Perhaps, yesterday afternoon, some of you noticed the new little box over on the right-hand side of your computer screens. More often than not, I find something online that I’d really like to expand upon and share here at America’s Right but either lack the time, energy or brainpower for one reason or another. For that reason, I’ve decided to include The Daily Dozen, a collection of twelve news articles or commentaries that I found interesting for some reason or another.
Right now, when I have a few minutes here or there, I’m working on the formatting so I can include the source of the material, whether it be a news site like The Wall Street Journal or a more informal Web blog such as American Thinker, without taking up a whole lot of vertical room. Until I figure that out, you’ll be able to find the source easily enough by clicking the link and reading the corresponding piece.
“The Daily Dozen” is kind of a misleading name, but it was the only mildly catchy thing I could come up with. It’s misleading because the list of twelve will be updated throughout the day, so each day could see any number of articles or columns make the list. Since its inception yesterday, I think there have been twenty.
Now, I also lack the capacity to pool the older headlines into an archive of sorts, so when one particular headline reaches the bottom and gets pushed out, it’s gone for good — so, if you’re interested in what I’m trying to wrap my head around, come back often to make sure you don’t miss anything.
Other than that, I hope that it proves to be a useful tool in terms of keeping informed. Let me know if you have any ideas or complaints (other than formatting, options for which are fairly limited). In the meantime, I need to get back to work.
As always, thanks for stopping by.