December 26, 2004

Link Policy

I have no problem with those sites that wish to add a link to Confederate Yankee. You don't even need to tell me. Part of the fun of blogging is discovering new sites that feel strongly enough about something I've said that they link to it or to the site in general. So link away.

That said, I do not often respond to reciprocal linking agreements, so don't bother asking.

I will tell you that I often read comments made on this site, and if someone says something thoughtful, original, and intriguing, I will often visit their site, and if I like their site, I'll add it to my blogroll. I will not knowing link to sites that regularly feature content that would rate more than a PG-13, or an R-rating on the outside. If it ever happens that I link to a site that would earn an NC-17 or higher rating, please let me know.

I don't have any set rules on those sites listed in my blogroll, other than the fact that for some reason, they were of interest to me at the time they were blogrolled. I occasionally drop sites from my blogroll when it gets unwieldy. This isn't personal, I'm just making room for new links. Keep developing engaging commentary, and you could very well wind up blogrolled again.

Commenting Policy (added 09/02/2006, amended 02/07/2007)
Allowing comments on a blog is a personal choice that some bloggers allow and some don't. I happen to fall into the "do" category with restrictions:

  • Off-topic comments, irrelevant comments, or personal attacks are subject to deletion, without warning.
  • Commentors prone to creating off-topic, irrlevant posts are subject to being banned, without warning.
  • Any comments advocating violence towards individuals or groups are subject to deletion, without warning.
  • The blog owner reserves the right to enforce these rules unevenly and unobjectively, and may change and and all rules on a whim-by-whim basis. Deal with it, or better yet, get your own blog.
Posted by Confederate Yankee at December 26, 2004 01:33 PM

Your entry on Michelle Malkin is interesting but she often uses the easy way out to make arguments about difficult subjects. I have written a column this week about another perspective on Malkin's work at

Posted by: Rita J. King at July 30, 2005 10:51 AM

Well dude, I have you linked at my little blog... I think you have a great site and the layout is wonderful..

I am a native of Louisiana and you can only imagine the way this is tearing at my heart.. I have 2 daughters in south Louisiana, and a grandson... My Son is in the Persian Gulf area now, he is with the 256th BCT, La. Army National Guard... This is totally heart wrenching for us, even though we were NOT in the line of danger.. I am in the Dallas area and my kids are grown...

In any case, keep up the good work, Semper Fi... Fred

Posted by: TexasFred at September 3, 2005 01:21 PM