Colossians 3:23. Breeanne has been proudly writing at RedState since 2007. She currently works as a Director of Social Media and is mother to four beautiful children. Email: [email protected]


    Sex Selection Abortion in America

    From the diaries. In the wake of Chen Guangcheng arriving safely in the United States, after years of persecution in China for his anti-abortion activism, The House of Representatives will vote tomorrow on H.R. 3541 (also known as the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act – PRENDA), a bill to ban sex-selection abortions in the United States.  Although the US has strongly condemned China for their sex-selection abortion practices, only | Read More »

    Review: Cherry Tree Blooms Again

    Every evening I settle down with my children and they beg for a new story on my iPad.  While less expensive than buying new books continuously, buying stories on the iPad does run the risk that you may not really care for the content you end up with. There are a dizzying amount of children’s stories available in the app store and, unless you opt | Read More »

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    Hilary Rosen Takes on Ann Romney (and every other Stay at Home Mom in America)

    Last night on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, in a stunning admittance of things Democrats think but aren’t supposed to say, Hilary Rosen let the cat out of bag on the subject of stay at home moms.  In reference to Ann Romney, who chose to stay home and raise 5 boys while taking on MS and breast cancer, Rosen made the following statements: “Guess what? His | Read More »

    PTA Assaulting School Choice in South Carolina

    Promoted from the diaries by Jeff. As a mother of four, the first of which entered public school last year, keeping up with my children’s education is extremely important to me.  I’ve heard the stories of children fearing the end of the world due to global warming and seen the history books that exclude any Republican or Conservative from the important events that have shaped | Read More »

    Who Needs Sidewalks? We Have Light Rail!

    “They played outside, were friendly and polite,” said neighbors of 2 young boys who were hit and killed on February 22 by a delivery truck on one of the busiest roads in Charlotte, North Carolina. Kadrien Pendergrass, 5, and Jeremy Brewton, 1, were on their daily walk with their father and infant sibling to their preschool when a truck, trying to turn right, struck the boys. | Read More »

    In Nobody’s Camp

    For this primary season, like many other conservatives I know, Perry was my man.  If he jumped in the race today, he’d still be my man.  Nevertheless, I believe in moving on, and I’ve been earnestly searching for a replacement since the great state of Texas took back the great hope of conservatism.  CPAC provided a great opportunity to gain insight from many people who’s | Read More »

    Give Me Your Money in the Name of Jesus

    promoted from the diaries “Christianity has not, and does not profess to have a detailed political program. It is meant for all men at all times, and the particular program which suited one place or time would not suit another.” This morning, in the middle of his campaign National Prayer Breakfast speech, President Obama delighted those of us who love irony by quoting C.S. Lewis.  It | Read More »

    An Inconvenient Life

    Original post dated July 4, 2008. Reposting to get it out of the archives : )   Imagine you work in a hospital and you find a newborn wrapped up and abandoned outside the entrance. What would protocol have you do? Probably bring the child inside to receive immediate medical attention. Now what if you found that same baby in a soiled utility closet inside | Read More »

    Behind The Pink Ribbon

    UPDATE: Steven Ertelt, at, confirmed my suspicion that Susan G. Komen has an interest in embryonic stem cell research.  His article covers the fact that Komen Sends Millions to Embryonic Stem Cell Research Centers.   Every year thousands of women train and prepare to Race for the Cure organized by Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest breast cancer nonprofit.  During October, | Read More »

    Out Of Darkness

    Promoted from the diaries. The Awakening When I moved to small-town America in high school, I was immediately struck (dumbfounded if you will) by how many people openly supported the Republican party. “How could they all be so fooled?” I thought. They were mostly farmers and no one was wealthy; they were the furthest from my definition of a Republican. I couldn’t understand how they | Read More »