The Watercooler ~ Citizen Ninjas & the Election Integrity Project
Conservative projects worthy of note
By: westcoastpatriette (Diary) | May 19th, 2014 at 12:38 PM | 25
In RedState’s posting rules, written by Erick Erickson, the opening paragraph includes RedState’s mission (in bold):
We have an established community at RedState that we value greatly. At the same time, we keep registration, comments, and diaries open to the public. In order to support and promote our mission of educating, motivating, and activating conservatives, we have site rules…
Sometimes, we get so embroiled in discussing everything that can be discussed in the political realm that we forget that the main mission of RedState is to “educate, motivate, and activate conservatives.” With these thoughts in mind, I hope the following information will assist those who want to get more involved in influencing the political process.
As I reported in the weekend open thread, I attended the first Unite IE Conservative Conference on Saturday. The conference was held in Riverside, CA and was a fantastically organized meeting to bring together numerous conservative organizations operating in and around Southern California. I promised to highlight at least part of the information-packed event and will share about two conservative projects that I learned about in today’s Watercooler.
The first one is called, “Citizen Ninja,” and offers workshops on “How to Become a Citizen Ninja.”:
The site has many testimonials from people who were transformed into civic-minded ninjas through the training. [read more...]