The special election in Alabama to fill the vacant Senate seat left by Attorney General Jeff Sessions has been an amazing top off to an amazing year in politics. The online and in-print takes have been hot, with the left tying the election to the #MeToo movement, and the right making the case that the only moral vote was for the immoral guy on “my” | Read More »
While the political press was fixated on the smoldering aftermath of Mitch McConnell’s chicanery in Alabama and the smoking ruin of Roy Moore’s political career, other fun stuff was going on. In particular, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was on Capitol Hill testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on Robert Mueller’s investigation. Gowdy opens this way: There are a lot of issues I’d like to | Read More »
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Realizing you have a problem is the first step
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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this past week in a case that may well decide the fate of the First Amendment in America. A case that began in 2012 has finally snaked its way to the Supreme Court, and the stakes could not be higher. Colorado Baker Jack Phillips was sued and harassed by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission after he refused to bake | Read More »
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President Trump moves to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, potentially throwing the region into further turmoil.
When a jury found Jose Ines Garcia Zarate not guilty for murdering Kate Steinle, many were outraged. Emotions ran high. As I wrote here at RedState the evening of the verdict, much of that outrage could be traced to misinformation that had been shared about the case, and the not guilty verdict was due to the actual facts of the shooting and the prosecution’s strategy, not | Read More »
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For nearly a year now I’ve been part of a tiny minority on RedState that believes the Russia probe is little more than lawfare waged by the Democrats and their allies to render illegitimate the administration of the guy who beat Hillary Clinton in 2016. The more I observe, the more I am convinced that to be the case. We’ve seen an investigation that was | Read More »
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In an ongoing federal trial in New York, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is accused of personally approving a scheme to evade U.S. sanctions against Iran. Iranian Turkish businessman Reza Zarrab, a key prosecution witness, told the jury Thursday that Erdogan had personally given an order to execute the trade. Coupled with corruption allegations against […]