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One conservative columnist says "police brutality toward African-Americans is a pervasive problem that has been going on for generations."
Politics aside, it's nice when others are being singled out by the phone companies...who are trying to hide the skeletons
The influential conservative writer will focus more on his radio career.
Talk about a circular right-wing firing squad: Donald Trump; the marginalia at Breitbart Snooze; RedState's Erick Erikson & Co.; Sarah Palin; and her eldest daughter (aka Palin-Lite), are all going after each other in the ultra-rightwing blogosphere, and it's tempting to just sit back and watch the fur fly.
The conservative figure reads hate mail from the reality TV star's supporters.
"All the substantive arguments are being muted by his persona."
The RedState editor-in-chief is fond of telling women to get in the kitchen and cook for him.
RedState, and Moe Lane, would do well to stop using a childish "mock & block" policy to censor debate on their site. Come join the adult conversation, fellas. You can do it.
Let's face it -- establishment Republicans' influence is waning. The grassroots come out for individuals whose values they share. It's difficult to inspire confidence when your nominee continues to skip candidate forums across the entire state of North Carolina.
In 2010, Erickson championed Colorado Republican U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner as a hero of the Tea Party movement, helping him
In 2010, Latinos made up 20 percent of Colorado residents and 13 percent of all eligible voters in the state. Those percentages
The Dallas Morning News reported Saturday that Perry appeared at a RedState conference in New Orleans, discussing visions
Open Debates will be a game changer in our political process -- ensuring that questions get asked that the public actually cares about. What starts in Massachusetts will hopefully become the norm for local, state, congressional, and even presidential debates in the future.
WASHINGTON — Several conservative bloggers repeated talking points given to them by a proxy group for the Ukrainian government
"They want to be Rush Limbaugh. They want to be Bill Kristol. They want to be Charles Krauthammer," said the Washington Free