I’m Filling in for Herman Cain Tonight
I’m filling in for Herman Cain on WSB tonight from 7pm to 10pm ET. You can listen on 750AM in a lot of places around the country (it comes in well at night) and also 95.5 FM in Atlanta.I’m declaring tonight Wide Open Wednesday and opening the phone lines. The call in number is 1-800-WSB-TALK.You can listen live online at http://wsbradio.com or at http://www.hermancain.org/.Consider this | Read More »
Wednesday’s Edition of the 2012 Poll
OK. Rick Perry and Rick Santorum, both struggling to crack 200 votes, are off the list.There are ten names left. Take your pick. Who is your 2012 candidate of choice? Who is your 2012 candidate of choice? Haley Barbour John Bolton Herman Cain Mitch Daniels Newt Gingrich Mike Huckabee Sarah Palin Tim Pawlenty Mike Pence Mitt Romney Free polls from Pollhost.com
Lindsey Graham Gives Away the Game
There has been a lot of speculation this week about why the GOP rolled over in the Senate on virtually every issue. From Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’s repeal to START to you name it — the GOP became the party of capitulation. So much so that even Lindsey Graham is blasting the Senate GOP “for a ‘capitulation … of dramatic proportions’ to Democrats and Senate Majority | Read More »
Morning Briefing for December 22, 2010
RedState Morning Briefing For December 22, 2010 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. From all of us at RedState to each and every one of you, have a very Merry Christmas! I’ll see you in your inbox again next Tuesday and I’ll be online every day at RedState.com God bless,— Erick 1. Lindsey Graham Gives Away the Game 2. | Read More »
The Tuesday Edition of the 2012 Vote
Jeb Bush is out of the poll, having been the lowest vote getter. Added in today are both Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum. They were left out in an oversight and the conspiracy theorists for Newt in particular have put Mo-Rons, those who want more Ron Paul, to shame.So here you go: Who is your 2012 candidate of choice? Haley Barbour John Bolton Herman Cain | Read More »
Go Green, Kill People!
Steven Crowder has out another great video. Consider this an open thread.
Morning Briefing for December 21, 2010
RedState Morning Briefing For December 21, 2010 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. Just a brief note: the Morning Briefing will take a Christmas vacation later this week. On Thursday, Friday, and Monday we’ll have some down time.— Erick 1. It Was Ever Thus 2. Anti-Obamacare = Pro-Slavery? 3. “The System Worked”: Man Boards Plane with Loaded Gun 4. | Read More »
Paring Down 2012
Here is round 2. I’ve removed both John Thune, who came in last, and David Petraeus, who came in second to last. They both got less than 500 votes out of 19,657 cast.So, with them out, now where do those 868 votes go? Who is your candidate for 2012? Haley Barbour John Bolton Jeb Bush Herman Cain Mitch Daniels Mike Huckabee Sarah Palin Tim Pawlenty | Read More »
Gays, Hispanics, and National Security, Oh My!
It’s not lions and tigers and bears we’re dealing with this morning, but gays, Hispanics, and national security.Over the weekend, the United States Senate voted to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Suddenly there are reports in the media about gays currently serving in the military. Who knew there were any?!But in siding with their gay constituents, Democrats threw their Hispanic constituents under the bus — | Read More »
Morning Briefing for December 20, 2010
RedState Morning Briefing For December 20, 2010 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. Just a brief note: the Morning Briefing will take a Christmas vacation later this week. On Thursday and Friday and Monday we’ll have some down time.— Erick 1. Gays, Hispanics, and National Security, Oh My! 2. An Avenue for Mike Pence? 3. Potemkin Villages of Democratic | Read More »
2012 Asked Another Way
UPDATE from Erick: I’ve posted a duplicate for Sunday so yesterday’s link doesn’t break. In the morning I’ll take off the lowest vote getter.————-Due to a bunch of requests, I’m putting this up this way so you can pick from the full slate of candidates.I have not added people like Chris Christie and Bobby Jindal because they have been fairly adamant that they are not | Read More »
2012 Asked Another Way
Due to a bunch of requests, I’m putting this up this way so you can pick from the full slate of candidates.I have not added people like Chris Christie and Bobby Jindal because they have been fairly adamant that they are not running and are giving every hint in private that they are not running. Consequently, I’m leaving out an “other” category as well. This | Read More »
This Time of Year
I wrote a column in today’s Macon Telegraph, my local paper, about this time of year. I figured I’d pass it on here. You can go here to the Telegraph to get the full thing. There’s just so much going on this year that I think it is sometimes important just to stop and reflect on things.This is an unusual Christmas in the Erickson household. | Read More »
An Avenue for Mike Pence?
Ron Brownstein has a very interesting article out today for National Journal about how the field of candidates is shaping up for 2012. He posits that the field is shaping up to be between managers like Mitt Romney and populists like Sarah Palin.I think that is, largely, a false dichotomy, but if you change what he means by “manager” I think he is on to | Read More »
“It will be important for conservatives to draw clear lines in the sand their leadership dare not cross before the debt ceiling fight.” As was buzzing around twitter last night, if you’d said a year ago that in 2010 a Democratic House of Representatives would have voted for the Bush Tax Cuts with a greater margin than the Republicans, the rest of us would have | Read More »