Dear Tweeps: Some Things You Should Know


OK. I’m enjoying a quiet Sunday evening at home, reading George W. Bush’s excellent memoirs, “Decision Points,” but more on that later. I’m also keeping one eye on Twitter, because I love my tweeps and, I hope, they love me back. I follow around 550 people, and about 98% of them are computer savvy, social … Continue reading

Islamodefiant on The Ed Morrissey Show


I’m still a newbie to the conservative scene. Consequently, I’m in the process of learning who the major players are, not to mention the behind the scenes folks who influence things. One of the majors I’ve missed out on until today is Ed Morrissey, HotAir.com writer and UStream radio show host, among other things. What … Continue reading

Stewart And Colbert Rally to Restore Sanity


Twitter has been abuzz with the #rally4sanity hash tag. The tag – a method of marking a word in a “tweet” as especially searchable – represents a rally to be held in Washington, DC by “funny” men Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert. This rally is to mock the “Restoring Honor” rally held by conservative Fox … Continue reading

How Much Social Networking is Too Much?


I have my blog, where I post my thoughts, opinions, rants … whatever. Then I have my Twitter account, where I chat with some really cool people. I’ve set up my blog to automatically tweet new posts, hoping to bring in traffic and comments. I use Networked Blogs to update my blog’s Facebook “fan” page … Continue reading

The 10 Biggest Dicks of the Leftist Media


(NOTE: Please read my comment attached to the end of this post!) Now that Right Wing News has published a list of the The 20 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2010 Edition), and Liberty Pundits quickly followed with its list: Hot Men 2010: The Hottest Conservative Men, it’s time for a list for … Continue reading

The “Freedom” Flotilla: Why Are There Any Liberal Jews Left in America?

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Israel, most vile and evil of all nations, has attacked a peaceful convoy of ships attempting to bring pro-Palestinian activists and much needed supplies to Hamas controlled Gaza, according to the New York Times. OK, so they didn’t call Israel vile or evil, but they might as well have. Everyone else is. People have been … Continue reading