In case you didn’t notice, we recently turned live a Twitter “Reactions” section just above the comments.
It pulls Tweets which link back to the post url. Most will be Tweets from the large Twitter Share button, but anyone who links to the post in Twitter will show up. You can hover over the avatars and the text of the Tweet will show up. You can click on the avatar to go to the Tweet.
This image is from the Obama Dinner post.
Let me also use this opportunity to thank the many people who have donated recently, and used the Amazon links in the sidebar for purchasing items.
There have been a lot of things happening and much more to come, so I appreciate the support.
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.
First day of my first vacation in a year. Donated to the bestest blog in the whole wide world (even the solar system).
May they never end (my vacation and LI that is … unfortunately, the solar system is doomed to end in a few billion years when the sun becomes a red giant, in the throes of death before becoming a cold, spent cinder).
Speaking of Twitter reactions, this is getting some good play, on Twitchy as well: “Debunking Rachel Maddow’s Lies About ‘Fast and Furious’: MSNBC Hack Falsely Claims Scandal Just Like Shirley Sherrod ‘Conspiracy'”. Thanks.
Forgot to mention I got you linked up there as well, thanks William!
I grabbed the link off BadBlue this morning.
I advise all to read it, and bookmark it for later reference.
Great post, Donald.
Rush calling a disingenuous activist a whore (and later apologizing for his words) is a “war on women,” but the lefty media calls an operation that led to the death of an American border agent and hundreds of Mexican nationals a “paranoid delusion” and yawns at it … just as they seem to be yawning at terrorists in Gaza firing a couple of dozen rockets into Israel today. I guess anyone bringing that up is paranoid and delusional, too.
War, Paranoia and Delusion Are Not The Answer!
Helpful Hint From Henry:
In that the Obama administration is extremely busy with the necessary work of raising funds and lowering handicaps, it is rather easy to slip a dubious detail past the IRS these days. My Tip ‘O The Day is to donate to LI, save your receipts, and write it off as a medical expense: psychiatric therapy. Works for me.
Speaking of tip jars and amazon sales, have you looked into publishing LI via amazon’s Kindle newsstand/blogs? There are a lot of great blogs available, sent straight to subscribers’ Kindles (the norm seems to be $.99 per subscriber, per month). Michelle Malkin, Insti, NRO, and quite a few lesser-known blogs (ones I’ve never heard of, in other words, not that that means much) do this, and apart from some formatting complaints in the comments, subscribers seem to like it a lot. Just an idea….