Is America Ready For Another “Two-Fer” Clinton presidency?
Re-posted from National Review April 22, 2014 If the 2016 presidential election were held today the voting results would be the following, according to recent Fox News and McClatchy/Marist polls: Hillary Clinton defeats Rand Paul by 51 to 42 percent (Fox) or 54 to 40 percent (McClatchy/Marist); Hillary Clinton defeats Chris Christie by 50 to 42 percent, or 53 to 42 percent; Hillary Clinton defeats Jeb Bush by 51 to 42 percent, or 55 to | Read More »
Everything You Hate About D.C. is in the Podesta Divorce
It is well-established that Americans do not trust the federal government and believe that government itself is the nation’s top problem. Naturally, much of that ill-will is focused on Washington, D.C., with its partisan elected officials, inept bureaucrats, bloated government, corruption, and those influence-peddling Washington lobbyists. The Podestas’ “lobbyist vs. lobbyist” divorce provides the perfect platform for the average American to justify why they harbor such | Read More »
Five Reasons Why the Shroud of Turin Could Be Authentic
Today, Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ commonly known as Easter or, less commonly, Resurrection Sunday. If it were not for this event Christianity, the world’s largest religion, would not exist and Jesus, instead of being the most significant person in history, would have been just another forgotten Jewish man crucified by the Romans around 33AD. For those who are truly celebrating Christ’s | Read More »
Is John Kasich The Most Formidable 2016 GOP Candidate You Don’t Know?
Authors Note: This piece was posted today on The Daily Beast. Unless you live in Ohio, or are a political junkie, chances are you have never heard of its Republican governor, John Kasich. But that will likely change after November’s mid-term election if Governor Kasich wins his reelection bid by a respectable margin – setting the chattering class off yapping about his increased 2016 presidential prospects. | Read More »
Ten Reasons Why The GOP Should Say No To Jeb
It has been widely reported power brokers are anxiously waiting for Jeb Bush, a former two-term governor from one of the nation’s most important swing states, to decide if he is going to run for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. They wait because Bush is well-respected and presidential in stature. He has many positive attributes that would help the GOP attract Hispanic voters, so desperately | Read More »
Can Rick Perry Get a Second Chance With GOP Voters in 2016
Author’s Note: This piece is posted today on The Daily Beast. Please weigh in with your opinion about Perry’s 2016 prospects. Texas Governor Rick Perry is currently on a media tour touting the theme that America is a great place for second chances, specifically second chances for Texas governors with national ambitions. Can Perry erase the memory of his disastrous 2012 GOP presidential campaign which included “brain-farts” and “oops” debate moments with | Read More »
Latest Shroud of Turin News with an Exclusive Message from A Renowned Scientist
Re-posted from PJ Media In the next few weeks leading up to Easter Sunday you can expect to hear more news about the Shroud of Turin — a mysterious piece of linen that millions of Catholics and other Christians believe is the actual burial cloth of Jesus Christ. It was during Holy Week last year when the Shroud of Turin generated headlines around the globe. | Read More »
President or Senator? Pick One, Rand Paul
(Author’s note: This piece appears today on The Daily Beast and here is your chance to weigh in on Paul’s dilemma.) Currently the Republican Party has a crowded bench of 2016 presidential hopefuls. They include: 2012 left-over Rick Santorum; the “I may run but please disregard my last name,” Jeb Bush; the Republican in the Senate most hated by other Senate Republicans, Ted Cruz; Chris Christie who | Read More »
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‘Why I vote Democrat’ – best comment EVER
What you are about to read is the best political comment I have EVER read on a website. It was written by someone who uses the moniker, “The Fall of America.” The comment was posted on Wednesday morning, March 19, in response to a piece in The Hill. If you are unfamiliar, this is a Washington “insider’s site” covering the nitty-gritty of what goes on within the hallowed | Read More »
A Humorous Look at CPAC From a “Moderate” Republican Viewpoint
Author’s note: This piece is a re-post from BizPac Review. Code Red (State) Alert: It is highly recommended that all liberal Democrats, Independents and even some moderate Republicans (if there are any left) power down their media devices the weekend of March 6 – 8. Choosing to ignore this warning means you will be inundated with news flashes of anti-Obama speeches from hordes of conservative | Read More »
Controversy: Should American Atheists have been booted from CPAC?
Author’s note: (UPDATE) This piece is a re-post from BizPAC Review where it received 700 comments. So weigh in RedStaters! Nothing like a little controversy to spike attendance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) an annual event attended by 10,000 faithful conservative activists. They will gather on March 6 – 8, just outside Washington D.C. to hear speeches from practically every leading Republican, including the entire bench of | Read More »
Are YOU Ready for ‘Son of God’ Movie?
There is a massive cultural, entertainment and religious phenomenon scheduled for Friday, February 28. So make way — He is coming back — to the theaters that is. “He” is Jesus, that ever controversial Jewish Rabbi who will be starring in the movie Son of God. Not since the 1965 release of George Steven’s epic film, The Greatest Story Ever Told, has there been a | Read More »
Could George W. Bush Be The Last Republican President?
NOTE: Link to 2012 RedState piece. Last week I received an email blast from the Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus and it began: Friend, I need your opinion: who would you like to see as the Republican presidential nominee in 2016? You’re one of a few conservative leaders I’ve selected to take our 2016 Presidential Straw Poll. Curious, I clicked the link | Read More »
Is ‘Income Inequality’ the Democrats and Obama’s new ‘War on Women’ for 2014?
As a long-time loyal Republican and “political observer” I marvel at the ability of President Obama and his Democrat Party message machine to concoct or resurrect wedge issues that are captured in catchy phrases and used to successfully polarize the nation. The phrase is then turned into fundraising gold, ground up into red meat to feed base Democrat voter groups, used to demonize Republicans, positioned to | Read More »
2013 Government Data on Food Stamp Growth is Worse Than You Thought
Today our nation celebrates a glorious occasion, the 50th anniversary of President Johnson’s War on Poverty. Thus, you will be hearing much media discussion as to whether this program, costing untold billions, was a success or failure, and you as RedState readers are capable of drawing your own conclusions. Tangential to a War on Poverty, “victory” discussion is a chart that our government released on December 6, 2013 | Read More »