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    NBC Keeps Doctoring Quotes, Herman Cain Rebounds, Rick Perry Rises, and More #EERS

    Finally, I’m home and live tonight for three hours from Atlanta. We’ll talk about NBC doctoring Boortz’s quote and leaving out “under God” from the pledge of allegiance. I’ll focus on Herman Cain rebounding and do a mini horserace segment tonight with a review of this past weekend.You can listen live at starting at 7:05 p.m. ET and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK.Consider this an | Read More »

    Ed Schultz Doctored a Neal Boortz Quote to Accuse Boortz of Advocating Murder

    My WSB colleague and guru, the Talkmaster Neal Boortz, created a bit of controversy this past week over comments he made about shooting thugs in Atlanta. The controversy actually blew up because of Ed Schultz at MSNBC who claimed Boortz was advocating the murder of urban youths in Atlanta. In fact, you can see this screen shot from the Schutlz show highlighting Neal Boortz’s controversial | Read More »

    The Feckless Are Phoning In Now

    I’m already hearing whining and lamenting about my post this morning on conservatives’ need to do more than pledge. It’s only 10 a.m. and I’m getting the “how dare you question my integrity” emails and the “who the heck do you think you are” emails.”But . . . meow . . . I’m a 501(c)(3). I can’t do anything . . . meow.”That’s typical of | Read More »

    Mark Amodei Comes Out Swinging

    Mark Amodei is the Republican pick for the special election in Nevada 2 to replace now Senator Heller. I suspect we’re going to hear a lot of Republicans sounding a similar theme. It’s just that Amodei’s first commercial is extremely timely.You can learn more about him here.

    Are Conservatives & Conservative Organizations in D.C. Actually Feckless Wimps?

    A number of conservatives and conservative groups in Washington, D.C. are pushing yet another pledge. This one is to cut, cap, and balance. They want you to pledge to urge your Senator and Congressman to oppose any debt limit unless all three of the following conditions are met: (1) substantial cuts in spending; (2) enforceable spending caps; and (3) passage of the Lee-Cornyn-Hatch Balanced Budget | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 20, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 20, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.Save the American DreamBecause you’re a RedState conservative, you understand the financial catastrophe that is looming in Washington-and what this means for all Americans. I can think of no better way to fight back and advance the conservative principles that are the only solution to what ails America. | Read More »

    On Jon Huntsman: See, I Told You So

    My objection to Jon Huntsman remains simple: while serving at the pleasure of the President of the United States, he began plotting against the President of the United States. It matters not who the President is. It matters that the man was disloyal to his President while serving as his mouth piece to our biggest strategic adversary in the world.Many people responded to my objection | 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 »

    Happy Father’s Day

    Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. I got home around 2am, but got to sleep in my own bed. Then got woken up by the kids at 7 . . . and again at 8 and 9 and 10 and finally decided having them lay on top of me and pretend alligators were eating me was enough.I got out of bed at | Read More »

    Herman Cain Resurgent At Right Online #RO11

    I was critical after last week’s debate, not so much of Herman Cain per se, but of the fact that he has been unable to show he is competent in handling policy.Right Online and the Republican Leadership Conference both show it doesn’t really matter right now with the crowds. They love him.In both New Orleans and Minneapolis, Cain pounded the Obama Administration, its profligate spending, | Read More »

    Tim Pawlenty Impresses Right Online #RO11

    The energy level was not the same as with Michele Bachmann, but then the speech was a different sort of speech.Pawlenty arrived at Right Online after a rough day of travel from Iowa with a very late plane. We were actually going to meet and chat before he went on stage. Instead, he took off from Iowa at the time we were supposed to meet | Read More »

    Michele Bachmann Sets A Very High Bar at Right Online #RO11

    Michele Bachmann was scheduled to speak for 17 minutes at Right Online. She took an extra 18 minutes and 30 seconds.The whole speech felt like it was only a few minutes. It was funny, fascinating, informative, and powerful. She set the bar very, very high for other candidates.Her tax lawyer background showed in her speech, as did her faith. She used a dollar bill, folding | Read More »

    The Muslim Marine and More #EERS

    It’s a free for all Friday night and there is a lot to get into tonight, including today’s incident at the Pentagon.It’s also a free for all Friday night.You can listen live at and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK.Consider this an open thread.

    Rick Perry’s Scandalous Skeletons Come Out of the Closet

    At the Republican Leadership Conference this week in New Orleans and even prior to that, I have engaged in conversations with Republican politicos, donors, professional fundraiser, etc. about a possible Rick Perry bid for President.Inevitably, the conversation goes like this:THEM: What do you think?ME: He could be the guy to seal the deal as the anti-Romney guy, but I’m not sure anyone can close the | Read More »

    The Horserace for June 17, 2011

    I’m late this week to the horserace for a reason. I wanted to get a sense of the buzz in New Orleans at the Republican Leadership Conference before delving in.The event is still going on, though I am headed up to Minneapolis, MN now for Right Online where more Presidential candidates will be.This week’s big winners are obvious: Michele Bachmann and Mitt Romney. But there | Read More »