Saturday, May 31, 2008

I am the "first subject" in Michael Silence's new column on bloggers in the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Friday, May 30, 2008

Tammy Bruce and Ed Morrissey discuss identity politics and Hillary's endgame rhetoric on Pajamas Media's PJM political show this week.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

"Senator Biden Wants to Give Your Ex-Wife a Free Attorney..."

So says Glenn Sacks:

Biden’s latest domestic violence bill is the National Domestic Violence Volunteer Attorney Network Act, which amends Biden’s Violence Against Women Act to create an extensive network of volunteer attorneys to help abused women. The attorneys would provide free legal help in forging divorce or separation agreements and in winning child custody...

Why should only women get "free" attorneys basically provided by the government? What about low income men who cannot get custody of their children or men who are falsely accused of domestic violence--where is their free attorney? Isn't this unfair?


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

"That's a super-crappy plan"

Rachel Lucas: "I do not believe you’re going to teach anyone a “lesson” by sitting this one out or writing in Fred Thompson or Sunny Lucas. I believe that way too many people are ignoring the forest for the trees and that in doing so, they’re going to have a hand in electing Obama. Some say that’s fine because if the country’s going to be “ruined”, better that it’s ruined by a Democrat, and somehow magically we’ll come up with a fantastic, “real” conservative in 4 years even though there is no one like that on the horizon and everyone knows it. Like I said, I think that’s a super-crappy plan."

I agree.


Monday, May 26, 2008

Laura McKenna at Pajamas Media: "Let’s Give the Mommybloggers Some Respect." I agree. When I hear about the paucity of women bloggers, I just laugh. For example, the article points out that Blogher lists 3,200 self-identified mommybloggers on its blogroll, but those numbers aren’t close to their overall numbers. Some women just like to blog about other things than technology and politics. What's wrong with that and why aren't they just as important?

Sunday, May 25, 2008

New Column on Bloggers

Michael Silence has a new column in the print version of the Knoxville News Sentinel about bloggers and blogging. I wonder if people want to read about bloggers? It will be interesting to find out--seems like the material would be endless--but would it be interesting? I am sure Michael will find a way to make it so.

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