Kudos to Reince Priebus, RNC
I’m usually the first to gripe about Establishment Republicans and squishes, so let me be the first out of the box to salute today’s RNC decision to nix NBC and CNN as national debate hosts due to their Hillary Clinton pimping. I am incredibly proud to have Reince Priebus as chair of the RNC today. For too long, hostile venues, biased moderators, and blatantly partisan | Read More »
Grassroots or RNC Elites?
The rules changes crammed down the “yelling at the top of their lungs “NO” ” throats via a scripted teleprompter-driven “approval” at Tampa are under fire this week when the Republican National Committee meets. Breitbart reports that about 60 well known national conservatives have sent a letter of protest to RNC Chair Reince Priebus calling for changing those terribly unpopular rule changes that caused an | Read More »
Will the RNC ‘Autopsy’ Report Revive the GOP or is it DOA?
Following the GOP’s decisive defeat in November’s presidential election, the RNC assembled a special committee to analyze what went wrong and make recommendations for the future. The five members of the committee, made up of former White House spokesman Ari Fleischer, former Governor Haley Barbour of Mississippi, GOP consultant Sally Bradshaw, Puerto Rico Committeewoman Zori Fonalledas, and South Carolina Committeeman Glenn McCall, released their | Read More »
Rule 12, Ron Paul, Romney and RNC
While delegates in Tampa Bay were playing checkers, it seems that the RNC leadership was playing chess. The passage of Rule 12 has already caused damage to party unity. And never forget the old adage: “He who knows the rules, rules.” As Ron Paul retires from the House and we enter the second term of Obama, it’s time to focus on bringing Republicans together. It | Read More »
No Reince! NO!
Just my Sally, Dick & Jane way of saying that as a Wisconsin resident, grassroots activist, and Republican Party member, I would sooner chop off my own right arm than see Reince Priebus attain the heights of RNC Chairman. Priebus’ candidacy for national leadership is so egregious to me, in fact, that I’m breaking months of silence here on RedState to stand against it. Much | Read More »