to get rid of the | Read More »
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Why Gridlock is a Good Thing
Gridlock is one of the greatest blessings bestowed upon us by the Framers. It is a natural result of the checks and balances built into the system to stop any temporary majority from fundamentally changing the country. If it wasn’t for the checks and balances FDR would have completely socialized the country back in the 1930s. If it wasn’t for them now BHO would simply | Read More »
EPA rules to increase energy costs by 40%
The EPA is going to increase your electric bill by 40% by 2020. The new planned regulations will cut CO2 emissions from power plants by 30% in the next 15 years.
Get ready to pay for a big, steaming chunk of nothing.
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Marita Noon: Welcome to the “no pee” section of the swimming pool
All the regulations the administration may impose will not “nudge” the rest of the world to follow. Just because we declare that we won’t pee in the pool, won’t stop the others. And, just like the water in the pool, CO2 emissions are fungible.
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Forty One Traitors
A traitor is someone who betrays a friend, a country, or a principle. To betray your country is to deliberately do harm to its foundational principles. Forty one US Senators are sponsoring a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would, if enacted, deliberately do harm to our country by destroying the foundational principle of free speech upon which our strength and peaceful existence relies. We have forty | Read More »
Barack Obama, Free Speech and Operation Choke Point… you’d better watch out, you might be next!
The Constitution guarantees every American the Freedom of Speech. The very first Amendment to the document says “Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech…” Of course, what is speech that it needs such protection? Speech is more than just saying what’s on your mind, regardless of how profound or silly it is. Speech is communication. That’s the speech that needed protection and | Read More »
Leftists and the Roberts Court
Every so often, I like to read articles in liberal publications in the hopes of gaining some understanding of how the Leftist mind works. Granted, it is a tough task and Ann Coulter may be most correct in her analysis. A recent article in The National Journal by Norm Ornstein titled “Is It Time to Give Term Limits to Supreme Court Justices?” is illustrative of | Read More »
Caskets Los Angeles
This edition of the Funeral Consumer Guide is highlighted by the selection of tips detailing the array of caskets available in today’s market. Despite protections provided by the FTC’s Funeral Rule consumers routinely overpay for caskets purchased from funeral homes, simply because they do not know their rights or what products are available wholesale. Metal funeral caskets offer the greatest durability. Steel caskets are graded | Read More »
Week 22 Chonological Bible Reading – 2014
Week 22 – 2014 June Monday 02 1 Kings 2:13-3:28; 2 Chron. 1:1-13 Tuesday 03 1 Kings 5-6; 2 Chron. 2-3 Wednesday 04 1 Kings 7; 2 Chron. 4 Thursday 05 1 Kings 8; 2 Chron. 5:1-7:10 Friday 06 1 Kings 9:1-10:13; 2 Chron. 7:11-9:12 Saturday 07 1 Kings 4; 10:14-29; 2 Chron. 1:14-17; 9:13-28; Psalm 72 Sunday 08 Proverbs 1-3 Kings and Chronicles | Read More »
The Right to Keep Your Conscience
A central reason for the founding of our country was religious freedom. This is a big part of what makes America exceptional. Freedom of conscience is central to human dignity and religious freedom. If you forget how important this is look around the world and give thanks once again for the freedom we have to practice our faith, to believe or not to believe, in | Read More »
The Long Enduring Obamas
Many lines have been written concerning Mr. Ta-Nehisi Coates’ recent reparations rant. An excellent reposte can be found at NRO by Kevin Williamson. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/378737/case-against-reparations-kevin-d-williamson It has a few logical lapses, but overall is pretty good. In the meantime, I cannot resist the temptation to reply directly to Mr. Coates assertion (in the original piece to which Williamson is responding) that: “In the contest of upward mobility, Barack and Michelle | Read More »
Reparations – good for wealthy Democrats
I found this on NRO: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/378737/case-against-reparations-kevin-d-williamson Some of Mr. Williamson’s conclusions are nonsense, not to mention contradicted by his own words elsewhere in the piece: “The fact is that the situation of African Americans in the United States has improved precisely to the extent that whites have begun to forgo tribalism and to genuinely commit themselves to the principles of liberalism, the long march toward | Read More »
“The United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind.” — President Barack Obama
I’m very happy for Sergeant Bergdahl and his family that he will be returning home. Not that’s out of the way, the cynic in me arises at the timing of the release (as in Obama political machine maestros, “hey, Mr. President, we’re in deep trouble with the one demographic of Americans we can’t afford to lose, the veterans, and their families. We gotta do something, | Read More »
Emptying Gitmo: Obama Trades 5 Terrorist For 1 POW; House Passes Spending For Gitmo North
“This deal is getting worse all the time”-Lando Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back This weekend something very big happened in American foreign policy, the decades old doctrine of not negotiating with terrorist is dead and with that we can start counting down the days until President Obama closes Gitmo and sends those terrorist prisoners he doesn’t release to Thomson Prison in Northwestern Illinois. Sgt. | Read More »
Ukraine and Afghanistan: A Tale of Four Presidents
Somewhere in academia – maybe at Georgetown; maybe at the Sorbonne – a professor is taking notes for her next class of aspiring diplomats. Case studies are the mainstay of business and law schools; this week’s events in Afghanistan and Ukraine offer great sharply contrasating case studies for those aspiring to careers guiding their nations to peaceful resolution of thorny problems. Consider Ukraine: – The western media and the | Read More »
Mississippi Republican Primary “Endorsements”
Most of the interest in Mississippi this primary season will involve the Senate race. Before getting to that race, however, there will be two primary competitions in two of the three congressional districts held by Republicans. The first one is also the easy one- the 3rd Congressional District currently held by Gregg Harper. He is considered a mainstream or rank-and-file Republican by most pundits. The | Read More »
Cipto Junaedy Seminar Jakarta
Cipto Junaedy akan mengadakan seminar property bulan depan di Jakarta untuk singkat dan membimbing properti, pengembang real estate, manajer proyek, peralatan dan jasa konstruksi pemasok, pasar modal dan investor di Indonesia Real Estate Summit 2012 , yang diselenggarakan oleh Centre penyelenggara konferensi global yang Teknologi Management pada November 19-20. Permainan SEA mendatang dan industri pariwisata berkembang telah mengakibatkan orang asing berbondong-bondong ke Indonesia . The Nation baru-baru ini melaporkan para pejabat mengatakan | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ We The People…
The preamble to the Constitution states: We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. The Old Testament tells many stories of | Read More »
Sen Wicker (MS) & County Republican Leader Appeal for Democrat Votes in Senate Primary?
