GA-12: Trouble Brewing for Barrow
I divide my time between Georgia’s 13th district and its 12th district, depending on whether I’m at home or in college. Unfortunately, I’m represented by Democrats, David Scott and John Barrow, respectively, in both districts. Since I’m registered to vote in the 12th district, I’ve been doing what I can to help the Republicans oust Barrow. Courtesy of NationalAtlas.gov.
A Possible 52 Senate Seats for Republicans in 2010?
As this piece by the American Thinker points out, it’s entirely possible that the Republicans could have 52 votes in the Senate come 2010. That’s a gain of 11 seats, added on to the 41 we now have since Brown won. Good quote: Moreover, [Dan] Coats’s decision to run this year [for Evan Bayh's seat] is an example of the great vulnerability that Democrats face | Read More »
Dear Erick: Thanks for the Morning Briefing
This diary arose out of a conversation I had with Erick on Twitter. Erick tweeted about the RedState Morning Briefing, and I decided to thank him for doing it. While that wasn’t the end of the discussion, I’d like to carry my remarks a bit further on a medium more suited to long discussions. Unlike most people my age, I’m a bit of a new | Read More »
Mr. President, I AM THE MOB
President Barack Obama, I am writing this to let you know that I am the mob. You see those people crowding in front of courthouses, in the streets, and in public spaces in towns and cities across the country as part of the Tea Party movement? That’s me. You see those people daring to hold their Senators, Congressmen and Women, and other public officials accountable | Read More »
How I Came to RedState (with Pictures)
The RedState Gathering over the weekend gave me time to reflect on just how fortunate I am to be a member of a site like this. I don’t post all that much, but I’m always reading what you guys have to say. From the Front Pagers down to the diaries written by everyone else, I do my best to read as many of them as | Read More »
The 2009 RedState Gathering: My Experience
Well, like so many others here, I had the fortune of going to the RedState Gathering in Atlanta this weekend. Since I live in Douglasville during the summer, it was but a short trip intown for me, so I drove to both days of the conference. I was very lucky to get there, as I, like many college students, have very little money. I was | Read More »