Author Archives: Stephen VanDyke
Eagle-eyed Hammer of Truth readers may have noticed our facebook sticker giveaway linked up for a week in January. We ended up giving out three of our new stickers right as they came off the press.
Apparently the software/app we used at facebook was a total failure and only two people were able to even submit an entry. One person appears to join every giveaway the app announces, and never got back to us when we asked for shipping info. Oh darn. Lame, we know.
HoT has upped the stupendous sticker selection to five colors:
white, pink, yellow, silver and gold
Today we’re launching new sticker distribution abilities, and simultaneously unveiling Hammer of Truth Asks, our own political polling platform based on LimeSurvey.
Hammer of Truth Asks will be occasionally polling opinions like the big boys (except with more than two party ID choices). Because really, we’ve looked at all this polling stuff and determined it’s not all that hard. Well, it is actually rather difficult and it took entirely too long to customize and install and making one short survey took all day and statistics should be scientific and precise… well all you want to know is “Does it works?”
If you’re in the U.S., Canada or Mexico… get your free sticker now!
In fact, I’ll let Chad Ginsburg introduce himself with this fantastic video presented at Liberty First earlier this month. It gets a little long with the Q&A going on towards the end, but it’s one of the best examples of the Colorado Springs political scene (Liberty First is a bi-monthly meeting often frequented by GOP candidates seeking votes and “buzz”). Chad’s a genial libertarian and a natural showman and I’m eager to
exploit nurture that.
Welcome aboard Chad, and thanks for being a rock star by helping hand out a bajillion Hammer of Truth stickers already.
We took a break from covering the SOTU address this year. Don’t hate, we really just didn’t have the time, what with hanging out with Colorado’s next governor (maybe) and generally not caring what new imperial decrees or broken promises The NSA’s Teleprompter wants to scare us with next.
Honestly, there was some hope for one of those new tea party guys to be blitzed, hopped up on the resurgence of libertarianism, and start heckling him about his tie, but it was fleeting when we realized it turned them into those kind of people… the kind that just talk and talk and talk.
The State of the Union right now is cold, icy and largely immobile, much like the economy… go Broncos.