Bobby Jindal takes up the cause of religious liberty
Despite Mike Pence and Asa Hutchinson folding like cheap suits, not everyone has given up on the cause of religious freedom. Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is hitting the problem head on. A bill called the Marriage and Conscience Act is now working its way through the Louisiana legislature and Jindal has said he will sign it. This bill is a significant and welcome departure from | Read More »
Marriage does work
Sometimes you stumble across things that you just can’t let pass. Yesterday one of those moments happened when I found this:5 reasons marriage doesn’t work anymore. The article is by a 29-year old self proclaimed sex and relationship advisor named Anthony D’Ambrosio. I must confess I’ve never heard of him and as far as I can tell his relationship advice — based on his own | Read More »
And The Lid Just Got Ripped Off of Hell By Senator Rand Paul
Trophies of The Modern Women’s Movement Michelle Malkin Shows Us Progressivism’s Freezer “Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket.” – Eric Hoffer The Feminist Cause began as a fight against what they believed was systemic oppression. After the Roe v. Wade decision, the widespread legality of abortion upon | Read More »
Tags: "Ethicists" From Oxford University
, Abortion-Industrial Complex
, Cynical Realism
, Debbie Wassserman-Schultz
, Eric Hoffer
, kermit gosnell
, planned parenthood
, Rand Paul
, when does life begin
My freedom of association, and yours
May I order orange juice at Memories Pizza? Last week saw the roiling of public opinion over laws in Indiana and Arkansas that seek to allow greater protection to those with religious objections to legal mandates that they perform specific actions when they claim a conscientious objector status. The media immediately interpreted the law as about discrimination against gays and lesbians, one suspects largely because | Read More »
Showdowns at SCOTUS
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Chad Flores to discuss King v Burwell, Obergefell v. Hodges, and why SCOTUS seems to be settling so many key political issues.
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University of Michigan cancels “American Sniper” screening
A couple of days ago Kimberly Ross wrote a diary here on RedState titled “Generation Wuss.” She was talking about the pervasive mindset among a large swath of Americans that they have the right to be sheltered from any opinion that might make them feel uncomfortable: This really is Generation Wuss. A generation unable to deal with those whose mindsets differ, and whose reaction is either | Read More »
Rand Paul Exposes Democrat Anti-Woman, Anti-Choice Death Culture
Thank you, Rand Paul, for sticking it to The Woman. The AP threw him “the question” on abortion Wednesday during his NH campaign swing, and Rand threw it right back. Later in the day, when asked after a campaign stop in Milford about the interview, which the Democratic National Committee had sent reporters, Paul said, “Why don’t we ask the DNC: Is it OK to | Read More »
Tech at Night: The Internet’s dangerous, but the NSA is there to help
I’ve said it pretty regularly in this space: the Internet isn’t for kids. However the scary thing is that even if you don’t realize you’re putting your kids online, you really might be, as those parents with an online service-based nanny cam found out. Be careful out there. NSA does the dirty work, but there’s only so much they can do.
My Friend Lucy
You will have to humor me in this as I take up the front page of RedState for a personal post and some language that does not normally appear here at RedState. I was supposed to be in Washington last night for a party. But we had a family matter come up, then I got put in a cast for daring to walk barefoot over | Read More »
April 8, 1865. On the eve of surrender
continued from yesterday Grant received Lee’s message after midnight and replied early in the morning giving his terms for surrender: General R.E. Lee, Commanding C.S.A.: Your note of last evening in reply to mine of the same date, asking the conditions on which I will accept the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia, is just received. In reply I would say that, peace being | Read More »
Kissinger and Schultz: Iran deal brings region closer to nuclear war
If there was ever a sign that the foreign policy establishment is beginning to look askance at Obama’s nuclear deal, one need look no further than today’s Wall Street Journal. Two former secretaries of state and foreign policy icons, Henry Kissinger and George Schultz, join forces in pointing out the danger Obama is courting in this deal. While giving Obama credit for the best intentions | Read More »
Mother Jones(!) warns us of the ecological evils of… marijuana production.
Mother Jones apparently does not like what unregulated marijuana production does to the environment. Go figure.
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More on the California Water Waster Fink Squads.
Get used to the phrase ‘water waster.’ California is going to be using that a lot.
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You Will Be Made To Worship Their god
The opponents of RFRA are still quick to deploy their “separation of church and state cliché, but one side is demanding that the state fine people for declining to participate in a religious service. It isn’t mine. It’s the ACLU and its allies who are ready to use the power of the state to compel unwilling people to participate in religious services.
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Why Do Sabrina Rubin Erdely’s Rape Stories Keep Falling Apart?
As of this moment, we are now up to three stories about rape that Sabrina Rubin Erdely has written that would not pass responsible journalistic muster. The most prominent, of course, being the now-withdrawn and discredited UVA hoax, the second being this story about “Billy Doe” in Philadelphia, and the third being her story about Petty Officer Rebecca Blumer. Sabrina Rubin Erdely is trying to | Read More »