AMERICAblog is a progressive blog started by John Aravosis that frequently campaigns on gay rights issues. ...more on Wikipedia about "Americablog"
Dr. Duncan B. Black, known under his internet publishing pseudonym as Atrios, is the author of the popular United States liberal weblog Eschaton, which receives an average of over 100,000 hits per day. Atrios is also a regular commentator on Air America Radio's The Majority Report. ...more on Wikipedia about "Atrios"
Bartcop is the pseudonym of Terry Coppage (born September, 1953), a blogger and internet radio host from Tulsa, Oklahoma who is left of political center. He is a liberal Democrat, and is known for his intense and often scathing commentary and fierce humor, criticizing George W. Bush and other Republicans, as well as other conservatives. Bartcop is a critic of the current Democratic leadership for not speaking out against the War on Iraq and for what he calls "backstabbing" Bill Clinton, but he often rails against Nader voters and anti- NAFTA protestors. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bartcop"
Crooked Timber is a widely-read political blog run by a group of (mostly) academics from and working in several different nations, including the USA, the UK, Ireland, Australia and Singapore. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crooked Timber"
A left-leaning political blog or weblog focusing on video of current political events which began in August 2004 ** . Originally it rebroadcast audio and video of current events. In late 2005 it began to distribute original material, in the form of audio interviews, on the site. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crooks and Liars"
Daily Kos ( in an American accent ) is an American political weblog aimed at Democrats and liberals/ progressives. Run by Markos Moulitsas Zúniga, (Kos from the last syllable of his first name, often mispronouced) a young United States Army veteran, it has weekday traffic of 900,000 or more visits, and often reaches over 5 million unique visits in one week. It is arguably the most influential liberal weblog in the United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Daily Kos"
Florida News is a partisan Democratic weblog run by a poster identifying himself as "Mike." It focuses on Florida political news and contains commentary by the owner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Florida News"
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Joshua Micah Marshall (born February 15, 1969 in St. Louis, Missouri) is a moderate-liberal American political journalist and writer. He writes one of the most prominent U.S. political blogs, Talking Points Memo, which debuted on November 12, 2000. Marshall is also a columnist for The Hill, a Capitol Hill newspaper. ...more on Wikipedia about "Josh Marshall"
Matt Yglesias (born May 18, 1981) is a popular American political blogger and one of the prominent voices on the center- left wing of the blogosphere. ==Life and career== Matthew Yglesias attended Harvard University where he studied philosophy. He graduated magna cum laude in 2003. He was editor-in-chief of The Harvard Independent, a weekly newsmagazine, and also wrote for several other campus publications. He is also a staff writer at the American Prospect magazine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matt Yglesias"
MyDD is a popular political blog specializing in American politics started by Jerome Armstrong in 2001. All the authors of the blog -- who currently include Chris Bowers, Scott Shields, Matt Stoller and Jonathan Singer -- support the U.S. Democratic Party. ...more on Wikipedia about "MyDD"
Sadly, No! is a liberal/ progressive humor site based in Germany, originally as a project of founder Seb, but since 2004 operating as a group blog, currently with American contributors. Its rankings are "comfortably B-list" among liberal blogs according to the site, with daily traffic of between 1500 and 5000 visits, and it is notable for the small but very active community that frequents the site. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sadly, No"
The Smirking Chimp is an American political blog and message board website. Its name is intended as a derisive reference to George W. Bush, whose tendency to smirk has been widely noted. This tendency has been commented on in the media, most notably during the televised debates of the 2000 U.S. presidential election campaign. The Smirking Chimp's premise is that Bush resembles a chimpanzee, an apparent reference to a widely-circulated montage of several photos of Bush and chimpanzees with similar facial expressions. The site features a split image matching up half of Bush's face on one side with that of a chimp on the other. ...more on Wikipedia about "Smirking Chimp"
Vive le Canada is an Internet-based grassroots organization stressing Canadian nationalism. Specifically, Vive le Canada (or Vive as it is frequently called by members) focusses on political, economic, and cultural sovereignty from the United States of America. Its goal is to create a progressive Canadian society ruled by popular sovereignty and democracy. It is generally considered to be a left wing organization and has connections to the Council of Canadians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vive le Canada"
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