RS Gathering: Tim Scott (R, SC-01).

    Tim Scott was elected last year on a general reform slate in South Carolina: he was one of the candidates that we took an interest in, so it was great that he got to speak with our readers Friday night.  Afterward, we spoke with Tim briefly:   Sound was a little off at first: we had some motivated listeners Friday night.

    RS Gathering: Tim Scott (R, SC-01).

    Tim Scott was elected last year on a general reform slate in South Carolina: he was one of the candidates that we took an interest in, so it was great that he got to speak with our readers Friday night.  Afterward, we spoke with Tim briefly:   Sound was a little off at first: we had some motivated listeners Friday night.

    RS Gathering 2011: Nikki Haley.

    As always, we try to take the time to talk briefly with some of the candidates and politicians that attend the RedState Gathering.  As Governor Halley was so kind as to host us this year, I thought that I’d start with her. Governor Haley has of course been long a friend of the site, and it was a pleasure to have her welcome us to | Read More »

    RS Gathering 2011: Nikki Haley.

    As always, we try to take the time to talk briefly with some of the candidates and politicians that attend the RedState Gathering.  As Governor Halley was so kind as to host us this year, I thought that I’d start with her. Governor Haley has of course been long a friend of the site, and it was a pleasure to have her welcome us to | 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 »

    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 »

    We’re Back

    Thanks to Neil working his magic, we are back. Some tinkering under the hood went awry. Thanks to all who emailed, tweeted, texted, Facebooked, Google+’d, etc.

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    We’re Back

    Thanks to Neil working his magic, we are back. Some tinkering under the hood went awry. Thanks to all who emailed, tweeted, texted, Facebooked, Google+’d, etc.

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    We’re Back

    RedState is back fully functioning and operational. You’ll notice a new interface on the user side.We’ve made some upgrades and performed some maintenance around the site while cleaning out some coding cobwebs.If you are having some problems on the site when you first get back on, please clear your cookies. I speak from personal experience.Have a great Sunday.Consider this an open thread.

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    We’re Back

    RedState is back fully functioning and operational. You’ll notice a new interface on the user side.We’ve made some upgrades and performed some maintenance around the site while cleaning out some coding cobwebs.If you are having some problems on the site when you first get back on, please clear your cookies. I speak from personal experience.Have a great Sunday.Consider this an open thread.

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    And we’re back

    We may have issues though. In the backend, many little things have changed. The forest is the same, but the trees are different. Please bear with us, but don’t hesitate to report anything that breaks. Well, except for (NT) comments. Those are unfortunately gone for good, on purpose. I know. I used them more than anyone, and I will miss them!

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    We May Or May Not Be ‘Ultraconservative,’ But We Certainly Didn’t Call the SBA Pledge ‘Ridiculous’

    The pseudo-conservative Washington Post blogger, Jenn Rubin, has decided to label RedState as ‘ultra-conservative’. I can only guess that it is because we advocate hanging the traitor Jonathan Pollard instead of setting him free like Rubin does and also because we here at RedState embrace Jim DeMint as a standard bearer for conservatism while Rubin would prefer to take an exacto knife and excise from | Read More »

    We May Or May Not Be ‘Ultraconservative,’ But We Certainly Didn’t Call the SBA Pledge ‘Ridiculous’

    The pseudo-conservative Washington Post blogger, Jenn Rubin, has decided to label RedState as ‘ultra-conservative’. I can only guess that it is because we advocate hanging the traitor Jonathan Pollard instead of setting him free like Rubin does and also because we here at RedState embrace Jim DeMint as a standard bearer for conservatism while Rubin would prefer to take an exacto knife and excise from | Read More »

    Using Twitter With RedState

    I realize this is really random administrivia, but I have lately used the “tweet” button on posts at RedState (you have to go into the individual posts and look at the bottom of the post to see the button) and been disappointed to see credit given to @RedState for the content.It does’t have to be that way.For example, if you click the tweet button on | Read More »

    Using Twitter With RedState

    I realize this is really random administrivia, but I have lately used the “tweet” button on posts at RedState (you have to go into the individual posts and look at the bottom of the post to see the button) and been disappointed to see credit given to @RedState for the content.It does’t have to be that way.For example, if you click the tweet button on | Read More »