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    Barack Obama’s Organizing for America Goes With the Nazi Mustache Too

    Earlier I showed you the video of Halvorson supporters in Illinois protesting Adam Kinzinger with posters of Adam that had Hitler mustaches on him (and Sarah Palin too).The Kinzinger campaign has emailed me and confirms the identity of some of the people, including the leader of the protest.Turns out the leader of the protest on September 15th is an employee of Organizing for America in | Read More »

    Republicans Must Remove Lisa Murkowski From The Energy Committee

    Lisa Murkowski is going to run a write-in campaign against Joe Miller, the Republican Senate nominee, in Alaska.Murkowski, during the primary against Joe Miller, used her ranking status on the Senate Energy Committee as a key selling point.Murkowski is no longer the Republican nominee and is running against the Republican nominee, forcing the GOP to spend money in Alaska it might otherwise not need to.The | Read More »

    The New York Republicans

    The New York Republican Party is in disastrous shape under the clubby leadership of Ed Cox.In a competitive year for Republicans, no strong challengers have come out of New York and the state GOP continues to lag. Want to know why?Our own Dan McLaughlin has an op-ed in the New York Post today that is well worth reading.

    Debbie Halvorson Goes With the Nazi Card

    Adam Kinzinger is running for Congress against Debbie Halvorson in Illinois.On September 15th, at an Americans for Prosperity event, left-wing protestors showed up with posters depicting Kinzinger as a Nazi. They also had pictures of Sarah Palin with Hitler mustaches, etc.The Kinzinger campaign filmed the protestors and followed them. Guess where the protestors went with their signs?Back to Debbie Halvorson’s campaign headquarters. Kinzinger is demanding | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for September 17, 2010

    RedState Morning Briefing For September 17, 2010 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. You can see the agenda of the RedState Gathering at this link. 1. Wall Street Journal: RedState Winner in 2010 Primaries 2. Constitution Day: What Does the Constitution Say About Health Care? 3. Repealing the ban on the common light bulb 4. Rick Boucher (D, VA-09) | Read More »

    From the Mailbag

    From: Subject: Erick, a real piece of sh*t and embarrassment to his Swedish ancestors Date: September 16, 2010 7:11:46 PM EDT To: Like Joe McCarthy before you, you are a fascist piece of sh*t. An anti-Christian. Fascism is attractive now in the USA, and you’ve been plowing this field for a long time. Heil, Erick! A**hole. Loren Ekroth Dr. Loren Ekrothaka “Dr. Conversation” | Read More »


    RedState Gathering 2010

    RedState Gathering AgendaFriday, September 17, 20106:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Republican Governors Association Program8:00 p.m. – Reception with Gov. Rick Perry & the RGA Saturday, September 18, 20109:00 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Welcome from Gov. Rick Perry9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Hon. Chuck DeVore10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Congressman Tom Graves (GA)10:30 – 10:45 a.m. BREAK10:45 – 11:45 a.m. American Majority Training11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. | Read More »

    Barack Obama’s World View

    Me on Barack Obama’s world view and the Democrats playing the race card.Enjoy.LINK:

    Happy Birthday Cleta Mitchell

    Not to embarrass her, but Cleta Mitchell’s name is worth knowing. Cleta is a conservative trench fighter who has helped more than a few conservatives out, including me.She’s been a great friend to me and to RedState. It is worth us saying Happy Birthday to Cleta on our front page and wish her all the best.And you all can consider this an open thread.

    Cowardly Republican Senate Aides Begin Attacking Jim DeMint

    It has begun. Republican Senate aides who desperately want the majority back so they can add an extra zero to their eventual K-Street salary package once they stop prostituting themselves to lobbyists and instead become lobbyists prostituting themselves to squishy Republicans are attacking Jim DeMint. In addition to their own self-interest, you can be sure they are expressing their bosses’ frustrations.Now, you and I both | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for September 16, 2010

    RedState Morning Briefing For September 16, 2010 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Cowardly Republican Senate Aides Begin Attacking Jim DeMint 2. ‘It’s Of No Interest to Me’ 3. Non-Voting Delegate To Congress Demands Lobbyists Pony Up 4. Meet Chris Coons (D CAND, DE-SEN). Harry Reid’s… pet. 5. The DNC’s new pizza site logo. 6. Signs of a | Read More »

    ‘It’s Of No Interest to Me’

    Ken Buck and Michael Bennet had a debate the other day. Ken Buck posed a simple question to Bennet: Did you vote for $1.5 million for an airport named after Jack Murtha that serves no more than 20 passengers a day?Bennet’s answer? Yes, “but it certainly was not of interest to me.”Buck replies, “I think $1.5 million is certainly of interest to all of us.”You | Read More »

    Non-Voting Delegate To Congress Demands Lobbyists Pony Up

    If there is one sure thing next year it is that Delegate Eleanor Norton Holmes, the Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives from the District of Columbia, will get re-elected.Ms. Holmes, who calls herself a Congresswoman despite not being elected to Congress to vote on anything, gets to sit on committees in the House of Representatives along with delegates from other territories of the | Read More »

    Didier Behaves Like Those He Campaigned Against

    In Delaware, Mike Castle is refusing to endorse Christine O’Donnell.In Florida, Bill McCollum is flirting with the Democrats.In Alaska, Lisa Murkowski is considering going write-in to cling to power.These are the faces of the establishment. They have been beaten and then took their footballs off the field.Clint Didier ran against the establishment. He ran against people like that. But it wasn’t enough. Many conservatives, myself | Read More »

    A Note on Delaware

    It took Sharron Angle 3 days to get to $500,000.00 after getting the GOP nomination in Nevada. Since then, her fundraising flow has not stopped. In Delaware, Christine O’Donnell has reached $500,000.00 in less than 24 hours from her win. Nice. P.S. You can donate to O’Donnell’s campaign here.