Indiana’s Medicaid Expansion is Bad for the Hoosier State
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Josh Archambault to discuss Mike Pence’s plan to expand Medicaid under Obamacare in Indiana, what it could mean for Indiana taxpayers and the latest Medicaid news from Arkansas.
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Republican Tom MacArthur Uses Lawfare Against Steve Lonegan
Tom MacArthur is running against Steve Lonegan in the 3rd Congressional District in New Jersey. According to my friend Charles Johnson, MacArthur is suing Steve Lonegan, Lonegan’s treasurer, secretary, campaign manager, consultants, researcher, Charles himself — everyone associated with Lonegan’s campaign. Why? It has to do with the Lonegan campaign distributing this news article. According to the Daily Mail: Tom MacArthur ran York Risk Services | Read More »
Tech at Night: Democrats use AT&T and DirectTV to distract from needed FCC Net Neutrality oversight
So even as Democrats try to distract from critical oversight issues by making angry noises about AT&T and DirecTV, Republicans aren’t taking the bait and instead are applying proper oversight to the FCC. Because you see, while the radicals make false anti-“fast lane” arguments for their Title II Reclassification alternative, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s Zombie Net Neutrality is still a power grab. It’s a power grab that the Democrat-run press is colluding to allow, buddy-buddy with pro-Net Neutrality corporate lobbyists such as Google’s.
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Losing Oregon: Does the NRSC Vet Its Candidates?
I think the NRSC would much prefer beating up conservatives in 2014 than win the Senate. The NRSC has spent so much time and money attacking conservatives and running smear and whisper campaigns about them, we now have another candidate they did not vet. We have lost Oregon with Monica Wehby. She seemed to be a good candidate with a great ad that neutralized her | Read More »
Center For American Progress demands Sustainable Racism in education
Over the weekend we posted about the effort of Democrat elites to achieve Sustainable Racism. This would enable race baiting and racial animosity to be preserved as a governmental goal and a lucrative career path. As this year is the 60th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court decision that outlawed racial segregation in schools based on the “separate but equal” doctrine | Read More »
The Latest Bogus Obamacare Spin: The Ad Gap
Has Obamacare been outspent on the airwaves? Only if you don’t count the biggest source of Obamacare ads. The last diehard supporters of Obamacare have a new excuse for its pervasive and persistent unpopularity: that there are just too many negative ads out there convincing Americans that Obamacare is a bad idea. But this argument is based on obviously misleading statistics. President Obama’s April 1 | Read More »
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Thad Campaign & NRSC Had Weeks to Coordinate McDaniel Attack
Well, well, well. The National Republican Senatorial Committee’s staff has been all over the internet blaming Chris McDaniel for some nut job videotaping Mrs. Cochran. What’s more, they claimed that no one knew anything about anything other than the McDaniel campaign. But now we know they’re lying. Thad Cochran’s campaign knew about it for at least two weeks. It’s unclear why Cochran’s attorney, Don Clark, | Read More »
The Democratic party’s biggest structural problem, in one ‘Senator vs. Governor’ chart.
It’s not that there aren’t plenty of governors out there with good job creation records and a proven ability to campaign and win; it’s just that they’re all Republicans.
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The Watercooler ~ Citizen Ninjas & the Election Integrity Project
In RedState’s posting rules, written by Erick Erickson, the opening paragraph includes RedState’s mission (in bold): We have an established community at RedState that we value greatly. At the same time, we keep registration, comments, and diaries open to the public. In order to support and promote our mission of educating, motivating, and activating conservatives, we have site rules… Sometimes, we get so embroiled in | Read More »
Rejecting the Cult of Death™
I’m not a plumber, but I do know that I do not have the proper plumbing to incubate and produce a child. Three years ago, I would have told you that means I really can’t speak on the subject of abortion because I could never know the emotional or physical toll being pregnant and having a child would bring. I am a millennial and I | Read More »
Michelle Nunn Refuses to Say She Would Have Voted for Obamacare
Straight from the Fortress of Sanctimony, Michelle Nunn has flown out to talk about Obamacare. She says absolutely nothing other than showing her poindextery self to be one of the few Americans who comfortably uses the word “architect” as a verb. She says she could not say whether she would have voted for Obamacare. In a recent debate, she said she supported Obamacare. But she | Read More »
Bernanke: Low Interest Rates Here to Stay
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss shocking comments by Ben Bernanke about the Fed’s interest rate policy, what his prediction could mean for the economy and how changes in the world stage could upend his prophesy.
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The Rundown on the Georgia Runoff
Most political eyes will be focused on Georgia’s Republican primary on Tuesday. With Mitch McConnell a sure thing for re-election at this point (though see if Bevin can break 40%, which I think he can), Georgia is where the great unknown is. In fact, there are only three things known about Georgia’s elections right now. One, the Democrats are not going to win the state | Read More »