At MercatorNet we like to keep our customers happy -- and to attract more. To this end we have devised a survey in which you can let us know what you like on our website, what you really, really like, and what you would like to see there in future.
We are also keen to know what devices and online media you use to access our articles and blogs, and how user-friendly or otherwise the site is. We know there is always room for improvement and we want to focus on the things that will be most useful to readers.
It’s not a long or complicated exercise -- it should take only 5-10 minutes -- and you don’t have to reveal everything about yourself from what you had for breakfast to how much money you have in the bank, so could I encourage you to click this link https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/P8DD8WB and have at it!
Our new articles deal with the US elections, same-sex marriage, virtues and Mexico. The indefatigable Michael Cook has written a most useful piece unpacking some of the fundamental concepts in the SSM debate. I have suggested that Mitt Romney’s presidential candidacy should be judged on his policies, not his Mormon faith. Andrew Mullins writes a tribute to that genius of the self-improvement movement, Stephen Covey (a devout Mormon, by the way). And George Friedman looks at Mexico -- alas, still seemingly closer to the United States than to God.
Of particular note in the blogs is Sheila Liaugminas’ post-mortem on the Todd Akin abortion/rape ruckus, Katie Hinderer’s post in Tiger Print on “The abnormality of a virgin marriage”, Marcus Roberts on some dirty business on the demography front … Gosh, why don’t you just check them all out.
Thanks in advance for doing the survey.