What American bloggers have to say about the Middle East’s only democracy.
NewsReal Blog is expanding and developing. Our Concession Stand sub-blog is moving beyond collecting our apolitical posts to serving as our blog focusing on exploring political themes in popular culture — movies, music, TV, the arts, and sports. This team is led by associate editor Chris Yogerst and features David Forsmark and Ryan Mauro. We [...]
What’s the easiest way to support NewsReal Blog and the David Horowitz Freedom Center? By making your Amazon purchases through us. Every day NRB will be highlighting books its bloggers have read or are reading now.
Here are several of David’s favorite books that he’s been reading recently:
Sometimes the leftist bloggers have a “unique” brand of humor. The kind of “unique humor” that makes most everyone else cringe. Earlier today the liberal blogger Atrios, aka Duncan Bowen Black of Media Matters fame and formerly of the wildly unsuccessful Air America tweeted:
cnbc is only fun to watch when the market is tanking
Nice to [...]
NewsReal will feature three kinds of coverage for the President’s State of the Union speech tonight at 9 PM EST:
Diane Suffern, Sandra Lee, Jeff Hedgpeth and Lori Ziganto will be live-tweeting throughout the speech. To follow them then click here and follow NRB’s list of bloggers on twitter.
F. Swemson will be live-blogging the speech at [...]
Why another book on the 2008 campaign, a year after the inauguration of President Obama? What more is there to say about a race that was covered day in and day out by newspapers, magazines, television, radio and bloggers? Is there anything more to learn about the candidates — and does it matter to an […]
As the President gave his long-awaited speech on his Afghanistan strategy a few weeks ago I sat live-tweeting responses and trying to anticipate how NewsReal’s bloggers might respond to it.
The first remark from Obama’s speech which struck me as tweet-worthy came early:
As we know, these men belonged to al Qaeda — a group of extremists [...]