Tech at Night: Democrat thinks global censorship is possible
Look, anarchists are terrible. America should restore the old policy of deporting foreign anarchists, and jailing domestic ones. It’s a dangerous ideology and should not be treated as legitimate. That said, Dianne Feinstein is an idiot. She’s blinded by ideology and believes in an all-powerful government, but in fact government can’t accomplish what she hopes. Just like her gun control idea, which in practice would disarm | Read More »
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The Clinton machine threatens Martin O’Malley. Note the choice of subject noun.
Does Hillary Clinton even know what is done in her name?Read More »
.@CBS employee files false fraud report
Not content to hound a small business into bankruptcy, militant homosexuals are now engaged in filing fraudulent fraud reports. Most of you know that Memories Pizza, of Walkerton, IN, has been run out of business by vengeful and somewhat deranged homosexual rights advocates because they would not cater pizza to a homosexual wedding reception. Mind you, no one has ever heard of such a reception | Read More »
Your Rate of Hope and Change Your economic prospects could be worse. You could be a delivery driver for Memories Pizza. Either that, or a vocal homosexual activist in many of the countries where Apple Computer sells its watches and I-Phones. But instead, it’s statistically likely you have the more run-of-the-mill problems that persist in America’s mundane, work-a-day economy. How is | Read More »
Iran accuses Obama of lying about the nuclear weapons deal
It is a sure sign you’ve failed when your political opponents and the people you are negotiating with accuse you of lying. Yesterday, Obama lied to the American people in the boldest possible terms on what the nuclear negotiations deal meant. In simple terms, Iran gave up the ability to have a nuclear energy program and in return got permission from Obama to build a | Read More »
Humans are smart at all developmental stages
Aimee Stahl and Lisa Feigenson at Johns Hopkins University have studied the ability of infants to understand and to study physics. It turns out there is strong evidence that babies quickly learn the basics of how the world works, and when they see something unexpected, they run tests to study that phenomenon. Infants are smart. Calling them infants doesn’t make them any less of a | Read More »
Indiana turns religious freedom law into a law punishing religious freedom
This is Orwellian. When confronted by the rage of homosexual activists and their supporters… most of whom do not live in Indiana and none of whom would ever vote Republican… Mike Pence and the two imbeciles leading the Indiana legislature, Senate President Pro Tem David Long (R-Fort Wayne), and House Speaker Brian Bosma (R-Indianapolis) [pictured above] did what all moderates do when criticized by people who | Read More »
Obama lies about Iranian fatwa against nuclear weapons
Yesterday, Barack Obama told one of the most egregious series of lies any American president has ever uttered to the American people. It would be fair to say it was unprecedented. The closest approximation would be a tie between Richard Nixon’s “I am not a crook” and Bill Clinton’s “I did not have sex with that woman.” In neither of those cases, however, was the | Read More »
And they crucified him, and parted his garments, casting lots: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, They parted my garments among them, and upon my vesture did they cast lots. And sitting down they watched him there; And set up over his head his accusation written, THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS. Now from the sixth hour there | Read More »
The Weekend That Changed the World
Approximately 1,982 years ago, a man died. In fact, many men died that day. We know for sure of three men. Two were tied to crosses and crucified. One was nailed to the cross. Had that been the end of it, it would have just been like so many other Roman crucifixions. But, unbeknownst to most anyone at the time, the first Easter weekend would | Read More »
Obama Admin Wants Photos of License Plates to Track Illegals
Does it count as domestic spying or government data-gathering if a private contractor does it? The Obama Administration’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, ICE, is soliciting a contract for a private vendor that will help the agency track the movement of illegal aliens via license plate readers. The federal government specifically wants access to a license plate reader database that adds 30 million new records | Read More »
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Friends: Religious Freedom, Foreign Policy, and More Hillary Emails
Welcome back to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Friends! Tonight, RedState’s own Caleb Howe joins the panel along with F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, Neal Dewing of the Federalist, Jeff Blehar of the Ace of Spades Decision Desk, and Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute. Tonight the guys will discuss religious freedom, the ongoing foreign policy debacle that is the Obama | Read More »
The Sexual Revolution and the death of love
The attack by homosexual activists and their supporters on the ability of religious people (primarily Christian because they are afraid members of some other religions might blow them up if pressed) to practice their faith as anything but a cultural artifact on Sundays and a few holidays has reached full-throated roar over laws passed in Indiana and Arkansas. Tim Carney made this observation in the | Read More »
Grant Starrett for Congress
My good friend Grant Starrett is getting into the race for Congress in Tennessee against Congressman Rep. Scott DesJarlais (R-TN)Heritage ActionScorecardRep. Scott DesJarlaisHouse Republican Average82%, and I strongly endorse him for the seat. I first met Grant when he was in law school working for Senator Jim DeMint, and I’ve subsequently gotten to know him at various conservative conferences and also in Atlanta and Nashville. Here’s | Read More »
Salesforce: loves doing business in gay-killing Saudi Arabia, hates doing it in Indiana.
Salesforce avoiding Indiana is a gesture: avoiding Saudi Arabia would be an economic hardship. And we can’t have that, can we?Read More »
Hey Indiana GOP: You Can’t “Fix” the RFRA
Indiana Republicans, hoping to shutdown the national firestorm of controversy over their state’s newly enacted Religious Freedom Restoration Act, are moving to amend the law. But here’s the problem: their proposed “fix” plays right into the arguments of the law’s opponents. While some Indiana Republicans haven’t articulated a strong defense of the RFRA, the professionally outraged opponents of the law haven’t exactly leveled substantive criticisms. | Read More »
Follow the Money: Angie’s List
Most of us remember the Yellow Pages, but our kids look at us like we’re speaking a foreign language when we mention the tome of phone numbers that was our top reference for pressing service needs each day. Today, with services like Angie’s List, we have information at our fingertips anywhere. With their “Reviews you can trust” slogan, they have taken much of that uncertainty | Read More »
Will Indiana sell RFRA to Appease LGBTQ Activism?
The ink was hardly dry on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Law before the LGBTQ activists began to protest. They began to shout and demonstrate and make demands on Twitter, because they did not get what they wanted. They have every right to have opinions, but in this vocal and explosive minority is not willing for a discussion to have any outcome they do not like. | Read More »