Week 4/Month 1 Roundup!

In Budget Politics, California, Economics, European Politics, Full Employment, Health Care Reform, History and Law, History and Politics, New Deal, Politics, Politics of Policy, Public Policy, Social Democracy, Taxes, U.K Politics, Uncategorized, Unions on June 22, 2009 at 7:55 am

Ok, a full month has come and gone, so where does the Realignment Project stand?

  • 12 substantive posts, 3 a week
    • Three posts week (spaced out every other day) looks like a good, sustainable pace for my own essays;’
    • I’m waiting on some collaborators who can fill in the gaps and keep content flowing, so hopefully we’ll be moving to a new essay-post every day as soon as possible.
  • 411 hits, 120 in the last week alone
    • This is a very encouraging growth rate, pulling in traffic from other blogs, diaries on DailyKos, and social networking sites.
  • 18 comments
    • This I’m particularly happy about, getting some conversations going.

So, my “ask” for readers is twofold: first, continue to read but also comment, so that we can make The Realignment Project more of a dialogue and debate. Second, pass on the word – if you can put this site on your blogroll (if you have a blog), if you can forward it via the handy row of buttons at the bottom of each post, to help spread word-of-mouth, that would help.

So, the last month’s posts, arranged by topic:
Politics:

Health Care Reform:

Economic Policy:

Taxes and Budgets:

Law and Politics:

Enjoy!

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