Whether you like Donald Trump or not is irrelevant. On Thursday, Donald Trump will appear on a Presidential debate stage with nine other Americans out of more than 300 million people. The nine candidates who will be on stage with Trump still have not figured out how to deal with Trump. Maybe by Thursday they will. The way to deal with Trump is to speak | Read More »
Tech at Night: Catching up before the Gathering
So the Red State Gathering is this week, and it’s going to be fun. Hopefully you’re coming. Since Wednesday night I’ll be packing to go, and Friday I’ll be in Atlanta, so this is probably the one shot I have this week to look over Tech news, so let’s go.
Mitch McConnell Must Never Be Elected Again
Let me prefix my next few sentences by pointing out: I am not the executive editor of Redstate and I cannot unilaterally set or change policy for this site. So what I write here is simply my own personal opinion and not necessarily that of this station or its leadership. After today’s latest episode of McConnell-sponsored GOP Failure Theater, there is only one conclusion to | Read More »
These Senators Voted to Force You to Pay for Planned Parenthood’s Abortion Harvesting Business
A radical pro-abortion minority of the Senate just voted to continue forcing you to fund Planned Parenthood’s abortion and baby harvesting business.
You need to know who they are.
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Commence Act 3 of the GOP’s Planned Parenthood Failure Theater
Imagine our surprise. The standalone bill that Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) 58% promised as a sop to the dumb pro-lifers failed, exactly like everyone knew it would, exactly as it was designed to do. There was literally no way McConnell was ever going to get six Democrats to sign on to the bill, or to get it past an Obama veto, without | Read More »
Coming to a market near you: increased food costs, thanks to California bureaucrats
My native California is suffering the single worst recorded drought in the state’s history. Today, the drought crisis is so severe the some municipal governments are facing the prospect of no water at all. Literally none. Now, it might be easy and maybe even a little emotionally satisfying for you to disregard this as the Golden State’s singular problem. Don’t. Most of the vegetables, fruits | Read More »
Feckless Liberals Discover a Use for Amy Schumer
Even as a fairly voracious consumer of stand up comedy, I have never been a huge fan of Amy Schumer’s schtick. It’s not that I find Schumer offensive; offensive comedy done well (see, e.g., Anthony Jeselnik) can be quite entertaining and willfully suspending your sense of outrage is a prerequisite to enjoying almost any stand up comedian. I just don’t think she’s very funny, when | Read More »
The Future of Warfare: Killer Robots?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the potential of lethal robotic warfare, Salim Furth from the Heritage foundation talks about today’s poor and Nick Loris previews the new EPA regulations that will raise your energy bills.
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Ted Cruz Has Earned a Second Look From Us All
I like Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 100% a lot as a Senator, but I have never been a huge fan of his candidacy for President – at least until now. Generally speaking, I prefer governors to Senators, and I have an especial wariness for first term Senators. Additionally, I have questions about Cruz’s ability as a coalition builder and I know that | Read More »