As The Times continues to change – becoming more digital, becoming more global, looking for new ways to make money as print advertising declines – it frequently adds new features or puts more emphasis on established ones, like video….
I wrote a few months ago about one such decision I...
I have been traveling since about 6 this morning.
What did I miss?
Do we have amnesty yet? Has Snowden officially gone over to the other side yet? Is IRS-gate still a “gate”?
Patricia sent me this email:
What do we have to do to … push you into the top slot?
referring to TaxProf’s latest ...
507 visits per day isn’t a lot for a blog, unless...
I haven’t read The Times of London since it erected its massive paywall.
The Gannett local papers, such as the Ithaca Journal, allow a certain number of visits, but the pop-up warnings pretty much have me not visiting.
I rarely visit The Providence Journal since it’s paywall went up, except to visit occasionally...
Are bloggers entitled to constitutional protection, Dick Durbin wonders out loud.
I have a better question, are Senators entitled to anything?
Is the 1st amendment out of date?youtu.be/05-FJd6q390
— Myiq2xu (@realmyiq2xu) May 27, 2013
Thumbs Up for comments are back.
Thumbs Down for comments are back.
You voted to bring it back, and we have. ...
Here’s the bummer: right-wing blogs are read by only a fraction of the electorate, and so the good information put out there by the professor is almost without voice in the grand scheme of things. The truth he utters deserves greater audience.
The tragedy is that right-wing bloggers, while being something like...
I previously have posted about doom and gloom for the small conservative blogosphere, first in response to a post by John Hawkins about how bloggers need to go big or go home, Is there a place for me?
From Trochilus Tales, NJ Superior Court Judge: Blogger Protected By State Shield Law:
A New Jersey Superior Court Judge, Karen M. Cassidy, A.J.S.C., has issued a written opinion (posted by CountyWatchers, here and hereafter cited as “decis”) quashing a subpoena that had been issued by the Union County Prosecutor, Theodore Romankow, whose...
As you know, we are hoping to do an even better job in the coming year at bringing you research, analysis and activism you will not find elsewhere.
In order to do that, we are going to require resources which our...
Last Monday I appeared as a guest of The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization to give a talk at my alma mater, Hamilton College.
AHI is not affiliated with Hamilton. To the contrary, as discussed here before, Hamilton would not allow AHI on campus after the left-wing faculty who...
Anne forwarded this depressing Advertising Age article to me, As Ad Rates Sink, More Websites Explore Ad-Free Business:
This is web publishing in 2013, when declining ad rates and the sense that each buck is harder to get than the last is leading increasing numbers of publishers to strip out the ads and...
The thumbs up/down feature is not working as to comments (it still works as to posts.
As mentioned before, it’s some sort of technical glitch arising out of the “restore” that took place last week.
Apparently people have noticed because there have been many comments about it as well as emails. In fact, people...
I sent a similar question via the Contact page at the RNC website.
I’ll let you know if I hear back.
— Legal Insurrection (@LegInsurrection) March 20, 2013
Last year Legal Insurrection received the ignominious CPAC award for Most Underrated Blog.
I knew we were nominated for Blog of the Year this year, to be voted on by other bloggers, but given the competition I put it out of my mind as not even close to a possibility.
Via John Hawkins:
The 11th Annual Blogger Awards...
The RNC rolled out its 100-page report on what went wrong in 2012 and what could be done better.
The report has 39,136 words in it.
One word is missing.
Tells you everything you need to know.
Even when the report does mention “social media,” it’s in the context of getting out the vote or...
I’m proud to announce the re-launch of Hispolitica. Hispolitica brings a balanced journalistic approach to the issues and concerns of Hispanics in light of their increasing influence in the American political process. Hispolitica will provide ...