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Community for grass-roots activists, theorists, and political junkies. Offering breaking news, issue analysis, voting stats, and polling data.
|AndrewSullivan.com: The Daily Dish|
Links to articles about homosexuality, faith, politics, culture, people, and the war. Includes comments, interviews, letters, and book club.
|Angry In the Great White North|
Steve Janke analyzes Canadian federal politics from a right-wing perspective, but with an openness to the other side's arguments.
|Conspiracy Theory Central|
Political satire written from the perspective of a Stephen Colbert type on steroids. Taking right wing positions and pushing them over the cliff with humor.
|Coyote Report, The|
A counter-Drudge site which represents no particular political party and points to good reporting, resourceful links and videos with a positive and uplifting twist.
See early indications of the coming day's political coverage. Scan a daily memo prepared by NBC News’ political unit, for the NBC news team. Subscribe for text-only alerts.
Commentary on political, cultural and economic developments in Turkey from an Irish writer in Istanbul.
Public policy, political commentary, humour observations upon current events, book reviews, and noteworthy quotes.
|Last Men and OverMen|
Daily liberal news blog with political commentary from a progressive perspective.
The inventor of the political attack ad and commentary looks down at the issues of the present day, and offers his unique barbed criticism.
|Talking Points Memo|
A blog by a columnist, made up of a series of rather long and involved editorials about politics, government, and current events. Includes short autobiography, PDF document collection, and featured books.
Weblogs for the three major political affiliations, the Democrats, the Republicans and the Third Party.
|A Plain Blog About Politics|
A US political blog commenting on White House matters and the Congress. Also covers elections and US foreign policy with personal commentaries.
|Between the Lines|
Editor and software analyst for Seattle Times, Tom Brown, offers daily insight into the U.S. election and political stage. Comments and link suggestions welcomed.
Self proclaimed "political scientist in training" lifts the lid on what he considers to be outrageous claims and accusations of right-wing columnists against the left.
A political opinion blog. Includes archives, links to other Weblogs, and an irritable monkey.
|Centrerion Canadian Politics|
Centrerion comments on Canadian politics from a moderate perspective. Several writers contribute to the content.
A multi-author political blog edited by Justin Gardner.
|Eye on Boise|
Fresh news tidbits from the Statehouse. The Spokesman-Review keeps a watching brief on the Idaho Capitol, and how Legislature affects people in North Idaho.
|Eye on Olympia|
With a focus on the Washington Legislature, this SpokesmanReview.com site aims to "wade through spin and bureaucratic babble" to find laws that are relevant to the Inland Northwest.
A network of conservative bloggers providing a news alternative to the media.
|Gates of Vienna|
Features current and past posts relating to history and conservative politics.
Green psychologists view on environmental sustainability, eco culture, and global warming
|Lying in Ponds|
Contends that excessive partisanship is counter-productive to a healthy democratic system. Attempts to track the Democratic and Republican biases of a selection of regular political columnists.
Robert Cox describes himself as taking a right-of-center of position on media-related topics. His blog's slogan is "where politics, policy, and the media meet".
Looking behind public policy and foreign affairs beyond the political spin.
|Right We Are!|
Conservative, pro-U.S. blog with comments on current events, a list of celebrities who support the president, a hero of the week, and related links.
|Right Wing Thinking|
Far right wing thinking blog with interesting ideas on the Republican party.
|Rivers of Blood|
The destruction of the nations first requires the destruction of their nationalities, first through mass immigration and then world wide revolution, civil war and famine. genocide.
|Signs Of Progress For Bromyard|
Forum for Bromyard businesses to develop policies and put pressure on politicians to give small businesses more help.
|Sustainable Middle Class|
Data and commentary related to growing and maintaining a sustainable middle class. Offers anecdotes on middle class life, links to data sources, dialog forum, and books and movies.