Some Contradictory Thoughts On The GOP Pledge.
Let me begin by reiterating my sincere respect and gratitude for all the work Eric Erikson and the other Redstate.com staff members have performed in giving ideological conservatives a place to pontificate, evangelize and some days, just flat-out vent. I issue that statement in hopes of banking enough positive account equity to avoid foreclosure on my user account. It would constitute foreclosure for arguing respectfully, | Read More »
What Michael Steele Should Do After NY-23
Last night’s election brought a cornucopia of good cheer. The gleeful image of Bruce Springstein chewing nails while a victorious GOP celebrated to “Born to Run” still has me in a state of elevated good cheer. The one downer was the special election in NY-23. But, like almost every rotten situation, Conservative Party Myrmidon Doug Hoffman’s narrow defeat offers GOP Party Chairman Michael Steele a | Read More »
When We First Start Selling
It was a while back in my chronological adulthood. I was under the delusion that I was cut out for professional sales. That delusion was a psychological adjustment to the fact that I had graduated from college amidst the 1991 recession, didn’t have credentials that would set the world afire, and couldn’t find much work outside the world of full commission sales. So I took | Read More »