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I am like so many Tea Partyers who have been drawn into the political realm to take an axe to the root of the tyrannical monstrosity our federal government has become. With God, all things are possible...


    The Watercooler ~ Friday’s Open Thread

    I think something’s wrong with me. Sometimes the sheer absurdity of politics makes me want to start acting out — like a satirical drama or a song filled with lunatic lyrics. But, try as I may to get away from RedState and this — what appears to be a new addiction — I can’t stay away. I’m a person who has little patience for pretense | Read More »

    The Watercooler ~ An Open Thread

    With so much change and upheaval going on in America, sometimes we need to pause and give ourselves and our side of the political battle credit where it is due. I mean, especially those of us who frequent RedState. We are activists after all, and we cannot be expected to labor endlessly without seeing tangible results. For me, that includes gloating just a little over | Read More »

    The Watercooler ~ Shutdown Showdown Open Thread: UPDATE

    UPDATE: While still unable to access a vote tally, the Senate this afternoon voted to approve the bill from the House to continue paying the military in the event of an almost certain government shutdown. Certainly aren’t hearing much about that in press reports, are we? *** In this latest piece from Politico, Senator Harry Reid has convinced President Obama to cancel plans to meet | Read More »

    Black State Senator Leaves Dems and Explains, “Why I Am A Republican”

    Had to pass on this video. Could it be that the blacks are finally opening their eyes and realizing that the Democrat Party in America has always historically been their worst enemy? And could it be that our first black president — Barack Hussain Obama — helped wake up the blacks by embarrassing them as they watched the most radical liberal push them further into | Read More »

    The Watercooler ~ Friday’s Open Thread

    ~ Promoted from the Diaries. Thank you Westcoastpatriette for providing these informative open threads to the community. – Aaron Gardner

    The local television stations broadcast the funeral of Riverside Police Officer Michael Crain — one of the officers whose life was cut short by crazed ex-LAPD officer Christopher Dorner — in its entirety on Wednesday.

    It was stunning. There was more than 8,000 people in attendance, 4,000 of whom were uniformed police officers from around the state and some from out of state. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Governor Jerry Brown were also in attendance.

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