The Media’s Obsession with Jared Kushner

The main stream media which never misses a moment to bash President Donald Trump has now turned some of their attention to his son-in-law Jared Kushner, the 36 year old husband of Trump’s daughter Ivanka. There appears to be a growing concern that Jared is getting too much power in The White House. While his […]

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The Main Event/Ed Hoffman

Ed Hoffman is host of The Main Event, a conservative talk radio show that tackles national current events and politics with delivery that’s both enlightening and engaging. Ed provides intelligent, entertaining radio that makes the hard news of the week easy to understand. He has interviewed a variety of popular conservative media figures, including Ann […]

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Paul Ryan’s Circus

Oh what a circus! Oh what a show!   On Friday, March 24, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan pulled the Obamacare replacement bill known as the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) from a House vote when it became painfully clear that the bill did not have the Republican support to pass. The situation became even […]

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Disney, Sea World and Universal Employee’s Caught in Sex Stings, Child Porn Arrests. Disney Moves Forward!

“The vision for Walt’s world was clear: Entertain children. Disney characters were about hope, optimism and, above all else, making sure children were able to enjoy their innocence for as long as the outside world would permit. And Disney understood that part of its mission was to provide a buffer for as long as possible.  […]

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GOP Healthcare Showdown

President Donald Trump has issued an ultimatum to congress. He is done negotiating. Pass the American Healthcare Act  or the President will move onto other priorities, Office of Management and Budget director Mick Mulvaney has told reporters. The Thursday March 23 House of Representatives vote was delayed until Friday March 24 when it became increasingly apparent […]

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Trump Vindicated- Surveillance Allegations Proven

On Saturday March 4, President Donald Trump delivered a shocker of a tweet. “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my “wires tapped” in Trump Tower just before the victory. Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” Democrats and Republicans alike tore apart the President’s allegation.Democrats completely lampooned Trump, accusing him of manufacturing a highly serious accusation […]

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Gorsuch Holds Up Under Senate Grilling

During the presidential campaign then candidate Trump repeatedly referenced the monumental significance of the selection of the Supreme Court justice to replace the late Antonin Scalia. After all, it is a life time appointment.  Candidate Trump also repeatedly said that he would appoint justices in the spirit of Justice Scalia. Given this context, it is […]

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Judge Neil Gorsuch Strikes the Right Tone on Day 1 of Hearing

Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch struck the right tone during his first day of confirmation hearings with the Senate Judiciary Committee. The man, who President Donald Trump selected to replace Justice Antonin Scalia who passed away in February 2016, demonstrated the perfect mix of humor, humility and hardiness during his opening statement to the […]

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The Selective Morality of the Transgender Agenda

More and more people think they have the freedom to do or be whatever they want regardless of truth or consequences, but this is simply due to our sin nature. It’s in our DNA. We want to be our own gods – especially gods of our own bodies – and we not only lack moral […]

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The Loony Professor and the Desperation of the State-Controlled Media

“Some people are asking which news sources I trust, and all I can say is that I read/watch/listen very widely, from mainstream, corporate owned sources (The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes) as well as The Atlantic, National Public Radio, and various local and alternative sources with different political perspectives.” –Melissa Zimdars […]

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Donald Trump’s Skinny Budget

Week seven in the Donald Trump presidency has once again been so jam packed with  “news” of both the real and “fake” genres that the media is running in circles to provide coverage of each breaking soundbite. On Tuesday March 14, MSNBC Host Rachel Maddow sent out a tantalizing tweet “We have got Trump Tax […]

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Two Cheers for the Fiscal Changes in the GOP’s Obamacare Repeal-and-Replace Legislation

As I wrote yesterday (and have pontificated about on many occasions), the main problem with America’s healthcare system is that various government interventions (Medicare, Medicaid, Obamacare, tax code’s healthcare exclusion, etc) have created a system where people – for all intents and purposes – buy healthcare with other people’s money. And as Milton Friedman wisely […]

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HAD ENOUGH? Fed Up Being Tyrannized by Politically Correct Ignorance and Stupidity

Doug Adler claims he recently suffered a heart attack — and insists ESPN’s to blame. The former tennis pro-cum-Entertainment Sports Programming Network commentator was calling a match between Venus Williams and Stefanie Voegele during January’s Australian Open when he ventured the following: “[Voegele] misses a first serve and Venus is all over her. You’ll see […]

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White House Questions CBO’s Scoring of Obamacare Replacement

On Monday March 13th, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) announced that the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) will reduce healthcare enrollments by 24 million by 2026 with 14 million coming off of the health insurance rolls by 2018. The CBO Estimate of the AHC  also stated that the AHCA would reduce the federal deficit by $337 billion over the […]

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Radical Take Down of America: Has The Left Won?

