What’s Old is New

For many years I had this site up on Compuserve. Back then it was just a plain old web site, and if I wanted to update it with new information I had to upload new pages created from scratch with Adobe GoLive. But times change and with the advent of blogging software from WordPress, and others, bloggers can now take advantage of all sorts of new capabilities. Thus it is time for The Red Moon Journal to move into the 21st century of blogging and social media. We leave behind the old design, but gain new features that give us more reach across the “Interwebtubes.”

I will, of course, still be writing about all of the important issues that we conservatives see as critical to the defense of political and economic freedom. Issues we must face if we are to save this country from those who want to “fundamentally transform” it into something that none of us want. And I have no doubt that there will be plenty to about which to write. But now a new platform will make that job more fun and easy and provide up to date abilities that keep us all informed and connected for the fight ahead.

As time goes on I will be adding links and other items to bring the site up to speed, so stay tuned. We have much work ahead of us.

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