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Seth MacFarlane, In His Wisdom, Wants To Resurrect The Fairness Doctrine

On his radio show yesterday, Rush Limbaugh made a really interesting point. He said that Democrats in California were in open defiance of the federal government with their push back against the Trump administration’s hard line stance on immigration and move to make California a …

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Why Did Debbie Wasserman Schultz Call the House Administrative Officer A “F***ing Islamophobe” After He Banned the Awans From House Computers?

Sometimes things happen that just let the imagination run wild. If you recall. Back in June of 2016, the Inspector General of the House of Representatives reported to the Committee on House Administration that his investigators had detected major cybersecurity violations by the Awan family. …

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Swatting Should be Viewed as Attempted Murder, No Matter the Intention

I realize Parkland shooting survivor turned gun control activist David Hogg isn’t the most popular person in America, but any sane person would never wish him any harm. However, someone did attempt to do him harm earlier Tuesday after attempting to SWAT him. Hoax SWAT …

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The Water Cooler, June 5, 2018: – Open Thread – More Absurdity From the Culture Wars

  Welcome to Tuesday’s edition of Redstate’s Water Cooler, the sites only open thread where Tuesday is dedicated to the ongoing culture wars and this writer gives you the jackass Lefty of the week and six stories- in no particular order- of the insanity of …

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Democrisy: The hypocrisy of Kamala Harris

Thanks to William Teach of The Pirate’s Cove, I found this gem from Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA): No business should be allowed to discriminate against any American based on who they are or who they love. Our constitution requires equal protection under the law. Full …

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A Quick Thought About the Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop Decision

Figurines are depicted in an embrace as part of the wedding cake display at Masterpiece Cakeshop, in Denver, Thursday, June 6, 2013. A gay couple is pursuing a discrimination complaint against the Colorado bakery, saying the business refused them a wedding cake for a family …

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Four Reasons Donald Trump Should Not Have Disinvited The Philadelphia Eagles

On Monday evening, Donald Trump decided to cancel a White House celebration of the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl win, citing the national anthem as the sticking point. The move drew fierce criticism from the usual suspects and, of course, the City of Philadelphia. It was, …

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The #MeToo Movement Should Not Accept Bill Clinton’s Tone-Deaf Responses

This morning, Bill Clinton had an interview with Craig Melvin on NBC News’ Today, which you can watch here, in which he was asked about the #MeToo movement and his affair with Monica Lewinsky. At USA TODAY, I had the opportunity to share my opinion on …

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Can Donald Trump Pardon Himself? Ted Cruz Explains The Issue

There have been several media hits on Ted Cruz lately over an apparent reluctance to comment on whether or not President Donald Trump can pardon himself, as he has claimed he could do. Cruz was swarmed by reporters Monday morning on his way to the …

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ABC Open to ‘Roseanne’ Spinoff but Strikes Further with Giant Caveat; Meanwhile, Samantha Bee…

  On May 28th, Roseanne Barr stepped in it something fierce. Disney/ABC responded immediately by firing her and distancing itself. The Mouse’s Bob Iger didn’t beat around the bush: From Channing Dungey, President of ABC Entertainment: “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with …

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