Real Clear Politics
Bing -- Microsoft
The Daily Caller -- Tucker Carlson’s website for news and opinions. Generally conservative and libertarian.
Hugh Hewitt -- transcripts from his excellent interviews are available here.
Powerline -- Three lawyers and a professor -- who won't shut up! Ammo Grrrll on Fridays. Not to be missed.
Eschaton Blog / Atrios
Daily Kos -- wild and very weird. “They” are watching; be very afraid.
MoveOn.org -- Progressives are on the march!
Huffington Post -- or the Puffington Host. Depends on whether you like it or not.
TalkingPoints -- Well written.
Don't Call List --
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NetLingo -- Dictionary listing for all those acronyms used on the web. FWIW.
Java Code Development -- Hints to smooth the way to set up a super environment to develop JSP's and Servlets conveniently on your home workstation.
Lincoln Chafee -- He's a Democrat now -- so why not give it his best shot?
Ready for Hillary -- Get your name on the HRC email list and be ready for a barrage of donation requests.
Bernie Sanders -- A warning to the 1% -- Bernie wants to take back our country from you people.
Run Warren Run -- Sign up here if you want Senator Elizabeth Warren to run for President.
Ben Carson -- Raised himself out of proverty and trained to be an neurosurgeon. That's not enough of a career so he's decided he wants to be President. Doesn't believe in the concept of being "politically correct." I like him already.
Ted Cruz -- Get all the latest "Cruz News."
Carly Fiorina -- Running very hard but probably for the vice-presidency.
Mike Huckabee -- One more time! He's gained some weight back so maybe a strenous campaign will help him get in shape again.
George Pataki -- Former New York Governor who evidently didn't think there were enough Republicans already in the race. His one hope is a decent showing in the early New Hampshire primary.
Rick Perry -- Rick is hitching up his spurs yet again for the White House.
Marco Rubio for President -- The tee-shirts and coffee mugs are already printed.
Rick Santorum -- He came in second in the Republican primaries last time. In true Republican fashion, he should be the Republican nominee this time around.