The Order of Brilliant Bloggers

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Nominations - January's "Best Political Post and Site"

Political blogging - the subject is serious, but the writing may handle a political subject in either a serious or satirical fashion. In order to give full respect to the political blogger, whose audience may totally enjoy the writing style and material, but not know if the bloggers intentions were indeed satirical (Comedic) or serious (Dramatic), it is important to make sure that political blogging stands in a category by itself. Therefore, please nominate all political posts and sites here!

Think of the subject matter and how well it was handled in the writing. You do not have to agree with the author's viewpoint... nominations should be based on the nominator's RESPECT for the writer's skillful writing on the subject matter!

Again, all posts nominated must be written in January. All sites nominated must have at least one political post for January.

Nominations end January 31st at 11:59:59 PM EDT. Voting beings February 1st through February 5th at 11:59:59 PM EDT. PLEASE do not vote before February 1st.

Good luck, as always!

6 Comments:

At 1/10/2006 10:58 PM, Blogger Cym said...

I nominate Dimitri Alexander's World Ideologies as Explained by Reference to Cows for Best Political Post.

 
At 1/12/2006 6:49 AM, Blogger Nerdine said...

I second that nomination!

 
At 1/24/2006 12:59 PM, Blogger Nerdine said...

I'd like to nominate Gary at withinsigt for Best political site.
http://withinsight.blogspot.com/

 
At 1/26/2006 4:10 AM, Blogger Nerdine said...

and I'd like to nominate Auntie Willow over at Latte Lectures and her post "Chin up, Canada" for best political post.

http://www.infinitelattes.com/serendipity/

 
At 1/27/2006 6:00 PM, Blogger Jeffrey E. Hunter said...

I'd like to nominate Mr. Hand, Jamwall, Sarah and Meatbag's "The Wicked Truth": http://wickedtruth.blogspot.com

 
At 2/02/2006 8:24 PM, Blogger Gary said...

I second Nerdine's nomination for best post as Auntie Willow's post on the Canadian election at Latte Lectures

 

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