Josh Mandel: A candidate to get excited about
I have to be honest with you. With the exception of Ted Cruz and Michael Williams in Texas and Jeff Flake in Arizona, I am not really that excited about any of the Senate races this year. There are few solid conservative rockstars out there.And yes, if you are thinking I am ignoring candidate X in your state, I’ve thought of them. They’re good. But | Read More »
Today on Twitter #AskDems
Today at noon on Twitter the Democrats are going to have a “townhall” where you can ask them questions.Use the hashtag #askdems and fire away starting at 12:00 p.m. ET.More than a dozen lawmakers, including Reps. Mike Honda (Calif.), John Larson (Conn.) and John Garamendi, (Calif.) will be fielding questions about the budget and the GOP spending bill on the social messaging site. Questions can | Read More »
Morning Briefing for March 10, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 10, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. House Leadership Let Obamacare Expansion Pass2. The Wisconsin GOP has had enough.3. Joe Manchin: The Cowardly Faux Moderate4. White House to Union-Controlled NLRB: Shush now! Be quiet!
Morning Briefing for March 9, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 9, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.We Got CapsWe have RedState caps. We sure do. I’ve got some at the house now and they are good looking caps.The caps come in, naturally, red, but also in khaki, and black.They actually are good quality caps and the RedState logo makes them look sharp.1. Reid: NEA | Read More »
We Got Caps
We have RedState caps. We sure do. I’ve got some at the house now and they are good looking caps.The caps come in, naturally, red, but also in khaki, and black.They actually are good quality caps and the RedState logo makes them look sharp.
Morning Briefing for March 8, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 8, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. Small government wins another election in Europe2. Blame the Democrats for High Gas Prices3. The Seed Corn Is What’s For Breakfast4. The Return of the Balanced Budget Amendment5. Bill Gates Weighs in on Wisconsin…Sort of.
Blame the Democrats for High Gas Prices
In the Atlanta area, where I am, gas prices are up $0.77 from where they were a year ago. It is worth noting that Democrats have been politicizing and blocking expanded oil drilling for quite some time. Consider this:”Critics (of Arctic drilling), including Sen. John F. Kerry, D-Mass., say the drilling plan would violate the nation’s last remaining pristine wilderness. Moreover, they charge, the oil | Read More »
I hope the left will be accurate in its criticism
Many on the left are criticizing Speaker Boehner for the decision to keep Frank Buckles from lying in state in the Capitol Rotunda.This is not a partisan matter. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is joining John Boehner in the decision.I believe they are both wrong, but I do think it is both unfair and unwise to solely point the finger at John Boehner.Frank Buckles and | Read More »
Morning Briefing for March 7, 2011
RedState Morning Briefing For March 7, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to get the Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Speaker Boehner & Harry Reid, Allow Frank Buckles Into the Rotunda 2. Reid’s Obstructionism May Cause Government Shutdown 3. TN Democrats go, charitably, nuts over teacher reform bills. 4. NJ Union Caught Interfering With Turnpike Bidding Process Gets Shown the Exit | Read More »
Speaker Boehner & Harry Reid, Allow Frank Buckles Into the Rotunda
[UPDATED:] Press reports this evening indicate that Senator Harry Reid is siding with John Boehner on this. The post has been updated to reflect that.I think Speaker John Boehner and Harry Reid are making a terrible mistake.The Speaker’s Office and the Senate Majority Leader are blocking a request that Frank Buckles be allowed to lie in state (or in honor as the case may be) | Read More »
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 outspoken | 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, 2011Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge.1. No More Short Term Continuing Resolutions2. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) Meets Hitler3. Tax-Payer Funded, Union-Run NLRB Using Google to Advertise ‘How to Start a Union4. Libya Just Isn’t Worth US Military Casaulties5. Wallis’ Progressive Call to Arms Misses [the] Mark6. Olympic Logo Secret Message SCANDAL!!
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 seeing | Read More »