Person of the Year 2014: The Invisible Kwanzaa Celebrant
Person of the Year awards are all the rage these days. It’s a great opportunity for creativity, since the rules have long since been stretched like taffy, so you don’t have to pick an actual individual person any more. Man, that was hard work! Especially if your expressed standard was to choose the most important or influential person of the year, rather than the nicest or most | Read More »
The tragic irony of turning Michael Brown and Eric Garner into martyrs
It seems like it’s almost impossible to get through a day without reading or hearing something having to do with the killing of black men by cops. Whether it’s endless Facebook posts or NFL players running out on the field with their “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gestures or protests blocking rush hour traffic, it seems to be everywhere. From what you see one would think | Read More »
Ditch Scalise For Not being Conservative Enough, Not For A BS Racism Charge
Have you heard? Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) 56% burned a cross on MLK Jr. day while riding on David Duke’s shoulders waving a Confederate flag soaked in African American and Jewish blood. Oh, and he is in the Republican Leadership as the token Conservative. Actually, everything in that first paragraph was a lie. Well, all except for the part about Scalise being | Read More »
This Was the Standard
Candidates who associate with white nationalists & segregationists events give away #GOP seats to Democrats. http://t.co/06KN8ittuG #MSsen— Brad Dayspring (@BDayspring) April 3, 2014 But that was before it was a member of the Republican Leadership who did that. Conservatives headed to Washington and asked to vote for Rep. John Boehner (R-OH) N/A% need to realize that the leadership in place now isn’t | Read More »
New House GOP Spin: Scalise Hanging With Racists Helps Him Work With Conservatives
The House GOP will stand by Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) 56%, signaling they will hold their leadership to lesser standards than they would conservatives. Now they are just rubbing everybody’s nose in it. Their latest spin, courtesy of the Washington Post, is that Scalise’s ability to connect with racists makes him a bridge builder between conservatives and Speaker Boehner. I kid you | Read More »
Scenes from the 2016 Democratic Shadow Gutter War: Clinton v. Webb.
Via Hot Air comes a whisper of the back-alley brawls that are even now starting to form over the 2016 election, out there where nothing is really too low a blow and everything can be denied later: While they aren’t acknowledging [Jim] Webb publicly, [Hillary] Clinton loyalists are keeping an eye on him privately. The week before Thanksgiving, staffers of Philippe Reines, Clinton’s longtime communications guru, pitched talk | Read More »
Against American Monarchy. Prevent The Coronation of Bush III.
Just Say No To Bush III Do you want to know who the GOP Inevitable Candidate™ is at present? A man of breeding and impeccable lineage. He is a man who would follow in predictable succession. We had Bush I from 89-92. We had Bush II from 2001 – to 2008. Now Bush III is the clear and DOMINANT leader in | Read More »
Why it is important that Steve Scalise step down as Majority Whip
The news has broken that once and future GOP Whip, Louisiana Representative Steve Scalise, spoke at conference hosted by the group founded by Louisiana politician and egregious racist David Duke: House Majority Whip Steve Scalise spoke to a gathering of white nationalists in 2002, his office confirmed on Monday. Mr. Scalise, then a Louisiana state legislator, spoke to a suburban New Orleans conference of an organization founded by former | Read More »
More News in Partisan John Doe Investigation Against Scott Walker #WIgov
The fact that Scott Walker handily won the re-election for Wisconsin Governor’s seat hasn’t put a stop to the partisan John Doe investigation against him, but some recent revelations show just how maniacally devoted its supporters are in this witch hunt. Now, we find out that the state’s Government Accountability Board, which oversees campaign finance, lobbying, elections, and ethics, has behaved just recklessly and unscrupulously, if | Read More »
Quiz for the Media: David Duke or Louis Farrakhan?
Greetings, members of the media who might be stopping by to see how RedState is responding to the news that Republican Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) 56% spoke to a group that is aligned with David Duke. We understand that it is a slow news day, but that doesn’t mean it’s ever the wrong day to broad brush all Republicans as racist! So, | Read More »
I’ll Be Filling in for Rush Limbaugh Today
I’ll be back in studio for Rush today. No, I won’t be behind the golden EIB microphone. It’s at the Southern Command and I’ll be in my studio in Atlanta. Nonetheless, you can tune in live from 12:00pm ET to 3pm. You can also listen live at RushLimbaugh.com or just go over to my home station, WSB.
Tech at Night: America continues to lead the way on high-speed Internet
They keep telling me American Internet access is terrible, but the appropriately-named US Internet is announcing the world’s fastest home Internet access: 10 Gigabit fiber. Not coincidentally, US Internet is in competition with Verizon’s 0.5 Gigabit fiber in the same area. In other news, DSL is improving, pushing 45+ Megabit connections to millions of Americans. Note that officially, the FCC and others have declared DSL | Read More »
In Defense of Steve Scalise
“And maybe he did something he shouldn’t have done come and he spent the rest of his life making it up. And that’s what a good person does. There are no perfect people. There are certainly no perfect politicians.” Those are the words of one politician attempting to justify another’s allegiance with a known hate group. If you followed anything in the media this evening, | Read More »
Steve Scalise, David Duke, and Electability Over Principle
I do not think Steve Scalise is a racist. I may disagree with him on a lot of policy, but I do not think he is a bad or indecent person. In fact, he is a very nice person and there is bipartisan agreement on that front. My problem with Steve Scalise is judgment. He, like much of the Republican leadership, is so focused on | Read More »
If You Criticize Obama, Kurt Eichenwald Thinks You Are A Sinner
Kurt Eichenwald is the non-religious scholar who wrote a screed against Christianity in Newsweek that contained basic factual errors. Not only did it contain basic factual errors, it also took criticisms of non-Christians as fact without any rebuttal by believers. It would be as if Eichenwald decided believers in global warming cannot be trusted to be know the facts and only skeptics can be believed. | Read More »