Introducing My 2nd Web Page: Conservative Grapevine

(*** Note: This page will be at the top of Right Wing News all day today. So please scan down below this post for updates. ***)

Since February of this year, I’ve been working on a little side project, a second blog to go along with Right Wing News.

Well today, it goes live.

The blog is called Conservative Grapevine and it’s designed to be the RealClear Politics of the right side of the blogosphere.

Each day it’s going to feature links to some of the best posts made by right-of-center bloggers. No muss, no fuss, no long spiel, just intriguing posts for busy conservatives who — unlike me — don’t routinely read 90+ blogs a day.

Sure, there may be a few links that get cross posted on both Right Wing News and Conservative Grapevine, but you probably won’t see all that much crossover.

So, if you’re a regular reader of Right Wing News, why don’t you bookmark Conservative Grapevine, add it to your favorites, and check it out right after you take a look at RWN?

You won’t be disappointed and if you like Right Wing News, it’s a good bet that you’ll like Conservative Grapevine as well. Hopefully, both blogs will become a daily read for you…

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Now that I’ve gotten the promo out of the way, let me thank a couple of people for their help. First of all, let me thank Nicole Baker for helping to get Conservative Grapevine off the ground. She helped put together some of the basic design concepts and her assistance at the beginning is much appreciated.

But, the man I really owe a debt of gratitude to is Danny Carlton of JackLewis.net. Danny is the guy who did most of the design, graphics, and coding for Conservative Grapevine and I genuinely appreciate the phenomenal job he did. If anybody out there is looking for a top notch web designer, I’d recommend Danny without the slightest hesitation.

*** Update #1 ***: My DSL bombed out last night about midnight. I’m not sure whether the problem is with the modem or whether something is down in the area (My ISP says everything is up). So, I logged on with dial-up to let you know what’s going on. I’m going to find out if this is a local problem or not in the next 30 minutes or so and if not, I’m going to try to get a new modem. Hopefully, we’ll have this cleared up soon because trying to do what I do on a daily basis with dial-up would be nightmarish…

*** Update #2 ***: Spoke to my ISP. It’s some sort of problem on their end. I suspect I’ll be stuck in dial-up hell for another few hours. Bah! I am going to have to step away from the computer for a couple of hours.

*** Update #3 ***: DSL is back! I’m working on updates….

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