McCarthy is always repulsive, but he’s outdone his own record this time — which, believe me, is not easy to do. McCarthy’s piece is a response to Arif Alikhan, Los Angeles’s deputy mayor. Alikhan was recently appointed by Pres. Obama to the position of assistant secretary for policy...
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I could not agree more with Greg Sargent’s take on Mark Halperin’s “indefinite suspension” from MSNBC for saying, on Morning Joe, that Pres. Obama is “kind of a dick.” I’m sorry, but this is crazy. Halperin’s crack was crude and dumb, but it doesn’t deserve indefinite...
Obviously, any estimate of the size of the blogosphere is always going to be, first, a guess, and second, an outdated guess maybe 30 seconds after it’s made. That said, WebDesigner Depot puts the number of active blogs at “over a hundred million.” Conservatively. If you factor in the blogs...
Have you ever found yourself digging through a seemingly endless list of bookmarks searching in vain for that one blog you saved some time ago and thinking, “isn’t there a better way to keep up to date on my favorite blogs?” Me too. For years I used the blogrolls here at Comments from Left...
So. You’ve all no doubt heard about the $315m dollar acquisition of the Huffington Post by AOL (and, no doubt, already made the T&A CD-ROM coaster joke on Twitter). With $315m in your coffers, one would think that calls for Arianna and her new corporate overlords in Silicon Valley to finally...
In memory of one of our own who passed, a best of the blogs 2010. The much missed Jon Swift/Al Weisel left behind some excellent satire, but was also a nice guy and a strong supporter of small blogs. Blogroll Amnesty Day (co-founded with skippy) is a celebration of small blogs that’s still going...