Meet Sandy Adams (R CAND, FL-24).

    Sandy is running against Suzanne Kosmas, who has been busy these last couple of years in utterly [failing to prevent*] the administration from gutting manned space exploration. Sandy has a moneybomb going on today and tomorrow, so we talked briefly about her race: Sandy’s main site is here; the moneybomb site is here. [FL]-24 is definitely gettable for the GOP, but you have to speculate | Read More »

    Meet Sandy Adams (R CAND, FL-24).

    Sandy is running against Suzanne Kosmas, who has been busy these last couple of years in utterly [failing to prevent*] the administration from gutting manned space exploration. Sandy has a moneybomb going on today and tomorrow, so we talked briefly about her race: Sandy’s main site is here; the moneybomb site is here. [FL]-24 is definitely gettable for the GOP, but you have to speculate | Read More »

    Didn’t Barrack look like a school boy in front of Ms hart?

    I thought any minute now she is gonna tell him ” Don’t you smile at me boy. I’m serious” You go girl. Humm, I have something in common with Ms Hart. Can you guess? Teach!

    SLAVOCRATS

      The DNC will do what they have been doing since the ‘Slavocrat’ Party was born in 1832!  ‘Slavocrats’ (name given by the GOP) wrote a law in 1854 that allowed slavery to expand into the western territories and the Democrat/Progressive rulers have been expanding their plantation from the beginning of their Slavocrat Party! The ‘Slavocrats’ promoted slavery, a police state and produced economic stagnation!  | Read More »

    your friendly waitress

    Your friendly waitress Wait: A unity salad Sir? Man: NO thank you. I don’t want your salad with all that stuff on it: no porcini or Bulgarian feta or olives or portobelly mushrooms or endive or none of that shredded this or shredded that. Man: How about just bringing me a plain and simple green salad? Wait: I’ ll have to charge you extra. Man: And why | Read More »

    I don’t hear anyone mention Kelly Ayotte

    She defeated a candidate who attempted to paint her as a liberal and tried  to destroy her by distorting the truth.  That’s exactly the type of candidate I can’t stand.  (See Mike Castle)  When Rick Scott was successful in that tactic against a true conservative Republican, I was told to shut up and support him because he’s now our candidate.  (I have to add, when | Read More »

    Castle vs. O’Donnell: A Mythical Debate

    Who should a Republican vote for—Mike Castle or Christine O’Donnell?  By now, the arguments on both sides are as tired as a death-penalty debate in a freshman English class.  So I’ll cut to the chase.  Who should Republicans vote for?  O’Donnell.  Republicans should vote O’Donnell.  It isn’t even debatable. All you have to do is look at the best-case scenario of a Castle win and | Read More »

    The paper ballot returns to New York

    Just about every honest politician and concerned voter cheered when the paper ballot was replaced by the totalizer machines. It was a great day for those seeking honest elections. Now, our current crop of politicians (dishonest or stupid – take your pick) and the “useful idiots” in the media have returned the voters of New york to the “bad old days” of machine politics and | Read More »

    Jump Into the Fire…

    I had been thinking about going to The Restoring Honor Rally for a few weeks. My job involves a significant amount of driving, so I tend to hear a good deal of talk radio. Beck and Lou Dobbs are my favorites. All the Tea Party hype is something I have found very exciting. I find the Republican Party old, untrustworthy, jaded, and bereft of appealing | Read More »

    For Delaware Republicans it is Now “A Time for Choosing”

    The fast approaching date for the Delaware Republican primary is Tuesday September, 14th. The choice before the voters could not be more stark. Nor could it be more momentous. On this day, the choice of a senate nominee will be made between a dynamic, young committed conservative and a cynical old liberal career politician. This little noticed primary has implications far beyond the borders of | Read More »

    The Lessons of Florida

    Much has been made recently of the risks to the Republican Party of Tea Party candidates, Tea Party-Supported candidates, and the risks of splitting votes that are needed to oppose Democrat candidates.  The Florida gubernatorial race for the Republican nominee has provided some outstanding teachable moments that all Republican candidates should learn from. Teachable Moment 1: Being a Conservative or Republican is not enough.  Bill | Read More »

    Is he or isn’t he? who cares. That is not the issue today.

    He was born to a muslin father, that we know. He was born to a born Christian mother, that we know. He grew up in a Muslim country with a mother who remarried another Muslim. That tells us how much she cared about introducing him to Christianity. I do  believe he had a hard time dealing with any religion. He grew up dancing the Tango. He is a quite mixed | Read More »

    DEFIANCE and The American Way

    That’s it! Today was the day I publicly stepped forward and said “Enough!” This morning I woke up to my usual morning headlines from Red State. After yet one more day of mounting worries and fears and omens, I have signed up for Red State.  Why? Because for too long we have forsaken our birthright and have allowed the cancer of acquiescence to grow into a | Read More »

    No More Mosques

    I have stated here at RedState, and I have noticed others share the same opinion, that the building of Islamic mosques should be halted in the United States. I’m not just talking about the Ground Zero mosque that is an obvious sign of victory for the Islamists. I’m talking about mosques that are springing up all over the country. I have been grateful to see | Read More »

    Wis. Senate: Johnson Opposes Climate Fascism

    Conservative Republican Ron Johnson, who is running to unseat Senator Feingold in Wisconsin, has come out against the global warming agenda this week. In an exclusive interview with the Milwaukee Sun Sentinel, Johnson articulated an uncompromising rejection of the theory of Anthropogenic Global Warming, and all of the man-made economic disasters that its promoters have promulgated. Unlike most Republicans who offer meek opposition to the | Read More »