The lunacy of lists

I find this sort of thing to be rather funny. It appears that Vox Popoli is rated the #7 Christian Libertarian blog while failing to rank among the top 100 libertarian blogs and websites.

The fact that an Obama suppporter and $700 billion banking bailout cheerleader such as Megan McCardle is on the Top 100 list while neither Ilana Mercer nor I are tends to illustrate the intrinsic problem with this sort of thing. While the Mises Institute is entirely appropriate, when did the conservative Heritage Foundation become libertarian? Given the peculiar definition of libertarian apparently in use there, I’m only surprised that Bill Maher isn’t topping the list.