Tea Party 1 Union Thugs 0

    It’s often frustrating how we are forced to go to battle with the left on the bandwagon of flaccid and uninspiring Republicans that lack core principles.  That was not the case last night when Scott Walker won his decisive victory against the best efforts of the union thugs in Wisconsin.  Scott Walker is a man who sought power not for power’s sake, but to implement | Read More »

    The Whupping in Wisconsin: Seven Key Conclusions

    “Now I know what MSNBC means by lean forward. I leaned forward as I was viewing, watching for signs of possible coronaries live on TV.” Last night in Wisconsin, Democracy died because Republicans spent a bunch of money and Wisconsin saw record voter turnout levels across the state where they decisively sided with the incumbent Republican Governor against the ongoing childish assault on representative democracy | Read More »

    The Whupping in Wisconsin: Seven Key Conclusions

    “Now I know what MSNBC means by lean forward. I leaned forward as I was viewing, watching for signs of possible coronaries live on TV.” Last night in Wisconsin, Democracy died because Republicans spent a bunch of money and Wisconsin saw record voter turnout levels across the state where they decisively sided with the incumbent Republican Governor against the ongoing childish assault on representative democracy | Read More »

    #wirecall results: …DOOM.

    The networks are calling it for Scott Walker right now – they’ll also be calling it for Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch any moment now, and at least three of the four state Senate elections.  I would like to note for the record that I Told You So; and I would like to repeat something that I once wrote in regard to the folks who opposed | Read More »

    #wirecall results: …DOOM.

    The networks are calling it for Scott Walker right now – they’ll also be calling it for Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch any moment now, and at least three of the four state Senate elections.  I would like to note for the record that I Told You So; and I would like to repeat something that I once wrote in regard to the folks who opposed | Read More »

    Decision Day in Wisconsin

    Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by CJ Ciaramella to discuss today’s hotly contested Wisconsin recall election, which side will benefit from high turnout, and how the relationship between Democrats and public sector unions may be impacted by today’s result. We’re brought to you as always by Stephen Clouse and | Read More »

    Decision Day in Wisconsin

    Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by CJ Ciaramella to discuss today’s hotly contested Wisconsin recall election, which side will benefit from high turnout, and how the relationship between Democrats and public sector unions may be impacted by today’s result. We’re brought to you as always by Stephen Clouse and | Read More »

    Today is Election Day in Wisconsin

    It always makes me nervous for Republicans to be so giddy headed into an election. As we’ve seen from the President, overconfidence is a bad thing. Scott Walker could still lose. People must turn out to vote.Today is election day in Wisconsin and if you are a RedState Reader in that state, go vote.One of the things I hate about special elections is the absolute | Read More »

    Today is Election Day in Wisconsin

    It always makes me nervous for Republicans to be so giddy headed into an election. As we’ve seen from the President, overconfidence is a bad thing. Scott Walker could still lose. People must turn out to vote.Today is election day in Wisconsin and if you are a RedState Reader in that state, go vote.One of the things I hate about special elections is the absolute | Read More »

    WISCONSIN, GEORGE WASHINGTON, AND YOU

    For the passed 3 1/2 years we have witnessed the deliberate dismantling of our nation. This dire situation has energized us and united us with shared love of country and with an urgency I have never seen in my lifetime. Looking back, though united, our efforts sometimes seem to us, to have born relatively little fruit. We did manage to have a landslide Congressional midterm | Read More »

    Preparing for Tuesday’s Day of DOOM in Wisconsin.

    Some interesting happenings at today’s Wisconsin’s Brown County Dairy Breakfast*: [Democratic gubernatorial recall candidate Tom] Barrett was greeted warmly by some of the breakfast-goers — at least one man told him Barrett he was voting for him, prompting Barrett to joke, “Give him a lot of really good food” — but others reacted differently, telling Barrett they were voting for [Republican Governor Scott] Walker and | Read More »

    Preparing for Tuesday’s Day of DOOM in Wisconsin.

    Some interesting happenings at today’s Wisconsin’s Brown County Dairy Breakfast*: [Democratic gubernatorial recall candidate Tom] Barrett was greeted warmly by some of the breakfast-goers — at least one man told him Barrett he was voting for him, prompting Barrett to joke, “Give him a lot of really good food” — but others reacted differently, telling Barrett they were voting for [Republican Governor Scott] Walker and | Read More »

    … And While We’re At It…

    Governor Scott Walker. Former Texas Solicitor-General Ted Cruz. More fodder for the DeMarxists waking nightmares. Two more examples of the swelling tide of Constitutional Conservatism which is beginning to sweep across the nation, as more and more of the so-called silent majority are awakening to the real and present danger of the nascent tyranny represented by Barry Hussein Obama and his communist-light DeMarxists. Ted Cruz | Read More »

    DailyKos digs up Reagan for #WIRecall, forgets FDR

    President Obama and the Left love to use Ronald Reagan to illustrate the rightward shift within the Republican Party since the Gipper left the White House or to advocate for some liberal policy by claiming, “Reagan agreed with us!” Recently, President Obama’s White House edited Reagan’s official White House biography to include a reference to Obama’s proposed “Buffett Rule.” Obama claimed at the Associated Press luncheon | Read More »

    AP: Bureau of Labor Statistics confirms Wisconsin job growth. #wirecall

    Readers might remember – certainly The Weekly Standard [TWS] did – that beleaguered Democratic Wisconsin gubernatorial recall candidate Tom Barrett has called into question Republican Scott Walker’s contention that the Bureau of Labor Statistics [BLS] had reported Wisconsin had actually gained jobs in 2011, instead of the loss of jobs that had been previously reported from another source.  Actually, ‘called into question’ is too mild | Read More »