I kinda had a goal in mind, and it was really nice to hit it tonight.
To all of the folks that found me here off twitter – or vice versa – or have been long time friends from Facebook – thank you. Thank you for the conversation, the laughs, the support, the “like”s and the kind thoughts and words. You make it all worth doing.
In order to best understand your adversary (lol), it’s a great idea to understand where they go for information…
The Washington, D.C.-based news outlet The Hill is the source most followed on Twitter by members of Congress — Democrat and Republican alike.
New York Magazine’s Daily Intelligencer, noting that 97 percent of members of Congress now have an official twitter presence, worked with Twiangulate to identify every congressional Twitter account, then analyzed which other accounts they follow most often.
At the head of the list of most followed news accounts are four Washington-based political outlets. The Hill’s Twitter account leads the pack — 62.7 percent of members of Congress follow The Hill. Next most popular is Politico, at 61.2 percent, followed by CSPAN (61 percent), and Roll Call (59.9 percent.
And really – if you’re not following a very conservative and always entertaining James Woods on Twitter yet (@RealJamesWoods) …you may not be trying hard enough. 50,000 followers and growing every day.
File this one under things that make me happy on Twitter…lol
I don’t know if you’ve been following – but we have another American leader whose carefully crafted backstory seems to be nothing more than a “composite narrative”. Yep, none other than Mayor Cory Booker of Newark, New Jersey.
James Woods - he's proving to be quite da man. Thankfully we have true conservatives in and around the Hollyweird sphere of influence that won't let scandals like these die. I'm really starting to think very highly of a Cruz/Woods ticket.
For the Children...