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    Dede Scozzafava Should Withdraw

    Republicans could use to hold New York’s 23rd Congressional District. As it stands, because of poor choices along the way, the Democrat is in the lead. We know now, confirmed by multiple sources inside and outside the various campaigns, that Dede Scozzafava has fallen into third place. Her recent behavior indicates a candidate who has lost control of the message, the campaign, and any chance | Read More »

    RedState Endorses Roy Blunt for Missouri

    Roy Blunt has worked his way into the top ranks of Republican leadership in Congress. He has been trusted by Republican Presidents for many years with candid advice. He is relied on even now by Republicans in Congress as they struggle to keep the team together in opposition to the siren calls of compromise with the Democrats. More critically, Congressman Blunt is now seeking to | Read More »

    RedState Endorses Karen Handel for Georgia Governor

    Joining our long list of conservative candidate endorsements like Tom Coburn, Jim DeMint, Marco Rubio, Mitch Daniels, and Bobby Jindal, RedState is pleased to add Karen Handel, our choice for Republican gubernatorial candidate in Georgia. Five years ago, RedState decided we wanted to push a project — pick a state and get voter photo identification passed as a law. Given the number of us from | Read More »

    Independence Day

    IN CONGRESS, JULY 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, | Read More »

    Jeff Frederick Must Go

    “Frederick … has done what no one thought possible — he has driven the Republican Party of Virginia further off the road.” There is an election in Virginia this year for Governor. For the past eight years, the Governor’s Mansion has been in Democratic hands and the state has drifted left. This year, the Republican Party of Virginia is united around a gubernatorial candidate, Bob | Read More »

    Honoring Mark Kilmer

    After the sad news of Mark Kilmer’s untimely passing reached Redstate on Thursday, we started to think of how we as a community would honor his memory. Two ideas were the American Cancer Society and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. After some deliberation and consultation with Mark’s widow, we decided to celebrate how Mark lived and solicit donations to the Reagan Foundation. We know times | Read More »

    Honoring Mark Kilmer

    After the sad news of Mark Kilmer’s untimely passing reached Redstate on Thursday, we started to think of how we as a community would honor his memory. Two ideas were the American Cancer Society and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. After some deliberation and consultation with Mark’s widow, we decided to celebrate how Mark lived and solicit donations to the Reagan Foundation. We know times | Read More »

    The Sunday Morning Talk Shows: The Reviewer

    For four years our friend Mark Kilmer has brought us the best reviews of the Sunday Shows. Today we stop to remember him, our faithful friend and fellow soldier in the fight for freedom. The memorial service for Mark will be Monday the 9th, 6-8pm, at Mauk & Yates Funeral Home, 719 North 4th Avenue, Altoona PA. —————————————— “Blessed are they that mourn: for they | Read More »

    Congratulations To The Man of Steele

    Congratulations to Michael Steele on his victory in the hotly contested race for Chairman of the Republican National Committee. The former Maryland Lieutenant Governor was not our first choice for this spot, given our concern that he was not the most conservative choice in the race. But he is an eloquent and persuasive spokesman for the party and an impressive man, and we wish him | Read More »

    Goodbye, Good Luck, and God Bless

    George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney leave Washington today. For eight years they have ably served the nation, keeping us safe. The media, wrapped up in the deification of Barack H. Obama, has given little time to reflect on the administration of George W. Bush. We get the bumper sticker cliches. But serious reflection has been missing. President Bush did not set out to | Read More »