May I Have Your Attention, Please?

Starting today, I shall be dividing my resumed Weblogging between this humble site and Post Right the newest Weblog hosted by The American Conservative. I am ineffably grateful to Kara, Dan, and everyone else at TAC for welcoming me and for providing another wonderful, necessary outpost for the “Alternative Right.” We’ve a great, supremely eclectic group of contributors, and here’s a good, succinct description of the site:

This is the most experimental (at least in theory) of TAC’s panoply of new blogs. Some of the writers who will be featured here have appeared in the magazine, others are joining us for the first time in the virtual world. There are just two common denominators: everyone is under 40, and all our PostRight bloggers take a jaundiced view of the conventional left-right spectrum. So here you will find a motley collection of left conservatives, front-porch republicans, anti-statist liberals, locavores, libertarians, and more. Stick around and see what they come up with.

I’m pretty sure that, too some extent or another, all of those descriptors except for “anti-statist liberal” fit me. This should be fun.

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5 Responses

  1. Congrats Nathan!

  2. Thanks, Scott. Here’s hoping I prove myself to be worthy.

  3. […] Good news for long time League friend Nathan P. Origer! Nathan is a skilled writer and talented thinker, I have no doubt that the quality of his output at his new digs will be as high grade as that at his old/home digs. You should make a point of reading both. […]

  4. Very cool, Nathan. Congrats!

  5. Great news, Nathan! Congrats!

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