Libya Foreign Ministry building bombed by terrorists, 9/11/2013.
Details are still sketchy: Security officials say a powerful explosion has caused serious damage to Libya’s Foreign Ministry building in the heart of the coastal city of Benghazi. The early Wednesday morning blast also damaged the building next door housing the Benghazi branch of the Libyan Central Bank. …and there’s no word yet whether this bombing was specifically done in commemoration of last year’s 9/11 | Read More »
Alan Rusbridger and the UK’s Guardian Do What British Leftists Do Best: Capitulate
A week ago the UK’s left leaning Guardian hired RedState co-founder Joshua Trevino to be a regular columnist about American conservatives. Unlike many American publications, the Guardian hired an actual conservative instead of a poseur. But that was too much. The Guardian, you see, is the left’s property. Immediately, some virulently anti-Semitic leftwing activists began an organized campaign against the Guardian because Josh Trevino has | Read More »
The Liberal Guardian ( @GuardianUS ) Stands Up for Free Speech
This morning the Guardian, a liberal newspaper out of London, announced it was hiring one of RedState’s co-founders, Josh Trevino, as a conservative columnist. Since the announcement was made, the Guardian has come under withering assault for daring to hire Josh. I know a thing about that. To this day there are still folks trying to drive me off television. Luckily, CNN was kind enough | Read More »
Josh Trevino, RedState Founder, Moves on Up
I’ve long wanted to see Josh in a place like CNN with me, but today’s Transom brings really good and cool news: Joshua Treviño, a Redstate co-founder who has most recently served as vice president of the Texas Public Policy Foundation as well as a globetrotting raconteur and avid Twitterer (do not fight with him, as you will lose), will be announced today as a | Read More »