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The Water Cooler: April 27, 2018 – Open Thread – Another Edition of The Culture Wars

Welcome to Redstate’s Water Cooler- an open thread- where Tuesday is dedicated to the happenings in the culture wars where your’s truly brings you the best and brightest it has to offer. Silly Celebrity of the Week Amnesty International gave out their annual Ambassador of …

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New York Times Labels Real News About Palestinians as “Fake”

The New York Times has an article by Nellie Bowles about Facebook’s Campbell Brown — who is, according to Bowles, seen by some as an “insidious figure — a telegenic personality with close ties to conservative figures who can offer Facebook’s outreach the veneer of …

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Oops! Top Immigration Restrictionist Group Thinks Terry McAuliffe Is Still Virginia’s Governor

The following article is special to RedState from one of our Beltway Insiders. A top immigration restrictionist group believes Terry McAuliffe is still the governor of Virginia, according to a widely-dispersed direct mail piece apparently targeting low-information Virginia Republicans. The Federation for American Immigration Reform …

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BREAKING: Name Released of Driver Who Killed 10 In Toronto

Photo from LinkedIn The suspect in the deadly attack in Toronto that killed 10 people and injured 15 has been identified. CBS has the details: CBS News sources identified the suspect as Alek Minassian, 25, and obtained a photo of him from social media Monday. …

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Breaking: Pres. George H.W. Bush Hospitalized

Just days after his wife of 73 years passed away, Bush 41 was hospitalized on Sunday morning. Bush attended Barbara’s funeral on Saturday and spent time shaking hands next to her casket on Friday. The elder Bush has been in and out of the hospital several …

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Republican Congresswoman Shares Her Own #MeToo Story From When She Was 17 Years Old

In the Wall Street Journal today, Representative Martha McSally (R-AZ) spoke publicly for the first time about being sexually abused by her high school track coach when she was 17 years old. After her father died when she was in middle school, McSally focused on sports, running …

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Hannity Defends Real Estate Deals Against Absurd Media Attack (And He’s Right)

The recent revelations that Hannity’s business dealings with Michael Cohen involved real estate ventures in low-income areas is a classic example of outrage being stirred up over nothing, and the media behind the attacks, once again, should take a good look in the mirror before …

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BREAKING: Rand Paul Flips, Will Vote to Confirm Pompeo

RedState has been covering the controversy around the confirmation process of CIA Director Mike Pompeo as Secretary of State. The only Republican who did not vote to confirm Pompeo last year for CIA director was Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky. As of this morning, he …

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Insane Fresno State Professor that Celebrated Barbara Bush’s Death Also Once Called for Terrorist Acts

We’ve already established that there is something seriously wrong with the Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar that celebrated the death of former first lady Barbara Bush, but apparently the crazy goes above and beyond nasty words. According to the Fresno Bee, Jarrar is also on …

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What Trump Said About His 2013 Moscow Trip and What Actually Happened May Not Be the Same

Tell the truth, and you don’t need a good memory. Someone should put that on a needlepoint throw pillow for Donald Trump, given that he and truth seem to be operating in different social circles. According to Bloomberg, some inconsistencies have been found between what …

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