Real life has a way of catching up and swallowing projects like this one. Simply put, there are things that are more important that upkeeping the Republican Heretic that are demanding so much of my time and energy right now that I will not be able to update or contribute to this blog for a while. I hope to be able to pick it up again in the near future, but for now the blog is going into hibernation mode. If you’ve read through the site, feel free to continue to comment or send me an e-mail telling me what you think. Also, check out the blogs and sites listed on the blogroll. Thanks for your attention.
Heretical and Not-So-Heretical Musings on Politics
The Republican HereticA Republican and a Heretic, in multiple senses of both words. A small L libertarian conservative in the Midwest, concerned with limiting the size and power of government and halting the growth of the paternalistic progressive aristocracy. Interested in history, religion, and law, and policies dealing with the aforementioned. Will feature comments on stories or articles I find interesting, whether related to politics or anything else that catches my eye.
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