By The Right Scoop


I’m trying something new by creating a ‘Hot Air styled’ headline section. I’m not exactly sure how this will unfold exactly, but there are stories that I don’t necessarily want to blog but I do want to share with you. So for now, I am creating a headline post each day that will stay at the top of the page that I will update as the day progresses. Feel free to leave comments and let me know what you think or discuss the headlines!

Chicago Boyz
Why aren’t these people laughed out of the room?

DailyCaller
Heartache: Elena Kagan confirmed to Supreme Court

BlackAndRight
Video: We’re going to be hearing the N-word a lot from the Tea Party

Hot Air:
Palin vs Politifact

Las Vegas Sun:
Sharon Angle: Entitlements are making government our God

Cubachi:
The Broken Window Fallacy

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  • KeninMontana

    I like the headline feature scoop, Hope to see it become a fixture.

  • Dash

    I think this is a good idea…keep it up.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Judy-Wick/1135571744 Judy Wick

    I like it – it's easier to get the headlines in one place without having to go to another website.

  • bfunk221

    I like it. Maybe it would be easier to keep updated in a separate frame from the videos?

  • Tony

    I enjoy RS much more without the headlines. I enjoy the vids and your point of view on them. I have a handfull of websites I check more than once during my day, the Right Scoop being one. Imho, if you do keep the headlines, stay away from storys posted on Drudge, Fox, etc. There is a lot of news out there but it gets frustrating reading through the same headlines and articles on different websites.

  • http://www.therightscoop.com/ therightscoop

    Just curious, how would it make your experience less preferable?

  • KeninMontana

    Saw this linked on Drudge it's an interesting read, http://online.wsj.com/article/SB100014240527487