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    George Soros Gives Little Lee Fang His Comeuppance

    One of the most genuinely stupid and embarrassing things to ever appear at Think Progress — and that’s saying something — was a recent supposed takedown of the evil Koch Brothers by their supposedly nemesis, Little Lee Fang the ankle biting blogger. Little Lee Fang tried to make a mountain out of something sinister called contango, a concept about which he clearly knew nothing and | Read More »

    Richard Mourdock for Senate

    I have, for a number of months, been asked what I thought of Indiana and the race for the Senate there. I have said all along that Richard Lugar’s time has passed and it is time for us to replace him with someone else.I wanted to wait and see who would stand up to take the challenge of moving that seat to the right. One | Read More »

    The Horserace for June 30, 2011

    IA Caucus: Feb. 6, 2012 NH Primary: Feb. 14, 2012 (expected) SC Primary: TBD NV Caucus: Feb. 18, 2012 The race shakes up this week. It’s the first major shake up of the Presidential horserace in weeks. Michele Bachmann surges into second place — running neck and neck with Mitt Romney. Falling further behind are everyone else. Tim Pawlenty has stumbled. Gary Johnson is off | Read More »


    Give What You Can

    Today is the last day of the financial quarter for candidates for office. Below are links to the candidates we’ve endorsed so far. Please consider giving what you can. Ted Cruz of Texas Jeff Flake of Arizona Adam Hasner of Florida Josh Mandel of Ohio, who was also recently endorsed by Jim DeMint. Don Stenberg of Nebraska

    Morning Briefing for June 30, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 30, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. Give What You Can2. Obama’s class warfare… against Obama’s stimulus program.3. Obama ‘Gingerly’ Weighs In On NLRB Attack On Boeing Jobs4. Strategic Petroleum Reserve to be Renamed “The Hope and Change Re-Election PAC”5. Say No to Baucus Trade Deal6. Democrat Congressmen in Love with Hamas Love Boat

    If At First You Don’t Succeed

    First off this morning, I hope you will call Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) today at (202) 224-5323 and tell him thank you for standing up to both Democrats and Republicans yesterday in a valiant attempt to force transparency on debt talks.Johnson declared his intend to grind the Senate to a halt by ceasing to give his consent to further Senate business by unanimous consent. The | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 29, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 29, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. If At First You Don’t Succeed2. The Immigration Policy of Absurdistan: Legal is Illegal; Illegal is Legal3. Because They Won’t Attack Hillary Clinton, They Attack Josh Trevino4. On Immorality5. The Cost of Bailouts: Cronyism

    Illegals March in Atlanta, Chris Chocola joins Us, and Defending Trevino

    At 7:30, Chris Chocola from the Club for Growth is going to join me on air to talk about the Club’s white papers. I’ll get into the illegals marching in Atlanta and also defend Josh Trevino. You can listen to it all at and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK. Consider this an open thread.

    Because They Won’t Attack Hillary Clinton, They Attack Josh Trevino

    The left is in a tizzy because some “well meaning” people are on a flotilla to Gaza and Josh Trevino dares to say what so many of the rest of us are thinking — if Israel takes out the flotilla in self defense, so be it.Frankly, from my vantage point, I can’t see any other rational position — particularly for those who support Israel, particularly | Read More »

    On Immorality

    The Democrats, in particular Joe Biden and Barack Obama, are out to make the moral case for tax increases. They claim the Republican position is immoral.This is what happens when we debase morality in our American political culture.For perspective, when Barack Obama was a state senator in Illinois, he was the only state senator to speak in opposition to the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. | Read More »

    Pledge Fatigue, My Butt

    Republican leaders on Capitol Hill are pushing out stories, encouraging various media outlets to write about “pledge fatigue.” This is in response to the Cut, Cap, Balance Pledge being pushed hard by conservative groups. One reporter called me for comment and said several senior Republican offices on Capitol Hill had pointed to my recent posts on the pledge as evidence of fatigue. Boy were they | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 28, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 28, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. Pledge Fatigue, My Butt2. The Drunk On The Beltway: Two Obama Tricks That Are Going To Clean Boehner’s Clock3. The Latest From Obama’s Labor Dept: “You Might Be Union Busting If…”4. Our Nation Is All About The Choices We Make5. Nothing Evinces Hypocrisy More than Obama’s Oil | Read More »

    The College Democrats’ Video, Immigration, and More #EERS

    Tonight on the Erick Erickson Show, we’re going to delve into the College Democrats’ “I’m a Democrat” poorly produced ad. Also, the immigration fight heats up in Georgia, Herman Cain suffers a hit in New Hampshire, Michelle Bachmann keeps rising, and much, much more.You can listen to it all at and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK.Consider this an open thread.

    Josh Mandel Gets DeMint Endorsement

    There’s big news out of Ohio. Former Secretary of State Ken Blackwell is not going to seek the U.S. Senate nomination and now Jim DeMint’s Senate Conservatives Fund just went all in with Josh Mandel.I’d endorsed Josh a while back and think he is a superb candidate to take on Sherrod Brown, a man consistently listed as the most liberal member of the United States | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 27, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 27, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. The Cut, Cap, and Balance Strategy2. Dirty Spending Secrets3. Why Did Obama Open the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?4. Jim DeMint Brings His A Game To the Debt Vote