Our brother pointed out to us earlier this week that for some reason, students accessing the internet using BYU computers were not allowed to visit lybberty.com. Initially we thought it may have been due to the somewhat critical posts about the firing of former BYUSA employee, Todd Hendricks (see also here). We reiterate that these were complaints about BYUSA–a blight on the campus of BYU–and not campus administration or the university itself. As it turned out, it was just an oversight. Thanks to the help of our friend and frequent commenter, Fernando Mladineo, that problem has now been resolved.
We will preempt Raisin by pointing out the obvious irony of BYU students being unable to access what is at least politically, a conservative blog. However, it’s also worth nothing that where he thought he was debating a bunch of ignorant BYU students, he in fact was not.
A quick check of statcounter shows regular visitors from about 30 different states and 7 different countries–including the U.S. and Britain. After our couple month-long hiatus, it’s nice to see the traffic pick back up. We appreciate your efforts in spreading the good word about On Life and Lybberty.
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