When America’s Right went from about 100-250 visitors per day to anywhere between 15,000 and 35,000, this recent semester had already started. Now that it is over, I’m ready to implement a few changes here.
The first change is one that only some of you will notice — I plan on forcing use of a username and password to leave comments. The allowance for anonymity stems from the first eight months of this site’s “life,” where comments were few and far between. Now that we’ve developed a bit of a community here, it only makes sense that people can make their nicknames known. Plus, it will make replying to comments that much easier.
The second change, however, will be far more obvious. I’ve decided to expand our capabilities here at America’s Right by bringing on what will eventually be, hopefully, a stable of talented writers. Everything, of course, will still go through me, and the writers will generally be those who share my worldview, but I am hoping nonetheless that we’ll be better able to represent a few different perspectives within the pages here at America’s Right.
The first such talent is a friend of mine. Rick Saunders is a freelance writer who splits his time between endeavors in southern California and the American southwest. I am sure that his conservative mindset and unique understanding of issues facing those in the western half of our nation will be an asset to this Web site.
I hope to make more additions in the near future. In the meantime, look for Rick’s contributions every once in a while, and please treat him with the same respect that you treat me.
Thank you, God bless, and have a wonderful Chanukah and a very merry Christmas.