Too bad I never went in for meditation, which in theory would make it easier for me to focus on issues like “freedom of the press” rather than continue
about the bailout you and I will be giving Wall Street millionaires. The press-freedom thing is important since (as you may recall
) the first annual Connecticut Liberty Forum
takes place this weekend, and I’ll be sitting on the Sunday afternoon “Freedom of the Press” panel. I have written (with my customary sense of gravitas) my capsule biography
Jennifer Abel is a Connecticut-based freelance writer who has written for the Bristol Press and Hartford Advocate. She’s a frequent contributor to libertarian blogs and is currently doing research and interviews for The Art of the Possible. Her opinions can also be found at Ravings of a Feral Genius.
Before switching to journalism Jennifer held a variety of lucrative English-major odd jobs: she taught high school, researched and wrote NASCAR collectors’ guides, and did copywriting for an ad agency and copyediting for a defense-industry research firm. She also put in a brief stint as an editor for (what she later discovered was) a spam-writing company. But considering how many spambot links she’s since had to delete from her own blog’s comment threads, she figures she’s more than repaid that particular karmic debt.
Last-minute registration information is here