I believe this is everyone who responded to my offer to post about anyone who posted about me on their blogs.
If I’ve missed anyone, please add a comment to this thread and I’ll give you the exposure you so richly deserve. And to all of you who didn’t join our merry experiment, I guess you’ll just have to expose yourself. ;)
Cindy Kilkenny of the Wisconsin-based blog Fairly Conservative first achieved national recognition during the 2008 Presidential election when she interviewed Anne Kilkenny, the woman who criticized Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in a famous email.
She received thousands of visits from all across the world and achieved a new notoriety locally and nationally.
On her “about” page, Cindy describes herself as a “mom, housewife, local and overall political junkie.”
What she leaves out is that she’s also a “smart, insightful, and interesting writer.”
There aren’t enough good good conservative female bloggers in the Cheddarsphere, so give Cindy a fair shake and visit Fairly Conservative, today.
I Think Too Much
is the name of the blog written by the next person who was foolish enough to itch my scratch or scratch my back or something.
I Think Too Much is written by an absolutely fascinating man named Jim Zierke in Sussex, Wisconsin.
Jim is a conservative Christian who has somehow managed not to burst into flames the instant he reads anything I write.
I can’t say anything more interesting about Jim than what he’s already said for himself on his home page:
I’m a middle-aged guy, a retired firefighter, and an independent contractor in the insurance industry. I’m also a track chaplain at Slinger Speedway and a Disaster Relief Chaplain for Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. When I have a spare week or two I head to Kentucky and volunteer with the Christian Appalachian Project. I’m married and have one adult daughter.
I’m going to think of that description next time I think I’m too busy to blog.