Stronger Jobs Report Than Expected but Some States Still Hurting
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the June unemployment report, states that still haven’t rebounded and what this report means for The Fed.
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The Indifferent Leader
Obama has had a very bad year at the Supreme Court. As catalogued by Reason, the President has suffered a series of stunning and mostly unanimous rebukes at the hands of SCOTUS (including the two Justices he appointed) in connection with executive branch overreach. Predictably, Obama has responded to this rebuke by going on the stump and swearing to do even more than he has | Read More »
Gov. Nikki Haley Will Be There
The time is running out for you to meet Nikki Haley. Governor Haley was at the very first RedState Gathering. We rallied after that Gathering to get her elected. And we’ve been supporting her ever since. Gov. Haley has also been to just about every RedState Gathering. This year she is in the middle of her re-election campaign. But she wants to meet you guys | Read More »
Kill Campus Tyranny With FIRE
To properly understand the true commitment that the Post-modern American University makes to robust, open debate and diversity of thought, it helps to remember what happened when a Women’s Studies Professor at University of California Santa Barbara encountered an anti-abortion protest on her campus. The Professor, Mireille Miller-Young, noticed that 16 Year-Old Girl, Thrin Short, of Survivors of The Abortion Holocaust, was holding up a | Read More »
VIDEO: Lessons from Lois Lerner
The IRS is one of the most feared agencies in the federal government. But Lois Lerner cracked the code.
Our team at ACLJ Films put together a digital short to show just how absurd the IRS, media, and Democrat excuses for “lost” emails really are.
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The Watercooler ~ The National Psychology of Barack Obama’s Presidency
Granted, we still have over two years left of a two-term presidency that has marked the nation in many ways. The first black president, the first super-radical progressive in my generation to ascend to such heights of power — at what some of us would describe as a startling (and unmerited) pace. There was just too much romanticism to resist the lure of Barack Obama’s | Read More »
Huffington Post: Too many Catholics on the Supreme Court
You scratch a progressive and you find an fascist. That has been the lesson learned from the Hobby Lobby decision. One of the most notable bits of fascist commentary appeared in the Huffington Post by an anti-religious bigot named Ronald A. Lindsay, The Uncomfortable Question: Should We Have Six Catholic Justices on the Supreme Court? Unfortunately, a majority of the Supreme Court may now be resurrecting | Read More »
SBA Expected To Release Fraudulent and Falsified Small Business Data Soon
Every year about this time the Small Business Administration (SBA) issues a press release claiming the federal government barely missed the 23% small business contracting goal required by law. In reality, the Obama Administration has never come anywhere close to reaching the minimum 23% small business-contracting goal. Based on all the information I have been able to obtain under the Freedom of Information Act, I | Read More »
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Obama is the worst President since World War II
That legacy thing isn’t working out so good for President Obama. A new Quinnipiac poll finds that voters now say Obama is the worst president since World War II. Obama is less popular than President George W. Bush. Voters, by a 45 to 38 percent margin, say the country would be better off if Mitt Romney had won the 2012 presidential election. Ronald Reagan is considered the | Read More »
There is no moral equivalence between Israel and Palestinian groups
Moral equivalence between Israel and the Palestinian leaders turns a blind eye to many things, but the main things are innocence and intent.
There is no moral equivalence here. Israelis don’t use children as a shield for rocket launch sites. They don’t send young men and women to blow themselves us in Palestinian cities, markets and buses. The various Palestinian groups and Hamas do. They do it regularly.
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Ted Cruz Blasts Hamas. Obama Urges “Restraint”.
One of the biggest news stories of the past week is the discovery of the bodies of three Israeli teens who had been kidnapped back in mid-June. Israel, meanwhile, has begun retaliating. Ted Cruz has been particularly vocal in his support of the teens’ mothers and Israel’s efforts to find them since the kidnapping happened, even taking to the Senate floor to blast Hamas for | Read More »
I guess the Left is comfortable with our quiet troop buildup in Iraq.
Guess even the most hardcore Lefty can detect a brick wall after he’s run into it six or seven times.
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How World War I Shaped Our Modern World
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by David Pietrusza to discuss the 100th anniversary of World War I, how the almost forgotten war shaped our modern world and why Germany thought they never lost.
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Uniguest Needs a Better Explanation for Why Conservative Sites Are Being Blocked
James Varney of the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, stayed at the Hyatt Place hotel in Riverhead, NY. He tried to look at the Drudge Report, but was blocked from doing so by his hotel’s internet connection. In fact, he tried looking at a number of conservative websites, including Powerline and Instapundit. They too were blocked. He then tried a number of liberal websites from Talking | Read More »