McConnell for Senate. OK. Send Mitch a message. Send Mitch $1.00
Erick’s diary yesterday, “McConnell for Senate” is one of the more fascinating reads on Red State in a long time. It ‘s evidence of a wide disparity in how the conservative base views the putative Senate majority leader in waiting. Heck, even the esteemed MODS are in a pickle: streiff: “Personally, I wouldn’t pee up McConnell’s butt if his guts were on fire.” But, after a | Read More »
Forget about the NFL and the NBA: ABC is blatantly racist and homophobic; an investigation is urgently needed
ESPN is a major component of ABC. For several weeks now, those of us who look to sports as an escape from both politics and daily life, have been barraged endlessly with stories about Michael Sam and the NFL, and Donald Sterling and the NBA, and how racist and homophobic we all are. It’s about time for ABC to engage in a little self-examination. ABC | Read More »
Not newsworthy: NY Times’ two FEMALE star columnists ( Maureen Dowd & Gail Collins) take a pass on Jill Abramson’s firing
Well, so much for the sisterhood..It seems that the “war on women” is being choreographed, by, well…women. The biggest story in years about the MSM concerns the kerfluffle at the New York Times about executive editor Jill Abramson’s firing. The “Old Grey Lady” has two star columnists, Gail Collins ( who for a number of years was the editor of the editorial page) and the | Read More »
Bill Clinton is too old to be elected president and hello!!!….. he and Hillary are the same age.
Let’s assume, just for the purposes of this diary.. that Bubba’s political career had somehow paralleled that of California’s governor Moonbeam, Jerry Brown. That is, Clinton did not win the 1992 nomination, and after years of chasing women and trying to make some money, he’d run for governor of Arkansas again ( and yes, yes, I know that Arkansas has absolute term limits – this | Read More »
Resolved: No federal civil service employee should ever again get a bonus. Period.
Quick introductory note: When I pen a diary on Red State, it’s most always about a topic with which I have some knowledge and/or expertise. So let me state up front, and very clearly, that I have ZERO knowledge of the federal civil service system, especially its pay structure. Rather, I’m hoping this will elicit comments from those who can speak accurately on the | Read More »
Erick: What about Delvis Dutton for Georgia’s 12th CD..check out the guy’s ad.
The other day. Erick posted his Georgia picks here: http://www.redstate.com/2014/05/09/my-georgia-picks/ He didn’t recommend people in every race. I know very little about local Georgia politics..but in the 12th CD, to beat Dem John Barrow…who somehow manages to survive again and again, a state senator named Delvis Dutton is running for the GOP nomination. Please check out his ads, they’re 15 second gems….with a great tag | Read More »
OMG!!!Eleanor Clift loses her mind: Chris Stevens wasn’t murdered, he died of “smoke inhalation.”
Just when you think it couldn’t get any crazier, it does. Eleanor Clift, the shrill harridan apologist for the left, on “The McLaughlin Report” today, somehow, I surmise, trying to defend Hillary, opined that Stevens’ death was an unfortunate industrial accident: Next she’ll tell us that the 30o girls in Nigeria weren’t kidnapped by Islamic terrorists..they were actually just out on a school field trip, | Read More »
It’s the Democrats, NOT Republicans, who are about to make the same huge mistake over Benghazi as they did with Clinton’s impeachement
As the Benghazi investigation heats up with the appointment of a Select Committee in the House, Democrats and the MSM are tripping over themselves in hand-wringing displays of concern for the GOP, reminding everyone how previously Republicans supposedly overplayed their hand, regurgitating ad nauseam the factoid that in the 6th year the President’s party ALWAYS loses seats’ excepting of course, in 1996, when the Democrats | Read More »
Has Chris Christie been emasculated by Bridgegate?
A very small group of left wing students and faculty forced Condi Rice to withdraw as commencement speaker at Rutgers. Actually, when the university officials refused to forcefully stand up for academic freedom, Rice chose to gracefully withdraw, rather than create a scene that would detract from the commencement experience for the vast majority of students and their families. Just in case you hadn’t noticed, | Read More »
Lois Lerner’s so called “waiver of her 5th amendment rights” was staged, to delay the investigation
I’m watching the House Rules Committee hearing, as they get ready to vote a contempt citation for Lois Lerner. It’s obvious that Lerner, likely in cahoots with other officials at the IRS and the Obama White House, staged the entire scene in order to grad out, and delay the investigation, while attempting to allow the Democrats to demean, denigrate, and diminish Issa’s investigation. Consider. Lerner | Read More »