Hillary Clinton’s Consultants’ Consultants’ Interns Announce Hillary Is Running to Subsidize Dem Consultants
Three hours later than the press had told us she would announce, Hillary announced what everyone knew — she is running to subsidize Democratic consultants who’ve been left on the sidelines while Team Chicago ran things. Oh, she’s running for President too. Hope, change, and all that — her logo is a bit Trauma Hospital. A blue H with a red arrow, it almost suggests, | Read More »
Join Us In Stopping Hillary
Today, Hillary Clinton announced what we already knew: she’s running for president. She has been running for president for at least a decade, but she’s been running from scandal for even longer. In fact, Clinton is synonymous with scandal. Can you remember a time when the Clintons haven’t been associated with controversy? The fact is, Hillary Clinton doesn’t think the rules apply to her. She | Read More »
Brooklyn #readyforhillary with snarky guerrilla street art mocking her.
Hillary Clinton gets hit with some guerrilla street art.Read More »
Maureen Dowd’s op-ed in The New York Times reads like a forced apology delivered by a six year old after hitting his brother—with Daddy standing behind him holding The Belt. Surely the liberal Dowd has to support Hillary, because the spectrum of choices outside the presumptive Democratic nominee are inconceivably bad to her. But she doesn’t have to like it. Dowd compares Hillary to Nixon, | Read More »
The @NYTimes Thinks Recorded History Began in 2008
I have to say that, despite of everything the media has done to date, I nevertheless am frequently surprised by how readily they aim to convince us that American history, particularly presidential history, began in 2008 with the election of Barack Obama. Bolding and numeration is mine for the breakdown of this piece. It is a peculiar, but unmistakable, phenomenon: As Barack Obama’s presidency heads | Read More »
If you want to help Malia, Barack Obama: stop blaming global warming, and quit smoking.
Barack Obama should quit smoking – and quit blaming global warming for his kid’s asthma.Read More »
In Case Something Happens to Me or My Family
This is just bizarre. I normally spend time on the weekend going through the RedState server side spam folder. A lot gets through and then goes into my spam folder, but occasionally stuff gets stopped at the server. And there I found these. The weirdest part is that I have no idea who this person is. I’ve even gone into our system and tracked by | Read More »
Bloomberg Fell For Bull, Because It Wanted to Believe
Bloomberg ran a story that Nancy Reagan was endorsing Hillary Clinton. It was a fake story that Bloomberg picked up without hesitating and ran. It had to yank the story and apologize. Who the hell would even believe a story like that? The Media. Just like liberal reporters immediately believed Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 84% stormed out of an interview and turned | Read More »
Tech at Night: Obama misses the point on Cybersecurity
They tell me it’s a very good thing Obama did, threatening to send the hackers to the cornfield. Or at least to take their stuff. But I’m not sure in practice it’ll matter much since, you know, the attackers are abroad. We can’t even get Edward Snowden, but Russia can get into Obama’s servers. What good is Obama’s order going to do? Just a reminder: | Read More »
Beyond Generation Wuss
The liberal is a particular breed of herd animal, a breed which tramples all to get to the front of the stampede, leaving behind nothing but a wide trail of destruction and feces. Such as it is with the latest eruption of bat guano that advanced the notion anything can be racist. Kimberly Ross aptly described this mindset as “Generation Wuss,” but now that the stampede | Read More »
Gender Equality in the Military
Top priorities in military conflict are completion of the mission and safety of those involved. Since training is where the groundwork is laid for what will take place on the fields of combat, standards are rigid and direction is strict. These are absolute necessities. Including women in non-traditional roles of military service, such as special forces, is still a relatively new subject to discuss. This | Read More »
Hillary Clinton to go the Max Headroom campaign strategy route. No, really.
Hillary Clinton as Max Headroom.Read More »
Katherine Krueger, Spencer Ackerman, Josh Marshall and Other Leftwing Reporters Make Crap Up About Rand Paul
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 84% was taking questions in an interview. He agreed to take one more question from a reporter. He answered it and wrapped up the interview. The liberal reporter from the left-wing Guardian then tried to ask another question. Guess what? Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 84% did not answer it. Why? He’d already answered the last | Read More »
Villains Ye Were; Villains Ye Remain!
A Person Who Tells You To Eat This Guy Isn’t Your Friend. “Stop right where you are! You know the score, pal! You’re not a cop, you’re “little people.” From The Movie Blade Runner.– HT: Le Wik It was back in my misspent youth, when my parents packed me off to Camp Brady Saunders for their own sakes more than mine | Read More »
Does Repo Stress Indicate a Coming Market Crash?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the Swiss government’s negative bond issuance, stress in the repo market and if it indicates a future market crash.Read More »
Who Is this Person in the #WalterScott Shooting Video?
UPDATE: Per Greg Pollwitz on Twitter, this officer is named Clarence Habersham. I will be submitting an open records request for Officer Habersham’s Incident Report today; however, I expect probable stonewalling. Some members of the legacy media who are covering this story should demand to see this report as soon as possible. Only public pressure will cause the North Charleston PD to release this information. | Read More »
Too Soon to Go Full Totalitarian
The gay rights movement has tended to be a well-choreographed stage production over the last number of decades. Over time, behind the scenes, they pushed hard for gay characters in film and television. They pushed gay actors out of the closet and encouraged celebrations of diversity. A population that, according to the census, makes up less than 10 percent of the nation, gives the impression | Read More »
A Bit Ashamed of Us All
I have read few people over the past week more eloquently cover the end of the Civil War than my friend Streiff here at RedState. Yesterday, he was one of the few to write about the end of the Civil War, 150 years ago yesterday. I highly encourage you to read it. I think we should all be ashamed of ourselves, just a bit. 150 | Read More »
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends: Rand Paul, Rolling Stone, and #WalterScott
Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends! Tonight, Lachlan Markay of the Washington Free Beacon joins the regular panel of Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute, Neal Dewing of the Federalist, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, and Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk. The panel plans to discuss 2016 (featuring [mc_name name=’Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)’ chamber=’senate’ | Read More »
April 9, 1865. The Surrender at Appomattox
Were I asked to pick critical points in American history, points after Independence was a done deal but where the very fate of the Republic teetered on razor’s edge, three would instantly come to mind. First. Washington’s response to the Newburgh Conspiracy and his subsequent resignation as Commander in Chief. Second. Washington’s leaving office after two terms. These two events ensure the United States would | Read More »