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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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    DOOM!

    Okay, not really. It’s a difficult morning to be sure, but it’s not the end of the world. As Erick wrote early this morning, we’ve really only maintained the status quo. In order to assess the future, we must reassess the past. How did we end up relatively close to where we were four years ago? Much time will be spent pouring over the results.  Who | Read More »

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    New Black Panthers Up To Old Tricks?

    New Black Panthers Up To Old Tricks?

    Fox News is reporting this morning that the New Black Panthers have made another appearance at the polls in Pennsylvania.  You may recall that they made an appearance in 2008 and were upset that someone brought a camera to a billy club fight. Now they’re back, albeit a little sunnier this time and sans weaponry.  The marked change in appearance is enough to make one | Read More »

    If It Fits The Narrative…

    Last night, an estimated 30,000 people attended a rally for Mitt Romney in Morrisville, PA.  It wasn’t the crowd size that made the news however, as Romney’s rallies have consistently drawn thousands, it was the excited tweets from Jackie Kucinich, of USA Today, who was also in attendance at the rally.  According to Kucinich, there was a hostage situation… kind of… and then not really. | Read More »

    Rep. Keith Ellison Out of Control

    Democrat Representative Keith Ellison currently serves Minnesota’s 5th congressional district as the first Muslim ever to be elected to Congress. Previously there have been questions concerning his potential ties to radical Islam, but as voters take to the polls Tuesday they may want to consider his behavior of late. During a recent radio interview with his Republican challenger, Chris Fields, Ellison twice called his opponent | Read More »

    Politicizing Tragedy

    Politicizing Tragedy

    As Americans woke this morning, they were met with news of the destruction left by Hurricane Sandy across the East; that is if they have any power.  Over 7 million homes are without power in the wake of the storm.  As it raged through the night, a hospital was forced to evacuate when their backup generator failed, water poured into the subways in New York | Read More »

    Ukraine Election Success

    Yesterday Ukraine successfully held their most democratic elections in the history of their young independence.  Observers from around the globe dispersed throughout the country and reported overall success in the election of 450 new members to Ukraine’s parliament.  In the weeks leading up to the election, the recent change to election law and past issues of corruption were the topics of many debates.  Coverage by | Read More »

    Ukraine Election Update

    For those following along, Ukraine is set to have their historically democratic parliamentary vote on Sunday.  As previously noted, the parliament of Ukraine recently adopted a new electoral law that changes their voting to a mixed system.  250 members of parliament will be elected by party list and the other 250 members will be candidates representing districts. Mikhail Okhendovskyy, a member of Ukraine’s Central Election Commission | Read More »

    “Your First Time”

    "Your First Time"

    There seems to be no low to which President Obama will sink in his desperate attempt to win reelection.  One has to wonder, is there any point at which the main stream media and the public get some self-respect and toss out this loser?  First he asked for your wedding gifts, then your yard sales and now he has asked for your daughters. Just in | Read More »

    Politics and Pensions: Where Hope Goes To Die

    Politics and Pensions: Where Hope Goes To Die

    Two day ago, The President and Governor Romney met with voters in Dayton, Ohio about five miles apart from each other.  On the one side, was President Obama proudly proclaiming that his auto bailout saved middle class workers in their time of need.  Meanwhile, in front of a closed Delphi auto parts plant the story was not as cheerful.  20,000 Delphi employees were looked over when the | Read More »

    Education: Just Throw More Money At It!

    Education: Just Throw More Money At It!

    In the last Presidential debate, slated to be a foreign policy debate, President Obama made numerous attempts to shift the focus to education.  Yet, his record on education hasn’t improved the situation, and the policies he has quietly put in place only add more to the debt the nation’s children will have to pay. The controversial No Child Left Behind education law has been completely | Read More »

    BinderGate

    In the aftermath of the second town-hall style Presidential debate, Democrats pounced on a statement made by Governor Romney concerning a question about equal pay for women in the workplace.  His explanation of how his administration worked with women’s groups included recounting that the women’s groups brought them “binders full of women.”  The statement exploded immediately, with those on the left painting the Governor as | Read More »

    Another Scandal by Obama Adminstration

    Another Scandal by Obama Adminstration

    Amidst ongoing questions concerning the potential cover-ups by the Obama Administration of Fast and Furious and the Benghazi attack, another scandal is coming back to light for the White House.  The U.S. Secret Service made the news last April when a number of agents were suspended after being accused of consorting with prostitutes while in Cartagena, Columbia for the Summit of the Americas attended by | Read More »

    VIDEO: So, Who Denied Security to the Benghazi Consulate?

    Last night, during the second Presidential debate, President Obama and Mitt Romney engaged in one of the most heated exchanges of the campaign yet. When asked by an audience member about the lack of enhanced security in Benghazi prior to the attack on the Libyan embassy, President Obama stammered through a lame response that ultimately failed to address the question.

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    Ukraine Election Breaking Ground

    Ukraine Election Breaking Ground

    In less than 2 weeks, Ukraine will hold a historical election with 36.7 million registered voters going to the polls.  Their parliament, Verkhovna Rada, recently adopted a new electoral law that is more in line with international standards and builds on Ukraine’s successful efforts to move towards Westernization.  The election, set for October 28th, will be a mixed voting system with 250 members of Verkhovna | Read More »

    The Abortion Debate Continues

    Last night during the Vice Presidential debate, we were given quite the surprise when a question concerning a social issue came into play towards the end.  Martha Raddatz, the clearly partisan moderator, asked the candidates about their common religious faith, Catholicism, and how it affected their view on abortion. Republican candidate Paul Ryan eloquently summed up that his Catholic faith isn’t the only factor as | Read More »