Thursday, 1 November 2007


It had to come at some point. Here is my list of other blogs of exceptional quality. The links that follow will take you to blogs so good Mr. Kipling might have made them, and then distributed them freely about the poor.

Bon Appetit!

Paulitics is a fucking good blog. A Noam Chomsky Pod Cast? Critical analysis of political polls? A ribbon campaigning to "Stop killing people"? He's in my RSS feeds.

David Goodner of The Des Moines Register has a very slick, smooth moving blog. Perhaps a bit too slick. But the up to date, on-the-inside posts are a tres, tres interesting read - and full of libertarian socialist goodness - my favourite kind of goodness! And you know you can respect a journalist who's willing to get arrested for his politics. I heartily encourage you to have a sneaky peak through his curtains - it's always worth it.

Frameshop is a blog run by a young whippersnapper named Jeffrey Feldman, whose lighthearted approach to serious issues makes for a fiery biscuit. Although his exclusive criticism of the Republican party insinuates faith in the Democratic party (who in my books are only marginally better - the only candidate who doesn't make me sick is Dennis Kucinich) he definitely has the neocons nailed.

Red Montana is a nice news-analysis style blog with a leftist approach.

a la gauche: iya basta! - Socialist blog based in America - ran a very hard hitting article about the homeless in San Francisco a while ago. Although this author can be slight Amero-centric, I believe he has fashioned a blog of exceptional quality.

Class War Panda is a political comic blog that could lead you to suicide in large doses.


Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for the shout-out and the kind words. I'll be adding your blog to by sidebar shortly.



shannon said...

do you mean "amero-centric" in that i focus on america or that i am biased in favor of america? just curious. i suppose the first would be true, but most certainly not the latter.

anyhow, thanks for the shout out. :)

Wilf said...

Paul - thanks for the sidebar add, much appreciated!

Lefty - I said you were Amero-centric because you endorsed a quote stating that one of the world's biggest problems was the fact that there are "2 million people in U.S. prisons" - I think on a worldwide scale that problem is quite low. It sounds like a big problem for America, but considering there are countries like Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan etc where people are killed on the streets everyday for doing nothing it's quite a small problem on a world scale. If you'd listed the amount of people jailed in the whole world, as opposed to just America, I wouldn't have said you were Amero-centric. I just think that on a worldwide scale, that would come on the second half of the list of problems we have to fix.

Anyhow, I just came back from the pub, so I'm a bit drunk right now, and blogging while drunk is a terrible habit. Quite despicable. It only happened because the computer was on when I got home.

Anyway, Lefty, lets not lose sight of the fact that I said you had fashioned a blog of exceptional quality. I think that's what's important - not my filthy side note.

Ta ta

shannon said...

i just want to point out that i didn't say that the 2 million people in america's prisons is one of the world's biggest problem. todd chretien wrote that, as i noted in the post. that was an article taken from Socialist Workers Online, also noted in the post.

just thought i'd point that out.

Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks for the link to Red Montana. I've added your blog to my blogroll.

Also, I thought I would note that Red Montana has moved and is now located at

Keep up the god work.

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