Given that final exams are fast approaching and I am horribly unprepared, I was going to begin stepping down volume here at America’s Right for about a month or so, with one or two daily entries rather than three or four. However, for the short time being, you’ll see a few changes here beyond just that.
Because I have a wicked school schedule over the next nine days in particular–I have a 25+ page brief/paper due on Friday afternoon and a full [mock] trial to plan by next Wednesday–and because work is getting increasingly Sisyphean, the only full-length pieces you’ll likely see here are the occasional contributions from Rick Saunders, Ron Glenn and the other writers. From me, you’ll see something like what you see during Weekend Reading.
While there may be more of them, each entry will be shorter and probably not as well-written. The idea is to save time while maintaining scope. We’ll see how it works.
See, this site is cathartic for me, and even if I promised myself I would just drop it for the week, I don’t know that I could. And it’s always been frustrating to me that I cannot cover every topic I’d like in as much detail as I prefer. So, as I come across stories and topics I want to share I’ll do so, providing a link to the story in question followed by a short explanation of why I thought it important. It won’t be pretty, it won’t be fancy, but it’ll free up a whole lot of time on my end.
Now, that’s not to say that I won’t get hot under the collar and explode in a mess of hastily-written half-sentences, and that’s not to say that the other writers won’t be contributing things, but for the most part you’ll see something different here at America’s Right for the next 10 days or so, and I just wanted to let you know why.
Thanks for understanding.