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NewsReal’s New Sub-Blogs

Posted By David Swindle On February 10, 2010 @ 2:56 pm In NewsReal Blog | 1 Comment

Beginning today NewsReal Blog has begun expanding and organizing its content by way of several sub-blogs, all of which are listed in the sidebar to the right. Below is a brief explanation of each subblog’s purpose:

The Cover Page is the same old Newsreal Blog that you’ve always known. It will collect every post from all of the sub-blogs.

Featured Posts are NewsReal Blog’s standard 250-450 word commentaries about the media.

NewsReal Twog features shorter posts, primarily of breaking news. Our live-blogging and live-chats will also be featured here.

The Radical Spirit will be our venue for discussion and debate within the blog. It will also feature interviews and debates with those outside the blog. The title of this sub-blog obviously does not refer to radical politics but to the radical spirit to pursue truth and justice.

The Feminist Hawks’ Nest focuses on issues relating to women and conservatism. It’s inspired by the “Feminist Hawk” meme described in articles here and here.

The Concession Stand features NRB’s apolitical posts, in the tradition of our Lunch Break and Midnight Snack posts.

David’s Blog collects all posts by our Editor-In-Chief David Horowitz as well as all of the daily quotes from his works and interviews.

Headlines features all of the articles and blog posts around the web that we’ve felt worthy of sharing with you.

Over the next few weeks we’ll be developing these sub-blogs with enhanced banners and specific NRB bloggers assigned to them. We’ll also be adding new sub-blogs as the need arises for them. If any of our readers have specific ideas for sub-blogs we should add then I invite you to discuss them in the comments below.

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