Ted Cruz for Senate in Texas
I said months ago that I was going to let the race between Michael Williams and Ted Cruz play out in Texas. They are both fine men and both are good conservatives. Today, FreedomWorks and Club For Growth both decided to endorse Ted Cruz. This afternoon, there are strong rumors that Michael Williams will instead run for one of the newly drawn House seats. I | Read More »
Cruz or Williams in Texas
The rumor is that, as we all expected David Dewhurst, who is more like DewCrist, is going to be running for Kay Bailey Hutchison’s Senate seat. Senator Hutchison has said she is not going to run again. DewCrist has the money and is the man to beat. We must beat him. In a state with no income tax, DewCrist is on record supporting an income | Read More »
GOP Does Not Want A Black Man In The Senate
It is starting to get really disgusting. First, the GOP said it needed diversity and chose the orange Charlie Crist over the Latino, Marco Rubio. Then the GOP said it needed to do better outreach in the black community, so it ignored Michael Williams in Texas and tried to find a rich white guy to run for the Senate. Now that Kay Bailey Hutchison has | Read More »
Your Call: Will Moderates Take Over?
I want and need you to pay serious attention to this. The Los Angeles Times is running a story today about the rising tide of moderates sweeping into the GOP. This will only happen if you let it. Rep. Michael N. Castle, one of the most liberal Republicans in the House, is heavily favored to win an open Senate seat in Delaware. Rep. Mark Steven | Read More »
All I Want for Christmas
All I want from you guys for Christmas is simple, pick one of the following and make a $25.00 contribution: Nikki Haley Senate Conservatives Fund National Conservative Campaign Fund Marco Rubio Michael Williams Sean Duffy
The Fighting Four — Countdown to the End of the Quarter
Unless you are on RSS, you should see the widget below to give to Michael Williams, Marco Rubio, Pat Toomey, and Chuck Devore. if you don’t see the widget, well, then, you are out of luck, but you should still give.
15 Days and We’re Not Meeting the Goal
No sense in being coy about it. We’re not meeting our goal. In fact, the fundraising for these four sucks. I know cash is tight, but unless conservatives are willing to step up to the plate, we’re not going to get these guys elected and, frankly, the establishment of the Republican Party will keep ignoring us. Let’s be honest. One of the reasons the left | Read More »
15 Days For the Conservative Fighting Four
Have you given yet? Imagine a world where Marco Rubio, Chuck Devore, Pat Toomey, and Michael Williams work together in the Senate with Jim DeMint and Tom Coburn. Imagine a world where they push the GOP to the right in the Senate and stop the culture of capitulation. Give what you can. Embed this same widget on your website. Let’s raise them some money.
Supporting the Conservative Fighting Four
I won’t call this the “screw the NRSC” fundraiser, but I’m sorely tempted. Each of you has a favorite Senate candidate this cycle. Here are four guys we want to see in the Senate. Let’s try to raise them $250,000.00 in the next 20 days. Click on the guy you like, learn a little about him, and give him some money. Together, we can move | Read More »
On the NRSC Memo: What About Florida and Texas. And Fiorina?
I don’t know a single Republican leaning blog that got tipped off about Senator John Cornyn’s memo to the Senate Republican Conference. Brian Walsh from the NRSC just emailed to let me know he had, in fact, emailed me earlier today with a copy of the email. For reasons unbeknownst to either of us, I got one responding to the Devore press release, but no | Read More »
Texas Should Put Michael Williams in the Senate
Texans have an outstanding opportunity in the coming year to make a greater impact on the national stage than any other state. Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams, an African American who happens to be an outstanding, uncompromising conservative, will on the ballot for the United States Senate. There are a number of good men running for the Senate in Texas, and most are varying degrees | Read More »
Now that we’ve met in Atlanta, we must mobilize.
This weekend, 200 RedStaters gathered together in Atlanta to hear from real conservative leaders and candidates. We were specific in our invitations — we wanted conservatives, not just Republicans. The message was phenomenal. The time shared was outstanding. But now we have work to do. We cannot return to our former ways. We must commit to continuous activity on behalf of these outstanding men and | Read More »
An Amazing Time
As you can tell, we’ve been away and busy at the RedState Gathering. Liz Cheney spoke. She was amazing. “America needs a commander in chief,” she said, ” not a global community organizer.” Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Nikki Haley, Michael Williams, Ken Cuccinelli, Karen Handel, Tom Price, Pat Toomey, Roy Blunt, Jim DeMint, and Rick Perry all joined us in person or via video. It | Read More »