Black Monday May Not Be As Bad As You Think
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the plummeting stock market and how far it may fall. Then Sarah Westwood from the Washington Examiner is here to talk about the Hillary Clinton email scandal and if Joe Biden may get in the race. Finally Steve Bucci from the Heritage Foundation talks about the threat of ISIS inspired attacks on US military members and their families.
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Chris Cuomo: Rape isn’t the problem, bad stereotypes about ISIS are the problem
We’ve had fun with Chris Cuomo before here at RedState and his Twitter feed is a never ending source of fun. The crap he comes up with is so bizarre that even the left knows he’s a moron. He is also an inveterate defender of radical Islam. The previous link contains a Chris Cuomo tweet, since deleted, in which he insists that the attack on | Read More »
Rick Santelli on The Fed, Interest Rates, and the Economy
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Rick Santelli to discuss when The Fed will hike interests rates, by how much, and if the economy can absorb the rate increase. Then we’ll be joined Steve Oliner from AEI to discuss the mortgage market, and finally Andrew McCarthy on terrorism, the Iran nuclear deal and his new book.
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That Time Roosevelt Out Debated Hitler
“Secular leftism does not sell well when contrasted with an ideology that promises an afterlife filled with virgins and a present filled with heroic struggle against a Great Satan sissy in mom jeans.”History remembers how we won World War II. Franklin Roosevelt rolled his wheelchair into Germany and debated Adolph Hitler. At the end of the debate, the Germans smacked themselves upside the head, recognized | Read More »
The New Plan to Defeat ISIS
I suppose it had to happen. Legalizing and making mandatory the celebration of homosexual marriage has been touted as the cure for everything from a sagging economy to boils on the ass. Many on our own side are happy because now we can get on with the real issues. I’m still not sure what those issues are or why it was necessary to destroy Western | Read More »
From the ‘Didn’t Think That One Through’ Files: Gay and Trans Pair Decide To Join ISIS
This is either the story of the dumbest people on the planet, or the plot for a totally edgy sitcom that I cannot WAIT to watch. Except in either case, it’s bound to be cancelled pretty soon, and not with a happy ending According to the Daily Mail, a Russian “transsexual and her gay friend,” feeling oppressed in Russia and enamored of online ISIS propaganda | Read More »
If President Obama Has No Strategy Yet To Fight ISIS, Why Is He Sending 500 More Soldiers To Fight ISIS?
Motto Of The Obama Foreign Policy President Barack Obama could end his Potemkin war against ISIS in one of two ways. He could annihilate the enemy, or he could write off Iraq and Syria. This is a tough leadership decision that a real leader would agonize over. Barack Obama in no way resembles a real leader. He will take the easy | Read More »
Iowa GOP doubles down on pay-to-play
The Iowa GOP is rather flustered that they are bleeding support for their pay-to-play system, more colloquially known as the Iowa Straw Poll. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92%, Jeb Bush, and Mike Huckabee have all said they won’t be spending money there, and others have said they weren’t sure. The straw poll hasn’t been a great source of accuracy when it comes | Read More »
This Way Comes
“The difference between Bush’s mistakes and his disappointments may just be that he hasn’t yet taken ownership of the latter,” Massimo Calabresi wrote in Time as he covered President George W. Bush’s final press conference in January of 2009. Four years earlier, left-wing journalist John Dickerson had begun a trend among the Bush White House press corps, demanding from the President a recognition of his | Read More »
Obama 2012: I Ended The War. Obama 2015: Only The USA Patriot Act Can Save Us!
He’s Here To save Us! President Barack Obama bragged during his 2012 Reelection Campaign that he ended the war in Iraq. GM alive, Bin Laden dead, Barack Obama 2012! Barack Obama was dismissive when told that threats still remained. He initially described ISIS as “the JV.” For all who would listen he loudly proclaimed a victory for peace. Now that [mc_name | Read More »
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Tech at Night: Rand Paul wins more privacy for the Islamic State
Part of the USA PATRIOT act ensured NSA could check up on conversations foreigners were having, that involved data passing into America, by going to the FISA courts and getting a warrant. After 9/11, when terrorist cells came here and murdered many Americans, we understood the need for that. Well, some Republicans remembered, but Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) 87% forgot, and it | Read More »
UPDATE [Video]: Rick Perry Pitches Executive Experience and an Optimistic Outlook for America at #SRLC2015
Today Rick Perry made his most extensive case yet for nominating someone with proven, executive experience. In his speech to a fired up crowd at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference held in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Perry hit hard on a recurring theme of his campaign, his decades of executive experience as the Governor of Texas. Whether the former governor of Texas was discussing the advance | Read More »
With ISIS Making Gains, Is It Time for U.S. Ground Troops?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Allysen Efferson are joined by David PAtterson to discuss ISIS victories in Iraq, the special forces raid that killed one of their leaders, and if it is time to send in U.S. ground troops.
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The Culture War is Upon You, Whether You Want it or Not
With the fall of Ramadi to ISIS over the weekend, many foreign policy analysts are scrambling to assign and apportion blame between George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and various other recent key players for the slow-rolling failure of the current Iraqi state. I guess these questions are interesting within the context of political supremacy here in the United States as between Republicans and Democrats – | Read More »
My moment of candor this Friday
Were it me, I would not engage in the style of publicity and antics Pamela Geller and her organization engaged it. I take to heart Proverbs 3:34 that “He mocks proud mockers but shows favor to the humble and oppressed.” I also take the golden rule to heart. I appreciate the point Martha McCallum and Franklin Graham made. Just because we have the right, does | Read More »