Neutering Men Is A Poor Evolutionary Strategy

Neutering Men Is A Poor Evolutionary Strategy

Watch the latest video at It was 1968 and Dr. Paul R. Ehrlich was very worried. He thought that the world would die from human overpopulation. Thus, as he ...

Let Them All Debate

Jim Gilmore has not registered a blip on the screen. He polls at 0%. Scott Walker has exited the stage. Rick Perry has exited the stage. In the Real Clear Politics average, there are now 14 candidates who register in the polls in terms of the Republican nomination. It is time to put them all on stage. Unfortunately, the CNBC-GOP debate has further shrunk the | Read More »

The Latest Complaint About Voter ID Laws

It’s another election cycle, and, as sure as you know you’ll see saccharine campaign ads, you can always count on another thing: cries from the Left regarding voter identification. The 2016 campaign season is no different, not that you’d expect it. It’s difficult to remember any recent election that didn’t have underlying drama from a never-ending discussion about just what is and isn’t fair for | Read More »

New Hampshire Governor Maggie “I took illegal PAC contributions!” Hassan (D) to run for Senate.

Maggie Hassan is running from some dubious campaign finance decisions, and for Senate.

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I Have Big Shoes to Fill

Sir Isaac Newton once quipped, “If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants who came before me.” I am (obviously) no Sir Isaac Newton, but as I prepare to take over the reigns of RedState, I have to acknowledge that this website wouldn’t exist as anything resembling the entity it currently is without the gigantic | Read More »

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 is the dominant power and America is on the decline. This strategy is working because Obama apparently lives in a universe where everyone is working together to achieve what is good rather than the universe | Read More »

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 »








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