Nuts and Dolts--is one of my favorite political opinion blogs.......newly re-designed and totally wonderful I'm always pleased when a new post pops up. One astute observer of the American political scene blogs her thoughts and opinions with style and humor here, writing under the name of Adelia Woodbury. Check it out.
Political Irony-- has a dry humor and a wry take on Washington and the world. Its tagline of " Humor and Hypocrisy from the World of Politics" says it all. Frequent posts here always with bite-- love it.
Groping the Elephant is not a blog about Republicans. Rather, it is as much philosophical and spiritual as it is political and it is always a great read for anyone who is basically a seeker. The author bills himself as reflecting back on his youth as a Fundamentalist Christian and also examing his efforts to construct a worldview to replace the one of his youth. His political observations are astute and deep.
The Blog of the Moderate Left is a place I often check in on and enjoy stopping always. Free lance writer and blogger, Jeff Fecke doesn't post often, but when he does post it is always well written and thoughtful information that was worth waiting for.
Freak Out Nation does not mince words. This blogger is passionate and fabulously vocal on all liberal and progressive issues, but is a particular champion of the Occupy movement and women's issues--two things close to my heart. Her prolific posts reflect intelligence and caring.
Momma Politico is a California educator and liberal progressive who tells it like it is. Her specialty is kitchen table politics-- the best kind IMO. Her posts are long and meaty and she's got a great sense of humor. Check her out.
Nomadic Politics is a new kid on the progressive block, just in time for the upcoming Presidential election and it looks like it is going to be a terrific additionm with good meaty posts and essays on progressive issues in American politics.
Have so many more but have to run so this will get you started..-- check out my blogroll to find more and feel free to leave your favorites in the comments section.
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