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    Morning Briefing for June 3, 2010

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 3, 2010 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Today is my Birthday 2. Where has all the outrage gone? 3. Greg Sargent Serves Up a Whopper 4. The Great Divorce 5. The “W” word and the South Carolina Strategy 6. Romanoff, White House aide admit jobs talk 7. What’s Going on with Obama | Read More »

    The “W” word and the South Carolina Strategy

    I got a lot of flack for stringing the media along last week Will Folks style. Even some good friends thought I was grasping at straws and my case for pointing the finger at Andre Bauer was too nebulous.Guess what? Following up on Moe, Andre Bauer fired his campaign consultant Larry Marchant yesterday. Why? Well, let’s back up.Will Folks and Larry Marchant are connected and | Read More »

    What’s Going on with Obama and the Military?

    There is a real internal fight shaping up that I suspect is going to fester into a significant wound to Barack Obama’s Presidency.The Joint Chiefs of Staff are in open and public rebellion against the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs over Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Most troubling, the Obama administration neither consulted nor advices the Chiefs before rushing off the congress with the proposal to | Read More »

    BREAKING: Jim Greer Arrested

    NN is reporting that the former Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida, Jim Greeer, has been arrested.Greer was Charlie Crist’s hand picked chairman of the Florida GOP and together they collaborated on destroying Marco Rubio. Part of their plan involved leaking out the credit card scandal and targeting it toward Marco Rubio.Well, it just blew up in their faces.

    Can You Help Nikki Haley Fight Back

    he has out a new ad. She needs money to keep it up on the air in South Carolina.GO HERE AND DONATE.

    The Great Divorce

    People on the right often look at corporations and this administration and see an administration hostile to the free market. Therefore, we defend the corporations.It is natural and it should be the default. At the same time, however, we should be willing to point out the massive ties between British Petroleum and the Obama Administration.From Rahm Emanuel to Barack Obama’s own campaign coffers to pollster | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 2, 2010

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 2, 2010 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Washington Bleeding in Alabama 2. The EPA, Starring In James Cameron’s ‘The Oil Spill’ 3. Gallup generic ballot suggests 45 seat Republican gain 4. The Face of Sanctions 5. Haley, Sheheen lead in South Carolina 6. Free Press goes all-in on censorship

    Washington Bleeding in Alabama

    onight in Alabama the Democrats were crushed. Democrats crushed even Democrats. Popular congressman Artur Davis, running for Governor of Alabama, was crushed with an anti-Washington message.Parker Griffith, the Democrat turned Republican was likewise crushed by challenger Mo Brooks who pounded on Griffith for being a Washington opportunist.It’s easy for us to say this is a Democrat bloodbath, but the truth of the matter is this | Read More »

    Richard Pombo, Jeff Denham, Jim Patterson, and Finding a Candidate

    As June 8th approaches and the California primary looms large, conservatives nationwide will no doubt be watching and rooting for conservative Senate candidate Chuck DeVore to pull out a win for the chance to take down Barbara Boxer. But there is another race that we should all be watching, because it presents an equally stark contrast in candidates, if one only does a little digging. | Read More »

    Morning Briefing for June 1, 2010

    RedState Morning Briefing For June 1, 2010 Go to to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Obama’s Potemkin Presidency 2. Fail: Obama Admin Now Even Failing at Chicago Style Politics 3. Congress Fails. Part 931. 4. A Note On The Company You Keep 5. Obama’s Oil Spill Dilemma 6. The Inside Skinny on Offshore Regulation 7. Reading is not a strength | Read More »

    Memorial Day 2010

    HEADQUARTERS GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC General Orders No.11, WASHINGTON, D.C., May 5, 1868 The 30th day of May, 1868, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of their country during the late rebellion, and whose bodies now lie in almost every city, village, and hamlet church-yard in the land. In this | Read More »

    The FTC’s Attack

    Mark Tapscott has your very much must read: Everybody who wants independent journalism had better wake up to these three facts about what is going on right now:

    My Goodness

    I can’t say that I am surprised by the level of aggravation and acrimony in the comments of my “Letting the Chips Fall” post. I certainly promised more than I delivered. You should have seen the first six drafts. They were much better.For the few cheery souls remaining, I appreciate that you got the point — it’s exactly what Will Folks has been doing, but | Read More »

    Letting the Chips Fall Where They May

    “The problem is that any time you have a largely uninformed and uneducated electorate, that kind of lowest common denominator mudslinging can be effective.” — Will Folks.We’ve been dragging on and on all week led by Will Folks on a never ending wild goose chase of the salacious in South Carolina. The media, more national press than local press, has gone along willingly on the | Read More »

    Naming Names

    ithout a guilty plea for beating a woman, but with a Devil May Care attitude,’s fearless editor, Erick Erickson, endeavoring to write about himself in the third person, though omniscient or limited is still up for grabs, will now proceed to dish out the dough and let the chips fall where they may in the whole sordid affair in South Carolina.Only today did intrepid | Read More »