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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 Trademark Blog

The Trademark Blog

Blog from Martin Schwimmer, a lawyer who has represented some of the most famous trademarks in the world. Cases and legal news regarding trademark law are covered/discussed.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement 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 GNU\Linux, 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

Elder Law Prof Blog

Elder Law Prof Blog

From the “Web Profile” page: “Professor Kim Dayton is a nationally-known expert in the field of elder law. She is a co-author of Advising the Elderly Client…and Elder Law: Readings, Cases, and Materials…She founded the Kansas Elder Law Network, a web-based compendium of resources on elder law, in 1995. In 2003, KELN was renamed the National Eld …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

SCOTUSBlog

SCOTUSBlog

Blog from Goldstein & Howe, P.C., the only law firm in the United States that is principally devoted Supreme Court litigations. Provides expert analysis of recent federal and supreme court cases (SCOTUS being, of course, the Supreme Court Of The United States).
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science–Government–US Federal Government–Judicial Branch (Courts); Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Politopics

Politopics

Angela Winters is a Washington D.C. African-American freelance writer who is a self-proclaimed centrist in her political views. Her blog often provides interesting perspectives and provides numerous links to others news and political sites/blogs, African-American and otherwise.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Outside the Beltway

Outside the Beltway

Ostensibly outside Washington D.C.???s I-495 and so in touch with the common man as opposed to the politicians in the U.S. capital, James Joyner started this blog by himself in 2003 and has become successful enough now to have a number of permanent contributors. Joyner is a decorated veteran of Operation Desert Storm and now works as “a management …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Anderson@Large

Anderson@Large

Chicagoan Faye Anderson is a writer, public policy consultant, and online political commentator (who blogged for PoliticallyBlack.com before blogging was, well, blogging), who shares her views as a moderate Republican and African-American woman.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Right Reason

Right Reason

From the first post on the site: “This site is dedicated to philosophical explorations of moral, cultural, and political conservatism. The contributors are a diverse bunch, but all are committed to challenging the liberalism regnant among intellectuals and to giving conservative principles a careful, powerful, philosophical defense. On this blog yo …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Michelle Malkin

Michelle Malkin

Michele Malking is a Fox News Contributor, and so her blog comes from the right side of the political spectrum. From the “ABOUT” page: “My column, now syndicated by Creators Syndicate, appears in nearly 200 papers nationwide. My first book, Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores (Regnery …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

The World Forum

The World Forum

A forum that encourages “the participation of people of all people and religious ideologies from the entire world.” The site creator acknowledges a left-wing view, but he also expresses a deep desire to encourage intellectual debate and discussion betwen folks of all viewpoints.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

LaShawn Barber’s Corner

LaShawn Barber’s Corner

A conservative, Christian, Africa-American woman blogging on politics and recent news, Barber started writing opinion pieces after finding sobriety and faith in Jesus Christ. From the site???s “About” page: “I???m a freelance writer (and blogger) with articles, book reviews, columns and essays published in print???My work also appears online in Jew …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post

Former conservative (but not calling herself a liberal), Arianna Huffington is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of ten books. She has done numerous guest spots on political talk shows and news shows. Her blog attracts many well-known political figures and celebrities who comment on various events around the nation.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Afro-Netizen

Afro-Netizen

Founded by Chicagoan Chris Rabb in 1999, Afro-Netizen is a “net-centric social experiment whose mission is to inform, inspire and engage afro-netizens (Black ‘citizens of the internet’) and the communities they touch.”
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Sports Law Blog

Sports Law Blog

Two law professors and other sports fans discuss sports from a legal perspective–“All things legal relating to the sports world.” The site also maintains a quality index of links to sports and legal blogs.
Subject: Entertainment & Leisure Blogs–Sports Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Entertainment & Leisure Blogs–Sports Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs

Blogs for Victo(R)y

Blogs for Victo(R)y

“Blogs For Victory is an online community of bloggers dedicated to victory for the Republican Party and the war on terror.” Formerly known as Blogs For Bush, which launched in November of 2003 to cover the 2004 election.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

OxBlog

OxBlog

Blog providing news and a lot of commentary and political analysis from three semi-recent Oxford University grad students: Josh Chafetz, a law student at Yale, and David Adesnik and Patrick Belton, two grad students in international relations at Oxford. Funny, brilliant, and usually with interesting digressions.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

WatchBlog – U.S. Election News & Opinion

WatchBlog – U.S. Election News & Opinion

A “watch blog” is a blog created to correct errors or bias in online news sites. WatchBlog’s numerous editors/bloggers identify themselves as Democrat, Republican, or “Third Party & Independents.” Each provides “news, opinion and commentary for the 2004 election” from one of these three viewpoints. This framework has been extended beyond the 2004 …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Kausfiles – a mostly political weblog – hosted by Slate

Kausfiles – a mostly political weblog – hosted by Slate

Mickey Kaus reads, links, and responds to many other political bloggers and online news pieces. He also has great bumper-sticker, one-liner descriptions of some of the most popular blogs out there.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Daily Kos :: Political Analysis and other daily rants on the state of the nation.

Daily Kos :: Political Analysis and other daily rants on the state of the nation.

Extremely influential liberal weblog managed by Markos Moulitsas Zuniga, as a part of his political consulting firm. Around 100,000 people visit his site per day.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Political Animal – the blog for Washington Monthly

Political Animal – the blog for Washington Monthly

Formerly writing for his own blog, Calpundit, Kevin Drum now gives his liberal perspective on politics and culture at Washington Monthly’s website.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire

Taegan Goddard’s Political Wire

Goddard’s pieces have appeared in major newspapers across the country, and he has written a widely acclaimed how-to guide for political novices who have been elected but have never served before in that office. His blog provides commentary on political news and gossip.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Instapundit

Instapundit

University of Tennessee law professor Glen Reynolds’s greatly imitated and widely read political weblog (He’s sometimes known as the BlogFather.) While he says he is primarily interested in the overlap between personal freedom and advanced technology, his blog often dissects journalistic coverage and comments on the increasingly blurry line between …
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

TalkLeft: The Politics of Crime

TalkLeft: The Politics of Crime

Jeralyn Merritt, a criminal defense lawyer practicing in and around Denver, created this blog as a companion to his CrimeLynx site. Both sites are intended to be criminal law resources, but the blog’s purpose is to provide coverage from a liberal angle on crime and crime-related political news.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

RealClearPolitics

RealClearPolitics

Arguably better than an RSS news feed, this blog provides daily links to selected headlines, columns, editorials from major news and print publication websites, results of the latest polls, as well as news-related talk show transcripts.
Subject: Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Politics Blogs

Lessig Blog

Lessig Blog

A blog maintained by Lawrence Lessig, author of “Code and other laws of cyberspace,” and professor at Stanford Law School. Lessig frequently argues that Intellectual Property (IP) law does more to stifle creativity than digital piracy (e.g. old Napster, P2P file sharing, bootleg DVDs) does.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Libraries–Issues–Copyright; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs; Law, Government & Political Science Blogs–Law & Law Enforcement Blogs