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Bloomberg Has to Read Blogs to Find Out Where His President Is

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, April 20 2010

New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg is a little miffed that he had to find out about President Obama's visit to New York on Thursday from reading the Internets: "I just saw on the blogs this morning he was coming, so ... Read More

"I Want to Be the Kingmaker"

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, October 9 2009

The Financial Times profiles BigGovernment.com's Andrew Breitbart, with a particular focus on where he sees his place in the political news universe: Clark Hoyt, the [New York Times'] public editor, wrote that ... Read More

Why Twitter Matters & The Left Should Be Nervous

BY Michael Turk | Tuesday, May 5 2009

I realize I'm inviting much ridicule from my friends on the left, but I'm going to write this post anyway, and I'm going to leave the title intact - Why Twitter Matters & The Left Should Be Nervous. It's no doubt ... Read More

The One-Sided Blog Battle Over Harold Koh

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, April 3 2009

There's controversy brewing around Barack Obama's pick for what's arguably the State Department's most important legal post. What's particular relevant for us here is how it's playing out almost completely within the ... Read More

PdF's 2009 Top 50 Political Blogs

BY Micah L. Sifry | Wednesday, January 7 2009

We've been doing some housecleaning (in preparation for rolling out a site upgrade) and it's been some time since I dug in and updated our list of top political blogs. Indeed, an embarrassingly long time. Sorry! Anyway, ... Read More

Perspctv : Polls, News, Blogs and Tweets.

BY stevegarfield | Tuesday, August 26 2008

Check out Perspctv:An exploration of internet activity in reference to mainstream media. Gain a unique Perspctv on the US Presidential Elections. This project presents different perspectives in our world, including that ... Read More

Karl Rove: Not Citizen 2.0

BY Michael Bassik | Thursday, November 8 2007

Karl Rove and Max Cleland spoke to over 100 online political consultants today in Washington, DC during Yahoo's The Rise of Citizen 2.0 event. Yahoo's Citizen 2.0 is not much unlike IPDI's Poli-fulentials , Roper's ... Read More

No More Blog, Blog, Blog!

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Wednesday, June 27 2007

Blog this and blog that Blog it all and blog a blogging brat We don’t want a campaign that looks just like that I don’t want a campaign that looks just like that I am not a self-hating blogger, though I am a fan of ... Read More

Will Fred Thompson be an Internet Campaign Innovator?

BY Alan Rosenblatt | Thursday, May 31 2007

The news is buzzing today as Fred Thompson has quit "Law & Order" in order to launch a presidential bid. He has also indicated he plans to use the internet extensively in his campaign. In a blog post to ... Read More