November 19, 2004
Nominations - Best Conservative Blog
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Posted by Kevin Aylward at November 19, 2004 04:46 PM
Jen over at Para-Bellum
A Small Victory:
Dammit. Blackfive is here, not there.
Right Wing News
The piece on the rise of Christian video games is amazing.... really first rate material here.
It's the best thing I have ever read. It's written by a 14 year old kid, who easily is better than Powerline or any political blog I have ever read. It has some very strong language, but if you aren't a sensitive wuss it's a life-changing read. What an amazing kid.
La Shawn Barber's Corner
Ditto on LaShawn Barber's Corner.
NRO's The Corner.
La Shawn is on her way to becoming a star.
La Shawn Barber's Corner
Reality Hammer Blog
(All URLs link to the same blog.)
COOPER FOR PRESIDENT
(I ain't Coop, either. But I wish. And if you're one of those people who spits milk through your nose when you laugh....wait til 5 minutes after your last drink before viewing the page. Trust me. I know what's best for you. I'm a liberal).
An early hero and man, he's a heck of a researcher, too, Captain Ed! :-)
GOP and The City - A blog by a Missouri born, Tennessee raised, New York Republican.
Great blog written by a guy who is witty, smart, and who knows there is more to life than being really, really good looking. Who am I kidding, I am the man behind this blog.
Previously under-rated. Had a brief period of being over-rated (too much credit on Rathergate.) But always insightful, even fair, coverage of a broad spectrum of topics. Quick to correct mistakes, making it a reliable read.
Pat at http://www.crushkerry.com/
La Shawn Barber is every liberal's nightmare. She is a black female conservative Christian who loves America. And on the shallow side..She's ever so beautiful.
Ambra Nykol. And she's only 23!
Hugh did a masterful job through the whole election season.
La Shawn Barber's Corner. It's awesome. She's awesome.
The new site is called GOPInsight.com formerly it was called "Wis4Bush.com" but now that the Chief has been re-elected our original mission was completed and now we are running to our second mission ... supporting the GOP. Our new site will be revealed on Dec 1, 2004.
Blogging the Leadership of America
Hog On Ice. That guy is hilarious; he makes his own beer; and man, can he cook!
Can't believe Little Green Footballs hasn't been mentioned yet.
I'd also second Hugh Hewitt.
Right Side of the Rainbow is one of the best conservative blogs I've seen.
It is accurate, frequently updated, and actually has some substance to it, other than reciting a news service.
Thank you RightRainbow.
Right Side of the Rainbow
I vote http://www.blogsforbush.com for best political & conservative blog, and for the best blog design.
I'm nominating Dizzy Girl: http://www.dizzy-girl.net
cut on the bias
BARKING MOONBAT EARLY WARNING SYSTEM
Why go anywhere else.
Pardon My English
I respectfully nominate Commonwealth Conservative at http://virginiapolitics.blogspot.com.
Updated every single day (it appears) since it started, usually with multiple, thoughtful posts.
Most interesting, however, is that the blog is written by one of the few elected officials out there blogging -- JB is a District Attorney in Virginia.
Armies of Liberation
I hereby nominate Freedom of Thought at http://www.freedomofthought.com/
My blog isn't up to snuff, but I don't mind nominating others.
Belmont Club: http://www.belmontclub.blogspot.com/
Boottotheskull.com is the best conservative blog out there!
By far the Best!
American Digest by Gerard Van der Leun is the best designed and best written blog of this category. Gerard's offer on eBay on April 28, 2004 is a nice summary of his own skills:
"For over 30 years Iíve been working with writers of fiction and non-fiction to bring their manuscripts up to par and seeing them through the publishing process. Iíve been a magazine editor and a book editor and a literary agent. Iíve seen it all. Iíve worked with the best and the worst. And Iíve made all of them better -- sometimes with a scalpel, sometimes with a hand grenade, but most of the time with my blue pencil.
Among those writers I have worked with in the course of my career are people such as Steve King, R. Crumb, Harlan Ellison, Andre Dubus, and Robert Fulghum.
Iíve edited and published more than 200 books for the Houghton Mifflin Company where I worked as Senior Editor and Director of Trade Paperback Publishing. Iíve edited dozens of writers as a magazine editor for Earth Magazine, Viva Magazine, Omni Magazine and Penthouse Magazine.
Iíve written and had published two books of my own and ghosted a few as well. (No, you donít get to know which ones those were.)
My own magazine articles have been published in Time, Omni, Penthouse, and Wired among others."