Always Play On Offense
Rush Limbaugh often says it. It is a maxim to remember. Always play on offense. I hope Donald Trump takes that to heart. In the past week, the political press that already hates the GOP and thinks all Republicans are racist have used Donald Trump’s comments to go on the attack. Additionally, it has allowed NBC and Macy’s to sever ties to Trump that would | Read More »
Polygamy is here.
Now that a small group of people have succeeded in trashing several millenia of human culture for the sake of satisfying their libidos and egos, a curious civil war has broken out. It it between those who actually believe in “marriage equality” (and to grasp this concept you really have to buy into the old time progressive mantra of “all cultures are equal”), that is, | Read More »
A Speech to Win The GOP Nomination
The Republican Candidates in 2016. “The Crown of France Was Lying In The Gutter. I Just Leaned Over and Picked It Up.” – Napoleon Bonaparte Is there an actual Conservative left in America? Does anyone in the herd trolling for the 2016 GOP Nomination actually want to stand up against post-modern American Progressivism? Will someone, anyone stand up to the Paris | Read More »
Yes, I Am One of the Pod People
Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance: the five stages of grief. As a Christian, I’ve gone through these over the last few years, and now I’ve arrived at acceptance. I denied that God could remove His hand from our blessed country, America; that divorce among Christians was just as prevalent as the non-religious. I denied that our youth were ever more questioning Christian teaching and doctrine, and | Read More »
The History and Importance of Independence Day
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by David Pietrusza. We’ll talk about the early celebrations of Independence Day, how the holiday has changed over the years, and why we shouldn’t erase our nation’s history.
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Hillary’s Big Union Problem: Members like Socialist Sanders over ‘Untrustworthy’ Clinton nearly 8-1
Hillary Clinton has a union problem. Actually, with her Benghazi, Clinton Foundation, and e-mail scandals, she has more than just a union problem. However, since no Democrat can win the White House without union support, it is the union problem tham may pose a bigger problem than all the others…And, it has her campaign very worried. Although Hillary Clinton may have once thought that, after | Read More »
The Progressive Ouroboros
The Ouroboros. The snake that eats its tail. It seems utterly stupid on the surface. And yet we harbor a certain fascination for the phenomenon. We see it all around us. People and movements eventually realize that once the enemy is vanquished, they can’t stand the vile and obnoxious peckerheads they share the same locker room with. The Revolution devours its children, the greedy farmer | Read More »
And That’s That
As of 10pm last night, there were only 25 tickets left to the RedState Gathering. This is actually the quickest we’ve sold out. If you want to go, check here. But there were 50 left at 3pm and 25 left at 10pm. Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) 94% of Oklahoma is coming now for sure. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 87% | Read More »
You’ll get gay married and LIKE it, Brian Moylan.
Welcome to bourgeois morality, gay marriage supporters! Sit down! Have a drink! There’s only juice & milk! In sippy cups! You’ll sound like me soon enough!
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Abortion Industry Opposes Women’s Health and Safety to Protect Sacred Profits at Supreme Court
I’ve been following and writing about this case since it was being considered in the Texas legislature.
Now it’s being called “biggest abortion case at the Supreme Court in nearly 25 years.”
Last night the Supreme Court temporarily blocked a pro-life Texas law from going into effect, allowing the abortion industry to remain in its unregulated utopian death camp, walled off from basic health and safety standards, as the case likely comes before the high Court.
It all began with Kermit Gosnell.
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Union Organizers Praise NLRB’s Ambush Election Rules For Unionizing More Workers Faster
It has been barely over two months since the National Labor Relations Board enacted its controversial new rules to speed up union recognition elections and, already, union organizers appear thrilled with the progress. Dubbed the NLRB’s “ambush-election rules,” the new rules went into effect on April 14th and are primarily designed to shorten union recognition elections from a then-median time of 38 days from petition | Read More »
George Will just wants to watch a stealth-Marxist regime burn.
To mangle the John D. MacDonald quote: when it comes to the Commies* running Greece George Will is the iceman, and he’s going to make one delivery only. This protracted dispute will result in desirable carnage if Greece defaults, thereby becoming a constructively frightening example to all democracies doling out unsustainable, growth-suppressing entitlements. [snip a long passage in which you can almost hear George Will | Read More »
Chris Christie challenges George Pataki as the WTF?? candidate
As anticipated, today New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced he was a candidate for president of the United States.Via The Daily Caller: With New Jersey’s Bon Jovi blaring over the speakers, Chris Christie on Tuesday became the 14th Republican to join the race for the White House, vowing to fix the dysfunction of Washington D.C. “If Washington and Jefferson and Adams had believed compromise is | Read More »
The Convenience Store Lobby Suddenly Trying To Ban Online Gaming
Image credit: Shutterstock.com The “Restoration of America’s Wire Act” (RAWA) would rewrite the decades-old Wire Act to ban online gaming. It would also make a number of states’ online lottery games illegal. In the past, Sheldon Adelson said he was “willing to spend whatever it takes” to pass RAWA. He even dispatched his lobbyist Darryl Nirenberg – then of Patton Boggs – | Read More »