Political News Archives: Page 2

This is page 2 of the political news archives.

Citizens Using Web to Monitor and Record the Elections (November 7, 2006): The Internet has added multiple new methods for allowing the public to monitor voting problems.

Video the Vote (November 6, 2006): If you want to participate in all the voting-related citizen journalism projects you will need both your digital camera and your camcorder.

Variety Launches Political Blog (November 1, 2006): Variety has launched a new blog called Wilshire & Washington.

AOL Launches Political Blog Network (October 17, 2006): Add another one to the growing list of blogs launching to cover the midterm elections.

BBC Launches US Midterms Blog (October 11, 2006): The BBC has joined in on the US midterm election fun with a new blog called The Reporters: US mid-terms.

Cute Little Elephants and Donkeys Required on New Political Blogs (September 26, 2006): Mainstream media outlets are busy launching political blogs.

New York Times Launches The Caucus (September 12, 2006): The New York Times has launched a new political blog called The Caucus.

New Republic Terminates Lee Siegel's Blog (September 2, 2006): The New Republic announced that they have suspended Lee Siegel and terminated his blog, Lee Siegel on Culture.

Some Bloggers Doubt Ken Lay Died (July 10, 2006): Most blogs still discussing Ken Lay's death or discussing how he died and what will happen to his money.

The Truth's Out: Rove Not Indicted (June 17, 2006): Earklier this week Karl Rove was given the news that he will not be charged in the ongoing cia leak scandal.

Donald Trump Starts Blogging (August 11, 2005): Donald Trump has started a blog, called The Trump Blog, which provides business and marketing advice.

Poll: 44% of Adults Read Politics Blog (April 18, 2005): 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.

75 Million Used Internet for Politics in 2004 (March 25, 2005): The internet became an essential part of American politics in 2004.

Senators: Blogs Safe From Campaign Finance Regulation (March 9, 2005): Senators McCain and Feingold say blogs are safe from potential Internet regulation by the FEC.

James Carville to Publish Children's Book With Simon & Schuster (January 30, 2004): Anne Schwartz Books/Atheneum Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, has announced plans to publish political consultant and New York Times bestselling author James Carville's first picture book, written with award-winning children's book author Patricia C.