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RedState senior contributors, Kimberly Ross and Andrea Ruth, bring to you a summary of news from the week and how RedState covered each issue. Look for our weekly episodes every Saturday morning. You should also definitely subscribe on iTunes and leave a review (5 is our favorite number). Story links below: Trump Supporters?

Trump Admin Appeals Hawaii Judge’s Flip Flop Travel Ban Ruling to SCOTUS

View Post   Late Friday night, the Trump administration kept its word and appealed the flip flop ruling of U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson in Hawaii, which again disrupts President Trump’s so-called travel ban directly to the Supreme Court. As we reported previously, Judge Watson flipped flopped on this issue in the

Elizabeth Warren reminds downtrodden on Martha’s Vineyard she’s fighting for them (open thread)

**Written by Doug Powers Another fine summer Sunday is upon us, and with it the accompanying global warming has swept in another open thread with some odds and ends that slipped through the cracks during the week. Off we go… Nobody can visit Martha’s Vineyard without coming away with the impression that

What Does it Mean to Be a Republican?

Recently MSNBC host and former US Congressman from Florida Joe Scarborough said on a late night talk show that he was no longer a Republican. Scarborough admitted that he would be registering as an Independent. This is the same Joe Scarborough who came of age in the constitutional conservative ideological

Europe Has Problems, But At Least There They Don’t Incessantly Babble About Trump

So I spent the last two weeks in Europe, and I'm pretty sure it's doomed. On the upside, no one was talking about Trump. Literally no one. It was a nice two-week break from enduring the collusion-addled yammerings of America’s neo-Menschian loonies.I lived there twice, both times devoted to cleaning

‘I need to work’: Texas veteran says he was fired from Home Depot after confronting shoplifters

A 70-year-old veteran says he’s out of a job after he tried to stop some thieves from leaving the Home Depot store where he worked. It appears what he saw as doing the right thing was against company policy. Jim Tinney says trying to do the right thing has guided

Woman who called 911 to report disturbance shot dead by cops

An Australian woman who was living in Minnesota and engaged to be married next month was shot dead by police — after she called 911 to report a disturbance behind her house. [cut] Three sources with knowledge of the incident said that when they arrived, the officers pulled around back


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‘Passed gas’ forces passengers from plane at RDU, spokesperson says

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A person who “passed gas” on an American Airlines plane on Sunday afternoon forced all passengers off the jet, officials said. The incident happened when passengers on the flight became ill with nausea and headaches, according to a spokesperson with Raleigh-Durham International Airport. The flight, which

“Mexico Oil Privatization Pays Off With Billion-Barrel Find”

Block among first awarded for private exploration in Mexico Premier Oil shares jump as much as 38% on Zama-1 well success Mexico’s decision to allow private companies to explore for oil and gas started to pay off after the discovery of at least a billion barrels in a new offshore

Feminist scientists say citing research by straight, white men promotes ‘a system of oppression’

Academics and scholars must be mindful about using research done by only straight, white men, according to two scientists who argued that it oppresses diverse voices and bolsters the status of already privileged and established white male scholars.