Today is a National Day of Blogger Silence (a sort of oxymoron?). The purpose is explained in this post by Ace, and Michelle Malkin has much more to say here, including contact information (Malkin is nothing if not thorough):
Free speech is under fire. Online thugs are targeting bloggers (mostly conservative, but not all) who have dared to expose a convicted bomber and perjuring vexatious litigant now enjoying a comfy life as a liberally-subsidized social justice operative. Where do your elected representatives stand on this threat to our founding principles?
And if you follow this link, you’ll find what a lot of other bloggers have written on the matter.
Fortunately, I’ve written a piece for PJ that appears today, so you even have something of mine to read and comment on, despite the (relative) silence.
Blogging is an alternative and complement to the MSM that’s come to mean a great deal to a lot of people. It certainly does to me. I bet it does to most of you, too.