An Unnecessary, Necessary Explanation
You may be wondering why there is a disclaimer on the side of this page that suddenly appeared this week.
Well, there are reasons. I wanted folks to know that this is my blog and not owned by my employers. They know about this blogging thing, however, it is always best to disassociate my opinions from theirs.
Also, they don't own it and I wanted to make that clear.
Having been accused of having a "cheerleader" site as well by some one I respect, I just wanted to say I accept that accusation. I see the blogging world as a community and I needed an outlet.
It's something I enjoy.
I also have been accused a couple of time of not having integrity by doing this blog and working in media, but that was a while back and I don't accept that although they are certainly allowed their opinion. There are other bloggers who work in media who lean right, left and somewhere in between. I think it's great.
Newscoma and my daytime job are two different things. I can't stress that enough. And if you have read this blog for any length of time I do try to be respectful of other people's feelings.
With some local folks coming to visit, the disclaimer is as much for them as it is for me.
This is my
opinion and my musings on things that interest me. Be it political, of a pop culture nature or in living life in a small rural community, I own the words I write and I'm liable to change my mind at a moment's notice.
This is a blog.It's supposed to be fun, which it is.
I took that advice.
I hate that I had to do it, but I felt it was necessary. When I decided to not hold a line to anonymity, which I don't, then that was the price I had to pay. My name is Trace Sharp, if you are wondering and it's out there.
Just explaining these words to myself as much as I am to you, kind reader.