What does it take?

    The last week has been one of consternation and frustration I suspect for many here on RedState.  After seeing some spine starting to develop in Congress I kept thinking… What can we do to keep the pressure on the chosen people who represent us in DC (and in our respective states).  Well, then it hit me. I hope you enjoy the following commentary on how | Read More »

    Fresh News on Gov. Palin

    John Ziegler has recently taped a live interview with Gov. Palin in which she describes some of the scrutiny received during her run for the VP nomination.  While the following excerpt is about 10 minutes long It provides some interesting comments on the treatment her and her family received since she was picked. This is intended to be part of a documentary for the 2008 | Read More »

    More Sheriff’s Like This Wanted

    Perhaps you have heard of the Sheriff in Maricopa County, Arizona.  He is Sheriff Joe Arpaio.  What is so remarkable about him?  Well, it’s because he is tough on crime and understands it and the people who are involved in comitting the transgressions.  How and why could a Sheriff have such a background in dealing with these issues? Perhaps some background is in order. He | Read More »

    To all the Joe the plumbers & Tito the builders out there after election day

    Well, after that election I am numb. I don’t have very many constructive comments at this time except to paraphrase the immortal words of Gen. Douglas MacArthur: We shall return!

    Breaking News – Biden hires a public speaking coach

    For some reason, this just seemed appropriate… Followed by, the ability to ignore the obvious, while continuing the same soundbites is amazing. Who do you trust for your information?


    Show me the money

    Picked up an interesting blog here on Obamas campaign money source Obama’s internet campaign started out innocently enough with basic e-mail networking , lists saved from previous party campaigns and from supporters who visited any of the Obama campaign web sites. Small contributions came in from these sources and the internet campaign staff were more than pleased by the results. Then, about two months into | Read More »

    Bipartisan efforts

    An interesting parable about helping others in times of adversity or need can be found in the story of the scorpion and the turtle. A scorpion and a turtle are on the same side of a river. The scorpion realizes he cannot cross the river himself, so he asks the turtle for assistance. Upon hearing this request the turtle states; Are you crazy! If I | Read More »


    Obama’s new party

    More information is being uncovered related to The One. This excerpt listed in full here. In June sources released information that during his campaign for the State Senate in Illinois, Barack Obama was endorsed by an organization known as the Chicago “New Party”. The ‘New Party’ was a political party established by the Democratic Socialists of America (the DSA) to push forth the socialist principles | Read More »

    Does an ACORN really fall from the tree?

    One of the best sources of information I have found on the subject of alleged Democratic principles was actually an accident. The original source material can be found here. As this quote indicates, there is a lack of available information on Barack Obama, which then supposes without any sufficient information we can connect the underlying themes. With the lack of public information being made available | Read More »

    Good Luck Gov. Palin

    With the pending VP debate arriving shortly many have offered advice on what to do during the debate. I offer the best advice seen in recent memory. Take no prisoners and God speed!