Welcome New Blog Readers!

By April 25, 2006General

Thanks to our front page post on RedState, an honorable mention by our friends over at PowerLine and by uber-blogger Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit, our traffic is pretty brisk today. We hope you newcomers will take a moment to look around. We have written a bunch on energy issues and, of late, on global warming — presenting the other side of the hysteria. We also take issue with Lou Dobbs more often than not and take an occasional shot at the trial lawyers. For fun, we post “Friday Follies” and every Saturday post a video of Cool Stuff Being Made.

Thanks again for visiting — we hope you’ll come back to see us soon again.

Join the discussion 3 Comments

  • Mia says:

    Pat and crew, I stumbled upon your blog when I was visiting the NAM site and while I don’t agree with everything you say, I do agree with most of it (and enjoy reading it all regardless). You do a beautiful job with your blog and with keeping everyone informed. Keep up the great work! Just out of curiosity, is there an email alert that goes out whenever you update your blog? If not, I’d love to get one. Take care.

  • Sheila says:

    Hi -I found your site via a google search.
    It would be great if you could have a list of manufacturer’s that drop ship and/or lists of distributors that drop ship. Help micro-businesses grow into small businesses into big businesses.


  • Congratulations to you Pat and all your colleagues who take the time to write for putting together such an informative, thoughtful and dynamic blog. I’ve been reading for some time now and am impressed not only by the amount, quality and depth of information that can be found here every day, by also by your discipline in updating it constantly.

    I’m sure you found the inspiration for this blog in manufacturers’ relentless efforts to innovate. As we keep saying here at CME (the NAM’s Canadian counterpart or sister association), if our members’ competitive advantage lies, among other things, in their ability to innovate and take advantage of changes in the marketplace, the same logic logic applies to associations such as ours!

    Again, kudos to all of you,

    JM Laurin