Don’t Hold Back, @TAC!

My secret project at The American Conservative is no longer secret. It’s now live for all to see: @TAC, the new American Conservative group blog, with posts from me, Michael Brendan Dougherty, Kara Hopkins, Kelley Vlahos, Leon Hadar, Tim Carney, and many more to come. Check back regularly. (Naturally, business will be carrying on as usual here at The Tory Anarchist, too.)

Update: @TAC isn’t the only new group blog on the scene. The Independent Institute has just launched one as well, The Beacon.

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4 thoughts on “Don’t Hold Back, @TAC!

  1. Brent Burk March 31, 2008 / 11:13 pm

    Awesome!

    Also, the advertisement on the side (The American Library), do you know much about these books? I just got 3 books, a 2-volume set for all the papers on the Debate on the Constitution, and a book on all the writings from Thomas Jefferson. It’s quite impressive, and pretty cheap!

    Do you know anything about these, if not, you should check it out.

  2. xenos April 1, 2008 / 4:27 pm

    I have a bunch of publications from the Library of America and they’re all awesome. A great resource, even though, as the LoA was Edmund Wilson’s idea, it took them so long to publish volumes of his work.

  3. Tim April 12, 2008 / 8:43 am

    Great blog, but like Beacon, @TAC needs to fast forward to the year 2008 and adopt RSS.

  4. Daniel McCarthy April 12, 2008 / 10:41 pm

    There should be an RSS feed now. Somewhere in the right hand column, below the search box. Or does it only show up in my admin menu? Our webmaster told me that have RSS, so it should be there somewhere.

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