Obama cries ‘no más’ in Syria

Over the week end I posted on what I see to be the real Russian strategy in Syria: use highly provocative actions and statements to create a narrative that Russia ...

English, French deal with organized attempt to storm the Chunnel.

They’re storming the Chunnel again.

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All Good Things . . .

The cat is now completely out of the bag, so I might as well fess up. I am leaving at the end of this year. June 3rd was my 40th birthday and also my 10th year on the payroll as Editor-in-Chief of RedState. I emailed the corporate overlords that day and told them it was time to start planning a transition. Frankly, I wanted to | Read More »

NY Times On How Mass Shooters Got Firearms Exposes Gun Grabber Reform Myths

The NY Times over the weekend, ran this ominous article, detailing how fourteen mass shooters were able to get the weapons they used to commit their crimes. The piece shows photos of the weapons used, a brief description of what happened and a timeline of events. The lead paragraph is somewhat misleading: Criminal histories and documented mental health problems did not prevent at least eight | Read More »

I Have a Concern About Jason Chaffetz

I have a legitimate concern about Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) 81% running for Speaker of the House. Chaffetz was the Boehner lapdog who fired Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC) 84% for daring to stand up to Speaker Boehner. That act, of course, started Meadows down the path that has led to the resignation of [mc_name name=’Rep. John Boehner (R-OH)’ chamber=’house’ | Read More »

New poll: Carson leads Trump. Bush behind “undecided”

A new poll from IBD/TIPP is the first to show Donald Trump slipping from first place. The nationwide survey found that 24% of Republicans back Carson, compared with 17% who say they support Trump. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 92% came in third with 11% and Carly Fiorina fourth at 9%. Jeb Bush, once considered a prohibitive favorite, ranked fifth with just 8% | Read More »

Hillary Will Grab your Guns, With or Without Congress’ Help

Hillary Clinton is terrible at being a politician. Back in 2008, Barack Obama realized that he needed to avoid alienating blue collar rust belt workers in order to win the general election, and he knew that many of them were concerned about his well earned reputation as a gun grabber. Rather than risk alienating his voting base by trying to sound like he wasn’t opposed | Read More »

The Rentboy arrests and the right to be special

On August 21, law enforcement raided the headquarters of an online site called Federal agents raided the Manhattan headquarters of as part of a state prostitution investigation Tuesday, authorities said. Seven people, including CEO Jeffrey Hurant, were arrested as part of the raid at the offices on 14th Street and Fifth Avenue. Department of Homeland Security agents and members of the NYPD, | Read More »

Congressional Reform Goes Beyond Electing the Right Speaker

Momentarily, let’s talk principles instead of specific people. Throughout Congressional history, there appear to be ongoing periods of greater and greater centralization of power in the Speaker of the House. Eventually, it becomes too destructive and someone or some people step up to decentralize the power.   There is an absolutely amazing array of talent and intelligence in Congress, but somehow, far too many on | Read More »

Empress Hillary Would Close Down Congress (VIDEO)

Hillary Clinton gave an interview to the Today Show today during a town hall in New Hampshire in which she touched on, among other things, the email controversy. Clearly, Hillary believes that McCarthy’s offhand comment has given her free reign to go on the offensive about the email controversy, because she unleashed what can only be fairly described as an unhinged rant about the entire | Read More »








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