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Disney vs Big Government: Sanders Takes a Swing At Mickey

Disney is efficient. Sanders is a liar. The post Disney vs Big Government: Sanders Takes a Swing At Mickey appeared first on RedState.

Sorry Religious Schools, Your Bathrooms Are Now A ‘Target’ Too

They have a goal in mind. They're taking it one step at a time. The post Sorry Religious Schools, Your Bathrooms Are Now A ‘Target’ Too appeared first on RedState.

On Blackmail, Abortion,and Mercy: A Michigan Tale

Lee Chatfield is a Freshman Republican representing a district in Michigan that includes my low income county, Chippewa, along with some of the richest counties in the state. His heart, he says, is with God, so naturally he ran as a Tea Party candidate. Show More Summary

SCOTUS Crushes Virginia Republicans' Gerrymandering Scheme

There may not be a more repugnant misanthrope in Congress than Virginia Rep. Dave Brat, which makes a recent Supreme Court decision especially sweet. Brat is one of a handful of conservatives whose re-election may be at risk, because...Show More Summary

Today in Bernie Bullshit

Ole Bernie has decided to force Kentucky to recanvas the entire fucking state, when at most he will gain one delegate, but probably none at all: According to the Associated Press article, there is only one delegate remaining to be assigned in Kentucky. That’s in the sixth congressional district, where Clinton currently holds a slim […]

Ken Starr Out at Baylor for Inaction After Athlete Rapes

Baylor University president Ken Starr will soon be fired for not investigating sexual assault allegations against the school's football players -- two who were eventually convicted -- according to Amid media reportsShow More Summary

A Stronger, Sustainable National Infrastructure

For centuries, humankind has relied on concrete to safeguard our families and ensure the security of our communities. We continue to use concrete because it is strong, and durable, and more able to withstand Mother Nature's temperament. Show More Summary

I Am Not a Paid Hillary Troll

The internet is a bizarre, highly-curated universe. Deception abounds -- from false OKCupid profiles, to the Instagram accounts of fake-buttocked, dead-eyed "models" who desperately shill detox teas. Trolling is a sport. Misinformation and lies are a universal truth. Show More Summary

The Great Middle Class Awakening and Its Torchbearer

The middle class has been taking a shellacking for years. It began in the 1970s, when the business and political elites separated from the people and it has been accelerating ever since, according to Hedrick Smith, a former PulitzerShow More Summary

FUBAR: The Shame of Our V.A.

While the national media today devotes its pages and airtime to Donald Trump's twitter feeds, and our President is taking center stage issuing bathroom decrees, a huge scandal, the shame of our Democracy, is all but ignored. An NPR program...Show More Summary

Trump Wins If He's Allowed to Speak Without Accountability

There's an old adage attributed to many pundits that aptly applies to Donald Trump's campaign to become our next president: "I don't care what you say about me, as long as you say something about me, and as long as you spell my name right." To Trump, any publicity is good publicity. Show More Summary

Inconvenient Truths About the Government's Experiment on Cancer Care

There is a raging debate going on in Washington about how the government pays for drugs used to treat cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, immunodeficiency diseases, and other serious medical conditions. Unfortunately, for patients, the debate has become political. Show More Summary

New York State Legislature Gives Mute Swans Another Reprieve

Photo: Friends of Animals The third time around may be the charm for New York State's embattled mute swan population. For the third year in a row, the state assembly and senate have each reintroduced a bill that calls for a two-yearShow More Summary

Annual Dinner, New Web Site

(John Hinderaker) The think tank that I run, Center of the American Experiment, has an annual dinner with a distinguished history. We have hosted speakers like Margaret Thatcher, Mikhail Gorbachev, George H. W. Bush, George Will, Robert Bork, and many more. Show More Summary

The Overlooked Evidence on Women's Leadership

CO-AUTHORED BY Einstein supposedly said that doing the same thing over and over while expecting a different result is the definition of lunacy.  Yet over and over we've behaved as if men deserve a monopoly on authority and decision-making. Show More Summary

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