Cruz, Paul, Walker, Rubio, Perry, Jindal, and Bush Walk Into a Ballroom
There are going to be lots of corrals to meet the Presidential candidates. That’s the nature of it. They march in, they give speeches, and they leave. In many of these events, if you pay extra, you get closer. You may pay even more and get a photo opportunity. Good luck getting a question answered. That was one reason I wanted the RedState Gathering to | Read More »
Only 4% Got the Right Obamacare Subsidy
Tax Day is tomorrow, and if Obamacare wasn’t complicating people’s lives enough already, it’s going to make paying taxes even more of a pain for most of the people who have signed up for subsidies. According to Betsy McCaughey over at Investor’s Business Daily, if you applied for a federal Obamacare subsidy, chances are the bureaucrats got it wrong. Per the article: ObamaCare is making | Read More »
Indiana feticide conviction reveals pro-abort agenda
In a sane world the conviction and sentencing of Purvi Patel for inducing an abortion and then tossing the baby in a dumpster to die would be unremarkable. What she did, regardless of motivation, was horrendous and the only questionable thing involved was that she was convicted of feticide rather than the blatantly obvious murder she carried out. Patel was found guilty in February of neglect | Read More »
Leader of U-Mich “American Sniper” protest caught vandalizing apartment
In the heart of every Progressive, and not very deep in that heart (assuming, arguendo, that such an organ actually exists), dwells a budding fascist. One only has to look at the godfather of the Progressive movement, Woodrow Wilson, to see how it works. As Jonah Goldberg observed in Liberal Fascism, Wilson and his ilk are not believers in the individual: Hence Wilson argued that | Read More »
Democrats, the Party of Jim Crow, Want Their “House Rubio” to Fetch Them Water
The Democratic Party has decided it is okay to let out their inner racist against Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% and Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92%. The New Yorker referred to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% as “uppity” and MSNBC referred to Rubio as “boy.” Now the DNC has prepared a set of graphics about Rubio | Read More »
RedState 2016 Presidential Primary Power Rankings: April 2015
Welcome back to the RedState 2016 Presidential Primary Power Rankings! We have decided to make this a monthly feature until at the very least the debate season starts in earnest. So, here is April’s installment! To review, the rankings are chosen by a panel of current and former RedState contributors. Each panelist was asked to rate the candidates solely on their likelihood of winning the | Read More »
Ron DeSantis Would Be a Great Pick
Congressman Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) 88% is thinking about running for the Senate in Florida. That’d be a great pick up and a solid replacement for Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92%. I’ve known Ron for a while. We backed him here at RedState when he ran for Congress the first time. He has proven himself to be a dependable | Read More »
Babies Born Alive After Botched Abortions are being Murdered or Left to Die Globally
Two years ago I told you about the grizzly practice of babies being born alive after botched abortions and then grotesquely murdered.
They are physically strangled, mutilated, or left to die on the abortionist’s table.
This vile desecration of human rights takes place not only in the us, but all across the world at a stunning rate. The worst part is that the medical community has begun attempting to cover it up.
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Brian Beutler’s Modest, Indecent Proposal: Murder Hillary To Bypass The Constitution
It has always been only 90% joking when we conservatives have said the committed left would stop at nothing to get Obama a third term, if not more. It’s a riff on their rabid, cult-like dedication. A play on their pious devotion. A commentary on just how committed they are. Or perhaps how badly they need to be committed. So it is only 10 percent | Read More »
Constitutional Private Property Rights Trump Legislation Written to Appease Donors
Private property rights are a fundamental component of any successful economy. If you want a nation to prosper – property must be safe in its owners’ hands. Intellectual Property (IP) shouldn’t be treated any differently than physical property. In fact, in most instances – in many ways – IP is far more important. The spark of creation that is, for instance, the Microsoft Windows operations | Read More »
Why Hillary’s Campaign May Be a Disaster
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Mollie Hemingway to discuss the launch of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential campaign, reasons why it could be a disaster and why her husband could be her greatest asset.
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Hillary Clinton: Trustworthy?
The GOP opposition research group America Rising has released a very slick video on Hillary Clinton. If you reject Clinton and all her works and all her empty promises, as I do, you will be delighted. The neat editing of Bashar Assad (whom Clinton called “a reformer”) into what looks like him making a Nazi salute and the use of an extensive James Carville cut | Read More »
FBI declares Hillary Clinton an “insider threat”
Well, not exactly but very nearly. An “insider threat,” is defined by the National Counterintelligence and Security Center as: An insider threat arises when a person with authorized access to U.S. Government resources, to include personnel, facilities, information, equipment, networks, and systems, uses that access to harm the security of the United States. Malicious insiders can inflict incalculable damage. They enable the enemy to plant | Read More »
From The Nook of RMJ: How To Clean Up Poisonville On The Potomac
Live long enough and you’ll be sent to one of the true garden spots of the universe on behalf of your employer. You will truly get to visit some town that yea, verily needeth an enema. This happens in fiction as well. For Dashiell Hammett’s Continental Operative; Personville (AKA Poisonville) is that business trip straight into hell. The novel Red Harvest describes just exactly how | Read More »