The Races That May Determine Control of the Senate
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Aaron Blake to discuss the now infamous attack ad from Wendy Davis, the hotly contested Senate race in Kentucky and the most important Senate races to watch as we head into the home stretch before election day.
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More Evidence Surfaces of Faked Employment Numbers
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss new evidence of faked employment report numbers, what this means for the historical analysis of the data and how to fix this persistent problem.
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Bill Maher Has a Point about Islam, Liberalism and Morality
“We’re liberals … we’re trying to stand up for the principles of liberalism! And so, y’know, I think we’re just saying we need to identify illiberalism wherever we find it in the world, and not forgive it because it comes from [a group that] people perceive as a minority.” – Bill Maher If I live long enough, then I’ll probably see crap stick to the | Read More »
Barack Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow and the Pathetic and Grotesque 1%.
“It would be wonderful if we were able to give this man all of the power that he needs to pass the things that he needs to pass.” – Gwyneth Paltrow When Fred Reed called Post-modern America’s entertainment industry “Hollyorc,” he knocked the ball out of the yard. He had conjured with a simple neologism the extent to which our celebrities and entertainers wanted our | Read More »
Human Rights, Slavery and Idiot Democrat Martin O’Malley
Image Source: CNN.com When the produce gleaned from someone else’s labor and resources gets declared a human right, an unfunny thing then happens – Slavery! After the effluvium-flood of fail that was ObamaCare Anno I; this lesson should have been written on the prominent, sloping foreheads of the brilliant people who make public policy in DC. But floating atop that flotsam and jetsam the way | Read More »
The Candidate I Hope the Dems Run in 2016: Luis V. Gutierrez
It’s amazing the distance Leftward of rational thought that committed Progressives are willing to travel to find and recruit their own personal Anti-Hillary. They seem to like the DNC about as much as I and several of our other Front Page Contributors at Redstate like the RNC. Today the meme amongst the Progressive Unwashed seems to be that Hillary has a Hispanic problem. Perhaps this | Read More »
Leon Panetta: Obama to blame for Iraq mess
The new memoir titled “Worthy Fights” by former Secretary of Defense and former CIA Director Leon Panetta is causing a stir. In the book, Panetta firmly lays the responsibility for the current mess in Iraq at Obama’s doorstep: “My fear, as I voiced to the President and others,” Panetta writes, “was that if the country split apart or slid back into the violence that we’d | Read More »
Democrat in Kentucky Senate Race May ‘F*ck’ the Coal Industry if Elected
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Lachlan Markay to discuss the Senate race in Kentucky, some new video showing that the Democrat’s candidate may be lying about her support of the coal industry and what the GOP’s race to take back the Senate looks like with only a month until election day.
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Kay Hagan: Winds of War or Hot Air of Election Season?
Image Credit: Pro Wrestling Scoops So what do Jeff “Man-o-saurus Rex” Merkley , Bruce “The Beastinator” Braley , Al “Da Warhamma” Franken and Kay “Haggar the Horrible” Hagan all have in common? All four of them are out to make ISIS pay! They are all out to rain down the fire and brimstone on Iraq. They are all out to seriously sear Syria and mess | Read More »
Is Chris Matthews A Fire-Breathing !RACIST!?
Chrissie, Chrissie, Chrissie…. I just watched your recent segment on President Obama’s 2nd Term, and your heartbreak is showing on your sleeve. Did the thrill that tingled down your leg really go that far away? I’m a Republican, Chrissie, I get how disappointing it is when politicians say one thing and do another. But did you really have to get catty? “Let’s get tough here,” | Read More »
Greg Orman – The Cipher For Senate
Image Credit: Clancco.com Senator Pat Roberts leaves a lot to be desired. He represents McLean, VA quite efficiently. Unfortunately, he runs for office as a Senator from the Great State of Kansas. Although he was forthright and honest enough to announce to the world that he could be found in Kansas “anytime he had an opponent.” So if there were ever a candidate for the | Read More »
I Just Don’t Know What’s Good For Me According To President Obama
I love Big Brother. He told me everything was well. I’m just too blood simple like the natives to figure out how good I’ve got it thanks to The Ministry of Love. I find this very relieving and will go back to drinking my Victory Gin because INGSOC will prevail over all. Steve Kroft: Or do you think that, I mean, are you optimistic? What | Read More »
Lois Lerner Isn’t Lying
“I didn’t do anything wrong,” Lerner said in her first press interview since the scandal broke 16 months ago. “I’m proud of my career and the job I did for this country.”HT:Politico So Politico is as Politico does. If Attila the Hun wore the D Jersey; they’d be praising his leadership secrets. Never mind a few negative externalities that primarily concentrated in Red States. We | Read More »
Paul Davis’ “Kansas Values”: Busted Getting A Strip Club Lap Dance
Kansas Democrats have not had a great year. They had to go to court to get their own Senate candidate thrown off the ballot. Now comes news that their gubernatorial candidate, Paul Davis, got busted in a strip club in 1998 while getting a lap dance. Politico has the story: In [1998, Davis] was getting a lap dance at a strip club when cops raided | Read More »
Why The Mary Burke “Plagiarism” Story Matters
Andrew Kaczynski at Buzzfeed has a detailed analysis of how Wisconsin’s Democratic candidate for governor, Mary Burke, “plagiarized” the “jobs plan” on her website from three prior Democratic gubernatorial candidates. As Moe Lane noted earlier today, the really hilarious part of this story is that two of these three candidates lost, and the third won in blue Delaware in 2008. But there’s another reason why | Read More »