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PoliPundit-

Notes that:

"indications are strong that Governor John Hoeven will run against the incumbent Democratic Senator, Kent Conrad."


Captain's Quarters Blog-

Points out the law of unintended consequences, in action. McCain/Feingold may lead to absurd limitations on political blogging in the very near future:

"John McCain and Russ Feingold have effectively created an American bureaucracy dedicated to stamping out independent political speech, and the courts have abdicated all reason in declaring it constitutional....

John McCain and Russ Feingold have become two of the most dangerous politicians to American liberty since Huey Long."


Michelle Malkin-

Challenges popular notions of just how many people are blog readers, which really just means there is A LOT of room to grow:

"Here's a validity check. We know an Instalanche typically produces somewhere between 800 and around 4,000 hits. Is the size of an Instalanche consistent with readership of 25,020 U.S. adults per day? I think so. In other words, if Instapundit were visited by, say, 75,000 - 100,000 people per day, I would expect the Instalanche to result in more than 800 to 4,000 hits.

There is one other issue that must be considered here--namely, the fact that most people read more than one blog. There is probably substantial overlap, for example, between readers of Daily Kos, Eschaton, Talking Points Memo, and Wonkette. Same thing with Power Line, Little Green Footballs, The Corner, Best of the Web, and Instapundit. By the time you start getting down to smaller blogs like mine (estimated at 10,200 visitors per day based on Alexa), I'd guess the percentage of readers who are 'unique' visitors (i.e., visitors who do not also read one of the larger blogs) is very, very low."


Wizbang Blog-

Makes fun of MoveOn.org and its founders, Wes Boyd and Joan Blades:

"Rolling Stone Magazine sums up their existence thusly,

'Like so many other Internet start-ups, MoveOn has raised -- and burned through -- tens of millions of dollars, innovating without producing many concrete results. Any reasonable analysis shows its stock may be dangerously overvalued. Those banking on MoveOn had better hope it is more Google than Pets.com. Because should the group flame out, the Democrats could be in for a fall of Nasdaq proportions.'"


Classy, every last one.

Posted by Will Franklin · 3 March 2005 04:50 PM

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