Extending our themes for the coming year!

TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013

Your chance to impoverish yourself: Last week, we cited two themes we would continue to pursue in the coming year. As our fourth non-annual fund-raising drive continues, we thought we would mention one or two more.

As we mentioned last week, we plan to continue examining the development of the new liberal news organs, such as MSNBC. After all those years of liberal silence, this continues to be the most interesting development in American political media.

We also plan to keep exploring basic themes involving the public schools. We liberals quit on this topic a long time ago. It wasn’t a good decision.

Last week, we said there would be two more areas of focus, one of which would be painful. By that, we meant painful for us. Here it is:

If we can force ourselves, we plan to work on Chapter 7 of our companion site, How He Got There. (The research has all been done.)

Why is that area painful for us? It’s painful to spend so many years developing so much information and see so many careful careerists refuse to discuss the information you have developed.

Go ahead—click here, start reading! Our companion site is full of highly detailed information about a very important part of modern American history. Chronologically, it follows on the work Gene Lyons did in Fools for Scandal: How the Media Invented Whitewater.

Lyons’ book was published by Harpers, then ignored by careful careerists who refuse to discuss what the establishment press corps did during the Clinton-Gore years. So too with our work at How He Got There. We’ll try to extend that work this year, although we no longer believe that the history of the Clinton-Gore years will ever be un-disappeared.

Whatever! This is your chance to impoverish yourself as you support these worthwhile endeavors! Refresh yourself at How He Got There; consider our work on the public schools.

Analysts need a new pair of shoes! If you want to contribute to this big ball of wax, you know what to do:

Just click here.

5 comments:

  1. That Douchebag Who Always Comments on The BookApril 30, 2013 at 12:06 PM

    "It’s painful to spend so many years developing so much information and see so many careful careerists refuse to discuss the information you have developed."

    Sure, sure. You're just lazy and uncreative.

    Unlike me.

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    2. That Douchebag Who Always Comments on The BookApril 30, 2013 at 3:45 PM

      And unlike ^that^ guy. Wow Thanks, guy!

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