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      « Follow Friday Blogs, November 2, 2012 | Main | Follow Friday Blogs, September 22, 2012 »
      Friday
      Oct192012

      Follow Friday Blogs, October 19, 2012

      Three new blogs this week, with an emphasis on detailed, analytical essays...

      First up is The Imaginative Conservative, a site "for those who seek the True, the Good and the Beautiful. We address culture, liberal learning, politics, political economy, literature, the arts and the American Republic..." Here you'll see discussions and analyses that harken back to the great conservative traditions of Kirk, Burke, Nisbet, and Dawson. No casual visit, this, but worth the time.

      Next up is the blog for Selling U.S. Out, a book written by J.R. Martin. Martin's site combines news and opinion, and recent entries include commentary on the recent IMF warnings and the debt/trade balance red zone we now find ourselves in. There are also links to excerpts from his book, reviews, etc.

      Finally, I encourage you to visit The Pacific Bull Moose, and not just because they recently had kind things to say about The Coffee Party (of which I'm a board member).  This is one of the few places I've seen completely dedicated to the kind of Republican thinking I so identify with. I love their concept of "the radical center."

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