Notes on the Arkansas Blogosphere

The Arkansas Project likes to share the wealth and point you toward ongoing developments in the Arkansas blogging community, and here are three more for you to take note of:

Radio man/blogger Pat Lynch, pictured here in olden times
Radio man/blogger Pat Lynch, pictured here in olden times

On-again/off-again blogger Pat Lynch is on again at his Lynch at Large blog. Between his blogging, his radio show, regular TV appearances with sparring partner Bill Vickery, and a weekly column in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Lynch is in a tight struggle with David Sanders to be the state’s leading one-man multimedia empire. (Close on their heels: Roby Brock of Talk Business.) Here’s an amusing blog note from Lynch to Bill Clinton on the campaign trail: “Shut up!”

And then here are two that I stumbled across only recently:

The Wide Awake Cafe is an Arkansas-based blog from a center-right perspective.

The American Truckers at War blog is based in Bradley County, Ark., of all places, and is fiercely pro-McCain, so naturally I dig it.

Check ’em all out at your leisure.

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3 thoughts on “Notes on the Arkansas Blogosphere

  • October 27, 2008 at 4:42 pm

    OK guys, where on earth did you get that picture? Very depressing to see the thin Pat Lynch. It could be a Photoshop job. Or a conservative plot!

    I will check in later,

  • October 27, 2008 at 4:45 pm

    This entire blog is a conservative plot, Pat. But please keep it under your hat. I don’t want that getting out.

  • October 28, 2008 at 9:03 am

    “The American Truckers at War blog is based in Bradley County, Ark.”

    I thought I was the only Republican from Bradley county?!?

    Me and Drew Pritt were holding it down for a while, then Pritt turns Democrat, then gay, (I am sure the two are not related) and then it was just me…and I moved. All the other Republican in Bradley County were hidding or pretending to be “Conserative Democrats”. What gives?

    P.S. The only truckers in Bradley county when I was there were driving log truck.


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