Tag: "Blogs and Blogging"

I Got 99 Problems But A Gig AinŐt One

I Got 99 Problems But A Gig Ain’t One

| November 1, 2011 | Comments (5)

My former editor at News Real Blog, David Swindle, was recently hired by Pajamas Media and he has launched a brand-new section over there called PJM Culture. It looks to be a mash-up of politics and pop culture, sort of like what might happen if they blended the PJ Tatler and PJ Lifestyle blogs (Note: [...]

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Beware the Howling Mob

Beware the Howling Mob

| October 18, 2011 | Comments (2)

In her latest book Demonic: How the Liberal Mob Is Endangering America (which I’ve yet to read, though it’s parked on my Wish List), Ann Coulter details how the elements of mob mentality are also the central elements of the progressive worldview.

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Football, Inspiration, and Stacy.

Football, Inspiration, and Stacy.

| October 3, 2011 | Comments (4)

I was reading Stacy McCain’s blog today and came across something very useful to me that I believe will be useful to you as well. He is suffering from a malady that strikes every blogger at some point in their writing career — chopped liver syndrome — but it’s hitting him particularly hard today and, in [...]

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Blogger/Activist for Congress?

| September 27, 2011 | Comments (0)

Though I don’t know him personally, I have heard of conservative activist and New Media star Steve Foley, but I have certainly heard of him. He worked hard to build up his blog The Minority Report then turned the social capital he built there into effective grassroots political work in New York and Massachusetts during [...]

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Instapundit Turns Ten

| August 8, 2011 | Comments (0)

Today is the tenth anniversary of Instapundit, Glenn Reynold’s blog de tutti bloggi that inspired hundreds, if not thousands, of writers to start their own ventures on the internet. It’d be hard to detail the influence the Professor has had on the blogosphere, though I’m sure an “Instapundit Family Tree” would make an interesting thesis [...]

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My Crazy Idea: The Great Tip Jar Rattling of 2011.

My Crazy Idea: The Great Tip Jar Rattling of 2011.

| July 24, 2011 | Comments (29)

Let me toss a few number at you. These are fundraising totals, for the first half of 2011 (candidates’ figures from Open Secrets). The Republican National Committee: $36.6 million ($6.7 million in June alone). Mitt Romney: $18.3 million. Ron Paul: $4.5 million. Tim Pawlenty: $4.5 million. Michele Bachmann: $3.6 million. Herman Cain: $2.55 million. Newt Gingrich: [...]

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How Selfish Bloggers and a Hapless GOP Are Choking the Life from the Independent, Conservative Blogosphere

| July 18, 2011 | Comments (18)

John Hawkins wrote a post today called “The Slow, Painful Coming Death Of The Independent, Conservative Blogosphere” wherein he pretty much advised every right-wing blogger to either pull down big traffic numbers of quit. That’s it. No advice for how to get that big traffic. No mention of smaller bloggers who are doing a good [...]

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Why I Suck at Blogging and What It Will Take For You Not To

| July 12, 2011 | Comments (15)

I’ve been a blogger for over seven years, and in all that time there is only one thing about blogging about which I’m certain. I suck at it. Let me give you a quote from Stacy McCain to help explain why that’s so and, hopefully, why you will care. Being an intensively competitive personality is [...]

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