War on Dogs?
If you’re just tuning in, Ann Romney says that the Romney family dog liked riding on the roof of their car. The dog cage, Romney supporters say, had a windshield or something. The left has had a field day with this. But then the Romney campaign struck back. Barack Obama is a dog eater. Well, he was as a boy. The weed and cocaine tries | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 18, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing For April 18, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. War on Dogs? 2. WI-GOV Recall Democrats running on… property tax hikes? 3. For Some Republicans, Free Markets are Gone With the Wind
Establishment to Ron Johnson – “Get in Line”
Last year, Senator Ron Johnson (HAFA Score 94) ran for a Leadership post (not because he wanted to be in Leadership but because he wanted to change it). Roy Blunt (HAFA Score 63) beat him. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (HAFA 76) had hand picked Senator Blunt. Even though McConnell pulled out all the stops to help Blunt, Johnson still got 22 Republican votes, which | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 17, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing April 17, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. Don’t forget to file your taxes today if you haven’t already. There are millions of Americans who depend on your tax dollars for survival thanks to Obama’s economy. 1. Establishment to Ron Johnson – “Get in Line” 2. Sit Down for a Conversation with House Conservatives 3. | Read More »
The Texas Budget Compact
If Texas Democrats, or even Republicans for that matter, thought they’d have a quieter, gentler Rick Perry on their hands in the wake of his . . . um . . . temporary diversion into Presidential politics, they know better today. In a speech Monday in Houston, Perry laid out five fundamental conservative principles for the Texas Legislature to follow, essentially throwing down the gauntlet | Read More »
We Need Ted Cruz
On Friday, candidates for US Senate in Texas squared off in a debate. I have made clear my view that Ted Cruz is the only candidate with a proven commitment to conservatism and that he is the guy to beat David DewCrist, the candidate everyone knows to be a squish but who deftly continues to hide behind the conservatism of Governor Perry and the people | Read More »
3…2…1… Blast Off!
For those of you in Washington, D.C. today, I’ve got a deal for you — free empanadas. For breakfast, go to the Capitol South metro station. For lunch, head to Farragut Square. Did I mention they are free? The empanadas will be from the food truck, DC Empanadas. You’ll get coffee and other beverages too. This is so exciting and long overdue. Our sister publication, | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 16, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing April 16, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. 3…2…1… Blast Off! 2. Romney takes an early lead 3. David Axelrod Endorses Mitt Romney for President 4. Cook: State Republican parties gave national GOP 9 seats for 2012. 5. A Little Perspective, Please.
BREAKING: David Axelrod Endorses Mitt Romney for President
Breaking news with a hat tip to Kevin Eder for highlighting it for me: David Axelrod, Chief Strategist for President Barack Obama, endorsed Mitt Romney for President on Fox News Sunday this morning. He told Chris Wallace, “The choice in this election is between an economy that produces a growing middle class and that gives people a chance to get ahead and their kids a | Read More »
The Need For New Talking Points #EERS
Tonight on the show I’m going to talk about the need for new talking points on taxes. i think a lot of Republicans don’t get the issue and I’m going to do my best to explain why. When Barack Obama is trying to make a moral case for tax increases, it’s never good to see the GOP fall back to “tax cuts” and accounting explanations. | Read More »
I am not sufficiently outraged about all the comments this week about stay at home moms. I’m sorry I refuse to be your outrage pimp on this issue. I won’t deny you your outrage. I recognize much of it is legitimate. But I want the Democrats and the left to say what they truly believe about stay at home moms. I don’t want to be | Read More »
Texas Senate Debate: Will Dewhurst Defend His Moderate Record?
Friday evening is the big live-televised Texas Senate debate — with a twist. After skipping over 30 grassroots candidate debates, the man in the race with the money and name ID, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, is actually scheduled to show up. It’s logical to ask why DewCrist would debate his opponents when he would just be giving them more attention and free air time. This | Read More »
In for Neal Boortz Till 10am. Then Herman Cain.
I’m filling in for Neal Boortz today until 10:00 a.m. ET. Then I’m passing the microphone over to Herman Cain who’ll be in for Neal till 1pm. You can listen live tonight on the WSB live stream and call in at 1-877-310-2100. Consider this an open thread.
Hilary Rosen’s specific point was that Ann Romney, not having been in the workforce outside the home, cannot really relate to women in the workforce. I disagree. Here’s why. In my experience, with both a stay at home mom raising me, my wife a stay at home mom, and many of my friends married to stay at home moms, the stay at home mother typically | Read More »
Morning Briefing for April 13, 2012
RedState Morning Briefing April 13, 2012 Go to www.RedStateMB.com to getthe Morning Briefing every morning at no charge. 1. Elitism 2. On Ann Romney and Hilary Rosen and the War on Women 3. Does the Catholic League Use Colons? 4. The Harriet Miers Presidential Campaign