More Conservative Florida Blogs…

I posted earlier this month a list of some of Florida’s conservative bloggers. One of them, Doyle of A Cool Change noted that I missed some. So I started with his blogroll and identified a few more.

NOTE: There may be more out there, but I am really looking for people who post regularly. Some I have seen are once or twice a month, others haven’t posted in a long time. These (and the others on the previous post) are still active.

Bear in mind that few of these focus solely on politics, and none of them write predominantly about Florida or their local community.

Without further ado, here’s the continued list:

GOP News – A relatively new blog, but I think it has some staying power.

Right in Florida – written by a self-describe “aging boomer”

The Black Republican – which, ironically is not written by Republicans of African descent.

Charming, Just Charming – retired from the USAF

Hog on Ice – an interesting read.

IMAO – In My Arrogant Opinion?

Inoperable Terran – lots of quick hit posts.

Inside Larry’s Head – A blog I had linked previously, but when it moved I dropped it. Sorry.

Lines in the Sand – A libertarian blog, but my earlier post had a conservative Democrat blogger, so why not.

My Little Corner of the World – A proud Republican, for sure.

Yankee in Gator Country – It’s hard to link to a proud Gator (I’m a big, BIG USF fan), but he is a good, conservative blogger (and yet another Fred Head).

Sharp as a Marble – A former Marine in Tampa

Pious Agnostic

Something… and Half of Something – She’s “just another ignorant Jewish girl from Brooklyn, making my way in the world.” And one of the strongest anti-terrorist bloggers I have seen.

Theodore’s World

Workbench – from Jacksonville, written by a former reporter.

And I just found Ocean Guy – a disgruntled conservative Democrat.

So, it would appear that there are more conservative bloggers than I had previously thought.

If anyone knows of other Florida-based conservative bloggers who write often and recently about politics… man that’s quite the description… please let me know.

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17 Responses to More Conservative Florida Blogs…

  1. pam says:

    Hi, my name is Pam and I’ve made you and your site part of my BlogDay 2007!

    Thanks! 🙂

  2. GUYK says:

    I do thank ya much although the far right wing calls me a godless commie..but then the far left figures I am a capitalist pig and both are partly right..I am somewhat godless and I damn shore am a die hard capitalist..

    But mostly I am a neo libertarian who figures that the government has no more business in my bedroom than they do in my wallet..

  3. LindaSoG says:

    Thank you for noting Something… and Half of Something in your post, and for the kind words about my content.


  4. Chrissie says:

    Thank you so much for adding my blog to your list.
    I am located in Sarasota, wife of Retired Navy Veteran, and yes my blog is about supporting our troops and politics.
    Thank you again and nice to meet you.

  5. Beth says:

    Something…and Half of Something and Theodore’s World are two of my favorite blogs! 🙂

  6. voxy says:

    Jim, you’re such a smart guy. How can you fall for all that anti-terror rhetoric?

    I lost your email and I am wondering — if someone(s) want to recall someone(s) such as the Library Board — (LOL!) would you point me in the direction of where you found how to recall the commissioners?? Seriously??

    Thanks !!!

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  8. I’m in Florida, though I only rarely write about local issues. As far as anti-terror rhetoric goes, do you honestly think that Muslims are kidding? Hello, the Koran itself teaches them to murder Christians and Jews. It’s. Right. There. And it’s been interpreted that way for centuries. Why do you think the Crusades even happened? Uhm, that would be because Islam had invaded country after country, burning citieis, murdering noncombatants, raping women, and enslaving everyone in sight. Geesh. Read history much?

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  10. Albert son says:

    This is Albert son,I want to become a part of your site.The conventional political wisdom for a while has been that Republicans don’t have to run Conservative candidates because Conservatives if pitted with the choice of voting for a non-conservative Republican vs. a democrat will normally pick the Republican.
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  11. Gina says:

    How many of the 1.5 million people who sent $200 to Obama’s campaign were black? After all, Obama got 90% of the black vote. Is it possible that a group which comprises about 15% of the population in America could rule the other 85% … simply by buying the election via contributions from 1.5 million people, in a country of 300 million people?

  12. Anne says:

    Thanks for the list of conservative FL blogs. Florida has to go McCain this election!

    In response to the comment by Gina, check out this article called, “Why Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican” on the National Black Republicans website:
    “Liberty can not be preserved without a general knowledge among the people.”

  13. WakeBoarder says:

    Obama Biden
    Osama Binladen
    There are no coincidences.
    You should be scared. I know it worries me.

  14. Howard says:

    Obama supporters act as if the polls are a true reflection of what’s going to happen on November 4th. When you don’t have an actual record to run on … and all you can do is point out problems, and blame others, as Obama has, you have to rely on gimmicks that have nothing to do with your actual ability to lead … like early voting …busing and indoctrinating homeless people on the way to the polls … photo ops with big crowds … spending 4 to 1 on advertising … having the media in the tank … having Hollywood in the tank, having Acorn in the tank … and, having 98% of all black voters in the tank. But, all of these things are nothing more than a fabricated perception. They have nothing to do with a person’s experience, or ability to lead. They just reveal a candidate who will say, or do anything to get elected. That’s why the Obamabots are so worried. That’s why Obama is telling his disciples not to get over confident. That’s why the Obama campaign tries real hard to make it look like Obama has already won … just like they did in the run against Hillary in the primaries. I happen to believe there are legions of people who are going to vote for McCain on November 4th … unlike the ‘in your face’ Obama supporters, November 4th is when the McCain supporters will express themselves. Keep America safe and strong, elect McCain/Palin on November 4th.

  15. Any conservative bloggers interested in participating? Let me know I am the Lead editor for the dontgo Florida movement.

  16. kevin says:

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  17. joe says:

    most are defunct… the rest are crap.

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