Are YOU Ready for ‘Son of God’ Movie?
There is a massive cultural, entertainment and religious phenomenon scheduled for Friday, February 28. So make way — He is coming back — to the theaters that is. “He” is Jesus, that ever controversial Jewish Rabbi who will be starring in the movie Son of God. Not since the 1965 release of George Steven’s epic film, The Greatest Story Ever Told, has there been a | Read More »
Could George W. Bush Be The Last Republican President?
NOTE: Link to 2012 RedState piece. Last week I received an email blast from the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus and it began: Friend, I need your opinion: who would you like to see as the Republican presidential nominee in 2016? You’re one of a few conservative leaders I’ve selected to take our 2016 Presidential Straw Poll. Curious, I clicked the link | Read More »
Is ‘Income Inequality’ the Democrats and Obama’s new ‘War on Women’ for 2014?
As a long-time loyal Republican and “political observer” I marvel at the ability of President Obama and his Democrat Party message machine to concoct or resurrect wedge issues that are captured in catchy phrases and used to successfully polarize the nation. The phrase is then turned into fundraising gold, ground up into red meat to feed base Democrat voter groups, used to demonize Republicans, positioned to | Read More »
2013 Government Data on Food Stamp Growth is Worse Than You Thought
Today our nation celebrates a glorious occasion, the 50th anniversary of President Johnson’s War on Poverty. Thus, you will be hearing much media discussion as to whether this program, costing untold billions, was a success or failure, and you as RedState readers are capable of drawing your own conclusions. Tangential to a War on Poverty, “victory” discussion is a chart that our government released on December 6, 2013 | Read More »
A Jewish Christmas Story
Author’s Note: This piece was originally posted on December 22, 2013. Today, on Christmas Eve 2014, I am reposting it again because last year I was so uplifted by the positive feedback I received through personal emails from readers. My love for politics is only exceeded by my passion for religious and faith issues. So with Christmas upon us, here is an intriguing tale of | Read More »
Jesus ‘Most Significant Person Ever’ According to New Research Study
Just in time for the Christmas gift-giving season, is a new and widely reported book with the revelation, “Jesus Christ named history’s most successful meme.“ Now, if you are like me you may be asking what the heck is a “meme?” So I looked it up on Merriam-Webster Dictionary and read the following: An idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a | Read More »
Is Clinton/Warner the GOP’s Most Feared 2016 Democrat Ticket?
All signs point to Hillary Clinton being the Democrat Party’s presidential nominee in 2016. Confirming this assumption is the latest Iowa poll from the Des Moines Register. The poll gives Clinton a favorable/unfavorable rating of 89 percent to 7 percent among Iowa Democrats in this first presidential caucus state, where in 2008 Clinton lost to then-Senator Obama. Even the Republican National Committee believes “Hillary 2016” is a done deal and is | Read More »
Obama at DreamWorks in La La Land Today Speaking About (Fairytale) Economy
Politico reports: Obama is set to speak on the economy at DreamWorks’s Los Angeles-area headquarters on Tuesday. Which leads me to ask: Is Obama living his own fairytale today? Consider this: We have a president created by the media and funded by Hollywood who is speaking at DreamWorks headquarters in La La Land. He is expected to talk about how an economy, propped up by $85 billion a | Read More »
Not a joke: 12 Reasons Why Obama is One of the Best Presidents Ever
What you are about to read is a much abbreviated version of a piece that appeared in the Huffington Post on November 15. It was written by Matthew Lynch Ed.D. the author of, The Call to Teach: An Introduction to Teaching. (This appeared next to his name.) It is disconcerting that as an educator, Mr. Lynch is filling innocent minds with this kind of mush. And we wonder why | Read More »
New Quinnipiac Poll Has Christie Beating Hillary By One Point in 2016
If you are not now, or will never be, “Ready for Hillary” then here is a new Quinnipiac poll released on November 13 that should lift your spirits for the 2016 presidential race. Newly reelected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie tops former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by one point, 43 percent to 42 percent. Please be aware that this poll taken three years before the November 8, 2016 presidential election means absolutely | Read More »