The United States of America has been under attack – from within. Two things make this fact even worse: many people are oblivious, and the larger problem is others just don’t seem to care. It is important we understand how we got to this point of corruption and crisis as a nation, determine who is responsible, and decide […]

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Preet Bharara – I did not Resign. I was Fired.

Preet Bharara, the prominent U.S. attorney from the Southern District of New York made headlines on Saturday when he refused to to tender his resignation following the order from Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting the resignations from the 46 remaining U.S. prosecutors from the Obama Administration.  Bharara, a 2009 Barack Obama appointee who built a […]

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The Selective Prosecution of the FBI

“The FBI are, without a doubt, sending the message of selective prosecution.” Let me just preface this article by saying that I am in no way advocating one crime over another, as any attempt to justify any sort of crime is absolutely ridiculous. The history of my ministry is that I condemn crime, and I […]

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In the Wee Small Hours – Obamacare Replacement Passes First Hurdle

In the wee small hours of the morning, the Republicans’ Obamacare replacement bill, the American Healthcare Act (AHCA) achieved its first congressional hurdle, passing the House Ways and Means Committee 23-16. This vote took place at 4:30 am after the committee spent 18 hours deliberating the bill. The lengthy process was largely due to the […]

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Obamacare Gone

On the campaign trail, Donald Trump repeatedly said that if  he was elected president, one of his first orders of business would be to “repeal and replace Obamacare” which he has described as a “disaster” for the American people as evidenced by skyrocketing premiums, unpopular individual and corporate mandates and health insurance companies abandoning the […]

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President Trump Unveils Updated Travel Order

On Monday March 6, President Donald Trump unveiled his updated executive order  limiting entrance of individuals from several predominantly Muslim countries which have evidence of terrorist ties. The new travel order replaces the original  order which was hastily rolled out in late January and then suspended by a Washington State federal judge, whose ruling was […]

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Trump Takes to Twitter to Accuse Obama of Wire Tapping

It all started with a tweet from President Donald Trump on the morning of Saturday March 4. “How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy” Here’s what we know. President Trump has accused his predecessor former President Barack Obama of […]

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s Russian Nightmare

President Donald Trump’s Attorney General  Jeff Sessions has been the subject of controversy since the cabinet nomination of the Alabama Senator and former Alabama attorney general was announced. Sessions was initially under scrutiny because he had been denied a federal judgeship over 3o years ago due to perceptions that the man christened Jefferson Beauregard  Sessions […]

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Red State Talk Radio rated #1 by Top Talk Radio for 2016

Red State Talk Radio Announcement (Philadelphia, PA), March 01, 2017 – Red State Talk Radio (RSTR), “America’s Talk Radio Station” is honored to announce that we have once again been rated the #1 Digital Conservative Talk Radio Station in America by Top Talk Radio for 2016. This marks the 5th consecutive year RSTR has been ranked […]

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“Alexa, Play Red State Talk Radio”! Voice Command On-Demand Radio has arrived!

Red State Talk Radio Announcement (Philadelphia, PA), February 11, 2017 – Red State Talk Radio (RSTR), “the dominant voice in conservative politics” is pleased to announce the easiest way to listen to Red State Talk Radio in your home or car is with Amazon Echo “Alexa” voice command technology. Simply say, “Alexa, Play Red State […]

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House Call- Dr. Ben Carson Confirmed as HUD Secretary

Dr. Ben Carson, a world renowned retired neurosurgeon and a former GOP presidential primary rival of President Trump was confirmed today by the Senate 58-41 as the president’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The votes were cast largely on party lines with Dr. Carson receiving full Republican support and some additional “yes” votes from […]

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Ryan Zinke Confirmed as Interior Secretary 68-31

Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke was confirmed earlier today as President Donald Trump’s Secretary of the Interior. The vote was 68-31 with Zinke receiving the backing of all voting Republicans and seventeen Democrats. Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson of Georgia did not vote. Zinke, a former Navy Seal, is an interesting selection for Interior Secretary. While he is […]

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A President is Born!

