Political Blogs: Page: 2

This is page 2 of the Political Blogs posts on The Write News.


Bloggers Discover Doctored Reuters Photographs
Bloggers recently discovered that at least two Reuters photographs were doctored by photographer Adnan Hajj. (August 7, 2006)

Liberal Bloggers to Meet in Las Vegas
A New York Times article says 1,000 liberal bloggers are getting together for a convention in Las Vegas. (May 28, 2006)

Congressman Live Blogs Capitol Lockdown
The Rayburn House Office Building at the U. (May 26, 2006)

Blogstorm Follows Stephen Colbert's WHCA Performance
There is great buzz in the blogosphere about Stephen Colbert's performance at the White House Correspondents Association Dinner. (May 1, 2006)

Jill Carroll Was Falsely Accused by Some Bloggers
A few right wing bloggers gave kidnapped Christian Science Monitor journalist Jill Carroll an unbelievably hard time over her kidnapping. (April 11, 2006)

Donald Rumsfeld: History is Not Made Up of Blogs
The Washington Post has a quote from Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld where he says he prefers history over what blogs, news headlines and websites are saying about the situation in Iraq. (March 18, 2006)

Senator's Aide Shuts Down Blog After Complaint
Stormie Janzen, an aide to Senator Jeff Sessions, has shut down her blog on MySpace after a complaint was sent to Sessions' office. (February 8, 2006)

Media Spotlight for Ana Marie Cox After Wonkette Exit
Ana Marie Cox is getting a great deal of coverage from the mainstream media and the blogosphere after deciding to step down from Wonkette and work on her career as a novelist. (January 7, 2006)

New Study Finds Internet Makes People Feel Empowered Politically
A new study (PDF file) done by the University of Southern California's Annenberg School Center For the Digital Future concludes that people feel increasingly politically empowered by the Internet: Even though it's a slow-loading pdf file, this one is worth a read. (December 8, 2005)

The Huffington Post Launches
The Huffington Post blog and webzine has launched. (May 9, 2005)

Poll: 44% of Adults Read Politics Blog
A new Harris Interactive Poll has found that 44% of adults have read a political blog and 27% read them once a month or more. (April 18, 2005)

More Trouble for Tom DeLay
Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's troubles show no sign of ending any time soon. (April 5, 2005)

Blogs Popular During 2004 Elections
Weblogs emerged as very popular sources for information during the 2004 election. (November 5, 2004)