RedState’s WaterCooler! Tuesday, 6/27/2017 – Open Thread – Sean Hannity?, Probable Cause

And the winner is… Sean Hannity? Media Research Center, the Right-wing’s Left-wing media busters, unearthed a foul smell and concluded it should get a prize. Evidently, MRC has ditched the prerequisite “excellence” by rewarding a purveyor of Fake News and conspiracy with an honor previously held by Andrew Breitbart.  The William F. Buckley Jr. Award for Media Excellence will be presented to Sean Hannity in September. Favorite | Read More »
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What does the Supreme Court have in common with a broken clock?

Yesterday was a good news/bad news kind of day after decisions by the Supreme Court dealing with the First and Second Amendments of the Constitution. The good news comes to us in a surprising 7-2 ruling in favor of religious freedom in the case of Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer. In that case, the state of Missouri had excluded Trinity Lutheran from | Read More »
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Globalism Fail: Not All Governments Are As Nice As Ours

The United States has spent the last four decades – “free trading” away millions of domestic jobs to everywhere else on the planet. Whether accidental or intentional on our part – the gigs left. It was intentional on the part of all the world’s other governments. They aren’t nearly as free trade-y as we are – they rigged their laws to favor companies that came | Read More »
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After 18 Months Of Waiting, a Veteran Got Good News From the VA

EXCLUSIVE new RedState series follows a veteran’s battle with the VA to receive life-saving treatment.
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Watercooler 6/26/2017 Open Thread: Alaska National Guard, Event Planning for Sissies, Digital Dining

The Alaska National Guard The Alaska National Guard began before statehood with the Alaska Territorial Guard (ATG). The ATG was formed in 1942 in direct response to the invasion of several Aleutian Islands by Japan. The ATG was made up of diverse indigenous peoples and the immigrant population of the territory of Alaska. Their mission was to protect the coast line of Alaska and the | Read More »
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Fake News vs Real Collusion: Wash Post Concocts the Former, Protects the Latter

The Washington Post is a legacy, old school fake news outlet. Aside from the New York Times, no newspaper carries more national clout. Largely because of how much they forty-plus years ago made of a third-rate burglary by a Republican presidential campaign on its way to winning forty-nine states. (Had Republicans not broken into the Democrats’ Watergate headquarters, they’d have won, what…forty-three states?) There were | Read More »
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Election 2016 Update: Kasich Fights On, Makes Play for Moderate Voters

Today on Meet The Press, Ohio Governor and 2016 Republican contender John Kasich took Republicans and Democrats to task for “not caring about the poor.” His strategy seems to be running a near-independent platform in which he attacks both parties, thinking he’ll attract middle of the road moderates. Ohio Gov. John Kasich: Neither party "cares about helping poor people" https://t.co/ZO53h33s4T pic.twitter.com/lZspEGUZDP — CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) | Read More »
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RedState’s Water Cooler – 6/25/17 – Open Thread – The “Police Action”

Today, the RedState Department of History observes the 67th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. On June 25, 1950, North Korean troops poured over the border into South Korea, starting a three-year conflict which would eventually cost over 35,000 American lives. The roots of the conflict trace back to the end of World War II, in which American forces took the surrender of | Read More »
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After Ruling Against Travel Bans California Announces…Travel Bans

  President Trump has been meeting opposition consistently with his Executive Order regarding the issuance of visas for individuals from selected nations. This has been rebranded as a “travel ban”, and a number of courts have blocked its enforcement.   One of the recent decisions came from the 9th Circuit this month putting a freeze on the EO. The irony of this is as the hysterical | Read More »
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