Lexington Development and Publisher Scott Schaefer are very pleased to announce the launch of the LexingtonWiki, an all new, feature rich addition to the Lexington Development Network. We think of the LexingtonWiki is an online research library and knowledge base of epic proportions.Several months in the making, the LexingtonWiki is now ready for pre-release. We have styled the LexingtonWiki as closely as possible to the styling of Wikipedia, in order to make the appearance and functionality of the LexingtonWiki immediately familiar to our readers. Complete with rich features and extensive content, our Wiki has just reached the 2,000 page milestone. Please visit the LexingtonWiki and take it for a spin. Please register as a new user and set your preferences to enjoy the full functionality of the Wiki and let us know what you think.
About Scott Schaefer
Scott Schaefer is a political writer and the publisher of Intelligent US Politics. Schaefer is a self described constitutional conservative and patriot who writes extensively on the subject of American politics. In addition to Intelligent US Politics, Schaefer also publishes the American Politics Wiki and writes for many other blogs and websites. Much of his writing is syndicated by Technorati Media. Schaefer, who was a home builder and real estate developer for 25 years, now heads Lexington Development, a boutique web design and Internet marketing firm in Texas that specializes in developing high performance solutions for small businesses and start ups that integrate website design, search engine optimization (SEO), Internet marketing and content development services. His background in American politics began in 1974 when he was enlisted by his father as a political campaign volunteer at the age of 10. Though more conscript than volunteer in that first political campaign, Schaefer found he had a passion for politics. He volunteered for his second political campaign two years later working for a slate of four independent candidates against a network of entrenched incumbents. His passion and energy were reflected in the results as the entire slate was elected. Schaefer's father, John Schaefer, was one of those candidates, and the man from whom he inherited his political zeal. His father's political victory bolstered Schaefer's dedication to politics and significantly expanded his skill set. He then took the next logical step and moved to the national stage in 1980, working for Ronald Reagan and Barry Goldwater, both of whom were elected by landslide. His passion for politics was was soon fueled by a strong sense of patriotic duty. Having closely observed the malaise caused by Jimmy Carter and the contrasting, upbeat solutions offered by Ronald Reagan, Schaefer found himself dedicated to the principal of American Exceptionalism. Schaefer entered the political arena as a candidate himself in 1981. Successful in his first candidacy, he was elected state President of the Arizona Teen Age Republicans, serving one term. In 1984, Schaefer again returned to politics and worked tirelessly on Ronald Reagan's reelection campaign, the result of which was the greatest political landslide in American history. Taking time away from politics, Schaefer focused on a private sector career, starting a small business in 1984, which he ran successfully until founding Intelligent US Politics in 2009. Many of Schaefer's political articles are syndicated by Technorati Media. In syndication, his political articles have been republished on more than 36,000 websites and blogs worldwide.