November 29, 2008

Why the Long Pause from Writing

Since the election I’m sad to say I have written only two posts. My absence was not pouting or being a “sore loser.” It was simply a time for me to refocus on new ideas and catch up on work that I had overlooked for so many weeks in the run-up to the election.

As some of you know, I’m the founder and president of and, given the huge impact of Christmas shopping on sales in November and December, it has been very hard to find time to step away from work to write. I have no shortage of ideas though and am chomping at the bit to write again.

What I hope to write about in the future includes the following topics:

  • How to win elections (almost) all the time
  • What should conservatives do under the shadow of Obama?
  • Should conservatives show they care and express feelings?
  • The power of ideological persuasion over just “getting votes”
  • A vision for the future – a positive alternative to liberalism

I invite you to ask questions of me using the comments section below. I won’t promise to reply with a post to all questions but then again I might. You’ll never know if you don’t at least ask.

So, in closing, I thank each of you for your patience during my absence. I appreciate your support and your loyalty over the past few months. I look forward to helping form a logical and compassionate response to the liberal ideas around us. I also seek to convince people on the merits of conservatism instead of simply touting the party line.

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