This Week’s Watcher’s Council Nominations

Watcher’s Council Nominations…March Madness Edition

on Mar 21 2012 | Filed under: Nominations.

Welcome to the Watcher’s Council, a blogging group consisting of some of the most incisive blogs in the ‘sphere, and the longest running group of its kind in existence. Every week, the members nominate two posts each, one written by themselves and one written by someone from outside the group for consideration by the whole Council.Then we vote on the best two posts, with the results appearing on Friday.

Ah, March Madness. Am I referring to roundball, the Republican primaries, the faux ‘war on women’ or the price of gas? The state of the world in general? Something else? Take your pick.

This week’s contest is dedicated to the memory of Rabbi Jonathan Sandler, his two young sons Arye and Gabriel, and Miriam Monsonego ( H”YD).

Council News:

This week, Liberty’s Spirit , The Grouch, Maggie’s Notebook and Right Truth took advantage of my generous offer of link whorage and earned honorable mention status.

You can, too! Want to see your work appear on the Watcher’s Council homepage in our weekly contest listing? Didn’t get nominated by a Council member? No worries.

Simply head over to Joshuapundit and post the title a link to the piece you want considered along with an e-mail address ( which won’t be published) in the comments section no later than Monday 6PM PSTin order to be considered for our honorable mention category, and return the favor by creating a post on your site linking to the Watcher’s Council contest for the week.

It’s a great way of exposing your best work to Watcher’s Council readers and Council members. while grabbing the increased traffic and notoriety. And how good is that, eh?

So, let’s see what we have this week….


Council Submissions

Honorable Mentions

Non-Council Submissions

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