This week, a new feature was introduced at The Conservative Journal: The Library! The TCJ Library will feature must read books and magazines that I have read and reviewed, or those that have been suggested to me by readers. If you have written a book or know of a book that you think should be included, please e-mail me a email@example.com! For more details, click here.
Top 10 Posts and Pages of the Week
Everyone seemed to like these, so if you missed be sure to click the article and them out!
38% agree with me in saying that coverage is getting ridiculous, 28% don’t really care if they talk about it or not, 24% think it’s great to hear about their personal lives, and the remaining 10% didn’t he got a dog. I wonder what rock they’ve been living under?
Every week so far, Adam Lambert has taken top honors as your favorite American Idol contestant. This week, however, he passes the crown on to Kris Allen, who received 26% of the vote. Adam Lambert was close, though, with 25% of the vote. The rest of the idols stacked up as follows: Matt Giraud received 15%, Allison Iraheta received 13%, Danny Gokey received 8% of the vote, Anoop Desai received 4% of the vote, and Lil Rounds came in last with 1%. The remaining 7% dont’ watch. Again this week, the voters predicted the bottom two, who both left in a double elimination.
Solution to global warming? Remove that stupid green blanket and give her some air.
I just wanted to wish everyone a happy Earth Day. In case you didn’t know, Earth Day is my favorite holiday because earth is not going to yell at me for not getting her a gift, although Al Gore may have you believe otherwise. Unfortunately, I heard Barack and the green cheer squad are going to be stepping up Earth Day protocol next year, so enjoy it while you can.
Be sure to hop in your ozone killing vehicle and sit in traffic for two hours to get that plastic Sprite bottle to the recycling center downtown to show earth how much you care!
That’s right, we’ve come to the end of our quest to find the conspirator of WikiGate. Of the 5 suspects (Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank, Al Gore, Joy Behar, and Michael Moore) who do you think edited Barack’s Wikipedia page to eliminate some shadier details of his past? Review over the evidence and vote in the poll below to decide who you think is the head conspirator!
Mail Bag, which highlights e-mails and comments worth a second look.
The presence of The Conservative Journal on many different blog ranking sites, all of which can be found on the top of the right sidebar. This week, The Conservative Journal worked it’s way into the Top 10 of several of the ranking sites during the heat of the Meghan McCain saga. I guess we reported on it the best here? 🙂
The WikiGate Project, which is aimed to find the conspirator of the campaign to rid Barack’s Wikipedia entry of anything not deemed 100% good.
Top 1o Posts and Pages of the Week
Be sure to check these out, everyone else seemed to like them!
This could be the most obvious poll that will ever be on the site, but here are the results: 77% of readers of The Conservative Journal are more conservative, while 23% identify more with liberal viewpoints. To those 23% in the minority: I’m glad you here! Rally some more of liberal friends so we get some comment debates going! Seriously though, thank you to all that voted and read The Conservative Journal!
This results of this poll are a lot closer than I expected: When asked whose side Conservative Journal readers were (Either Jim Cramer or Jon Stewart) on in their little feud, 53% sided with Jon Stewart, and 39% sided with Jim Cramer; with the remaining 8% having no opinion. I voted for Jim Cramer because I think his show is funnier, but I wasn’t expecting many to vote for him. Guess everyone agrees?
March 16th- Internet problems prevented a poll on this day.
In this poll, 63% thought that Laura Ingraham crossed the line with her “plus-sized model” comment to Meghan McCain, 23% think America needs to lighten up, and the remaining 14% don’t care about either one of them enough to form an opinion. Once again, on this one I went with Laura Ingraham crossing the line initially, though after hearing the full context of the comments I don’t think they were that bad.
On this random issue, the vote was almost split exactly as the “Liberal or Conservative?” poll, with 74% siding with the more conservative “Pro-life” option, and the remaining 26% going with the generally liberal choice of “Pro-choice”. Of course, I went “Pro-life” on this one.
We posted this before news of his apology, and 74% of those polled said that B.O. needed to apologize for his remarks, with the remaining 26% thinking that America needs to lighten up and laugh. While I did vote that B.O. needed to apologize (glad he did do that), I generally side with America needing to lighten up. For someone that campaigned on a platform of hope, change, and equality this was a low blow.
Al Gore reminding everyone he invented this internet.
Al Gore is liberal enough to want the the Golden Boy to exist blemish-free, but he doesn’t have as much of a relationship with Barack as some of the other suspects. Still, his liberalness could very well have been a motive behind changing the entry. Look at the data below and decide for youself:
Al is a tech savvy guy. He’s got to know how to adjust his solar panels that he doesn’t really have to just the right wattage output to run his trillion square-foot Tennessee home. So that in itself gives him the immediate upper-hand when compared to Pelosi and Frank. Also, Al is used to having to swoop in and edit something online in order to save face. Just look at all those times his global warming numbers were proven false; he quickly pulled a ‘select all’, ‘delete’, ‘paste’ numerous times and had his global warming bull crap numbers changed to another set that we could all try and disprove. Also worth noting, Al Gore invented the internet.
Al doesn’t have as close ties with B.O. as most suspects. Though they have similar political stances, they aren’t as close of friends and their paths don’t meet quite as much. Also, Al is no doubt still bitter that his presidential prospects were cut short in 2000, and probably views Barack like the rest of us (an uninformed little punk) regardless of political view similarity.
Al Gore could be the dark horse in the race to find the conspirator of WikiGate. He is not really a suspect in most people’s eyes, which could be one of the reasons he felt safe committing the act. Don’t forget to check-in in the next few days to vote for who you think is behind this scandal.
Thanks for participating!
**If this makes no sense to you, read the original article about the WikiGate conspiracy by clicking here.