I have now heard it said multiple times by various television and online journalists and commentators that last night Donald Trump became the president of the United States while delivering his first address to the two chambers of congress.  February 28, 2017 will go down in history as the day that individuals from both the […]

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President Trump, You May Have Forgotten, But I Have Not

“When the law no longer protects you from the corrupt, but protects the corrupt from you, you know that your nation is doomed.” We have seen that recently the new DNC chair would not rule out Hillary Clinton running for the president’s office in 2020. How could this be? It was promised by the now […]

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Red StateTalk Radio at CPAC 2017

(Photo of Red State Talk Radio show hosts Rick Trader (Conservative Commandos), Leonora Cravotta (The Scott Adams Show) and Pastor Greg Young (The Chosen Generation) ) Red State Talk Radio Announcement (Philadelphia, PA), February 28, 2017 CPAC 2017 (February 22-25) – Red State Talk Radio traveled to the Conservative Political Action Conference last week, marking […]

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Wilbur Ross Confirmed 72-27 as Commerce Secretary

Earlier this evening the Senate voted 72-27 to confirm Wilbur Ross as Commerce Secretary. While the vote for Ross showed strong support, it came nearly three months after President Trump nominated the 79 year old billionaire investor. The Ross nomination was initially met with some scepticism by Senate Democrats. There were concerns about his massive financial […]

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Moonlight Mix Up- Oscars Pull a Steve Harvey with Best Picture

The 89th Academy Awards televised presentation was expected to be controversial. Everyone was wondering if we would have to witness moments such as actress Meryl Streep’s  anti-Trump monologue at January’s Golden Globes Awards. While journalists have tallied at least 15 political moments at the 2017 Oscars, most of them were not particularly memorable. By contrast […]

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TPAC-President Trump Returns to CPAC

In 2016, then presidential candidate Donald Trump elected to skip the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) when his campaign team learned that some Republicans attending the largest annual gathering of conservatives were actively protesting his candidacy. What a difference a year makes! On Friday February 24, Mr. Trump returned to CPAC as President Trump. His […]

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Mika Brzezinski- It is the Media’s Job to Control What People Think

According to MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski, it is the media’s job to “control exactly what people think”. The co-host of Morning Joe made this shocking statement Wednesday February 22 in an exchange with the show’s host Joe Scarborough about President Donald Trump. In response to Scarborough commenting that as president Trump is “doing exactly what he said […]

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Who is Craig Deare?

Who is Craig Deare? People who don’t follow politics are probably googling these words.  Deare was a senior adviser with the  National Security Council’s Western Hemisphere division who according to sources including Politico, CNN and others, just became famous because President Donald Trump reportedly fired him for speaking against the Trump Administration’s  Latin American policies […]

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Go Into Mexico Illegally: You are Arrested, Deported or Jailed

How is it that Americans have tolerated a people that cry “Death to America” without, and “Let them in” by traitors within? (Corrupt politicians and “useful idiots known as news anchors, Hollywood degenerates, etc.”) We see and hear much about what the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals unlawfully ruled upon concerning the President’s lawful ban […]

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Senate Confirms Scott Pruitt to Lead EPA

The Senate voted today 52-46 to confirm Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator. The vote was largely on party lines with Republican Susan Collins of Maine voting “no” and two Democrats from coal producing states Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota voting “yes”. Pruitt, has […]

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Trump Names Former Assistant Attorney General R. Alexander Acosta Labor Secretary

President Donald Trump named R. Alexander Acosta as Labor Secretary earlier today,  following yesterday’s announcement that his original nominee CKE Restaurant CEO Andrew Puzder had withdrawn himself from consideration in the wake of an assortment of scandals. Acosta, 51, who  is currently Dean of Florida International University College of Law and chairman of U.S. Century […]

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Who Will Trump Pick for Labor Secretary?

