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SURPRISE. POLITICO’s @joshgerstein Is Attacking Hillary Clinton Email Investigator
The go-to guy used by Hillary Clinton defenders to obfuscate the damage to national security done by Hillary Clinton’s betrayal of US secrets is POLITICO’s Josh Gerstein. I his latest he shops oppo on one of the State Department IG investigations.Read More »
BREAKING: State Department Admits 22 E-mails on Hillary’s Unsecured Server Were ‘Top Secret’
This is just being reported by the Associated Press. Here’s more from the AP: But The Associated Press has learned seven email chains are being withheld in full because they contain information deemed to be “top secret.” The 37 pages include messages recently described by a key intelligence official as concerning so-called “special access programs” — a highly restricted subset of classified material that could | Read More »
Who won the ratings battle between Fox and Trump?
Donald Trump’s perceived effect on debate viewership is overstated. As we discovered last night.Read More »
Water Cooler 1/29/16 Open Thread – Hidden behind shrubs, Medical must read, Find the furry, Firing squads
A little something different: The New York Times has put out a “a virtual reality film.” They made the film using footage of campaign events over the last month. You’ll need to download the NYT VR app on your mobile device if you don’t already have it. The Times touts the project this way: “Being alongside voters as they react to their favorite candidate is a | Read More »
Donald Trump And The Media: He’s The Melissa Click Of The 2016 Field (VIDEO)
Melissa Click was a nobody professor at the University of Missouri until one day during some typical left wing douchebag social justice protests on campus, she encountered student journalist Mark Schierbecker. She told him he had to get out. When he reminded her he had a first amendment right to be there she famously said, “Hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? I | Read More »
Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Has The Worst Idea Imaginable
There is nothing – nothing at all – that will end well here. SnapChat is an app that is used primarily for tweens and teens to send naked photos to each other, as well as post them as “stories” for the world to see. The main feature of the app is that photos will be instantly destroyed after their time is up. Bill Clinton is a | Read More »
School Choice Gains Momentum – and Here’s Why
This week is National School Choice Week! Here are five reasons to celebrate school choice this year. Parents know better than bureaucrats Parents across America already know each child is different; each child has a unique set of strengths, weaknesses, challenges and triumphs which shape how he or she learns. Despite parents everywhere recognizing this obvious fact when it comes to their own children, the | Read More »
(VIDEO) Iranian Subs And Drones Target US Carriers And Obama Does Nothing
Iran has launched a series of provocations and obviously hostile actions against the US Navy in the Persian Gulf. Why does Obama refuse to act?Read More »
BREAKING: Thousands of Hillary Clinton Emails to Remain HIDDEN Until After New Hampshire Primary
Friday news is always the stuff they hope you’ll miss. And the case of the State Department, today’s is particularly “look away” in scope. It seems thousands of Hillary Clinton emails will not be released from State until AFTER the New Hampshire primary. How … conveniently inconvenient. The Hill has the scoop: In a court filing late on Thursday evening, the department insisted that it | Read More »
[VIDEO] Watch these illegal aliens remind us of why Cruz and Trump are winning
As much as we all know the truth about Donald Trump’s online brownshirts, most Americans nationwide who back him, do so because they imagine he’s fighting for America. They don’t know about his true pro-amnesty views, they just want him to stand up for us. That’s why he’s doing well. It’s also a reason Ted Cruz, the man with a trusted record standing up to | Read More »
This Tax Treaty Would Authorize the Automatic Sharing of Americans’ Financial Information With Foreign Governments
In November, lawmakers on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved a number of seemingly innocuous tax treaties, which typically pass with little to no fanfare. However, buried among the eight tax treaties passed by the Senate panel is one that could have significant consequences for Americans with foreign bank accounts, as well as foreigners who have an account at a U.S. financial institution. It’s called | Read More »
Mike Huckabee’s Desperate, Loathsome Attack on Ted Cruz
The best news about the Iowa caucuses this year is that after they are over, they will send Mike Huckabee into the political oblivion that he so richly deserves. When last we saw Mike Huckabee, he was basically accusing every evangelical who didn’t back him of being on the take (despite having absolutely no evidence of this) and and claiming that if he were elected, he | Read More »
RedState Live in Iowa: The Schedule
We are very excited to on the ground in Iowa to cover the Iowa caucuses live and in person. I will be joined in Iowa by Sara Gonzales along with Matt Vespa and Courtney O’Brien from our sister site Townhall to bring you live stories and exclusive video from several campaign events and caucus locations. Below please find our anticipated schedule and be sure to | Read More »
LaVoy Finicum Was Shot Dead, But Will His Death Have Any Meaning?
On Tuesday, land use protester Lavoy Finicum was killed at a police roadblock. The method chosen by protesters harms their cause and they need to revisit their strategy if Finicum is to be the last killed, rather than the first of many.Read More »
Michael Reagan to Donald Trump: You’re No Ronald Reagan
One of the hazards of trying to claim the mantle of a great man who is only fairly recently departed from the scene is that he still has family and friends around to set you straight. Donald Trump should remember that the next time he tries to insinuate that he’s anything like Ronald Reagan or has anything like Reagan’s approach to politics, leadership or conservatism. | Read More »
The gun grabbers thought they won in Virginia. Guess what happened next.
Last month, the administration of Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D-Friend of Bill) took an extremist step that the gun grabbers loved. To the delight the New York Values at the Daily News, McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring unilaterally announced an end to gun permit reciprocity with 25 states. Then everything came crashing down on them.
Rubio Won The Debate
During the FoxNews/Google debate, Rubio once again demonstrated that he is the most articulate presidential candidate. As he has done in all seven GOP debates, Rubio answered some very tough questions and always responded with answers that sounded heartfelt, sincere and polished but not slick. Rubio, during the heat of a nationally televised debate, manages to offer reassurance, hope and inspiration.Read More »
Who Won? Trump Event vs. Fox News GOP Debate: Early Numbers Are In
Last night, in an epic showing of temper-tantrums not seen since my mom grounded me from video games in 1987 after I failed a math quiz, Donald Trump raised six million dollars for his foundation (which will allegedly support veterans instead of the usual recipients) by abandoning the GOP debate on Fox News in favor of a 2 hour infomercial happily carried on both CNN | Read More »
I Would Vote for Donald Trump on One Condition
The one condition would be if he sounded like this, all the time.
Google churned up some VERY interesting data on last night’s Donald Trump searches.
Google found that more people looked for the debate live stream than looked for Trump’s live stream.Read More »