After spending the better part of the last 5 years blogging daily on Arkansas politics, I quit cold turkey in August when I began my new gig with the Foundation for Government Accountability. I was starting to miss it, so I fired up my internet machine today and decided I’d start again.
I actually decided to start this blog upon the recommendation of a friend, in order to aggregate my writing from around the web.
While I don’t write daily on politics anymore, I still write quite a bit (mostly on ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion) at Forbes.com, UncoverObamaCare.com, and occasionally elsewhere. I’ll be cross-posting those articles here, along with research papers I’ll be coauthoring. And I may even share a few snippets of articles where my work is referenced.
So if you’re interested in keeping up with what I’m doing — and you don’t feel like going through all of my Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn posts to find my work — this blog will be a good place to look.
I don’t intend to write any original content for this site, but hey, you never know. Hope you enjoy.
P.S. Check out the About page if you’re interested to learn where I came up with the name “The Echo Chamber.”