Skip to comments.‘The sleeping giant’: Conservatives gaining force online
Posted on 07/28/2010 11:06:21 PM PDT by Brugmansian
With the turn of a phrase, Minnesota Republican Rep. Michelle Bachmann seemed to sum up last weekends RightOnline conference, an annual gathering of conservative activists.
The sleeping giant is awake, she declared . . .
For the first time ever, conservative blogs hold the top two slots in Technorati.coms politics blog ranking, pushing The Huffington Post, the long-reigning champion, to the fifth slot. Conservative blogs also make up half of the top ten political blogs on the Web, while the distinctly liberal blogs only claim two spaces . . .
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Perhaps it wasn’t the best to let that info out - it’s no wonder they want to monitor the internet and have everyone be on ONE page - the commie media.
I just looked on technorati, huffpo is #1 (still or again)
Yes, just noticed that. #1 of all blogs. It sinks when limited to political blogs.
Bachmann is on my top ten list of greatest modern day Americans:
01. Glenn Beck
02. Charles Krauthammer
03. Michele Bachmann
04. Michele Malkin
05. Paul Ryan
06. Ann Coulter
07. Laura Ingraham
08. Sean Hannity
09. Rush Limbaugh
10. Sheriff Arpaio
US is the ONLY country in the world with a large right wing population (50%). Rest of the world, right wing movement make up maybe 10% of their population
Without a doubt.
“US is the ONLY country in the world with a large right wing population (50%). Rest of the world, right wing movement make up maybe 10% of their population”
I think that’s part of the need for Comprehensive Immigration Reform!
Replace Krauthammer with Paul Ryan, add Sarah Palin and, for goodness sakes...Rush is #9? He’s the modern day Reagan!
Ahhh, good catch
Hot Air is #1 and NRO’s The Corner is #2.
What I think is really sad is that #3 is Think Progress. Has the left gone that low that they are all directly plugged into George Soros now?
Something like that. Brugmansian is exactly right. I looked at the wrong list. Overall, huff is #1, but look at the political blogs list.
>> to monitor the internet
But only by the thrust of “necessity”.
Sheesh! My list is not in order of greatness or prominence. Is this better?
01. Glenn Beck
01. Charles Krauthammer
01. Michele Bachmann
01. Michele Malkin
01. Paul Ryan
01. Ann Coulter
01. Laura Ingraham
01. Sean Hannity
01. Rush Limbaugh
01. Sheriff Arpaio
You’ll have to twist my arm to add Palin.. I’ll reconsider but who do I bump?.. And NO I ain’t bumpin’ the Sheriff! My gosh, I just realized I need to add Jan Brewer.. I think I’ll have to go to “top twenty”.. Okay, who are the eight I need to come up with? Help, anyone?
Lordy! There’s no need to get your panties in a wad!
You don’t consider Palin to be a force online? That is the topic of this thread.
The rest of the world is “stuck on leftist politics”: Socialism, Communism, Leftist Dictatorships, and Somalia without any actual government since 1991.
Where’s Free Republic?
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