This Super Bowl Commercial is Making the Abortion Industry Lose Its Mind
Last night’s Doritos Super Bowl commercial has the abortion industry absolutely losing its mind.
The commercial shows a baby in an ultrasound.
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BREAKING. Rand Paul’s New Hampshire Campaign Chair Endorses Ted Cruz
Rand Paul’s New Hampshire campaign chairman, state senator Kevin Avard, has endorsed Ted Cruz for president.
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Bill Clinton Unloads On Bernie Sanders And His Supporters
Bill Clinton has surfaced in a big way in New Hampshire and is directly attacking Sanders and his supporters.
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The UMass tracking poll of New Hampshire is bad news for Donald Trump
So we now have two tracking polls in New Hampshire. ARG is also running a tracker (one that adores John Kasich, for some reason), but today I’m going to draw our attention back to the UMass tracker. It’s showing movement for the second tier of candidates that’s different from before. Different in a way that’s bad news for Donald Trump.
Scrubbed, Whitewashed & Censored: The DHS’s Dangerous History of Enabling Islamic Terror
According to Philip Haney, former employee and whistleblower of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), while employed at the DHS, he was ordered to scrub the records of Muslims with ties to terror. Haney wrote, in an article at The Hill, that following the 2009 underwear bomber plot, “President Obama threw the intelligence community under the bus for its failure to “connect the dots. This | Read More »
Hillary Clinton: Benghazi Questions Dishonor Those Who Died There
After lying to the American people and the families of those slain in Benghazi about the cause of the attack, Hillary Clinton wants to put questions about Benghazi out of bounds.
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Trump’s New Strategy for the GOP Nomination
After the initial meltdown over losing Iowa, Donald Trump has been positively docile, by his standards. He’s skipped events in New Hampshire, toned down his twitter rants, and other than a losing exchange with Jeb Bush, pretty much stayed out of the fray on Saturday night. For the first time in this campaign, Trump has not been the lead item in the news, and that’s | Read More »
Chris Christie’s Last Gasp
Chris Christie thinks that he changed the state of the race on Saturday. Maybe he did, maybe he did not; time will yet tell. If in person events are any indicator, Rubio’s rise hasn’t been slowed as much as Christie would like to believe, as he still drew larger than expected crowds yesterday, including one that overflowed the larger venue the campaign had moved to | Read More »
When Government Makes Your Choices for You – You End Up with No Choices
The old politician saw is: “The most dangerous place for you in Washington – is between (fill in name of pol) and a camera.” We’ll coin a government saw: “The most dangerous place for you anywhere on the planet – is government between you and the free market.” Any and every tax, law and regulation – is government placing itself between you and the free | Read More »
Feminists vs. The Super Bowl Commercials
Generally we don’t have a lot to say here about the Super Bowl itself, and today won’t be any different. If you want a great wrap up of the game itself, you’ll sadly have to go somewhere else. I didn’t have a rooting interest at all in this Super Bowl, so I was mainly watching for the spectacle. However, many people watched for a completely | Read More »
Eating Our Own
Watching the New Hampshire debate on ABC Saturday night and monitoring the online chatter, afterwards, has brought me to several conclusions. For starters, Martha Raddatz has as much business moderating a GOP debate as a hungry crocodile has guarding a yard full of piglets. The comparison is accurate, in that we can count on both Raddatz and the crocodile to do what is in their | Read More »
Terrible Tweets: The Post Super Bowl Lamentations #SB50
Congratulations, I suppose, are in order. Congratulations to the Broncos. There, I choked it out. Today’s Super Bowl was not just a worldwide sensation on television and radio but also a veritable bonanza of awful on Twitter. But for all the funny, lame, smart, stupid, awesome or terrible Tweets, nothing beat the gnashing of teeth we are about to go over. Let’s start with this | Read More »
Venerable feminist icons want to guilt women into voting for Hillary Clinton.
I’m aware that what I’m about to say will come across as trite to the cynical, but it is truly not: Have you no sense of *decency*, Ms. Albright, Ms. Steinem? At long last, have you left no sense of decency?
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Super Bowl 50 Open Thread
Alright, well, this is the part of the day where we acknowledge the fact that the whole world is going to be taking a break from politics (and everything else) to watch the Super Bowl. If you’re tuning in to RedState, feel free to chime in to the comments! Open thread!