Moderate Dems: Trump Is a “Deal Maker” We Can Work With
Unfortunately, signs indicate that Hillary Clinton will win in November. Instead of placing our best and brightest experienced conservative opposite of her, the GOP offers up a juvenile reality show star. And I used to be excited about this election year. Although they want a Hillary Clinton presidency, Democrats are aware there’s also a possibility, however small, that Donald Trump could be in the Oval | Read More »
Why the Obama Administration is Kicking this War Hero Out of the Military Will Shock You
Sergeant First Class (SFC) Charles Martland could be ejected from the U.S. military at any time.
He is a true war hero. He has earned the Bronze Star Medal. This Green Beret has bravely served in Afghanistan – a model soldier in the War on Terror. So why is he being kicked out of the Army?
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Plenty of Revelations in Latest Clinton Emails Batch, Including Obamacare Link
As I mentioned yesterday, New Year’s Eve was the deadline for the latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails to be released by the State Department. While they fell 2,000 pages short of their court-ordered goal of 43,000 for the year, there are still a lot of interesting stories in what we did get yesterday. We have already learned from previous email batches that Hillary had | Read More »
2015 has been a Record Year for Federal Regulations
The soon-to-be finished year of 2015 has been one full of milestones and records, but this one is certainly not worth celebrating. The Obama administration has been busier than even rolling out new regulations. The 2015 Federal Register has amounted to 81,611 pages of new and proposed ones, more than the federal government has ever before issued in a single year. Per The Hill: This | Read More »
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Virginia Republican Congressman will not seek re-election.
Robert Hurt, Virginia-05. Apparently he’s just tired of Dizzy City.
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Banks Poised to Join New Generation of Congressional Conservatives
Washington insiders are more than a little peeved at Congressional conservatives who have rejected the status quo and pushed House and Senate Republicans to govern according to their campaign promises. One man who wants to continue that shakeup is Jim Banks, an Indiana state senator and Afghan War veteran with an impressive resume and record of conservative accomplishment. Running in Indiana’s 3rd Congressional District to | Read More »
Only the Left could say we have too many choices
For all his faults, has his moments. This moment comes in the form of a final shot at the White House, which is very much against his plan to increase school choice options: WASHINGTON — In what can be viewed as a late homage to departing House Speaker , the lower chamber has adopted anew a federally funded school voucher program for students in Washington, | Read More »
What could we do with all that Planned Parenthood money?
What if we stripped away all funding for Planned Parenthood? What if we took that money, kept it tied to women’s health care, and distributed it in a different way? What if we took that money and created a subsidy that women could apply for that covered preventative health screenings as well as doctor and hospital visits during pregnancy and delivery? What if another chunk | Read More »
Democrats would rather Defund Food Stamps than Planned Parenthood
The desperate attempts by Democrats to ignore or explain away the Planned Parenthood videos have provided us with plenty of excellent examples showcasing just how dedicated the Left is to abortion. However, the latest rhetoric from the Obama administration might top everything else in recent memory to show how extreme their attachment is. From the Huffington Post (I’m reading it so you don’t have to), we see | Read More »
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Pope’s Challenge to Protect Life Instantly Dismissed
The Pope was in town today, if you didn’t know, but the drooling dropped jaws of the Left probably tipped you off. As the country has been preparing for the papal visit, we’ve been subjected to channels such as CNN essentially turning into EWTN. Suddenly the Pope is revered, and Catholic teaching, most of it anyway, should be seriously considered, albeit briefly. The Pope’s speech | Read More »
Fewer Women in Government Than Men? So What?
The poor women of these United States. We are so under-represented in American politics. It certainly must mean that discrimination is to blame as we survey elected office, and find that there are fewer women than men. Certainly nothing can account for that lopsided nature, other than the evil Patriarchy, right? This is all nonsense, of course, but it seems each new election cycle the | Read More »
Nine Stunning Admissions from Planned Parenthood’s “Nothing to See Here” Letter to Congress
Planned Parenthood is on the ropes, reeling from months of being exposed for its sickeningly evil practice of selling the bodies of murdered babies for parts.
In an attempt to deflect attention from its atrocities, it has sent the several congressional committees that have opened up federal investigations into Planned Parenthood’s practices a “nothing to see here” letter.
Yet, even in its multiple deceptions and distortions, Planned Parenthood makes a number of stunning admissions about its abortion and baby harvesting practices.
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RedState Candidate Briefing: Chris Day (R-NY)
Chris Day is running for Congress in New York. He ran in 2014 and actually did pretty well despite no money and little support. He’s going up against Democrat who has been in office since 1989. Following the Chattanooga, Tennessee terror attack, Day has a proposal to keep service men and women better armed. The proposal, in his words, calls for “active duty military personnel | Read More »
Democrats Attack Hyde Amendment Once Again
As if the expansive abortion rights available in this country weren’t enough, the loud and unoppressed women on the Left are asking for more. In the 40+ years since the Supreme Court’s decision regarding Roe v. Wade, unfettered access to abortion has cost countless lives at the altar of choice. According to the Guttmacher Institute, and reported on Life News: A new analysis indicates the | Read More »