GOP’s Lame Web Effort Still Stinks – Can RedState Do Better?

    I’m afraid Meghan McCain still has it right:  The Republican party isn’t exactly Internet savvy. That’s no secret. This has been a source of personal frustration for me for a very long time. On Feb 1, I posted about the lame effort the GOP had tried at  18 days later, one can still not log in at, nor recover a password, nor do | Read More »

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    Today’s Headlines — Feb. 18, 2009 GM, Chrysler seek $22 billion more Automakers press case for restructuring over bankruptcy — Rancher cleared in rights case Arizona jury still awards damages to illegal immigrants — Spending the stimulus won’t be easy Agencies’ new money far exceeds their usual budgets — PERRY: Belief in individual at conservatism’s core (Part of TWT’s “Reinventing Conservatism” series) — Ex-border agents freed | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Feb. 17, 2009 Obama to sign $787 billion stimulus — EXCLUSIVE: Postmaster got $800,000 in pay, perks Raise came amid calls for cuts in delivery — EXCLUSIVE: D.C. bar fights consumer Web site — Carmakers make plans, do little — Wildlife areas on border let in outlaws — Obama signs ‘Barack’ to fallen troops’ families — GOP surpasses Dems on Twitter | Read More »

    Follow TN’s lead and kick the RINO traitors out

    When I read in my local paper that the House Republicans in Nashville, after having taken control of the House had one of their own band with the Democrats to vote in a RINO for speaker I was not surprised. The plague of Republicans in Name Only is a pox on all our houses in the GOP. When I read that the party voted Kent | Read More »

    Republican Celebrities; More of Them Than You Think

    At a time when it appears every celebrity is an Obamaton. I present a great list of celebrities who are Republicans.   Also available at

    A Plea to Anyone at

    In my 14+ years of using the internet, I’ve never come across such a problem. I can’t be the only one affected by this. It’s like I’m in the Twilight Zone. I cannot log in to I’ve been trying for WEEKS. From different computers even, at home and at work. I enter my email address and password, click “Go” and nothing happens. And I mean NOTHING. The | Read More »


    He did it again. But no Republican should have been surprised. Sen. Arlen Specter has a long history of stabbing his party’s conservatives in the back. Ronald Reagan was one of the first to feel the point of his blade: At the end of his first term, he voted against the Reagan Administration in two bitter, losing battles: to make William Bradford Reynolds associate attorney general, and Jefferson Sessions | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Feb. 10, 2009 ‘The party now is over,’ Obama declares President pressures Congress in prime time — EXCLUSIVE: Bailout recipients keep donating — GOP plan to block stimulus fails Vote hailed as a victory for Obama — Many Americans vexed by spelling — CURL: Obama snubs black press — Public-private aid seen for toxic loans — U.S. eyes bid for U.N. | Read More »

    Proposed amendment to the Senate’s stimulus

    (which I am sending to GA Sen. Saxby Chambliss) Every federal taxpayer dollar sent to states and local governments (to get them out of the hole they created) must be matched by $3 in actual cuts at given government’s level.  Get a $1 for every $3 you cut.  Right your ship, cut spending, and move on. If other states and localities are refusing federal bailout | Read More »

    Safe, Independent, and Free

    Never a day goes by that another commentator does not fill our ears with prophesies of doom and gloom for the future of our nation and our party.  They look at the mess we’re in and just throw their hands in the air and say “I guess the government’s going to have to bail us out.”  They look at the election returns and say that | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Feb. 3, 2009 Holder confirmed; GOP refocuses on Daschle — Clinton to ask European aid on U.S. issues — Blackwater under review in Afghanistan — Obama wields pen at historic pace — Chicago hires outsider to head public schools — Press secretary with wit and drawl — Maryland slots bids fall short of hopes — PRUDEN: Looking for change in | Read More »

    Sarah Palin endorses Rick Perry for reelection

    The Texas Republican gubernatorial primary race has just gotten more interesting. The Dallas Morning News is reporting that Sarah Palin has endorsed Texas Governor Rick Perry for reelection. According to Wayne Slater, who wrote the Morning News story, Gov. Perry’s campaign is using the Palin endorsement to try to peel away conservative support among women for Sen. Kay Baily Hutchison, Perry’s main opponent in the GOP primary | Read More »

    Steele: Get the RNC Web Site Fixed!

    Open letter to the eCampaign folks at Alas, the GOP web site at has a few good ideas, but they are currently poorly, poorly implemented.  The GOP has a pretty fair idea in allowing one to set up your own web site/blog at – however their whole platform is so buggy, it’s going to result in more harm than good.  I’ll just hit | Read More »

    (UPDATED 2-25-09) The RINO Congressional Chorus from “The Pirates of DC”

    Special thanks to ‘civil_truth’ for his input, and WS Gilbert for his lyrical genius. An apology to those senators and representatives of the GOP who actually do stand up and vote based on what is right. RINO When the liberals give their spiel, (Tarantara! tarantara!) We uncomfortable feel (slump slump slump) And when the ‘cons’ raise up a fuss, (US Constitution’s law) We toss them | Read More »

    Senate Republicans Throw Another Conservative Under the Bus – Jim DeMint

    The Politico reported last week that “GOP Pressures Bunning to Quit” and named two “GOP sources” as authority for a story full of false accusations and rumors.  These sources implied that Senator Jim Bunning (R-KY) had not made clear his intentions to run for another term and had not raised enough money to win the 2010 Kentucky Senate race.  In a story linked on Bluegrass | Read More »