The Palin Foreign Policy Doctrine
In light of Obama’s morally indefensible and dyslexic policies regarding Egypt, Iran, Israel, Libya, and Syria, it is important that our eventual presidential nominee articulate a bold distinction in the realm of foreign policy. Conservative domestic policy doctrine is quite indubitable and lucid (except among many elected Republicans); limited government, free enterprise, protection of individual liberties, limitation of criminal liberties, secure borders, and a robust | Read More »
Time to End Fed’s Dual Mandate of Destruction
Recent economic reports of Obamanomics have shown dismal GDP growth, rising jobless claims, an anemic dollar, and soaring inflation; all indications of stagflation. There are two components to stagflation; high unemployment and high inflation. The unemployment, along with the weak economic growth, is due in large part to Obama’s Keynesian fiscal policy of overtaxing, overspending, over-subsidizing, and over-regulating. While the profligate spending and corporate welfare | Read More »
The Media Skirts Past Sarah Palin’s Uterus and Truthers in Search of Birthers
There is no need to write ten thousand words to highlight what is perhaps the very best example these days of profound liberal bias in the media. Andrew Sullivan is now working for the Daily Beast and Newsweek after spending a great deal of time at the Atlantic. No one in the media cares to note that Andrew Sullivan is obsessed with Sarah Palin’s uterus | Read More »
Which 2012 POTUS candidate can do the most damage to the Left?
You may have guessed that the Redstate contributing editors have had a few discussions about the selection of 2012 POTUS candidates from the GOP. Interestingly (and perhaps not surprisingly), few of us have strong opinions on any particular candidate. I believe there’s a reason for that: the field of candidates seems weak, and no one candidate stands out from the rest. And as Gallup points out, | Read More »
Slate’s Weigel Admits Mainstream Media Is Now Irrelevant and Useless
Dave Weigel seems to admit that the mainstream media is not very important at all. He does so in a post for Slate,wherein he is trying to spin the reasons why Sarah Palin’s knocked-out-of-park speech in Wisconsin went mostly ignored by the mainstream media. Says Weigel (emphasis mine): For what it’s worth, I mentioned Palin’s speech yesterday and talked about it on… drum roll… MSNBC. But is it | Read More »
Why Should We Care What NOW Thinks of Bill Maher’s Sexist Palin Slur?
On Friday night, the abhorrent idjit known as Bill Maher used a crass and offensive slur about Sarah Palin. It is one that I will not repeat here, but suffice it to say it is a favorite misogynistic epithet of the lofty, oh-so-enlightened leftist set. I’ve been called it many times in hate emails and even on Twitter. It is usually prefaced with “dumb” and is second | Read More »
For 2012, is Boring the New Awesome?
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Andrew Malcolm to discuss the 2012 GOP field, the power of the hat, and more. Then Pejman Yousefzadeh talks about Newt Gingrich’s bid for President. We’re brought to you as always by BigGovernment and Stephen Clouse and Associates. If you’d like to email | Read More »
Greg Sargent Encourages Unions To Commit Violence Then Demands We Look At His Record on Palin and Arizona
UPDATE: Sargent just took to Twitter and called my quoting him directly “comical lies.” That seems to be a rather damning indictment of Greg Sargent about his own writing. ——————— Greg Sargent is whining at the Washington Post, not that I pointed out his calls for union violence in Wisconsin, but that at the very end, after all was said and done, I besmirched his | Read More »
Washington Post’s Greg Sargent Demands Unions Get Violent. Union Goons Attack Fox Reporter.
The Washington Post’s leftwing mouthpiece, Greg Sargent, who they ostensibly pay to be an objective reporter is on twitter demanding that unions in Wisconsin get violent to get their way. In what we can presume is unrelated to Greg Sargent’s call, a Fox News reporter was attacked by union thugs in Wisconsin. Once I pointed out on Twitter that Sargent was calling for unions to | Read More »
From the Mailbag
I’m going to be on with Wolf Blitzer at about 5:10 p.m. to discuss Palin 2012. In the meantime, from the mailbag: From: Bjveraldi@aol.com Subject: Erickson-Lay off Palin Date: January 20, 2011 3:29:47 PM EST To: email@example.com I watched your snarky yuck fest on CNn with Paul” forehead” Begala as you both attacked Sarah Palin. Interesting that you on the Right are so ready and | Read More »
Sarah Palin in Iowa, and Repealing Obamacare
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Scott Conroy, a reporter for Real Clear Politics, to talk about Sarah Palin’s early groundwork in Iowa, then by John C. Goodman, President and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis, to discuss the vote to repeal Obamacare. We’re brought to you | Read More »
The President’s Speech and Killing Sarah Palin
What was billed as a “memorial service” in Arizona last night was more of a pep-rally and celebration of life. It was complete with sloganeering, bumper stickers, and t-shirts. It is what was needed. What’s more, Mr. Obama gave a stunning rebuke to his own base who’ve engaged in a horrific blame game all week. But at a time when our discourse has become so | Read More »
Thoughtful, On-Target Palin Responds To Attacks; Left Loses Last Grip On Reality
I know, my use of the term on-target makes me a vitriolic, hateful rhetoric espouser in the eyes of some. It’s not conducive to the “new tone” we are all supposed to embrace for some unfathomable and delusional reason. Of course, this new tone doesn’t apply if one is speaking about Sarah Palin, who is apparently the cause of All Bad Things Ever, in perpetuity. | Read More »
Obama’s Tucson speech preempted by THAT WOMAN.
Mister President, here’s the bar that you have to clear. It’s a high one. A much higher one than your attendants are telling you that it is. They are almost certainly telling you to concentrate on the ‘blood libel’ comment – which, by the way, will immediately resonate with at least 40% of the population of the country, mostly because it is darned accurate* – | Read More »
Sarah Palin: “America’s Enduring Strength”
Promoted from Diaries – Moe Lane. Great stuff (you can get to the video on her Facebook page). I don’t think I’ve seen this better said. Naturally, the Left has started targeting Palin (and targeting is the right word) for her use of the phrase “blood libel”, although the phrase is quite appropriate. Politico was the first to mention it, using the phrase in their | Read More »