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Who Was Blogging the Democratic National Convention (in July 2004)?

Who Was Blogging the Democratic National Convention (in July 2004)?

Cyberjournalist.net provides a list of people credentialed as bloggers in attendance at the DNC. A good list of important political bloggers.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

The Agonist | thoughtful, gloomy, timely

The Agonist | thoughtful, gloomy, timely

Looking to be the muscle that gets the collective body moving, the Agonist is a collective blog that accepts stories from registered members. The stories are screened by the site???s editors, but comments and discussion are not. Most of the stories are on the war.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Andrew Sullivan : The Daily Dish

Andrew Sullivan : The Daily Dish

Political blogger Andrew Sullivan has been a contributing writer and columnist for New York Times Magazine and a columnist for the Sunday Times of London. He writes a daily column for The Atlantic titled “The Daily Dish.”
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Crime and Clues

Crime and Clues

Maintained by a Crime Scene Technician, provides news and links to all aspects of “The Art and Science of Criminal Investigation,” including different types of evidence and investigations.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Crime; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Editor’s Cut

Editor’s Cut

Instead of being the first with the latest, this left-leaning blog by Katrina vanden Heuvel, the managing editor of the political magazine, The Nation, rather reflects on what has been on the news and draws visitors??? attention to what should have been there.
Subject: Reference Blogs–News & Current Events Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Reference Blogs–News & Current Events Blogs

Right Wing News

Right Wing News

Upset after “the horrible, biased job the media did in covering Florida [the 2000 election],” John Hawkins started a right-wing web site providing heated political discussion and a gateway to right-wing blogs, websites, and more heated political discussion.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

MyDD

MyDD

While the fact-checking (“Due Diligence”) done on this blog definitely does have a liberal bias (or an impetus, at least), Jerome Armstrong always shows where he gets his numbers and news, and visitors also enjoy more site-searching capabilities than the average blog makes available.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Davenetics

Davenetics

Blogging before they had a name for it, San Franciscan Dave Pell is a little more down-to-earth than the average political blogger. He describes himself as a “centrist Democrat,” and his blog provides commentary on the latest political news. Merged with the previous Electablog.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Emergency Preparedness Today

Emergency Preparedness Today

A blog dedicated to emergency management and preparedness and public safety. Issues include articles about school safety, communications interoperability, hospital preparedness, hazard assessments and more.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Government–US Federal Government; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs

Construction Law Musings

Construction Law Musings

Read articles on everything dealing with construction law. Written by a construction lawyer and guests who are experts in the field of construction law.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure–Home & Garden–Home Construction; Law, Government & Political Science–Law–United States; Business & Economics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs

White House Watch – by Dan Froomkin – at washingtonpost.com

White House Watch – by Dan Froomkin – at washingtonpost.com

A special column on the washingtonpost.com providing one reporter’s (Dan Froomkin’s) daily view on what’s happening in the West Wing or with the people who work there as reported by selected major newspapers, periodicals, web sites, and blogs. Free registration required.
Subject: Reference Blogs–News & Current Events Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Reference Blogs–News & Current Events Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Groklaw

Groklaw

Pamela Jones, editor of this blog, is a journalist with paralegal background who fell into learning IT and then fell in love with it and with open source software. When SCO, the makers of Unix, filed its lawsuit against GNULinux, Jones began to follow all the developments of the case. Now, the blog is a detailed reference resource covering this on …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs