How Rep. Peter King Is Working With Harry Reid To Limit Gun Ownership
Yesterday, we posted on the dangerous push Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) 11% is making to close the “terrorist loophole” in our gun laws. It sounds terrible, right, that suspected terrorists would be allowed to by firearms. That is, until you think about it. The terrorist watch list that the Democrats are so anxious to use comprises well over a million names. In | Read More »
Harry Reid Supports Allowing Terrorists Into America But Wants To Stop Gun Sales
Ever since Harry Reid was punched in the face by a gay hooker had an “exercise band” “break” while attached to his “shower door” last year, he has become more and more emotionally unstable. Even before his unfortunate “accident” he used the floor of the Senate to tell lies about the Koch brothers. This was an act completely unprecedented in the history of the republic. | Read More »
Losing the Consent of the Governed
Image Credit: Shutterstock A new CNN/ORC Poll released on Sunday, finds that only 30% of registered voters feel their views are well represented by the government in Washington. The new CNN poll confirms new Pew Research Center polling, released last Thursday, finds that only 32% of respondents have a favorable opinion on the Republican Party — the lowest number Pew has | Read More »
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Harry Reid Unapologetic over Lying about Romney, Because Obama Won
The activist Left has given us ample evidence over the last several months that the narrative is more important than the truth, and Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) 11% all but confirms this in his latest interview. Reid, if you will remember, said the following from the Senate floor prior to the 2012 Presidential election: “So the word’s out that he hasn’t paid | Read More »
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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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Harry Reid won’t seek re-election
This is probably wise on the part of the apparently recently-turned-blues-musician. WASHINGTON — Senator Harry Reid, the tough tactician who has led Senate Democrats since 2005, will not seek re-election next year, bringing an end to a three-decade congressional career that culminated with his push of President Obama’s ambitious agenda against fierce Republican resistance. Mr. Reid, 75, who suffered serious eye and facial injuries in a Jan. | Read More »
McConnell draws a pastel colored line
Earlier in the week, RedState covered how Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) 11%, still suffering from the effects of his “exercise accident” and drunk on abortion industry cash, is holding up a bill on human trafficking because of a provision inserted in every spending bill that prohibits the use of federal money to counsel in favor of abortion or provide abortions. This restriction, | Read More »
Democrats Put Abortion before Helping Human Trafficking Victims
In January of this year, Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) 51% introduced the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act. The most important part of this law is that it would impose an additional fine of $5,000 upon anyone caught engaging in various actions involved in human trafficking, and the money from these fines would go into a Domestic Trafficking Victims’ Fund. It had | Read More »
Mitch McConnell goes into fetal position. Harry Reid is the new leader of the Senate.
Sad and disappointing but not a surprise. Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 54% has showed himself to be the gutless wimp that we’ve all known he is. He has given the Democrats exactly what they have been demanding. In other words, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 54%, as majority leader, has shown the same feckless, flaccidity that he showed while minority | Read More »
Harry Reid’s injury explained
A couple of weeks ago we commented on the injuries sustained by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and noted that he seems amazingly injury prone and each injury brings with it a less than convincing answer.
Does Harry Reid have an amazing secret life?
What the Hell goes on in Harry Reid’s house?
The Unified Ted Cruz Blame Theory Goes Up in Flames
It is already setting in as received wisdom among liberals both within the Republican party and without that Ted Cruz will be made to shoulder the blame for the nominations the Democrats rammed through the Senate this week. A good example of that comes from the arbiter of objective fairness to conservative Republicans, the New York Times: But most of the day was consumed with | Read More »
The Cruz-Lee point of order and why the GOP establishment thinks you are an idiot
In the wake of the passage of CRomnibus –on the strength of GOP votes — the GOP leadership in Congress and the GOP establishment has been working overtime to rough up Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Utah Senator Mike Lee. A lot of the GOP is miffed that they have to serve alongside men of principle, this produces a Devil-Holy Water effect. They also realize based on | Read More »
Senate GOP Leaders and Their Pro-Amnesty Pundit Friends Find Harry Reid’s S**t Sandwich Quite Tasty
“A Senate source outside the Cruz and Lee offices with direct knowledge of the behind the scenes conversations tells me, ‘GOP leadership knew Reid was going to file cloture on up to 20 controversial nominations yesterday afternoon before they tried to move CROmnibus votes to monday.’”The level of butt hurt among pro-amnesty Republicans is staggering. They are savaging [mc_name name=’Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)’ chamber=’senate’ mcid=’C001098′ | Read More »
GOP needs to keep ‘nuclear option’
When the Communist Sandinistas were turned out of power by the Nicaraguan voters on February 25, 1990, their leader, the terrorist and mass murderer Daniel Ortega, vowed that the Sandinistas would accept the defeat in public but would continue to “rule from below” regardless of what the new government desired. This is exactly what we see developing in the United States Senate where the outgoing | Read More »