RedState Gathering ends with ‘Fire From the Heartland’

    The RedState Gathering in Austin ended with a special screening of the movie “Fire From the Heartland.” The film was produced by the conservative filmmakers at Citizens United. It is a powerful documentary about America at a crossroads and the women who are leading the Conservative movement. The women in the movie include Clare Boothe Luce, Margaret Thatcher, Phyllis Schlafly, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Michele Bachmann, | Read More »

    RedState Gathering ends with ‘Fire From the Heartland’

    The RedState Gathering in Austin ended with a special screening of the movie “Fire From the Heartland.” The film was produced by the conservative filmmakers at Citizens United. It is a powerful documentary about America at a crossroads and the women who are leading the Conservative movement. The women in the movie include Clare Boothe Luce, Margaret Thatcher, Phyllis Schlafly, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Michele Bachmann, | Read More »

    At RedState Gathering, I Just Met the Next U.S. President

    It’s been awhile since my last blog entry.  It’s not that I haven’t had things to say.  It’s just that I’ve been busy running my small business during tough economic times.  Nonetheless, I’ve been actively reading the site and keeping abreast of the issues.Several months ago I made the decision to attend my first RedState Gathering…and I’m writing this blog from the event.   I can | Read More »

    Liz Cheney – RedState rock star

    The RedState Gathering heard from many existing and rising Conservative stars, but the speaker who truly rocked the house, biggest crowd-pleaser, was Liz Cheney.  Her “America Needs Commander in Chief, Not a Global Community Organizer” speech was made of awesome. Unfortunately, the available video clip does not convey the electricity that Cheney brought to the Gathering. It is a great clip from a fabulous speech, | Read More »

    DNC’s interfaith gathering tonight

    “How do you kick off a week-long celebration to showcase our Party’s nominee, our strength, our diversity and our shared values? Watch this video as DNCC CEO Rev. Leah Daughtry talks about the first ever Convention interfaith gathering — the first official event of the 2008 Democratic National Convention.” Can you say blatant attempt to attract evangelicals? No doubt the dems will walk away feeling | Read More »

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