Credit: Gage Skidmore via Wikimedia Commons By J.D. ECARMA and MATT SHAPIRO Back in what seems like a much more innocent time (2004), National Review published a tongue-in-cheek cover story on Howard Dean asking...
I’m willing to buy this, but only if he curses out Hillary for being such a terrible person By MATT SHAPIRO I’ve always been a bit of a contrarian so I’m pretty used to...
I honestly don’t want to get into the details about Hillary Clinton’s health because it is none of my business. And it’s none of your business.
The 2016 RedState Gathering was a time for conservatives to come together and remember what unites them in such a divisive year. We took the opportunity to ask some conservative friends to forget about politics for a minute to answer two very important questions: What are you drinking and what are you reading?
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Hillary Clinton likes money.
I think we’re all hitting this point. We’re all looking at the failures, the pain, the injustice around us and we are all asking “what is government good for”?
This is not the election for youthful idealism, in which we get to choose from the forces of light against the forces of darkness. This is an election for cynical, hardened adults.
I think there is one thing to celebrate in 2016: For the first time, little girls can know that when they grow up, they can run for president, too.
Trump is an empty suit. Voting for this man is either a move of total desperation or complete denial.
Fishing, Lawn-Mowing, Watching Dumpster Fires: What’s Your Reason for Not Being at Trump’s Convention?
Yes, the GOP is nominating Donald J. Trump for president, and yes, this is real life.