In an appeal via email to the party faithful of rural Tippah County, Jerry Windham, Ex-Officio writes that: “the Tea Party, and I suspect the Democratic party, is trying to unseat Senator Thad Cochran because he will be the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, should the Republican Party prevail as projected. That means that he will hold the purse strings of the United States Government. I suggest | Read More »
What to do about “nutjobs”: Time to man up, America
I bet you know someone, or of someone, who you’d call a genuine nutjob. I mean someone you wouldn’t trust with your dog, never mind your kids. How about someone who makes some really creepy comments, not once, but every time you see them? How about the loner at school, the weird kid?
You really never know what’s going through other people’s heads. There’s no mind-reading device, and anyone who says they can read minds is lying.
But you can observe people and see who is nutted-up (as we say in Georgia, or plain crazy for everyone else) and who’s just a redneck. Here’s a question: if you ran into the nutjob in Wal-Mart looking at the shotgun section, or at the sporting goods store browsing the pistols, would it disturb you?
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Buy YouTube Vewis
To give your business the edge, a powerful marketing tool. When you buy likes, you can give your video the instant boost to turn it into gold. Youtube Likes bring the money in Buy YouTube Views because users constantly seek video that tickles their interest and appreciation. But users can also catapult it to obscurity. Your video can become a viral phenomenon either positively or negatively. But | Read More »
Iowa Republican Primary “Endorsements”
Other than the congressional district races, there are GOP primaries for Governor and the Senate seat being vacated by Democrat Tom Harkin. First, the Governor’s race where incumbent Republican Terry Branstad seeks another term in office. The Democrats will run state senator Jack Hatch against the primary winner. As late as March, Branstad had approval ratings at 55%. Since then, due to a series of scandals | Read More »
Chicago Public Schools Refuses to Call “Jew Incinerator” Game by Students Anti-Semitic
For months a 14-year-old Jewish boy enrolled at The Ogden International School of Chicago had been subjected to anti-Semitic taunts by his classmates. According to local parent Jory Rozner Strosberg the vicious mocking included “Sending him pics of ovens, calling him half human, telling him to get in striped pjs and get in the oven…..” The boy’s mother, Lisa Wolf Clemente, encouraged her son to | Read More »
Global Elites Lament World Obesity Statistics
The easily persuaded are in an uproar over a study concluding that there are more overweight people in the world today than the entire population of the world in 1935. While the U.S. still has the largest number of “obese” people, surprisingly an increasing number can be found in the Middle East and North Africa. So at least we shouldn’t any longer have to hear | Read More »
Stay Classy: Thad Cochran Calls Chris McDaniel A “Scandal-plagued liar”
Senator Thad Cochran, sensing he may be retired after 42 years in D.C., is engaging in social media low-blows. His latest Facebook post exclaims: “Scandal-plagued liar Chris McDaniel says Thad is for gun control. The truth? Thad Cochran is endorsed by the NRA.” First of all, candidates endorsed by the NRA may or may not support gun control. After all, the NRA has a strong | Read More »
With the recent news from Medicare, I have decided to come forward with my problem. I, like apparently a certain fraction of other Americans, believe that I was born incomplete. I feel, deep in my consciousness that my body is missing something. I look in the mirror and am surprised to see the lack. I can feel them, see them in my minds eye, but | Read More »
A question for Chairman Priebus: Why isn’t the 2014 Republican Leadership Conference being livecast?
Since RNC Chairman Priebus often graces Red State with his comments, I thought I’d attempt to engage him in a brief dialogue. In case you hadn’t noticed, the 2014 Republican Leadership conference started yesterday in New Orleans, and continues through Saturday. Here’s the website: http://rlc2014.com/rlc2014/ There are some superb speakers: Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee,Alan West, Rick Perry, to name a few…. So why | Read More »
Wm. Shakespeare discusses Eric Shinseki….
“….That very frankly he confessed his treasons, implored your highness’ pardon and set forth a deep repentance: nothing in his life became him like the leaving it…..” I write this diary early Friday morning with the full expectation that around 5 PM this afternoon, the WH will announce that Eric Shinseki has been fired (allowed to resign) as head of the VA. Shinseki has to | Read More »