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    Morning Briefing for January 17, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For January 17, 2011Go to to get the Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. Just a quick note: I’ll be filling in for Neal Boortz today on his nationally syndicated show. You can listen from 9am to noon right here. Neal’s long time producer Royal Marshall died suddenly over the weekend. The first hour of the show will be a tribute | Read More »

    Congratulations Reince Priebus

    He’s not the guy a lot of tea party activists wanted nationwide, but I’ve been inundated with calls from ardent defenders of his this past week from Wisconsin who say he was a significant player in the profound turn around up there.That so many have called this week to support him — people who are authentically and unquestionably grassroots — is encouraging.Congratulations to Reince Priebus, the | Read More »

    Cruz or Williams in Texas

    The rumor is that, as we all expected David Dewhurst, who is more like DewCrist, is going to be running for Kay Bailey Hutchison’s Senate seat. Senator Hutchison has said she is not going to run again. DewCrist has the money and is the man to beat. We must beat him. In a state with no income tax, DewCrist is on record supporting an income | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for January 14, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For January 14, 2011 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. The RNC Race and the Truce on Truces 2. Gun Control and the Tucson Shootings 3. Dupnik Refudiated in President’s Speech 4. Coats for Kids fires guy for agreeing with Obama? 5. On the Oil Spill Commission Report

    Have You Heard Yet?

    Almost done with the first week of the Erick Erickson Show. You can listen live at You can call in too at 1-800-WSB-TALK.Consider this an open thread.

    The President’s Speech and Killing Sarah Palin

    What was billed as a “memorial service” in Arizona last night was more of a pep-rally and celebration of life. It was complete with sloganeering, bumper stickers, and t-shirts.It is what was needed.What’s more, Mr. Obama gave a stunning rebuke to his own base who’ve engaged in a horrific blame game all week. But at a time when our discourse has become so sharply polarized | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for January 13, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For January 13, 2011 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. The President’s Speech and Killing Sarah Palin 2. Suddenly the Media is Concerned About Tone 3. Thoughtful, On-Target Palin Responds To Attacks; Left Loses Last Grip On Reality 4. Herman Cain announces presidential exploratory committee 5. Witness to Atrocity

    Another From the Mail Bag

    From: Subject: Go F**k Yourselves Date: January 12, 2011 9:57:50 PM EST To: What a bunch of freaking weirdos. Good God, and you actually have the gall to call yourselves Christians? You’re f**king fascists, and Jesus doesn’t love you.


    From the Mail Bag

    The atheists and twinkie eaters at Media Matters, also known as the Westboro Baptist D.C. Branch, are enraged that I dared mention Jesus and the absence of discussing him in the debate over Arizona. For a great taste of it, you should check my twitter feed. But having just received this, it gives you a good taste of the Godless: From: Karl Schneider Subject: F**k | Read More »


    The Blame Game and my Tirade

    So Cornell Belcher, as I mentioned earlier, wanted to accuse the tea party movement and the right of being much more vitriolic than the left.That kind of set me on a tirade. With great demand from many of you, CNN was kind enough to get the video into an embeddable file. Here now is my tirade:


    Suddenly the Media is Concerned About Tone

    Last night on John King USA I tried very hard to keep my blood from boiling. Cornell Belcher, a very good guy, tried to claim that the right’s history of rhetoric is worse than the left’s.I’ll meet you half way on that, just for the sake of argument, and say the left and right can at times be equally vile, but only for the sake | Read More »

    Jonathan Pollard

    I have known Jennifer Rubin for a while and really like her, but I am terribly befuddled about her Washington Post blog “Right Turn.” It has descended into advocacy of getting the traitor Jonathan Pollard out of prison.First, I have no idea why that has anything to do with coverage of conservatives and secondly, I think she’s gone a bridge too far now.Certainly there are | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for January 12, 2011

    RedState Morning Briefing For January 12, 2011 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Jonathan Pollard 2. What’s Missing 3. Sanders puts Tucson attack in fundraising crosshairs. 4. The Stone-Throwing AFL-CIO Boss Who Lives in a Glass House

    The Premiere of the Erick Erickson Show

    Tonight at 9:00 p.m. ET, you can tune in to the premiere of the Erick Erickson Show on WSB Atlanta. The signal can be picked up all over on AM 750 and in much of Georgia on 95.5 FM. You can also click the “listen live” button at call in number is 404-872-0750 in the Atlanta area and 1-800-WSB-TALK elsewhere.You’ll like the intro music.By | Read More »

    What’s Missing

    “Whether you believe it or not, here is the reality: beyond us is a world we cannot see with our eyes — a world of very real angels and very real demons, of a very real God and a very real devil. ” I am tired of talking about the Arizona shooting. The left has done its best to try to pin it on the | Read More »