When I write something, I name myself, and everyone knows where to send a process server. With the Watchdog, you know you are encountering Harold's barking. Harold Hamilton using his name adds credibility. When that may not be the case anonymity may be the choice.
How about those fifty profile hits, with nothing YET published.
It makes you wonder about -
How many own a piece of this and who they are.
Braveheart, for sure? Love of freedom? All that?
Let us hope for the best. The high road.
Let us hope for a name.
HOWEVER, remember last cycle, the hate blog, "Learn About Natalie," attacking Natalie Steffen after the primary when her opponent for the Berg seat on the county board was Matt Look? Do you remember?
Well, from that 50-hit profile page notice: "Blogs I follow - Eyes On Ramsey.
Before the scrubbing happens, that link at the time of this post said:
If the ownership of this stuff is not claimed by a person giving a name, what are we to conclude as to whose effort it is and what direction of publishing is intended?
Do anonymous bloggers make good citizens?