Myra Adams is a media producer, writer and political observer, who served on the McCain Ad Council during the 2008 McCain campaign, and on the 2004 Bush campaign creative team. Her writing credits include National Review, PJ Media, The Daily Beast, World Net Daily, The Daily Caller, BizPac Review and Liberty Unyielding. Myra's web site contributes all profits to Christian charity. Follow @MyraKAdams on Twitter.


    Myra Adams: How Trump Built a Firm Foundation With the GOP Base and Earned His ‘Front runner’ Status

    How did Donald Trump celebrate his 67th birthday on June 14, 2013? Where was Donald Trump on August 10, 2013? What was Trump doing in Novi, Michigan on May 21, 2013? Why am I asking these absurd questions? Because the answers will help millions of Americans who, when watching the first GOP primary debate, are likely the ask the question, “How did Donald Trump become | Read More »

    Did You Ever Notice the Asterisk on Your Social Security Statement?

    Author Note:  This piece was originally posted July 30 on National Review. Drudge Report re-posted it and, as a result, it was shared over 29,000 times and received over 2,800 comments.  In case you missed it, here it is again. I look forward to seeing all my RedState friends this coming weekend at the Gathering where we can continue discussing this important issue.    While engaging | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Trump’s Brand is Now ‘Worth Zero’ and How It Can Be Saved

    Exclusive to RedState On June 16, 2015 at Trump Tower in New York City, Donald Trump’s eldest daughter, 33-year- old Ivanka Trump, introduced her father before he declared himself a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. During her remarks Ivanka described one of her father’s unique personality traits, which in retrospect contained the seeds of his own destruction: “My father is the opposite of | Read More »

    Myra Adams: Trump, The Candidate For The Fed Up

    EXCLUSIVE TO REDSTATE The Republican Party is in desperate need of a media strategy to accommodate presidential hopeful Donald Trump as he quickly morphs into the candidate for the fed up. For the purposes of this piece the “fed up” are defined as concerned hard-working, tax-paying, mostly middle-aged American citizens who see their country slipping away even faster than Democrats’ support for Hillary Clinton. Over | Read More »

    July 4, the flag, the Bible: All under attack

    Re-posted from World Net Daily As our nation prepares to celebrate 239 years of independence from a former world superpower 33 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 can’t even name, I am most disturbed by former CIA Deputy Director Michael Morell’s recent statement reacting to a bulletin issued by the Department of Homeland Security warning about a potential Fourth of July | Read More »

    Republicans Should Help Bernie Sanders to Weaken Hillary

    Re-posted from National Review Support Bernie Sanders! This is a call to action for every Republican anxious to win back the White House in 2016. Bernie Sanders, the socialist U.S. senator from Vermont, is now surging in his quest to win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. He is attracting media attention and large crowds, and is invigorated by a New Hampshire–primary poll showing him only | Read More »

    Bill and Hill: ‘Two for the Price of One’ — Again?

    The Clintons at President Obama’s Second Inauguration Credit: Daily Mail UK   It was during the 1992 presidential campaign that Arkansas governor Bill Clinton — the nation’s first baby-boomer presidential candidate, running against President George H. W. Bush — used the phrase “two for the price of one.” This twofer concept was Clinton’s quaint way of bragging (to the delight of | Read More »

    Democrat Insider: Expect a ‘Clinton Co-presidency’

      Re-posted from My ongoing effort to understand why the Clintons are able to stomp-on, skirt or just plain ignore unwritten rules (or even laws) governing political behavior led me to ask some questions (via email) of a longtime Washington, D.C., power-broker/lobbyist/Democratic Party fundraiser I had recently met at a social gathering. Given that he knows the Clintons and is well-versed in the ways | Read More »

    Another Dubious Obama Legacy: No experience needed to be president

    Re-posted from National Review Online Both parties are succumbing to the new normal in the age of Obama. Recently a spate of articles have unleashed the rumor that if crowned the Democratic party’s 2016 presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton is likely to select Julian Castro, the secretary of housing and urban development (HUD), as her running mate. Keep in mind, Castro has been HUD secretary only | Read More »

    Five Reasons Why Jeb Bush Should Drop Out Now (before officially entering the 2016 race)

    Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush   Re-posted from BizPacReview  and   Conservative News Today Facebook   After finishing the first draft of this piece I received a late night return phone call from a Florida Republican power player (who asked that his name be withheld). He was responding to a question from me earlier about former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush’s prospects for | Read More »