Today is the 66th anniversary of D-Day

RedState.com offered this simple, eloquent tribute:

June 6, 1944 an open thread Posted by streiff 6/6/2010

One of RedState’s readers left this quote with their comments:

“One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson

In his remembrance of D-Day American Power Blog’s […]

The Best Christmas Present Ever: Senator DeMint Objects to the Appointment of the Conferees

Posted by Dan Perrin RedState.com December 24, 2009

When Senator DeMint engineered, and Republican Leader McConnell actually objected to the appointment of the conferees, he was really handing the ball off to the left wingers — progressives if you will — and now they have their shot to either hold their own clan members who […]

How is Obamacare to be stopped?

by Scott Johnson Power Line December 13, 2009

Over at Redstate, Erick Erickson makes an impassioned plea for Republican Senators to stop Obamacare in its tracks. Erickson essentially argues that unused parliamentary devices could and should be used by Republicans to oppose Obamacare in the Senate.

It’s a terrific post and I couldn’t agree more […]

Democrats Trying to Orchestrate Bi-Partisan Gas Tax Increase

Posted by Erick Erickson RedState.com Friday, November 20th 2009

Got this from a high level source:

I just came from dinner and recognized the voices beside me. It was Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) and three other Democrats. I knew the other faces but names escape me.

They were strategizing on how to raise the gas tax. […]

Obama Adminstration Intends to Purge Republicans From the Civil Service

Remember how the Democrats reacted when the Bush Administration started replacing U.S. Attorneys? At least they were actually political appointees employed at the will and whim of the President.

by Erick Erickson Thursday, November 12th 2009

Via Instapundit comes word that the federal government’s Office of Personnel Management (OPM) intends to purge the federal government […]

Barbara Boxer’s Bipolar Bipartisanship

Posted by Caleb Howe RedState.com November 5th 2009

As Moe foreshadowed on Tuesday, SENATOR Barbara Boxer decided to make an end-run around Republicans on the Senate Environmental and Public Works Committee by voting on cap-and-trade legislation with no Republicans present. The Briefing room reports today on the SENATOR’s rule-breaking:

Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) today on […]