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Over 60,000 Viewers Came To Atlas for 44th City Council Race Coverage

March 28, 2010

Thanks for staying with Atlas and following the stories about the 44th City Council District race!

We’ve had over 60,000 viewers coming to learn out this race over less than three months. Viewers are now coming to Atlas at a rate of almost triple that which they came last year. People are reading and the message is being heard!

Hopefully everyone has learned something, and I can guarantee you all that there is more to come.

Come back in the next few weeks to learn more about the Democrat-Republican connections, new revelations, our analysis, and ways to fix politics in our borough.

We look forward to it!

  1. Atlas Shrugs is a Phenomenon permalink
    March 30, 2010 2:44 pm

    The only way to describe Atlas Shrugs in Brooklyn is as a phenomenon in local GOP politics. Most importantly, it represents something new in our local GOP/conservative/libertarian online community. These writers are not afraid to expose their party’s leaders and promote changes and reforms WITHIN the party to spur growth and cut away its dead flesh. That takes guts, and the instruments used by these writers are not blunt but much more refined.

    That leads me to my next point: competence. The writers of this blog demonstrate intelligence and understanding in tackling issues that generally lead the average political mind toward cynicism. Contrarily, Atlas’ writers remain resolved to reform and refuse to give up, even after growing extremely controversial amongst the party leadership. For that, they deserve to be commended.

    Lastly, Atlas Shrugs maintains more integrity than other sites because it shields its authors’ identities. While there are hate blogs out there (even one directed toward this blog, if you can believe it), Atlas is always critical of the MOTIVES and DECISIONS of the people in leadership positions. It does not attack them for meaningless trivia, like that Jig/Gerry O’Brien/Russell Gallo website does. It’s not a game for them, and they take these issues very seriously. Because of that, their pseudonymous status only serves to increase their credibility. They do not attack people personally but professionally, and that’s MORE of what we need in local politics.

    It’s an imperfect blog, like all political blogs, but a very good one. So, overall, I wish you all congratulations, Atlas Shrugs in Brooklyn, for serving your party and your borough very well.


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