A glimpse into Party politics. And, will you be voting for your national convention delegates?
Well, Redstaters, with all the talk of the possibility of a brokered Republican Party presidential nomination convention, which of you plan to become a delegate to the national convention? I
Gee, the Republicans aren’t living up to their promises. What, oh what, should we do?
Oh my goodness! The “conservative” Republican House and Senate leaders don’t seem to want to live up to their promises to cut spending and cut taxes and undo regulations!!!! Oh
Reminder: Real debate between Cain & Gingrich on C-SPAN, Sat. Nov. 5, 8 pm Eastern
Here’s the C-SPAN viewing link: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/302440-1 In case you’ll be near The Woodlands, Texas (about 30 miles north of Houston) and want to attend — hey, there’s a cash bar!
As all of the Redstate political activists have this info at their fingertips, let’s compile it! No?
Undoubtedly, the “political activists” here at Redstate have the following information at their fingertips. The Republican National Committee does not. Let’s provide it, no? So, to that end, please respond
My question for every Front Page and Member Diary issue proponent: What are you going to DO about it?
I will not belabor the point. Much “political” discussion is had here at Redstate, mostly about legislative issues and candidates. Take a look at the subject matter of the Diaries
Civic Responsibility in Action: Joe [the Plumber] Wurzelbacher Announces Run for U.S. Congress
Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, better known as “Joe the Plumber,” yesterday announced his candidacy in Ohio’s 9th Congressional District, currently held by Democrat Marcy Kaptur. Almost all of the Democrat Media
Mark Block of Cain campaign, with creative video strategy, gets out Cain’s message: “Get Involved!”
Herman Cain’s stump speech often ended with the message of “Stay Informed,” “Stay Involved” and “Stay Inspired,” with short discussions of each point. Last week I listened to Herman make
Occupy Wall Street, Phoenix Edition: Will They Vote For Obama Again? In Their Own Words
Yes, these Occupy Americans, at least in Phoenix, Arizona, on October 15, 2011 in downtown Phoenix, are somewhat dazed and confused when it comes to articulating what they believe with
There are Republicans who make things happen, Republicans who watch things happen, and Republicans who wonder, “What happened?”
I come to Redstate just about every day and see comment after Diary after comment after Diary about this, that and the other thing about Republican Party politics. And what
Heroes for this election cycle and fun with Voter Vault
Recent reporting reveals the obvious strategy Obama needs to win reelection: get more of his “traditional base” voters to the polls. Exit polls showed that Obama won 43 percent of