Due to my unexpurgateable techno-tardism, I have let this site go fallow for a couple of months. I promise henceforth to keep it current, not just with links to my writings elsewhere, but also with original content available only here. For now, though, let me just post links to lots of my work that has been published in the intervening months. But please come back, for lots of good material, now that I’m up and running again.
That said, here are about 10 weeks of columns from The Advocate in Louisiana:
The Day an Election Stood Still (re Dave Treen, David Vitter)
Also at the Advocate, some key blog posts:
Finally, on one judge, Two-and-a-Quarter Cheers for Mary Landrieu
Here’s one I consider VERY important: Common Core Needs Special Session
OKAY, FOR NON-LOUISIANANS, we finally get to the national-issue material, all from National Review (a combo of full columns and The Corner blog posts:
Explaining beforehand why fifth-place Gary Palmer had good chance of winning in Al#06
Left Offended (NOTE: At some point, look here at quinhillyer.com for my response to the left’s conniptions over this column.)
The Welcome Return of the Cheneys (with a personal interview with Liz Cheney)
After Hobby Lobby Comes Judge Pryor (NOT sorry for the pun)
Think Tank Dean Wins in AL#06 (Hooray!!)
on Mark Levin’s Suit Against EPA E-mail perfidy
FINALLY, here is some media criticism, via the MRC’s Newsbusters:
Why won’t media blast Richard Armitage re Valerie Plame?
CNN’s Brooke Baldwin does excellent Benghazi report
Mississippi GOP “nasty,” but Rangel just a “great character” (Really??)
correcting The New Republic in IRS scandal
There: Wow, that’s a lot. As I said, please start coming back here daily, because I have lots of good stuff in store — and some of it won’t be available anywhere else!