Yes, I'm Alive
Allow me to indulge in a blogger cliche: sorry for the lack of posts recently.
I'm beginning something of a career transition and it's taking a toll on my blogging time; what time I've had lately has mostly been spent over at The Right's Field
, where I've been writing about the Republican presidential field.
Despite a few notable incoming links, A&S remains a low-traffic blog, which is fine, but it also means it's harder to write when I'm less energetic. I expect to continue to use this site to post in-depth analysis of the conservative movement, but the pace around here will be slow for a while. I'm not going away -- I just want to make sure that what I do
post is high-quality. In the longer-term future, I might look at ways to expand this project beyond the limited efforts I'm able to make here.
At any rate, have you read this article
Peter Keating? He explains his skepticism of claims that either Rudy Giuliani or Barack Obama can really change the American electoral math. Given that one bias in political analysis is to overestimate so-called "re-alignments," I'd say his arguments are worth taking seriously.
Labels: Barack Obama, meta, Peter Keating, Rudy Giuliani, The New Republic