As December 15 approaches, you still have time to nominate — or second — your favorite conservative, libertarian (or otherwise iconoclastic) blogress for the coveted title of Grande Conservative Blogress Diva 2007.
We define a diva as a strong, confident woman who commands the respect of men. And given how much (most) gay men respect such women, we believe it appropriate that our blog conduct this competition.
Sometime tomorrow, Bruce and I will review the comments to this post, the initial posts (here and here) on the competition and our e-mail to determine the final list of nominees. Unlike last year, we expect to do this in two parts, with the first round of balloting taking place from Sunday, December 17 until December 24, then holding a run-off the following week, announcing the new year’s Diva just as the old year draws to a close.
Please use the comments section to second one of the blogresses below — or to nominate another wise and witty blogress whom we may have neglected. Or you can just e-mail me.
Little Miss Attila
Wizbang‘s Lorie Byrd
Dympha of Gates of Vienna
Jane Galt of Asymmetrical Information
Townhall’s Mary Katharine Ham
Bridget Johnson of GOP Vixen
Reigning Grande Conservative Blogress Diva Sondra K of Knowledge is Power
Carol Platt Liebau
National Review Online‘s K-Lo (Kathryn Jean Lopez)
Kate MacMillan of small dead animals
Betsy Newmark of Betsy’s Page
Juliette of Baldilocks (and Pajamas)
Pamela of Atlas Shrugs
Kathy Shaidle of Relapsed Catholic
Alexandra von Maltzan of All Things Beautiful