The Unrepentant Individual

...just hanging around until Dec 21, 2012


February 27, 2006


Used up one of my Fifteen Minutes

Yep… I’m nearly famous!

I got linked today by Neal Boortz. Click on this link (scroll down slightly), and my post on Teachers Unions over at The Liberty Papers is Boortz’s first Reading Assignment. Check out the post, as it’s garnered quite a bit of attention.

I’m beginning to think it might be time to start, in the vein of Eric’s Grumbles, and Scott Scheule’s “My Back Pages” blog, of turning The Unrepentant Individual into more of my personal blog, and doing much of my political writing at The Liberty Papers. I may need to start devoting this little site to fun topics like beer, college football, poker, and the random stupidity I see on Yahoo! News on a daily basis.

Part of me feels like I’ll start to neglect the Unrepentant Individual, and I don’t want that to happen. But at the same time, I feel like my best political writing gets cross-posted here and at The Liberty Papers, and since I know it garners the most attention over there, I might just start to specialize and spend less time talking politics here. What do you guys think?

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2 Comments

  1. I think you should do whatever works for you. I should point out that my two blogs, each of which is specialized to some degree, get more hits, probably 4 times more, on a daily basis than the more general single blog ever did.

    Comment by Eric — March 1, 2006 @ 2:30 am
  2. Congrats on your ‘reading assignments’ selection. I really enjoyed the post; it inspired me to write my own rant on teacher’s unions. Did you see that special report John Stossel did back in January called Stupid in America? It absolutley made my blood boil (its linked to my post if you didn’t catch it when it aired). Stossel reached many of the same conclusions you did.

    Anyway, keep up the good work!

    Comment by Stephen Littau — March 3, 2006 @ 2:34 pm

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