Good evening everyone.
I just wanted to draw your attention to my latest two pieces which can be found on examiner.com. The first asks the question of whether it is more important to select a party nominee based upon his or her political principles or instead upon his or her ability to win the general election. The second reminds readers of the upcoming tea party meetings taking place in the Valley on December 15th. Both are worth a read, so head on over to check them out.
Good evening, ladies and gents.
Recently, I’ve been in communication with the fine folks at examiner.com. I hoped to write for their website in order to draw greater exposure to conservative principles and Virginia (including Shenandoah Valley) politics. Of course, I’d being lying if I said it was all purely altruistic. I’m always looking for more chances to spread my name and my ideas, and the prospect of getting a bit of money for doing what I love never hurts either.
So what is the result from this effort? I’m pleased to say that I am now your new Shenandoah Valley Conservative Examiner. How will the role differ from my time on The Virginia Conservative? Well, I’m still figuring that question out for myself, but it will be another outlet for fresh ideas and won’t (hopefully) be a mere rehash of my old articles. Not to worry good reader, I plan for this blog to continue and thrive as well.
Anyway, my first article on examiner, Bolling V. Cuccinelli, is now available, so I encourage you to check it out.
Even though I don’t always say it, I thank you for reading!