When we started The Daily Hurricane back in 2008, we wanted to provide a format for open discussion about politics, news, energy, and social issues in a free-form, unedited format. During that time, the 2008 Presidential campaign was in full swing, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan were going badly for the US, and the political landscape in both Texas and the country was undergoing seismic shifts that continue to this day. Since our founding, we have covered current issues of the day, including women’s rights, gay rights, social justice, the environment, political and religious extremism, gun violence, international affairs, and any number of other important issues that interested us as individual bloggers.
Earlier this summer we decided that TDH needed a fresh look that was mobile-friendly and adaptive. The result is the new Daily Hurricane, complete with our new logo, the twin storm flags, that when flown together warn of a coming hurricane. In our case, that hurricane will come on a daily basis with the high winds and raging waters of political talk and coverage of current issues. Our faithful bloggers are still onboard, and we will be adding some new voices over the next couple of months. As always, we appreciate your feedback and participation. We plan on continuing the tradition of presenting news and views from the Eye of the Storm.
We hope you enjoy.