The wages of “Free Market Socialism”

    Over the past few weeks I have been trying to understand the financial crisis (as I expect many have). It is easy to blame the housing downturn, as that is most likely the immediate cause that popped the bubble, but as I have looked into how we got where we are today, it strikes me that the true causes are more fundamental than the issue | Read More »

    Important McCain Palin Info

    I have listened to the dabates and it is aparent that all McCain wants to do is personal attacks instead of talking about the issues at hand. I want to know about real issues that we face. I live in Ohio and I also work in the same building as the McCain Palin office. I am very upset at the things I have seen that | Read More »

    why it’s Important to understand Obama’s past

    Some statements have been made that it is not important to discuss Obama’s past. WAKE-UP PEOPLE, a person’s past will tell you how they will approach the future, Obama’s values will not change because he walks in the white house – so beware of how Obama’s welfare/socialist mentality will affect your future. *Please read the following history *and these are facts with back-up research. Research | Read More »

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    Give this speech Mr. McCain and you win Florida

    Barack Obama is always attacking John McCain for his vote to go to war in Iraq. He always says that Saddam Hussein had nothing to do with 9-11 so there was no reason to go to war. If McCain says the following,Jewish voters will come over to his side in droves and he wins Florida. “I must remind Senator Obama that terrorists were present in | Read More »

    A Teachable Moment

    School Field Trip to Teacher’s Lesbian Wedding Sparks ControversySource “First-graders in San Francisco took a field trip to City Hall to celebrate the marriage of their lesbian teacher on Friday, but opponents of same-sex marriage in the state say the field trip was an attempt to “indoctrinate” the students, the San Francisco Chronicle reported. The field trip was suggested by a parent at the Creative | Read More »

    Why I am Here at the RS-REDSTATE Blog

    Today’s 2008 Election is in my lifetime the most critical I’ve seen and been a part of, as I’ve voted in every election since I turned 21 in 1966! Our nation is at a crucial crossroads, depending upon what the American people decide by election day, November 4, 2008. This will be concerning both, who will be our next U.S. President, and who will continue | Read More »

    Cost of Living Increase Under Obama’s Tax Increases

    As I walked down the grocery isle this weekend I began to look at all the brand names of products on the shelf and I it occurred to me that almost all of these companies would be those that make over the $250,000.00 marker that Obama has laid out in his tax increases. With a family of four to support, my wife’s and my cart | Read More »

    Presidential Character

      It is a person’s character, past associations, and record that is the first issue for both candidates.The US congress decided the issues it takes up in legislation. The president can push ideas , but will get only as far as the congress will allow.When I was growing up my mom taught me that your character was shown by the company you keep, and your | Read More »

    McCain is not the head of the Secret Service. It’s not his job to protect Obama

    The press undermined Hillary Clinton’s nomination to promote Barack Obama. As early as January,just after the Iowa primary,they were suggesting she should drop out of the race. Since that day their idolatry of Obama has grown. No other candidate in history has been so protected by the press as Obama has been. If Bill Clinton had ever published a book where he admitted smoking cocaine | Read More »

    In Order to Form a More Perfect Union

    Something has been really bothering me of late. When I try to talk with anyone who is an Obama supporter and share some of my concerns regarding him, they just lose it and begin to go wacko on me. Its like they just freak out and the next thing I see is such an out pouring of hatred and anger or I get the dismissive | Read More »

    Federalism and the future

    Looking forward, I feel that conservatism (and liberalism, although it is not the focus of this work) is at a cross-roads. Many worry about the youth and their embrace of the siren’s song of modern liberalism, and yet manage to miss one of the key facts that will need to be dealt with going forward. Times are changing. This is not 1980, nor is it | Read More »

    Stop Unprotected Debating.

    We all know that unprotected sex is a risky, dangerous thing, in most contexts. Usually, it leads to bad things happening. As of late, I’ve come to discover a new phenomonon that seems even more dangerous: Unprotected Debating. For some reason, John McCain has been engaging in too much of it recently and the results have been as expected. What is unprotected debating, you ask? | Read More »

    Nine Blind Mice

    The Supreme Court does not hear all cases that are brought to their attention. Take these latest two cases. The first case involved the Natural Resources Defense Council’s attempt to block the Navy’s use of sonar in their antisubmarine warfare exercises on the coast of S. California, citing the deleterious effects on whales (evidently someone’s watched Star Trek IV too many times). Another caseinvolved David | Read More »

    Weighing in on Racism

    I often contemplate certain words and their meaning, and I am often taken aback by how loosely or carelessly some words are used today. Racism is such a word, and I have never in my life ever taken the word lightly or its meaning. Too many people have suffered terrible things because of it. It is a terrible word, an awful word, a word that | Read More »

    Obama will be an hors d’oeuvre for Putin

    The next President will have enormous problems in foreign policy. A resurgent Russia. An Iran which may soon possess nuclear weapons. A North Korea whose leader Kim Jong IL nearly died last month. His death would bring even more instability to this troubled nation. Experts believe that Kim’s successor will be even more hostile to the West,even more militant. Since North Korea already has nuclear | Read More »