Introducing "Founding Bloggers" Project

In order to form a more perfect blog…

Andrew Marcus sent out the Founding Bloggers announcement this morning.
Here is the latest exciting project we will be working on in the coming weeks:

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I am very pleased to announce the public debut of our new political blog, “Founding Bloggers,” (http://www.foundingbloggers.com) a venture I have undertaken in partnership with Gateway Pundit¹s Jim Hoft. We will be live-blogging the conventions from Denver and Minneapolis, producing photo and video coverage of both political events and Founding Bloggers will serve as the primary portal for much of this content.

In the lead-up to the Democratic and Republican Conventions, our group will be hitting the open road, documenting historical sites and other eccentric points of interest as we crisscross the nation’s heartland. ­ I hope you will have a chance to visit our site and track our progress along the way.

Some of you may be familiar with my ongoing work with Pajamas Media, and my story-specific blogs documenting Ahmadinejad¹s visit to the UN, Ward Churchill¹s visit to DePaul University, and Cindy Sheehan¹s visit to Crawford, Texas.

Jim Hoft’s reputation and work is already more than probably known to you. His blog, “Gateway Pundit,” is listed as one of the top 100 collective news resources at Memeorandum and was listed as one of the top 100 blogs in a Carnegie Mellon University study. Last year, Jim and I worked together to produce “Incorrect U,” a blog that covered the Terrorism Awareness Project¹s “Islamo-Fascisim Awareness Week.” I am excited, to say the least, to be collaborating again with him on this latest endeavor.

Please drop by and tell us what you think. Thanks for looking.

Obviously, I’m looking forward to this great adventure.
I will be writing more about this later.

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