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 »
White House admits lying to Congress and America on Iran deal
Since announcing the nuclear weapons deal with Iran, we’ve documented numerous instances where Obama blatantly and callously lied about the substance of the deal in communications to Congress and the American people (see, for instance, here|here|here). In the past three days other developments have taken place that demonstrate the extent to which Obama has lied about what the deal says. The Iranian Defense Minister has | Read More »
Rand Paul leads Hillary in Iowa polling
This is actually incredible and is horrible news for the Clinton campaign. And it isn’t only Paul. Clinton is in a free fall against other GOP possibles: Democrat Hillary Clinton has slipped against leading 2016 Republican candidates in Colorado, Iowa and Virginia, according to a poll released on Thursday that cited damage from the furor over the former secretary of state’s emails. The Quinnipiac University | Read More »
And The Lid Just Got Ripped Off of Hell By Senator Rand Paul
Trophies of The Modern Women’s Movement Michelle Malkin Shows Us Progressivism’s Freezer “Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket.” – Eric Hoffer The Feminist Cause began as a fight against what they believed was systemic oppression. After the Roe v. Wade decision, the widespread legality of abortion upon | Read More »
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The Score on Iran: Howard Dean 1 – John Kerry 0
Compared To Kerry He’s Sane, Rested and Relevant If I were a psychiatrist, what I’m about to tell you would cost me my license to practice. Howard Brush Dean is not completely, bit-flipped, bat-feces. Ok, ok, let me walk that controversial statement back a pace and qualify things. Compared to the unparalleled geniuses we have negotiating how Iran can legally nuke | Read More »
How Will a Change in Democrat Leadership Impact the U.S. Senate?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Melissa Quinn to discuss Harry Reid’s retirement, the likely accent of Chuck Schumer to Minority Leader and what a change in leadership will mean for Democrats in the Senate.
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Obama’s Iran Monkey Trap
The idea of a monkey trap is spectacularly elegant. A bit of food or a shiny object is placed inside a sturdy object (often a coconut is mentioned but the image comes from a termite hill being used for the purpose). There is a hole that is just big enough for the monkey’s hand to pass through. However, once the monkey grasps the object its | Read More »
Martin O’Malley hints he may run for president
I am a minority of one among the contributors at RedState. I don’t believe Hillary Clinton CAN win the presidency for the simple reason that her only compelling cases for election are “I slept with Bill Clinton” and “You owe me.” She doesn’t have a natural constituency inside the Democrat party that is enthusiastic about voting for her, other than elderly far-left harpies. And I | Read More »
Expanded abortion law defeated in New York
For two years New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing an Orwellian named ” Women’s Equality Act.” Most of the ten items in the bill were feel good things which already exist but for the sake of winning the War on Women, they were reiterated to make the radical feminists feel good about themselves. The bill has been held up in the New York | Read More »
Situation Normal: Hillary Clinton obstructs justice and operates outside the law
Nothing says “I have nothing to hide” like erasing your private web server after your previous employer asks you to produce what is on it. Hillary Clinton wiped “clean” the private server housing emails from her tenure as secretary of state, the chairman of the House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi said Friday. “While it is not clear precisely when Secretary Clinton | Read More »
Obama supporting ethnic cleansing in Iraq
As the United States, under Barack Obama, has begun to act as a proxy for Iran in allowing the alleged fight against ISIS serve as a cover for spreading Iranian influence it has become obvious that we are supporting Iranian-backed militias who are no better, in any respect, than the people they are supposed to be fighting. Instead of fighting ISIS, these militias are actively | Read More »
Obama’s foreign policy: Cluster f*** or g-d freefall?
When a coalition of Arab armies intervened in Yemen this week to suppress an imminent take over of that predominantly (about 65%) Sunni nation by a Iran-backed Shiite militia, the same militia that disarmed US Marines as it tossed them out of the country, the United States was caught by surprise. As the invading coalition was led by Saudi Arabia, a multi-generational (mostly) ally and | Read More »
Indiana’s RFRA law and the left’s change of heart on religious freedom
On Thursday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a state level version of the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act. This should have been an uninteresting happening. Religious freedom… not the Orwellian progressive construction of Freedom of Worship preferred by Obama… was a formative principle of the American nation. But to hear the left and the homosexual privilege groups howl you would have thought someone was using | Read More »