I was banned by RedState
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I've been posting entries and comments at RedState since July 2004.  A few days ago my last entry there was deleted and my posting privileges were revoked.  And, despite sending two emails to RS co-founder Mike Krempasky and one to another moderator there, no one has seen fit to tell me exactly who banned me and why they did it. 
The entry that initiated the banning was Bush "Gold Card" would open borders to cheap labor. That entry made it into Google News before it was deleted.
Perhaps the reason is because I refered to Bush's "guest" worker program as "un-American". While it's easy to overuse that phrase, and it does have very negative historical connotations, if Bush's plan isn't un-American I don't know what is.
Does the reader find anything in that entry worthy of me being banned?
Obviously, I was one of the few people there who dared criticize George Bush, so perhaps that did it. Perhaps they're trying to be more like Blogs for Bush. Perhaps I should have posted things like the ludicrous "Why I Like George W. Bush (redstate.org/story/2004/7/25/155049/493), which was promoted to their front page. Instead, I concentrated on breaking news or being one of the few people who corrected widespread misconceptions about breaking news.
And, from the irony file, note that DailyKos and Mike Krempasky want you to support free speech online.
I've been banned from both their sites, so I must be doing something right.
1/24/07 UPDATE: I never did receive a good explanation for my banning, but Robert A. Hahn ("Nick Danger") or anyone else from RedState is welcome to leave a comment. And, I've since sent a few requests to RedState - and to EaglePub, their new owners and also the owners of Human Events - asking them to remove my copyrighted content from their sites. They've so far stonewalled me, despite (AFAICT) there being nothing in the RedState.org user agreement giving them the legal right to continue to display my content, to transfer my content to RedState.com and now EaglePub, or to display ads alongside my content. I may end up having to file a DMCA complaint; if anyone else wants to get involved in that leave a comment.
 I sent an email using their contact form. A day later I sent one to MK's email address. I can sign in, but there's no link allowing me to post new comments. And, I get the message "Sorry, but you don't have permission to post stories to section 'Diary'" when I try to post a new entry.
 What does the reader think it says about a group that won't even respond after banning someone who's contributed dozens of posts? Does the reader think it's ethical to ban me and then keep my copyrighted content? What I'd like is for them to delete the content and set up a redirect from my URL there to this site. Unfortunately, if they won't respond to emails I might have to send a letter.