The great Hugh Hewitt is not only a seer, he is the single most magnanimous man we have ever met. Handed the crystal ball by National Review Online and asked to make New Year’s Predictions for 2004 together with Rick Brookhiser, Jonah Goldberg, K-Lo, Clifford May, Kate O’Beirne, Peter Robinson, and Andrew Stuttaford, he goes out of his way to plug Power Line.
Among his other, slightly more likely predictions, his ninth prediction is that Power Line and Evangelical Outpost will become the must-read blogs of 2004. His tenth prediction is that “Cleveland becomes sports capitol of the U.S. as the Indians and Browns compete for championships and the Cavs emerge in the fall of 2004 as the team to beat in 2005.” I infer that he rendered his predictions in order of likelihood.
We have never in any event met anybody quite like Hugh. He is an extraordinarily gifted and accomplished man who seeks to use his success to benefit others. Although I’m afraid his prediction for Power Line may put him in the same prophetic league as Johnny Carson’s Carnac the Magnificent, we’ll do our best to live up to his prediction for 2004.
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