As RedState.com moves into its more activist political phase, I find myself in the unenviable position of having to step off the proverbial train. RedState has been an important part of my daily writing routine, but as in all things, the end of the line has come. So, it’s time for me to move on to my own next phase so that I can put more time and attention to the blogging that I am contracted for elsewhere.
Simply put, due to my own personal times constraints, I simply cannot keep up on the goings on in Washington in the fresh and timely manner demanded by this conservative blog of record. RedState will continue to be an important stop for those that need to know of the daily business in D.C. and will also continue to serve as the one place where conservatives and Republicans can go to find out how to become involved.
I want to thank the many RedState readers that have emailed me over the years with their kind words about my past work here and I want you to know that I appreciate your encouragement. I also want to thank the many comments that have been left on my RedState diaries. You have all been wonderful and I am humbled. I leave you all with the archives as a fond memory.
Also, I want to thank the many RedState front page contributors that made me feel so welcome. You guys are a heck of a bunch.
I will, of course, continue to write for my own blog and the several other blogs for which I work. I’m not leaving the blogosphere, for sure. I will also drop an occasional diary here when I can. I just won’t be front paging any more.
Thanks again and please do follow me on PubliusForum.com, my own personal blog.
Yours in service,
Warner Todd Huston