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    The Rise of the Machines and the Horserace #EERS

    Tonight on WSB Radio, the ATM Machine from the WSB Cafeteria takes over the Erick Erickson Show.NCR7000-D will discuss the news of the day, the GOP Presidential horse race, and why you better not turn your back on your telephone.You can hear it all live starting at 7:00 p.m. ET on this an open thread.

    Barack Obama Thinks an ATM Ate Your Job

    Yesterday, Barack Obama gave away the game. Without actually using the words, Barack Obama admitted he is completely and utterly ignorant about job creation and economics. In an interview with the Today Show, Barack Obama declared that the unemployment rate remains so high because of ATMS.Sadly, many people will agree with him because they lack the vision to see the whole picture. They see less | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 15, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 15, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. Barack Obama Thinks an ATM Ate Your Job2. A mini-Ice Age?3. Has Brad Carson has fallen behind in Oklahoma?4. Reince Priebus on NLRB, Boeing5. Dozens of Republicans Vote for Handouts to Big Labor6. Union Militants Organize Against FBI’s Terror-Tie Investigation

    What Must The Candidates Do Now? #EERS

    Tonight, we’re discussing what the candidates need to do now to recover from last night’s debate, or to build momentum.You can call in and be a part of the show at 1-800-WSB-TALK and listen live at this an open thread.

    Bachmann, Gingrich, and Romney. Oh My! And Then There’s Rick Perry.

    I think Mitt Romney did not just win the New Hampshire debate by holding his own, but legitimately won it with his answers and composure. He was unnecessarily defensive on the Afghan question, but largely showed his experience with Presidential debates. The surprise last night was Michelle Bachmann. If there was a winner of the anti-Romney coalition, Michelle Bachmann not only won, but won by | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 14, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing  For June 13, 2011Go to to get the Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Bachmann, Gingrich, and Romney. Oh My! And Then There’s Rick Perry.   2. Conservatives Must Oppose Patent ‘Reform’   3. It’s Game Time for Farm Subsidies and Ethanol in Washington   4. End subsidies to ethanol   5. Texans: It’s time to take action against | Read More »

    It’s That Time #EERS

    Time now to turn on WSB. You can listen to the live stream right here. I’ll be live from 10pm to midnight. The phone lines are open for RedState readers. You can call in at 1-800-WSB-TALK to share your views, comments, and concerns on the New Hampshire Presidential Debate. My quick take away: Newt proved he can handle the debate. Bachmann wins tonight as the | Read More »

    Live From New Hampshire: The Great Debate

    Beginning right now and through midnight tonight, I’ll be guiding you through the Presidential debate here on RedState, on WSB Radio out of Atlanta, and on CNN. Beginning at 6:00 p.m. ET click here to listen to my debate preview on WSB and CNN. With the same link, you’ll be able to listen to the debate. From 10 p.m. to midnight, keep listening and call | Read More »

    Conservatives Must Oppose Patent ‘Reform’

    Some issues are just boring. It seems as if every time they are brought up, collective eyes glaze over. Unfortunately, a lot of bad policies can escape the normal vetting process when that many people are that bored by an entire subject area. So I can understand how the latest version of patent reform—the America Invents Act (H.R. 1249)—came to be scheduled for floor consideration | Read More »

    Get Ready for the Debate

    Just a reminder that we’ll be covering the debate live here at RedState tonight. We’ll have up an interactive chat box to do debate play by play.Beginning at 6p.m., you can click here to listen to my radio pre-debate show. At 7pm, the feed will switch over to CNN’s live debate coverage. At 10p.m., with the same link, you’ll be able to get my post-debate | Read More »

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    An Important Week for the 2012 GOP Field Begins Tonight at 7pm on CNN

    The GOP’s New Hampshire Primary debate begins tonight at 8 p.m. ET. CNN is hosting the debate and you can watch it live there. Beginning at 6pm, I’ll be doing a special debate preview on WSB Radio. At 7 p.m. tonight, I’ll be on CNN participating with CNN’s preview of the debate. WSB Radio will run with the CNN audio at that time. At 8 | Read More »

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    Morning Briefing for June 13, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 13, 2011Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.Save the American Dream1. An Important Week for the 2012 GOP Field Begins Tonight at 7pm on CNN2. Free Press under pressure, Cyberterrorists get arrested, Same old FCC3. Dispatches from the Gulf … of Mexico4. Perry, Like Palin, Helps Romney. At Least Initially.5. Cedar Falls Bureaucrats to Property | Read More »

    On John Ziegler: How Easy We Trash Our Friends

    By the title, you might think I’m focusing on John Ziegler trashing Sarah Palin. I am not. And I don’t read this as trashing Sarah Palin. Sometimes people write things they actually mean that you and I disagree with.I’m instead titling this post over the angst of those coming in via twitter and email about John Ziegler’s work.For the past several years, John Ziegler has | Read More »

    Onward to New Hampshire and a Free For All Friday Night #EERS

    I’ll give you a brief overview of the New Hampshire debate tonight and it’s a free for all Friday night. RedState readers get to call in and discuss whatever is on their mind.The number is 1-800-WSB-TALK and the live stream is this an open thread.

    Dare I Point This Out?

    This write up by Amy Davidson at the New Yorker is getting passed around as a “savvy”, “smart”, and “unconventional” take on Anthony Weiner.She posits that Anthony Weiner is not a good measurer of risk.Measuring risk is what politicians do for a living—from when they decide to run, to voting to hire policemen or teachers or to go to war. One doesn’t want them to | Read More »