Sunday, August 30, 2009

A Conservative Manifesto

I am certain everyone who reads these scribblings is aware of Mark Levin's book, Liberty and Tyranny. It has sold nearly 1,000,000 copies in hardcover.

I am also certain that some who read here have a low opinion of Mr. Levin. His "conservative judicial scholarship" does not jibe with the strongly held opinions of certain persons, and he is therefore discounted out of hand.

His ideas deserve a fair shake, and now you don't even have to buy the book (even though you should). Follow the link - read Mark Levin's A Conservative Manifesto (the last chapter of the book) here.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The Real Number of Uninsured in America, or Big Brother is Watching Me

I disconnected SiteMeter from this blog several months ago due to technical difficulties at their end. Just the other day, I was curious about who was reading my dreck. So I re-installed the site meter code.

To my surprise, I was getting hits from all over the place. AARP, the Pentagon, and the U.S. House of Representatives had all stopped by to read this post, titled "Breaking Down the '47 Million Uninsured People in America' Number." I found that as of yesterday, this blog was #3 on Google for the search terms "real number uninsured." I have since dropped a few, but I am still on the first page as of this morning. Astonishing. A little blog I created for my own amusement (with little readership outside of a few friends) hits #3 for search terms pertaining to the current national political debate.

I am happy with the minor success, but I must credit Mark Levin. His book, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto provided a great breakdown of the information used to create the illusion of 47 million uninsured Americans. I only added his footnotes as links in my blog post.

The creepy part of reaching #3 on google: The visit from was number 1,984. Is that an omen?

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

See You Next Tuesday

Due to circumstances beyond my control, this blog will be on hiatus for the next several weeks. Thanks to my regular and not-so-regular readers for wading through my pointless drivel. I hope to be back soon.