Technical Problems and Diary Creation
If you’ve been trying to create a diary at RedState in the last couple of weeks but have not been able to, please hang tight. We’re working on some site issues lately that have threatened to take the site completely down, especially under recent pressure from Drudge Report and other links. When those are resolved we will be able to deploy fixes for diary creation, | Read More »
Soros-funded Gigi Sohn falsely accuses me of being AT&T funded
Gigi Sohn talked to Personal Democracy Forum about the work she does at her organization, Public Knowledge. She took time to call out RedState and Less Government. Here’s my hastily-created transcript of the key passage around the 28:00 mark: [On AT&T/T-Mobile] We often get attacked by the right-wing press, folks like, you know, RedState and Less Government, so I’m constantly dealing with attacks fully funded | Read More »
And we’re back
We may have issues though. In the backend, many little things have changed. The forest is the same, but the trees are different. Please bear with us, but don’t hesitate to report anything that breaks. Well, except for (NT) comments. Those are unfortunately gone for good, on purpose. I know. I used them more than anyone, and I will miss them!
Senate Scorecard: RedState vs NRSC
The time has come for the Senate Republicans to begin thinking about what to do with the National Republican Senatorial Committee, which this last cycle was run by Senator John Cornyn along with bureaucrat Rob Jesmer. Before any Republican endorses that team to go ahead and run the committee for another cycle, I urge them to consider alternatives. The NRSC has the name and the | Read More »
Those of you with Twitter accounts that have an underscore (an _) in them should now be able to put your Twitter ID in your RS profile.
Angle, Tarkanian overtake Lowden
I keep saying that multiway races are volatile. When voters are spread out in more directions, the sums are smaller and it’s easier for big changes to happen. Suffolk University’s latest on the Nevada Senate primary for the Washington Times seems to be another example of this effect. Sue Lowden has gone from first to last, and Sharron Angle now leads.
, Chuck DeVore
, Danny Tarkanian
, Erick Erickson
, Sharron Angle
, Sue Lowden
, Suffolk University
, Washington Times
Moe’s already discussed this, but I think it bears more scrutiny. My four year registration anniversary is coming up next month, so I remember when RedState was a tiny site. It felt like there were only a handful of us commenters, and we all knew each other. Of course this was long before I was an editor. There were so few of us that the | Read More »
On Diaries and Recommendations
At RedState, the user community is a big part of why we’re here. Our goal is to bring people together and push the Activist button, so when our most active readers have complaints, we pay attention, because if this site isn’t able to bring together potential activists, we’re not going to accomplish our mission. Some, however, have gotten the impression that because there hasn’t been | Read More »