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Archive for the 'Blogging' Category

Maintenance Note

by @ Sunday, December 4th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, News About The Site

One of the files in the template that I’ve been using here seems to have been corrupted. The site is going to look a little odd for awhile until I figure out what happened.

Like A Thief In The Night

by @ Sunday, November 27th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, Outside The Beltway

I haven’t posted much here recently, with my political blogging being now mostly at Outside The Beltway and my own indecision about what I should do next with this site. Nonetheless, I feel it necessary to say something about the news at OTB today from its founder, James Joyner, that his wife had passed away […]

Saturday Mental Health Break

by @ Saturday, July 23rd, 2011. Filed under Blogging

Because it’s too damn hot, and Washington is too damn insane, here’s a chimpanzee riding on a Segway:

Six Years Ago Today

by @ Monday, July 4th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, News About The Site

It was six years ago today that I first dipped my toes into the blogosphere. It’s been an interesting little journey, with traffic hits coming from everyone from Michelle Malkin to Glenn Reynolds. I’ve met a number of good people since I started this and, while  I’m not doing most of my political blogging over […]

Ron Paul And Gary Johnson

by @ Tuesday, April 26th, 2011. Filed under Blogging, Outside The Beltway

I am quoted in this Daily Caller article about the differences between Ron Paul and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson. For those of you arriving here from the link in that article, you can find most of my current political writing over at Outside The Beltway.

United Liberty Podcast: National Debt, 2012 Politics, And A Little Bit Of Drinking

by @ Tuesday, January 18th, 2011. Filed under Blogging

On Saturday, Jason Pye, Brett Bittner, Mike Hassinger, and myself sat down and recorded one of the too-infrequent United Liberty Podcasts. We talked about the National Debt, the start of the 112th Congress, and the opening moves of the 2012 Presidential campaign. And at least one of us was drinking at the time. You can […]

Happy Fifth Anniversary To The Liberty Papers

by @ Monday, November 22nd, 2010. Filed under Blogging, The Liberty Papers

It was five years ago today that The Liberty Papers was born. At the time, Eric Cowperthwaite, who had founded the blog but has since moved on the other opportunities, described the purpose of this new blog in this post: The goal is to create a repository of writing and thinking on classic liberal thoughts, […]

Debating The War On Earmarks

by @ Monday, November 15th, 2010. Filed under Blogging, Congress, Politics

Over at United Liberty, Jason Pye and I debate the War on Earmarks, specifically whether it really matters  considering the substantial fiscal issues facing the nation. As I have in many posts here and at OTB, I take the position that it is a  diversion from the real fiscal battles that need to be fought. […]

Mid-Term-A-Palooza Live Blog

by @ Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010. Filed under 2010 Elections, Blogging, Elections, Outside The Beltway, Politics

I’ll be participating in a live blog of tonight’s election returns at United Liberty along with Jason Pye and whoever else shows up. We’ll start sometime around 6:45pm and continue until, well, perhaps until the Alaska write-in votes are counted  in two weeks (not really). I will also be posting occasional posts at Outside The […]

Pre-Election Podcasting

by @ Thursday, October 28th, 2010. Filed under 2010 Elections, Blogging, Elections, Politics

Last night, I took part in a special pre-election podcast over at United Liberty along with Jason Pye, Brett Bittner, Stephen Gordon, Mike Hassinger, and Shana Kluck. We spent most of our time focusing on the Senate races in Florida, Kentucky, Nevada, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Colorado, but the conversation also wandered off into an […]

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