I have spent a lot of time on the front page of RedState covering the horrors committed by ISIS over the past several months, but lest we forget, they are not the only perpetrators of horrendously evil acts. One of the most odious ongoing crimes against humanity is human trafficking, and it could be going on right in our backyards. Show More Summary
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant on Tuesday scheduled a May 12 special election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R), who served Mississippi’s 1st Congressional District from 2011 until his death earlier this month. “Alan Nunnelee served the people of Mississippi with integrity and distinction,” the governor said in […]
New York has suffered through the coldest February in 21 years. Average daily temperature in the city as been 24F – 11 degrees below normal- the coldest since February 1934 Joins metropolitan areas such as Chicago and Pittsburgh which have experienced most frigid period in decades Two more snow storms are expected to sweep the [...]
Republicans in these states realize that if the Supreme Court rules against the Affordable Care Act, their citizens will be in very bad shape, with no subsidies for health care coverage. The justices hear arguments about the matter next week. If the court sides with the plaintiffs, who argue that subsidies are not allowed in [...]
Police in Bremen, Germany have warned of a potential Islamist terrorist attack. The local Islamist center was searched. Bremen police revealed on Saturday evening that “some persons have been detained.” Deutsche Welle reported: Fearing an Islamist attack, police in Germany’s … Continue reading ?
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Less than a week after a Tribune banner headline proclaimed "Salk Vaccine Called Safe, Effective" on April 13, 1955, Robert Ludford was the first of 300 Antioch schoolchildren to be inoculated against polio.
Four years ago, I was surprised by how early in the evening on election night President Barack Obama's former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel won the mayoral race in Chicago, a city whose elections are historically famous for long count...
Who would have thought the reaction from the left to newly-imposed "net neutrality" regulations would provide such entertainment value in the form of amusing inanities? On his radio show Friday, former Crossfire host Bill Press and his guest, Julian Hattem, technology reporter for The Hill, provided a helpful roadmap for liberals', uh, thoughts on the issue.
The front page of Friday’s Washington Post wasn’t at all objective about the FCC’s imposition of a “net neutrality” regime. The headline was “FCC makes Internet history: PROVIDERS DEEMED PUBLIC UTILITIES / New regulations aim to keep...Show More Summary
SARAH HOYT ON LEONARD NIMOY: A Death In The Family.
MICHAEL WALSH: Why Do Democrats Hate Asian-Americans? Because They’re Smart And Successful.
In 1976, the British psychologist Rex Stanton Rogers replied to an angry letter from T. J. Proom, who had withdrawn his four daughters from their public school in the south east of England to protest its allegedly “pornographic” sex education lessons. The editor of a recent collection of essays
Few people can speak to the heart of America like A&E reality star Phil Robertson and he did it again on Friday, after receiving the second-ever Andrew Breitbart Defender of
In a shocking murder that the rest of the world is supposed to believe was a coincidence, Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was killed a day before a significant anti-Putin
Not Scott Walker... but rather, Big Media. Politico (safe Web cache link so the bullies get no traffic): Another major media outlet has apologized after getting a story about Scott Walker wrong. Last week, it was the New York Times; now, it’s The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast has retracted an article […]
This is probably the best thing you will read today. Ana Marie Cox of Wonkette confesses to being a Christian. It is quite a great read. In it she references me and my statement on the President. She writes: I am not sure if there is...Show More Summary
Patrick J. Buchanan: Scores of thousands of troops will be needed to defeat and destroy ISIS in Syria. And eradicating ISIS is but the first of the wars Republicans have in mind.... Listen for long to GOP foreign policy voices, and you...Show More Summary