BREAKING: Rick Scott Wins
The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that Governor Rick Scott can reject high-speed rail funds from the federal government.Scott had decided to decline high-speed rail funds for a Tampa to Orlando line and two state legislators sued him. The Florida Supreme Court had put the bipartisan lawsuit filed Tuesday on a fast track because LaHood had given Scott until Friday to accept the money.Scott, an | Read More »
No More Short Term Continuing Resolutions
I’d like to echo Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, Heritage Action for America, Jim DeMint, and a growing group of conservatives: we don’t need anymore short term continuing resolutions. Heritage Action for America has a great post up on this very point. If the President and Senate Democrats are genuine in their desire to fund the government, cut non-security spending and avoid a shutdown, H.R.1 should be | Read More »
Morning Briefing for March 4, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 4, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. No More Short Term Continuing Resolutions 2. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Meets Hitler 3. Tax-Payer Funded, Union-Run NLRB Using Google to Advertise ‘How to Start a Union 4. Libya Just Isn’t Worth US Military Casaulties 5. Wallis’ Progressive Call to Arms Misses [the] Mark 6. | Read More »
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Meets Hitler
Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is not a Nazi. But he has a history of voting for policies the Nazis championed. But he is not a Nazi. Nor is he Nazi like. He just likes a lot of policies the Nazis championed.That’s not hyperbole. That is actual fact. I wouldn’t bring this up except Sherrod Brown is calling Jim DeMint and Scott Walker “nazis” except they, | Read More »
The Incestuous World of American Politics
I get asked all the time why people are so cynical about politics. Here’s a great example: Andrea Saul, who was Charlie Crist’s communications director.Here’s one of her attacks on Marco Rubio: “As the truth begins to surface about Speaker Rubio’s double billing of taxpayers, lavish spending of Republican money, and, just today, excessive pork spending, no ad will be able to stop voters from | Read More »
Morning Briefing for March 3, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 3, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. The Passion Deficit 2. A Note to Labor Secretary Solis: Collective Bargaining Has No Place in Government 3. Secretary Chu’s Insidious Economics of Energy 4. Collective bargaining reform passes Ohio Senate. 5. Eminent domain in Texas: still work to be done.
I’m on for Neal Boortz Today
I’m filling in for the Talkmaster, Neal Boortz, today. You can listen live at http://wsbradio.com and call in at 1-877-310-2011. Consider this an open thread.
Morning Briefing for March 2, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 2, 2011 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Christians Now Considered Unfit For Foster Parenting 2. Greg Sargent Encourages Unions To Commit Violence Then Demands We Look At His Record on Palin and Arizona 3. Duplicative Programs Cost More than GOP Cuts 4. More Hackery at Politico Courtesy of Andy Barr 5. As | Read More »
Greg Sargent Encourages Unions To Commit Violence Then Demands We Look At His Record on Palin and Arizona
UPDATE: Sargent just took to Twitter and called my quoting him directly “comical lies.” That seems to be a rather damning indictment of Greg Sargent about his own writing. ——————— Greg Sargent is whining at the Washington Post, not that I pointed out his calls for union violence in Wisconsin, but that at the very end, after all was said and done, I besmirched his | Read More »
“These people are not fools. They want a world where we all live in big cities and use the sun and wind to run our lives — a return to the 14th century with 21st century hygiene.” It is not a conspiracy. Some of you think it is. It is not. A conspiracy is a secret plot by two or more people to do something | Read More »
Morning Briefing for March 1, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 1, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to get the Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Our last WWI vet passes away at age 110 2. The Non-Conspiracy 3. Washington Post’s Greg Sargent Demands Unions Get Violent. Union Goons Attack Fox Reporter. 4. Does Harry Reid Want A Government Shutdown? 5. Beyond the Left’s Talking Points: WI | Read More »
The Erick Erickson Show
I’m going live at 7:05 p.m. ET. You can listen live at http://wsbradio.com and call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK.I’ll be talking about Washington Post reporter Greg Sargent calling for union violence in Wisconsin.I’ll also be talking about the continuing resolution and Frank Buckles passing away.Plus more.Consider this an open thread.
Washington Post’s Greg Sargent Demands Unions Get Violent. Union Goons Attack Fox Reporter.
The Washington Post’s leftwing mouthpiece, Greg Sargent, who they ostensibly pay to be an objective reporter is on twitter demanding that unions in Wisconsin get violent to get their way. In what we can presume is unrelated to Greg Sargent’s call, a Fox News reporter was attacked by union thugs in Wisconsin. Once I pointed out on Twitter that Sargent was calling for unions to | Read More »
From Prostitution to Death Threats: Gordon Hintz Is One Classy Fella
UPDATED: We now have the audio from Charlie Sykes about Gordon Hintz, who appears to be trying to go from being your run of the mill john to a pimp. You can listen here. ———————————— Last week Democrat State Representative Gordon Hintz of Wisconsin received a municipal citation connected to prostitution. Hintz appears to be paying visits in one of those massage parlors that is | Read More »
Does Harry Reid Want A Government Shutdown?
If the continuing resolution is not passed by this Friday, the government will shut down — not that this is a bad thing. Everyone in Washington is claiming they don’t want a shutdown, but Harry Reid’s actions suggest he does. Instead of dealing with the continuing resolution when the Senate gets back for business this week, he will take up patent reform instead. The patent | Read More »