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    RedState Gathering: Deadline Extended

    RedState Gathering 2010 September 17 – 19, Austin, Texas Register for the Gathering here. Book your room here. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have extended the deadline to book your room for the RedState Gathering at the special discounted rate. You have until September 2nd to reserve your room at the group rate. After that the rooms are priced per the hotel’s normal fees. The RedState | Read More »

    Barbara Boxer: Voters don’t care about ethics!

    Barbara Boxer is the Chairman of the Senate Ethics Committee. Yes, that Senate Ethics Committee that cleared Chris “Sweetheart Mortgage” Dodd of wrongdoing not so long ago. She’s also a close friend and political ally of ethically-challenged Congresswoman Maxine Waters, as RedState has previously noted. Yes: Boxer and Waters can “look at each other and roll our eyes” when stuff liberals like them don’t like | Read More »

    Reserve Your Room for the RedState Gathering

    RedState Gathering 2010 September 17 – 19, Austin, Texas Register here. Book your room here. Ladies and Gentlemen, You have only 3 days left to book your room for the RedState Gathering at the special discounted rate. After that the rooms are priced per the hotel’s normal fees. That means you have only 3 days left to get breakfast included with your room. Only 3 | Read More »

    Socialist Health Care Kills Babies … In More Ways Than One

    Ladies and gentlemen, the people who run the Canadian health care system: Losing her first baby was devastating enough but having to do it in a crowded waiting room is what angered Christine Handrahan the most. The 29-year-old Peakes woman was nine weeks pregnant when on July 12 she started bleeding. Fearing the worst, Handrahan and her husband, Michael, headed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s | Read More »

    Maxine & Barbara Sitting In A Tree

    Late last week, news broke that Rep. Maxine Waters is facing ethics charges and has chosen to go through an ethics trial adjudicated by fellow House members. According to the LA Times, “findings on the investigation into Waters by the Office of Congressional Ethics are expected to be made public on Monday.” However, Politico reported on Friday that “Waters’s case revolves around allegations that she | Read More »

    Rationing at the Food and Drug Administration

    During the year long ObamaCare debate, there was a spirited debate of the proposition that ObamaCare would cause rationing by the federal government of services and drugs.  Government rationed health care services and drugs have evolved from rhetoric to reality.  On July 28th, Senator David Vitter (R-Louisiana) raised drug rationing concerns, because of a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pending decision to take the cancer drug Avastin off the list of approved drugs for breast cancer.   This example | Read More »

    Senator Lisa Murkowski Sells Out Conservatives — Again

    Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) has done it again.  Earlier this week we learned that Lisa Murkowski opposes the repeal of ObamaCare.  RS Insider has been informed that there is a strong push by Senate Appropriations Chairman Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) to pass S. 1011, the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act, also known as the “Akaka Bill,” this year with the active support of Senator Murkowski.  The | Read More »

    The Fury of an Idiot Scorned

    In the event that this story is true, it would appear that President Obama’s classless low blow at the Supreme Court in this year’s State of the Union address may end up being significant for more than Alito’s silently mouthed rebuttal, after all: Justice Kennedy, who turns 74 this month, has told relatives and friends he plans to stay on the high court for at | Read More »

    Kagan May Have Compared NRA to KKK

    Robert VerBruggen of National Review Online reports that Elena Kagan, President Obama’s nominee to be on the U.S. Supreme Court may have compared the NRA to the KKK.  If true this is a shocking development in what has been a low key nominations battle.  From NROnline: National Reviewhas learned that in 1996, Kagan apparently tied the NRA to the KKK — yes, the KKK — while | Read More »

    National Rifle Association’s First Amendment Sellout

    The National Rifle Association just sold out your First Amendment right to participate in the democratic process.  Sources on the Hill tell RedState that House Republican members are “furious” at the National Rifle Association (NRA) for negotiating a special provision exempting the NRA from a new campaign finance reform measure racing through Congress.  Roll Call describes the campaign finance reform measure as follows: The bill, officially the DISCLOSE Act, comes in response to the high court’s | Read More »

    President Obama’s Most Controversial Nominee

    On February 4, 2010, President Obama nominated Judge Robert N. Chatigny to be elevated to the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit.  From the President’s press release on the subject:  Judge Robert Neil Chatigny has served as a U.S. District Judge for the District of Connecticut since 1994.  He was Chief Judge of the Court from 2003 to 2009.  Judge Chatigny is being nominated | Read More »

    RedState-Truth-O-Meter – Obama Promise Broken

    Remember when President Obama said on April 18, 2009 “in the coming weeks, I will be announcing the elimination of dozens of government programs shown to be wasteful or ineffective. In this effort, there will be no sacred cows, and no pet projects. All across America, families are making hard choices, and it’s time their government did the same.” We are still waiting for this | Read More »

    Obama’s Watergate?

    With all the attention on President Obama’s bungling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the news of Congressional calls for the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate of an alleged job offer by the Obama Administration to get Congressman Joe Sestak (D-PA) out of the Pennsylvania Senate race has been pushed down the news pages. This is a serious matter and something that | Read More »

    ICYMI: The New York Times Profiles Erick

    Not too shabby. In his seven weeks as one of CNN’s newest contributors, Erick Erickson has made scarcely more than a dozen appearances on the network. But his every utterance – every Twitter message, blog post and radio rant – has been parsed with the rigor usually reserved for a Supreme Court nominee. Nice. As if you don’t already, follow Erick on Twitter here. Parse | Read More »

    Tragic Profit

    You know what’s cool?  When organizations and people engaged in political and public policy debates shamelessly exploit tragedies in order to promote their political agendas. The Left is very good at this.  But so, it turns out, is the ethanol industry. Essentially a government creation, these guys are currently seeking a whole bunch of policy changes that would further prop up their industry, using both | Read More »

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