Thursday, January 19, 2006

50,000 and counting

Thanks to Bourque and SDA , we hit the 50,000 unique visitor mark this morning. In all honesty, we're still not exactly sure how our blog will contribute toward our mandate of lower taxes, less waste and accountable government. We aren't sure what our role is in the "blogosphere" as a non-profit and non-partisan advocacy group.

We are certain, however, that the blog is an important and dynamic tool. We're sure that it can help us get our ideas out in real time and provide a way to have a conversation about issues that are important to our supporters. This blog will continue to evolve in the years to come.

In the mean time, please consider lending us your support. Check out our site to learn how.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great Work David.

I look forward to each day's posts and it has become one of my favourite sites to visit daily.

Keep up the good work - you and the entire CTF team...

Willard Teevens

Josef in America said...

What blogs do is:

a) Raise issues of concern
b) If used correctly, allow for citation of sources to solidify a position;
c) And if used appropiately, allow for comment threads to either detract or solidify a position.

I hope you - the team of Tasha, Sara MacIntyre and Mark Milke - keep up the good work. 50K's a lot.

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