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Colossians 3:23. Married to video superstar Ben Howe. Mom to four beautiful blessings. Also run social media for The Justice Conference Charlotte. Email at breeanne@redstate.com

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    Remembering Andrew Breitbart: One Year Later

    Remembering Andrew Breitbart: One Year Later

    I smiled as I passed him in the hallway.  Surrounded, as always, by a group of people listening intently as he spoke animatedly in his uniquely captivating way.  He had stopped by the blogger room earlier in the day to brief us on the latest concerning Pigford.  I stopped short a few feet past him and paused to consider taking a picture with him.  I | Read More »

    Fracking: Drilling Past The Myths

    It’s probably safe to say that most Americans are unaware of what the term “fracking” means.  If you’ve heard of it, the details can be hard to pin down due to the controversy surrounding the method of gas extraction.  With mainstream movies like Gasland and The Promised Land on their side, those opposing fracking have easily buried the truth below layers of myths.  Fortunately, as | Read More »

    Leslie Marshall Too Emotional To Defend Salazar

    Leslie Marshall Too Emotional To Defend Salazar

    Since Revealing Politics broke news of Democratic Colorado state Rep. Joe Salazar’s opinion on why women shouldn’t carry guns to defend themselves against rape, the left and the right have been in heated battle over the topic.  Liberal radio talk show host and Fox News Contributor Leslie Marshall has spoken more than once in defense of Salazar claiming that, as a victim of attempted rape, she can | Read More »

    Haley on Healthcare: Part Three

    Haley on Healthcare: Part Three

    In the final part of my three part interview with Governor Nikki Haley, we discussed how the subject of gun control found it’s way into the health care debate and the question of South Carolina’s role going forward in the fight against Obamacare. In the recent executive actions Obama signed, one was to “clarify that the Affordable Care Act does not prohibit doctors asking their | Read More »

    Haley on HealthCare: Part Two

    Haley on HealthCare: Part Two

    Previously, I covered the first portion of my interview with South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley.  In the next part of our discussion, Governor Haley relayed the efforts by South Carolina to improve health care in the state. “We are taking the lead in the country on payment reform.  We had $40 million alone in payments and we tied it to performance.  Which meant that we | Read More »

    Banning Gays From The Prom

    Banning Gays From The Prom

    While anti-discrimination laws prevent gay students from being excluded from school activities, a group of students, parents and a teacher are hoping to do just that.  According to Paige Preusse of NBC 2, At Sullivan High School, in Sullivan, Indiana, the group will be creating a separate prom that will ban gay students from attending. As if the idea of excluding certain students from the | Read More »

    Haley on HealthCare: Part One

    Haley on HealthCare: Part One

    Now that Barack Obama has been sworn in for a second term, the focus will again turn to ObamaCare and health care exchanges. A key component of ObamaCare, health care exchanges are to be set up by the states giving consumers a limited amount of options to purchase health care in their state. Those that traditionally cannot afford to purchase health care will be given | Read More »

    North Korean Dreams of America: New Translation

    North Korean Dreams of America: New Translation

    It is no surprise that North Korea isn’t a fan of the United States, however, a recent video has lead Americans to question how the country sees our relations going forward. In response to new sanctions introduced by the UN after their December rocket launch, North Korea has been threatening a third nuclear test sometime in the near future.  In the midst of analyzing when | Read More »

    VIDEO: MSNBC Contributor Decries Hateful “Crackers”

    MSNBC Contributor Karen Finney used a racial slur recently while discussing immigration reform and the Latino response to the issue.  Not surprisingly, no one on the panel she was featured in even seemed to notice her language.  Said Finney: We saw in droves, you know, the Latino community moving over to the Democratic Party, largely because of the tone. And you had even Republicans in | Read More »

    South Carolina School Choice

    South Carolina School Choice

    With National School Choice Week kicking off January 25th, conversations surrounding the topic have been buzzing.  While I have always been a supporter of school choice, it is only recently that the subject has taken a personal turn.  With one child excelling in public school and the other struggling, having choices in their individual educational needs will make a lifetime’s worth of difference. Our oldest daughter has | Read More »

    Book Review: Courageous

    Book Review: Courageous

    Students For Life has released a new book, Courageous, that highlights the stories of 12 pro-life students and will serve as inspiration and encouragement for others to stand up against abortion.  Students around the country must deal with a constant barrage of pro-abortion messaging on campus.  Due to the fact that the majority of abortions in America are performed on college-aged women, they are actually targeted | Read More »

    Spending at Gun Point

    Spending at Gun Point

    In the days leading up to President Obama announcing his gun control plans, and now that he has, the focus of Republicans and Conservatives has been squarely on his ever-encroaching attack on the Second Amendment.  As Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus stated on the President’s move, “He paid lip service to our fundamental constitutional rights, but took actions that disregard the Second Amendment and | Read More »

    Sandy Pork And The Lesson Of Katrina

    Sandy Pork And The Lesson Of Katrina

      Although Hurricane Sandy ravaged the Atlantic Coast more than 2 months ago, the debate over disaster relief is still raging. While more than $2 billion in aid has been spent by FEMA on the recovery from Sandy, the controversy began after the House failed to vote on a $60 billion Sandy aid bill in the last session of Congress. The bill was denied passage | Read More »

    Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!

    Marsha, Marsha, Marsha!

    Life in DC can be tough, especially when you are stuck playing second fiddle to Tennessee Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn.  Fellow Tennessee Republican Rep. Diane Black found that out last week as the new 113th Congress kicked off and she raced to introduce a pro-life bill that would defund Planned Parenthood.  Unfortunately for Black, she learned her “Jan Brady lesson” the hard way as Blackburn | Read More »

    Blackburn: ‘America Deserves Better Than Abortion’

    Blackburn: 'America Deserves Better Than Abortion'

    On January 4th, Congressman Marsha Blackburn introduced the first pro-life bill in the House for the 113th Congress.  The Title X Abortion Provider Prohibition Act (H.R. 61) seeks to prevent the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) from giving more money to abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood.  In her statement, Blackburn points out that, in 2010, Planned Parenthood received over $340 million from | Read More »