RedState Posting Rules
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The posting rules for redstate.com are as follows:
No profanity. No personal attacks. No harassment or demonization of a particular individual. No disruptive behavior or off-topic remarks for their own sake.
The purpose of this site is promote conservative and Republican ideals. This is our home, and we ask you kindly not to track mud into it. Revocation of posting privileges (banning) will take place after a warning of behavior which violates the intent and spirit of these rules.
The proprietors of this site are the sole and final judges and enforcers of this policy.
Concerning profanity: The rules are simple. If you have any doubt about whether to use a word or phrase, don't. If you still don't know what that means, don't post. Profanity is not necessary to make a point, add emphasis, or convey a message. There are plenty of other places on the 'net to be vulgar and base, but RedState will not be one of them.
Update [2006-6-2 16:11:26 by krempasky]: - An addendum to the posting rules. We will not allow users to sign up with accounts impersonating identifiable public figures. Which means, as a rule, we're going to make every attempt to scrutinize new accounts that purport to be such. If you have any questions - please feel free to fill out the contact form.
UPDATE by Erick On recommending blog posts: It is against site policy to recommend your own blog posts and doing so may result in the locking of your account.