I am not a member of Augusta National and I’m pretty terrible at golf, though getting better. I have a net in the back and relaxation involves beer and hitting golf balls. Nonetheless, the left is absurdly irate that I or anyone else would dare say I have no problem with Augusta National being an exclusively male golf club. They’re also laughing that I said | Read More »
On Faith This Good Friday
There have been a number of times throughout my life that I have encountered God’s blessings, his mercy, and his discipline. When I was little, I sat in my grandmother’s lap hearing stories of Daniel in the Lion’s Den. When I was a teenager, I could see God working in my life. When I was in college, I could feel his call. When I got | Read More »
Good Friday 2012
And they crucified him, and parted his garments, casting lots: that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, They parted my garments among them, and upon my vesture did they cast lots. And sitting down they watched him there; And set up over his head his accusation written, THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS. . . . . Now from | Read More »
Katie Pavlich Takes on Fast and Furious
Our sister company Regnery Publishing (we’re both owned by Eagle Publishing, Inc.) sent me a new book to read. I am really bad these days about not reading all the books I get in — sometimes up to a dozen a week from various publishers and authors. But this one caught my eye. Katie Pavlich, Townhall’s News Editor, has a book out entitled Fast And | Read More »
Is This A Subtle Bias At Reuters?
In a story about the White House in damage control mode over the President’s rather stupid remarks on the Supreme Court, Reuters reports the following: “What he did was make an unremarkable observation about 80 years of Supreme Court history,” Carney told reporters during a White House briefing dominated by the topic. and The president, who taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago, qualified | Read More »
By Jon Bruning’s Own Logic, Is He Into Gay Marriage and Inappropriate Relationships With Kids?
What a miserable question to have to ask about Nebraska Attorney General and Republican Senate Candidate Jon Bruning — in effect is he, at best, a creepy pervert and at worst a monster. But before you pick up pitch forks and torches against me for asking the question, you need to understand that this is Jon Bruning’s own tortured logic in the Nebraska Senate Republican | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 5, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing April 5, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Welcome Back, Baseball 2. Is This A Subtle Bias At Reuters? 3. By Jon Bruning’s Own Logic, Is He Into Gay Marriage and Inappropriate Relationships With Kids? 4. Obama’s Continuing Assault on the Law, History, and Facts 5. Does Harry Reid have the courage to boycott | Read More »
Women at the Masters and Barack Obama’s Exceptional Conformity #EERS
Tonight, where are the cries and screams about women at the Masters? And what of Barack Obama’s conforming while using the word exceptionalism? I’ll break it all down for you from 6pm to 9pm ET. Listen live right here and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK. Consider this an open thread.
Maybe Paul Ryan Should Have Called It a Trojan Condom Budget
Barack Obama spoke to the American press yesterday to demagogue Republicans, Paul Ryan’s budget, cite Ronald Reagan as proof that raising taxes is okay, and damn with faint praise American exceptionalism. The President called Paul Ryan’s budget a “trojan horse.” Given the President’s predilection for forcing all Americans, through regulatory fiat, to adhere to his view of contraception, I suspect that had Paul Ryan preemptively | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 4, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing For April 4, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Maybe Paul Ryan Should Have Called It a Trojan Condom Budget 2. Does Obama Know How the Supreme Court Voted? 3. Sherrod Brown Compares GOP Governors to Hitler, Stalin 4. Earmarxists Make Best Case Against Earmarks
Hate Mail From a PBS/LA School District Employee
He’s a Producer/Director for KLCS-TV/DT, The Education Station. We know because he used his work address. From: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Congratulations! Date: April 3, 2012 4:18:44 PM EDT To: email@example.com Congratulations, Gentlemen! (We know that no decent woman would be caught dead in your offices. Right on!) Your site has won the coveted Most Bigoted , Misogynist & Racist Website on the Entire Internet Award! What | Read More »
The Federal Courts Strike Out and NBC Strikes Out #EERS
The 5th Circuit laid the smack down on President Obama today. And NBC doctored 911 tapes in the Trayvon Martin shooting. I’ll delve into it all tonight. Listen live right here and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK. Consider this an open thread.
Attention Members of the Gang of 500
I really continue to be stunned by the number of reporters I interact with on a daily basis who really have no idea what conservatives are thinking, reading, etc. I’m always happy to answer those questions. Many of those questions, particularly from print reporters (sorry guys), really seem to start from the premise that conservatives are not thinking about particular topics. Even worse, many reporters | Read More »
Testing the Media’s Testicular Fortitude
According to America’s top Constitutional Law Professor turned President of the United States, the Supreme Court should not overturn “a law that was passed by a strong majority of a democratically elected congress.” What about the people, acting through the democratic process, to amend their own constitution? I ask because in California, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled it unconstitutional for the people | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 3, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing For April 3, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Testing the Media’s Testicular Fortitude 2. President Obama Goes on Record Opposing Marbury v. Madison 3. Trayvon Martin Story Destroys Last of Media’s Credibility