Book Review and Interview: “The Right Frequency” by Fred Lucas
Talk radio has played an indelible role in the conservative movement in America since the late 1980s. Author and TheBlaze White House correspondent Fred Lucas’ book The Right Frequency: The Story of the Talk Radio Giants Who Shook Up the Political and Media Establishment seeks to chronicle the history of right-wing talk radio from its beginnings up until the present.
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Kevin McCarthy poised to kill Export-Import Bank
In what appears to be an olive branch to conservatives in Congress, newly elected House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said Sunday that he is in favor of letting the US Export-Import Bank die in September when its current authorization expires in September. Incoming House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said on Sunday he wouldn’t support reauthorizing the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, | Read More »
Erick Erickson on New House Leadership and the GOP Divide
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Erick Erickson to discuss the new Republican House leadership, the divide within the GOP and 2016.
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Hillary Clinton: $100 million doesn’t make us “truly well off.”
It is becoming difficult to believe that Hillary Clinton is actually going to run for president in 2016. Her disastrous tenure as Secretary of State is coming home to roost in Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Russia, Poland, and any other country that dealt with the United States from 2009 through 2012. Her book isn’t selling all that well and her book tour has produced some insights | Read More »
Thad Cochran’s Liberal Daughter Rails Against McDaniel Supporters
Kate Cochran chooses to make her Facebook profile viewable to the public. And she has revealed herself to be a far-left progressive. Among the items she “likes” on Facebook-none of them are conservative in nature-are Organization for Action-Mississippi (Obama grassroots) , Barack Obama, Al Franken, Campaign for Southern Equality (homosexual movement), and Not having George Bush as President (by Leftake.com). She has written two “notes” | Read More »
RedState Weekly Briefing – June 22, 2014
Welcome to the RedState Weekly briefing for June 22, 2014. This week we will discuss embattled Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, the Mississippi Senate primary, the ISIS advance to Baghdad, the IRS scandal and more. Join me and Thomas LaDuke from FTR radio as we discuss the issues of the week.
A Mainline Primer (Explainer?) for the Media: Not All Presbyterians Are in the PCUSA
With the Presbyterian Church USA fully embracing its heretical temptations and rejecting Israel, I have read a number of articles that seem pretty ignorant of various denominations in the United States. Most national reporters tend to not be religious and when having to write about Christian denominations in America they screw it up badly. I posted this below after opposition research against Rick Santorum in | Read More »
No combat pay for US advisors in Iraq
Last week Obama announced that he was sending 300 Special Forces troops to Iraq: Seeking a middle ground between calls for tough military action and none at all, President Barack Obama said Thursday he was sending up to 300 military advisers to Iraq to help the embattled government hold off a lightning advance from the north by Sunni militants. What exactly will these guys being doing? It | Read More »
Jen Psaki accuses Russia of #WarOnWomen
The state run Russian press has taken to poking fun at State Department spokescreature Jen Psaki. Psaki is probably best know for doing ridiculous things such as the juvenile #UnitedForUkraine hashtag campaign that substituted for an actual US policy. From ABC News: The State Department spokeswoman has turned into Russia’s boogeyman (boogey-woman?) and favorite punching bag as relations with the United States have deteriorated over | Read More »
Dispelling the myths and lies about the illegal child immigration crisis
There’s a deluge of misinformation and bad “facts” flying around about the flood of unaccompanied minors—kids—flooding our southern border. Let’s get some things straight, and dispel some of the untruths.
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The Watercooler ~ Trust Him at all times…
I will bless the Lord forever; and I will trust Him at all times He has delivered me from all fear; and He has set my feet upon a rock And I will not be moved, and I’ll say of the Lord: You are my shield, my strength, my portion, deliverer My shelter, strong tower, my very present help in time of need And who | Read More »
Question of the day: Does the IRS use/*still* use Sonasoft to back up its archives?
If John Koskinen doesn’t even know whether his organization used a third-party backup service, what exactly is he doing over there?
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Corrupt Cochran Campaign Campaigns Corruptly
Win or lose on Tuesday, Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran will have forfeited any vestige of honor or integrity he still has and will have capped off a successful political career with a campaign built on distortions, misrepresentions, and outright lies. At RedState we’ve covered the Cochran campaign’s strategy of encouraging Democrats to vote in the Republican primary (see Democrat join the fight to get Cochran | Read More »