For quite some time now, I feel like I've been preaching to the choir. There are plenty of other Palin blogs around which do a fine job of getting the governor's message out to Palinistas. I'm a contributor and editor at one of them - US for Palin, where I will continue on as an occasional contributor.
Update: I'll also be blogging at LoneStar Conservative.But Sarah Palin's message needs to go out to a much wider audience, and that's what the new project is all about. It's a more broadly-based website which will focus on news, opinion and culture with a right of center perspective. Gov. Palin and the late Andrew Breitbart have emphasized that we conservatives must become more engaged in the culture, and that's what I intend to do with the new site. I've named it The Pipeline, and the theme is "News, Politics and Culture from the Conservative Current."
My business partner in the new venture is an old college chum who now lives in Oz, and some day we hope to have an Australian edition of The Pipeline to complement the U.S. site. There's a conservative revival of sorts going on in Oz right now, so the timing may be just right for a launch there soon. Much like what has happened stateside, the left got in power in Australia, predictably overreached, and the people recoiled in disgust. We will see evidence of that recoil here, I believe, in the results of the 2014 mid term elections.
In closing, I want to express heartfelt thanks to those who supported this blog over the years in its various incarnations. Your generous donations got this editor through some very lean times, and I very much appreciate you. Look for the "Regarding Sarah" series of posts to continue at a new home -- US for Palin -- along with my other contributions there. And look for the launch of The Pipeline soon!