“[A]t some point, Sarah Palin has to take some responsibility for her supporters as Ron Paul must for his. Palin’s dragging out the tease on her decision has compounded the problem and we’ve reached a breaking point.”On Fox News, Ann Coulter and Laura Ingraham had the best discussion on Sarah Palin I have seen. And Ann said something I have said. But I have not | Read More »
Morning Briefing for September 7, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For September 7, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. Enough2. Proposed Questions for the GOP Debate: Time for Specifics3. Mitt Romney beclowns the Netroots on job growth.4. Job Creation vs. Career Politician: The Romney Path to Victory5. Post Labor Day Political Analysis: The Arrogance of “the One” has Caused Him to become Undone6. From civility to | Read More »
Job Creation vs. Career Politician: The Romney Path to Victory
“Romney has the money and manpower to walk this tight rope carefully. If he pulls it off, he is going to be a far better general election candidate than even Romney supporters can imagine.”I have written that I thought the better attack for Mitt Romney would be to go after Rick Perry for being a career politician rather than try to discredit, as the Democrats | Read More »
South Carolina and the Campaign Trail
On Saturday, Sarah Palin went to Iowa to lament crony capitalism in both parties. Her aides said she was taking shots at Rick Perry and Mitt Romney. We don’t know for sure whether or not she was because Sarah Palin herself did not confirm it. History is full of times Palin aides said something only to find Palin herself contradicting the aides.Yesterday, Sarah Palin went | Read More »
Morning Briefing for September 6, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For September 6, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. South Carolina and the Campaign Trail2. This is the current Texas wildfire situation.3. The Benefit of Being In Charge4. The Horserace5. No, we did not “learn to like” Obamacare6. Labor Day & The Union Tax: How Unions Kill Jobs7. The Wadded Panties of Jonathan Capehart8. Illegal Aliens | Read More »
The Benefit of Being In Charge
There is a benefit to being in a position of elected leadership. We’ve seen it once in this GOP Presidential campaign.On a stage of former this’s and former that’s, the issue of Libya came up in one of the first debates. Michele Bachmann gave a more thorough and complete answer than any of the other candidates and it was premised with the authority of being | Read More »
On An Hour Early Tonight #EERS
I’m on an hour early tonight. We’ll get into why zero is not Obama’s hero. Also, the Democrats’ campaign strategy is shaping up to be scorched earth.You can listen live at http://wsbradio.com and call in at 800-WSB-TALK.Consider this an open thread.
The Horserace for September 2, 2011
IA Caucus: Feb. 6, 2012NH Primary: Feb. 14, 2012NV Caucus: Feb. 18, 2012SC Primary: Feb. 28, 2012It’s time to step back a bit and expand the horserace out. Why? There are five debates coming up in rapid succession. A lot of people think if someone unexpected has a knockout performance the person could be revitalized and get back in the game. I actually think the | Read More »
In Praise of Jon Huntsman
For the first time since World War II, the American economy has created net ZERO jobs. I have seen a way to jump start recovery. And amazingly Jon Huntsman is leading the way.I realize that with Rick Perry announcing at the RedState Gathering I am supposed to be in Rick Perry’s camp or something. In truth, I would be glad to support any of the | Read More »
The Ad Campaign
I have in my head an ad campaign I think the GOP should get ready to roll out for the general election, regardless of the nominee.In Idaho, a man saw a female grizzly bear enter his backyard while his kids were playing in the back yard. He did the only reasonable thing he could. He got a gun and killed the bear. Then he immediately | Read More »
Morning Briefing for September 2, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For September 2, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. The Ad Campaign2. Solar Power Business Model Unsustainable3. Shock National Journal Poll: Romney Staffers Think Romney Should be GOP Nominee4. The Euphocrats5. Nebraska Gov. Heineman to the Left of Obama Administration on Keystone Pipeline
We Don’t Need a Speech. We Need Jobs.
President Obama and Speaker Boehner have agreed that the President will address a joint session of the Congress next Thursday. The President wanted Wednesday during the GOP debate, but John Boehner said no. Folks at the White House said the Speaker had been consulted before they put it in writing and did not object. Speaker Boehner’s staff say he was not consulted prior to receiving | Read More »
Morning Briefing for September 1, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For September 1, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. We Don’t Need a Speech. We Need Jobs.2. DOJ Advises Gibson Guitar to Export Labor to Madagascar3. Ezra Klein vs. the Dictionary4. Dana Milbank: Perry Is Not A Libertarian5. The Arrogant Left Hates Rural, Conservative America.6. DoJ targets AT&T: The story behind the story7. Obama Makes the | Read More »
Back By Popular Demand — Ms. Maxy
Folks, I’ve been overwhelmed with requests to replay Ms. Maxy on Boortz’s show and relink. Here you go. Ace of Spades discovered Ms. Maxy on YouTube. I cleaned it up and put her on air today for Neal Boortz. You can listen to the edited version that I played by clicking right here.
Is Ryan Lizza An Idiot or Willfully Distorting Christian Theology?
From Ben Domenech’s excellent Transom, I found out some news I did not have when I wrote yesterday about Ryan Lizza’s The New Yorker article where he got major, substantive facts wrong.One of the things Lizza did was tie Michele Bachmann to Francis Schaeffer and Nancy Pearcey, who Lizza opined are “dominionists.” Well, Schaeffer may be dead, but Nancy Pearcey is very much alive and | Read More »