The public has tired of Barack Obama. More and more polling is beginning to reflect that and, given the latest Associated Press and Reuters polling, I wonder if some pollsters showing very close races are actually overcompensating because of 2012. That point is worth considering first. Having talked to a number of pollsters, both Democrat and Republican, there are a few good, credible pollsters who | Read More »
Boo Freaking Hoo
Esquire has a big story for their November magazine on just how awful it is to be a congressman. “We’re in a living hell and don’t know how to get out,” the title declares. The congressmen who talk, many of them on background, reflect that sentiment. Just about everything in the article makes me happy. Why is Congress such a living hell? People in public | Read More »
If You Vote Republican, The Confederacy Wins (Or Something LIke That)
The New York Times had a story over the weekend that an internal polling memo shows the Democrats must get black voters mobilized ASAP to win. If black voters do not get mobilized, the Democrats are toast. Within a day of the New York Times story, a flyer was found on cars parked at a Fayetteville, NC church for Sunday service. The flyer had a | Read More »
Jason Carter, Jimmy’s Grandson, Thinks Our Rights Come From the Government
Jason Carter is who the Democrats have chosen to lose in the gubernatorial race this year in Georgia. Carter is History’s Greatest Monster’s grandson. He’s a Duke grad. He’s a practicing attorney. He is in the Georgia State Senate. Over the weekend, Carter participated in a gubernatorial debate and all but admitted he supports gay marriage. You can hear what he said for yourself. But | Read More »
You Will Be Made to Care
Every want to know how campaigns target precincts and work on vote totals? In tonight’s show I explained how campaigns work behind the scenes. Then I did a pivot. From Houston to Idaho, gay rights activists are going to make you care. I dive deep tonight.
“Abortion Barbie” Wendy Davis is a Truly Horrible Person. But We Already Knew That.
Wendy Davis rose to fame championing the ability to rip children’s skulls open, vacuum out their brains, then rip them apart. But she did it in pink sneakers, so the media loves her. That is the only reason Wendy Davis is the Texas Democrats’ nominee. She got a Vogue profile referencing her “Barbie like good looks,” a Maria Shriver hagiography for NBC, and a lot | Read More »
The boy who cried wolf eventually learned his lesson. After rallying the countryside for his amusement several times, a wolf did show up. By that time the villagers no longer believed him. The wolf ate the sheep. For six years in Washington, D.C., in an effort to never let a crisis go to waste, President Obama has been in perpetual campaign mode, always on offense, | Read More »
Please make plans to join me on a conference call the day after the mid-term elections, Wednesday, November 5th from 9-10am. I will review the results and give you my take on what the election means for RedState, the country as a whole, and what ramifications/recriminations are likely to unfold in the lame duck session of Congress. We will also walk through winners and losers | Read More »
Georgia Trends and Ebola
Last night’s show, we went further in depth on the President’s handling of Ebola. We also explored more on Georgia’s Senate race.
In Idaho, Christian Pastors Ordered to Perform Gay Marriages. You Will Be Made to Care.
It is one of the tenets of the current movement toward gay marriage. They get to get married, Christians are forced to provide goods and services if they demand it, but — and this is the key caveat of it all — but Christian ministers will not be forced to wed gays because of their religious concerns. That was last week. This is this week | Read More »
Remember My Obama Theorem to Understand the President’s Handling of Ebola
So many of you seem confused and confounded by what President Obama is doing. You really just need to remember my theorem about Barack Obama to understand him. The world will be more safe if the United States is less safe. The world will be more stable if the United States is less stable. Act against one and two only when polling demands it and | Read More »
Wait . . . Wait . . . Wait . . . This Hillsong Church Business All Makes Sense Now
Hillsong Church has decided to be culturally relevant by abandoning the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is not unexpected. The church has been more a business for a while and does not want to affect its bottom line. But now I find it is not at all a coincidence that the church ran out this week to get fawning press coverage over its wavering on | Read More »
Hillsong Church Begins Its Death March Away From Christ Into the World
Peter’s first epistle instructs the early church on how to live as a Christian in a world not of Christians. It is becoming a more relevant book of the Bible as western civilization collapses in on itself in an orgy of sins of the flesh. Christianity is again becoming an oddity in a secular world. Peter quoted Isaiah that “the grass withers, and the flower | Read More »
Thomas R. Frieden Should Resign From the CDC. And We Need a Travel Ban.
Dr. Thomas R. Frieden is the Director for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In the past few weeks, the American people have seen him flail about spectacularly. He has tried to instill calm in the public and instead made the situation worse. Under Frieden’s leadership, hospitals across America are confused about Ebola protocols, a nurse with Ebola and symptoms traveled on a | Read More »
David Perdue and a Georgia Runoff
A few weeks ago, Republican Senate candidate David Perdue had a Senate win within his reach with no runoff. Now, it seems the best he can hope for is an overtime victory. Reporters nationally, since the 1970’s, have warned of a demographic tide building, making it more difficult for Republicans to win. Pollsters, statisticians, and others claim that is happening now in Georgia. That is | Read More »