Is this Hillary Clinton’s “No Controlling Legal Authority” Moment?
The news coming out just keeps getting worse and worse for Hillary Clinton. We all now know she was criminally dangerous in her handling of classified information, especially with respect to information gathered by actual human spies. These are people who are risking their lives for the country. She had this information on an insecure server on the Internet, and her excuse? She’s trying to | Read More »
Bernie Trash Talks Repubs: ‘They Love Families, Can’t Stop Talking About Families’ … Um. Burn?
At an Iowa rally on Friday, Bernie Sanders indulged in that favorite Democrat pastime of trashing the very notion of family values and of course, paying homage to his political masters, Planned Parenthood. “They love families.” What a bunch of monsters, am I right? I bet they even cling to religion. “When Republicans talk about family values, what they are saying is no women in | Read More »
[VIDEO] Nine-Year-Old Girl Cries With Excitement Over Getting to See Trump
Ava from Maine is a yuge Donald Trump fan. In fact, she’s such a yuge fan of Donald Trump that she practically loses her mind when her mom tells her they are going to a Trump rally in New Hampshire. Watch as this sweet 9-year old girl bursts into tears over the prospect of seeing Trump in person. What in the world has Donald | Read More »
Can Bloomberg News Cover Michael Bloomberg Impartially?
When the media gets you feeling down about about unfair and partial coverage of certain things over others, think of the honorable Kathy Kiely. This journalist resigned from Bloomberg News today over concerns that the news organization won’t aggressively cover its owner, Michael Bloomberg, who is considering an independent run for president. The news organization has a long-standing rule protecting its owner from coverage that | Read More »
This is one poll result Donald Trump isn’t going to crow about
Pew Research did a poll about the 2016 Presidential candidates, but they didn’t look to see who’s winning or losing. They asked opinions about the candidates and religion, and the results are not looking good for Donald Trump as the Iowa caucuses approach.
Why Is Donald Trump Afraid of Megyn Kelly?
Why is it that Megyn Kelly asks one question – a question Hillary Clinton could absolutely murder Trump’s candidacy on – and Donald Trump throws a tantrum so great he’ll skip a debate in Iowa on the week of the Iowa caucus simply over her presence on a debate stage? What is Donald Trump afraid of? Why does Trump want to pull this sort of PR | Read More »
CBO revises 2016 projected Obamacare signups downward a tad.
The CBO revised its Obamacare projections for 2016 sharply downwards. Of course.
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The Combative Nature of Ted Cruz May Hurt Him
No one here will deny that Ted Cruz is a prize fighter. In fact, that’s why we love him here. It’s why Ted Cruz was and is so staunchly supported here at RedState by all of us on the Front Page. All of that said, however, I do have a question, and it is a legitimate question going in to the race for the nomination: | Read More »
What happens when you make an ad full of Donald Trump’s own words?
What you get when you use Donald Trump’s own words against him, is a devastating new attack ad, of course. This one’s in Iowa, in the final days before the caucuses. I’m very interested to see if this one leaves a mark. If Trump underperforms, thank Ted Cruz.
Here Are 5 Reasons Bill Clinton’s Leftist Labor Secretary Would Pick Trump Over Cruz
In a rather pointed Facebook post to his followers, former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich appears to be favoring Billionaire Donald Trump’s candidacy over that of Sen. Ted Cruz. In what the Left could only consider an attack on Cruz, Reich inadvertently gives Cruz higher points than Trump on issues that matter to most Republicans. Here is Reich’s post in its entirety, with emphasis added. | Read More »
Chris Cuomo tells Republicans “You Reap What You Sow”
Chris Cuomo, whose career as a journalist can best be described as a terrible live action role play, was interviewing Glenn Beck about all things Donald Trump, when he told Beck that Republicans “reap what they sow” when it comes to the billionaire business mogul. His logic is that the Republicans are always harping on about opposing government. So, Donald Trump is our fault. Cuomo: | Read More »
Myth BusTED: Ted Cruz actually isn’t falling in Iowa
The results of a political poll are deep and complex. We tend to boil them down very simply though, because most of the time we’re polling two-way, winner-take-all elections. Those races are generally zero-sum games between the candidates. The Iowa Caucuses however are as far from a two-way winner-take-all election as you can get. They’re a multi-way contest with proportional results. So the usual heuristics | Read More »
President Trump’s White House will be full of Katrina Piersons
Donald Trump is an unserious candidate who is dominating the Republican race for president through his capitalization of fear and civil unrest. The people who work for Trump on this campaign are just as unserious as he is. Take, for example, Katrina Pierson, who is the spokeswoman for the Trump Campaign. As far as unserious goes, Pierson’s own Twitter account is a veritable stockpile of | Read More »
I reject Donald Trump and would never vote for him. Here’s why.
I know it’s flabbergasting that a RedState contributor would oppose Donald Trump, and instead support candidates that RedState has supported and loved for years: Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. But I have reasons that I will never support Donald Trump in an election (primary or general), and he can never even get my vote. Here’s why.
CRUZ: Establishment moving to Trump because Rubio has no chance (VIDEO)
It’s a bold statement, but Ted Cruz is making it. The GOP establishment begins by anointing Jeb Bush, who fails miserably, so they move over to Marco Rubio. Now, they see Rubio floundering, so they are headed to Donald Trump. Ted is positioning himself as beholden to no one, while the other candidates will be beholden to the establishment in the end. He said all | Read More »