John Hawkins of Right Wing News has ranked his favorite political bloggers.
VodkaPundit is honored to have made the top ten cut, but does John realize this site isn
Well, for what it’s worth, Matt Welch, Damian Penny, Charles Johnson, and Prof. Reynolds aren’t exactly rampaging right-wingers, either.
You really should learn how to accept a compliment more graciously.
Stephen, If they think I sex-drenched now – just wait till I post your interview. Hubba hubba. Yeah I am pretty right wing – for a bleeding heart liberal who thinks everyone should smoke pot, have lots of sex when and where they want and with whomever over the age of 18 they want!!! Whoo hoo call me a right-winger!!!
1) Certainly concede your and other’s point about not being conservative/right wing. But what… are right wingers like me and Hawkins not allowed to appreciate or like those who don’t agree with us on everything? More evidence of the discomfort/lack of tolerance so many libertarians in the blogosphere have towards we rightwingers. My god the embarassment.
2) Political blogs? Hawkins has a pretty broad definition of politics. Cultural/opinion blogs sure but for good political thinking I’d go to Ruffini, Mark Byron, Ben Domenech.
I was #1 site of the day there once. Of all the pro-drugs, pro-teenage sex, anti-religous, gay people I know, I am the most right wing.
Thought you might find this interesting.
HELP WANTED: I have conceived of a project that seems at first through third blushes highly feasible. On reviewing the Web logs maintained by those who are regularly fallen upon Warblogger Watch, my Marxist sympathies were excited and I could not but marvel over the increasing misapplication of human effort. Why there must be several hundred persons now responding in real time to the same articles, linking to one another, and proffering the same point of view. It is redundancy of this very type, I suspect, that has prevented the country from undertaking any of the grand scale public works projects that are so conspicuous abroad but so embarrassingly absent stateside. The purpose of my plan, in the simplest of terms, is to free up labor, returning those presently engaged in Web-based war mongering to the unskilled manual labor which they are better suited to by birth. Here is a moron asking for help with his homework; Here’s another, admitting that her underpowered brain finds itself taxed to the point of failure in attempting to apprehend the day’s newspaper; Here is a third, this one adhering to the “Cubs are going all the way” mode of prophesy, and telling us we must attack Iraq because Saddam Hussein is going to try to derail our God-granted right to USPS delivery of Christmas presents. Can any man who has given the labor marketplace unbiased study tell me with a straight face that these people wouldn’t better serve society by manually transporting cut stone overland?
The third, if you haven’t guessed by now, refers to you. The only Stonecutters that I knew were still around exist in that Simpsons’ episode.
It’s been awhile since you’ve been cranky. Well, we can’t have that now, can we?