This day. This moment.

    If you don’t know how RedState started seven years ago, here’s the story. It’s a tale of a few guys with a few dollars and a few basic principles who got together and started something small. In the fullness of time, that something small became something big. The cast of characters changed, too: the original three co-founders are now off doing many other things. I | Read More »

    This day. This moment.

    If you don’t know how RedState started seven years ago, here’s the story. It’s a tale of a few guys with a few dollars and a few basic principles who got together and started something small. In the fullness of time, that something small became something big. The cast of characters changed, too: the original three co-founders are now off doing many other things. I | Read More »

    TL;DR

    I almost never write diaries, and I rarely comment. So, I’m uncomfortable saying this, but: many of you need to get to the point.

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    Is there any space for conservative Democrats?

    I’m a conservative Democrat, a former elected official and a current elected county (Democratic) party official. I could not get behind Obama, so I followed the advice of Old Thom Paine (“Lead, follow, or get out of the way.”) From convention to election, I got out of the way. I stepped back from my party and the so called ‘progressive’ blogs. Now that the election | Read More »

    3.0 sucks

    I know the contributors know this, and I’m going to say it anyway. This version of Redstate sucks. It takes way too long to navigate around this site. I’m glad the 500 internal server errors have gone away, but I just clicked on the main page icon and it took me over two minutes to get there, and that’s with a cable modem. It doesn’t | Read More »

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