#StandWithAhmed: a deadly publicity stunt?
Irving MacArthur High School student Ahmed Mohamed, 14, poses for a photo at his home in Irving, Texas on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015. Mohamed was arrested and interrogated by Irving Police officers on Monday after bringing a homemade clock to school. Police don’t believe the device is dangerous, but say it could be mistaken for a fake explosive. He was suspended | Read More »
R.I.P., Jake Brewer. (CONTRIBUTE)
Jake Brewer, husband to Mary Katharine Ham, died in a car accident yesterday.
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Carly Fiorina moves abortion to center stage
Republican presidential candidate, businesswoman Carly Fiorina, makes a point during the CNN Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015, in Simi Valley, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill) In the second GOP debate the subject of Planned Parenthood and its baby harvesting operation came up. Carly Fiorina had this to say: As regards | Read More »
Trump and Walker down in new CNN Poll. Fiorina and Rubio up.
If the new ORC International poll for CNN is to be believed, Carly Fiorina’s thumping of Donald Trump was noticed. Trump is down 8 points from the previous CNN poll, losing a quarter of his prior 32% support, while Fiorina gained 12 points from a barely-registering 3%. Have we, at long last, reached Peak Trump™?
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, Jeb Bush
, John Kasich
, Marco Rubio
, Mike Huckabee
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, Rick Santorum
, Ron Paul
, Scott Walker
, Ted Cruz
Trump won’t apologize and he shouldn’t
(Rochester, NH, 09/17/15) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign event in Rochester, New Hampshire on Thursday, September 17, 2015. Staff photo by Christopher Evans Something like this happens to a GOP candidate every election cycle. Some random person — maybe famous, maybe not — says something untoward and there is a feeding frenzy to get him to denounce | Read More »
Hillary Aides Have Turned Over more than 100,000 Emails
More and more potential evidence is showing up in the scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton’s emails. According to the government’s latest report, the total number of emails turned over to the State Department by Hillary’s aides has topped 100,000. The Washington Times breaks down the numbers: Huma Abedin turned over an estimated 23,000 pages of emails, Philippe Reines gave back 70,000 pages of messages and Cheryl Mills | Read More »
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Massive tampering of temperature data underway by global warming cultists
Earlier I posted on the attempt by the global warming fascists to use the coercive power of the federal government to suppress any dissent to their lunatic predictions of climate apocalypse. That is not to say that there isn’t an actual RICO case to be made, it would just be made against the warmists. These people routinely hide and falsify data to ensure that | Read More »
A rapper understands Bruce Jenner
I’m not a rap fan. In fact, I completely subscribe to Dave Barry’s view on rap: “I hate rap music, which to me sounds like a bunch of angry men shouting, possibly because the person who was supposed to provide them with a melody never showed up” But sometimes truth emanates from the strangest quarters, Rap is not a music genre that is associated with | Read More »
The Non-Essential Planned Parenthood
On Friday, the House Republicans voted to defund Planned Parenthood. As we know, that will not become law this round due to the blockage that would ultimately come from both the spineless Senate Democrats and President Obama himself. Outlets such as The New York Times reported the House GOP “vented their rage” with their vote, as if doing so was a baseless, emotional act more | Read More »
Even the Left agrees that Congressional GOP leadership are doofuses
If you go far enough east you eventually end up meeting someone from the west going the other way. And if you read enough conservative takedowns of congressional leaders, you eventually end up agreeing with someone like Michael Winship. Winship is a senior writer for Bill Moyers on his “Moyers & Company” PBS program, and a fellow of the far-far-left think tank Demos (DEE-mos). He wrote | Read More »
Hillary Clinton’s lawyer refused to destroy emails
Diogenes Searching for an Honest Man Diogenes may just be smiling. In our chronicles of the many and mutating faces of Hillary Clinton’s email story, we noted that her ‘wartime consigliere’, David Kendall, seemed to have placed himself in legal jeopardy. Kendall clearly held onto Top Secret material retrieved from Hillary Clinton’s server. He stored it improperly. And he and at | Read More »
How conservative is Carly Fiorina?
Since the last debate, Carly Fiorina has been the flavor du jour among Republicans who have concluded that the zeitgeist demands an outsider and who are beside themselves at the possibility that the outsider might be Donald Trump. RedState is in a unique position to discuss this because in 2010 we supported Chuck Devore in the Republican primary against Carly Fiorina. While Fiorina made a | Read More »
New Hampshire rank-and-file Democrats DEMAND more debates.
New Hampshire Democrats apparently are not happy with the lack of debates. …Bless their hearts.
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John Kasich expected to do well with Hispanics
As Jeb Bush’s campaign sputters and misfires the GOP establishment and self-proclaimed ruling class is casting soulful glances at John Kasich. They may need to think again. At least if they expect him to appeal to Hispanics. Sharing an anecdote Thursday at a campaign event as he spoke about Republicans trying to attract Latino voters, Ohio Gov. John Kasich got tangled up on the details. | Read More »
Democratic Establishment is Starting to Look at Joe Biden for 2016
Vice President Joe Biden has been flirting with a Presidential run for months now. The latest news, per the New York Post, is that he is “more likely than not” to jump in, and a big part behind his delay is no doubt gauging the support of big name donors and fundraisers. At this point, I’d say it’s almost a certainty he will, if he can find | Read More »