Andrew Puzder, the CEO of CKE Restaurants, withdrew his nomination for Labor Secretary in the wake of bipartisan opposition to his candidacy. Democrats opposed Trump’s selection of Puzder to lead the Labor Department for a variety of reasons including his opposition to minimum wage, allegations of sexual harassment within the food chains and also what […]

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Trump’s National Security Adviser General Mike Flynn Resigns

We now have the first casualty of the Trump Administration. Trump’s National Security Adviser General Mike Flynn resigned. His resignation came after the revelation that the general had misled Vice President Mike Pence about his communications with Sergey Kislyak, Russia’s ambassador to the United States. Apparently, General Flynn had told the administration that he did […]

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Senate Confirms Steve Mnuchin for Treasury Secretary & David Shulkin for VA Secretary

On Monday February 13,  the senate confirmed former Goldman Sachs executive Steve Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary. The 53-47 vote was largely on party lines. Mnuchin, a billionaire came under criticism from democrats for his purchase  of the failing California bank IndyMac from the FDIC in 2008. Mnuchin, who changed the name of the bank to […]

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Nightside World News Weekly

Nightside World News Weekly is hosted by JJ McCartney, host of the JJ McCartney show and a panel of conservatives who discuss the news of the day. JJ McCartney has been hosting radio shows since he was 15 years old. The JJ McCartney Show airs Monday-Friday on Red State Talk Radio from 12-3 pm EST. […]

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Remembering Justice Antonin Scalia

It is hard to believe that a whole year has passed since the unexpected death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia which happened on February 13, 2016. In this time, much has changed in our country. We have elected a new President Donald J. Trump, who campaigned on the promise that he would appoint supreme […]

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Pushback

Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. James 1:2  We hear quite a bit in the news about pushback, especially among political discussions. Elected officials on one side want one thing, and the others want something […]

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SNL Stoops to New Low with “Fatal Attraction” Skit

Saturday Night Live (SNL) just stooped to a new low with a February 11th  sketch depicting President Donald Trump’s senior adviser Kellyanne Conway as the Alex Forrest character from the film  “Fatal Attraction” with her stalking CNN’s Jake Tapper in much the same way that Glenn Close stalked Dan, the Michael Douglas character in the […]

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FOR THE HISTORY BOOKS: Barack Obama’s Cartoonish Presidency

Well, less than three weeks out and Barack Obama had already chucked the George-W-Bush approach to ex-presidenting (i.e., remain silent and invisible). January 3O he released through his spokesman an opinion on newly elected Donald Trump’s temporary immigration restrictions: “[T]he President fundamentally disagrees with the notion of discriminating against individuals because of their faith or […]

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Governments are admitting to it, After the Damage is done!

“You had to attack civilians, people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game. The reason was quite simple. They were supposed to force these people, the Italian public, to turn to the state to ask for greater security.” – Vincenzo Vinciguerra Throughout the duration of Barack Obama’s criminal administration (Bushes and […]

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While You Were Sleeping- Tom Price Confirmed as HHS Secretary

While you were sleeping the Senate confirmed Dr. Tom Price as the 23rd Secretary of Health and Human Services.  The vote was 52-47 based on party lines without a single Democrat casting a vote for Price,  an orthopedic surgeon who has served in the House of Representatives in Georgia’s Sixth District since 2005.  Price is […]

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Appeals Court Refuses to Reinstate Trump’s Travel Order

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled 3-0 not to reinstate President Donald Trump’s executive order which bars entrance of individuals from seven predominantly Muslim countries for 90 days. The order also included a 120 day ban on the entrance of refugees.  The ruling of the San Francisco based appeals court effectively upholds the […]

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Now in Session – Jeff Sessions Confirmed as Attorney General

Senator Jeff Sessions,70 years old and  a 20 year veteran of the Senate,  was confirmed as the 84th Attorney General of the United States 52-47 on February 8. The vote was on party lines with only one Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia casting a vote for the Republican from Alabama. Sessions’s confirmation follows weeks […]

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Senator Elizabeth Warren Is Sent Back to Her Seat

In his classic 1934 novel “Tender Is the Night”, a tale of ex-patriots living abroad, F.S. Scott Fitzgerald included a secondary character, Elizabeth “Baby” Warren, the sister-in law of the novel’s  protagonist. Baby Warren was depicted as someone who believed that her wealth and place in society exempted her from following the rules to which […]

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