Features blogs about conservative and liberal politics as well as general commentary blogs. Also features blogs from politicians.
Political website that discusses American politics from a conservative standpoint. This blog explores the weaknesses of the American political system and the role of bloggers in that system.
The Alphecca website by Jeff Soyer, a politically independent libertarian gun enthusiast in Vermont, offers a thought provoking counter-point to common views on American politics.
Provides commentary and analysis on the latest political news from a liberal point-of-view. Includes archive posts and links to related sites.
American Patrol Report
Aggregates and blogs about political happenings in the US. Focuses on news, propaganda, events and legal information about immigration and border patrol.
Amy Ridenour's National Center Blog
This political blog provides policy commentary and research based on principles such as the free market, personal responsibility and the importance of a strong national defense.
A conservative blog authored and maintained by Val Prieto. Focuses on political issues and also contains posts on other things that might trigger the interest of the author.
Provides political and social commentary from a Democratic perspective, twined with a little humor. Includes daily quotes, trip reports and concert reviews.
Below the Beltway
Doug Mataconis is a thirty-seven year old attorney who lives in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Washington, DC. His writings focus primarily on politics.
American blog dedicated to exploring politics; mixing humor, commentary and activism. The blog offers progressive and liberal perspectives.
The bloggers who owns this site seeks the goal of good, just, and fair government. He believes that limited government is the best government and that the founders knew what they were talking about when they wrote the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
This news website provides left liberal political commentary. The blog occasionally files original reports directly from the White House in Washington D.C. Active since 2003, the blog has commented on the George W. Bush administration, the war on terror and other political issues.
Chicago Elections 2011
Articles and comments delve into the upcoming elections in Chicago, which are expected to be hotly contested. All the breaking news is discussed, particularly as it pertains to the vote for Mayor.
Common Cause Blog
Chronicles the nonpartisan, nonprofit activities of Common Cause which seeks to make politics more accountable.
Collection of stimulating conservative political humor. Discusses varied aspects of American society and politics.
Corner on National Review Online
The Corner on National Review Online is a blog that is focused on American politics. Recent blog posts on this website have explored the impact of the financial crisis, comments on US presidential candidates, evaluation of the work of political journalists and more.
Crooks and Liars
Provides in-depth analysis and commentaries on the latest political news and the manner that it is being broadcast. Includes general blog information, video clips and archived posts.
Political blogs, offering a progressive perspective on American politics. The blog has several paid staffers to contribute content. It is also one of the world's few blogs that conducts its own independent polling.
The Democract Arsenal blog provides commentary on global politics and American foreign policy. The blog has explored relations between the European Union and Russia, the historic 2008 US election, the culture of military contracts and the role of the CIA in foreign affairs.
Political and legal blog written by Professor Michael Froomkin. The blog also provides information on the American war in Iraq, casualty count, the problem of torture, the state of American civil liberties and many other political issues as well.
Comments on all aspects of American politics. The blog tracks polls, the role of campaign finance law in American elections, and reviews of political books. The blog has a large section dedicated to California politics.
From a Buick
A 25-ish political professional keeps this blog up, and he discusses federal as well as state politics and news that surrounds them.
Fullosseuous Flap's Dental Blog
The Fullosseuous Flap's Dental Blog has commentary on many different aspects of American society and politics. The blog has had many posts on California Proposition 8, a political measure that has generated a great deal of controversy. You can find a great deal of commentary on the 2008 American elections in this website.
Hill's Congress Blog
Political junkies can find out about what is happening in the US Congress.
Provides a full-service conservative Internet broadcast network. Includes top picks from various video blogging sites, original posts covering the latest issues, archived entries and an online store.
A group blog by liberals and for liberals that focuses on the discussion of thoughtful and provocative topics. This weblog that started in 2002 with the aim to strengthen the connection among a group of friends and their families is now a joint personal weblog of a vast group of big hearted, open-minded people from all walks of life.
Judge James Gray: It's a Gray Area
Judge Gray, a California trial judge since 1983 and congressional and senatorial candidate at various times, discusses issues about the U.S. drug policy and talks about his books, including "War on Drugs."
My Left Wing
This community weblog is operated and maintained by Maryscott O'Connor also known as MSOC. The weblog contains member commentaries on socio-political issues from a liberal point of view. The weblog also features sections like The Daily Rant and Open Threads that contains quotes from famous people.
Focused on American politics and how direct democracy can be used in the United States.
Opinions You Should Have
Tom Burka is an American commentator who offers opinions and political humor.
Opinions You Should Have by Tom Burka
This blog is a one stop destination for finding all the writings of Tom Burka, humorist and political commentator.
Pissed on Politics
A weblog that provides discussion, in-depth analysis and commentaries on the latest political news and issues without any reservations or pretentions.
A political science professor in Troy, Alabama, maintains this blog, which contains articles and entries about whatever political news or idea happens to tickle his fancy.
Written by Dr. Steven Taylor this blog has commentary on Colombian and American politics.
This weblog, published by news.aol.com provides the latest political and election news. The weblog also features politics videos, photos and other politics-related blogs.
A weblog by a group of libertarian/classical liberal thinkers who are active in law, public policy and academics. The group is composed of Jim Babka, Ed Brayton, James Hanley, Jason Kuznicki, D.A. Ridgely and Jonathan Rowe. Categories ranges from the barracks to the bureau. Posts can also be searched by category, by author or by month.
This liberal blog comments on many different aspects of American politics. Recently, the blog has been dedicated to exploring the policies of President-elect Obama, including his efforts to suppress the influence of lobbyists. The blog is also tracking the response of Washington to the 2008 economic crisis.
Random Nuclear Strikes
This blog offers the personal views of Phil, an American interested in firearms and American politics.
Representative Jack Kingston
The official website of United States Representative Jack Kingston describes his political views and activities. The website has Kingston's views on the Second Amendment, tax relief, education reform, faith-based organizations, health care, homeland security and more.
A weblog by Dr. Andrew R. Cline that offers information, analysis and commentary about the rhetoric, propaganda and the spin of journalism and politics.
Includes commentary on political and social issues, scandals and elections. Offers political resources and coverage of state and national polls.
Exploring nationalism and the sovereignty of the United Kingdom, this weblog is maintained by a student with an interest in politics.
Created by former journalist and public speaker Scott Ott, this political website offers humorous conservative news.
Taegan Goddard's Political Wire
Features interesting political news, buzz and commentary. Includes tips, memos, comments and in-depth analysis on present political issues.
Talking Points Memo
This blog by Joshua Micah Marshall is a source of commentary and news reports on the latest developments in American politics.
Tenth Amendment Center
The state chapter for Maine with the Tenth Amendment Center, a national think tank dedicated to States' Rights and limited government under the Tenth Amendment.
The Huffington Post
A weblog and news website that features commentary on a wide range of topics covering the areas of politics, business, media, entertainment, living, style and the green movement. This website was started by Ariana Huffington and Kenneth Lerer on May 9, 2005.
The Liberty Papers
This website is a group blog that develops notions of American ideas of political freedom and liberty. Furnishes commentary about many different important aspects of the US constitution like free speech, the separation of powers, privacy and religious liberty.
The New Republic
The New Republic (TNR) is an American publication that offers articles on politics and the arts. This TNR blog is dedicated to providing detailed commentary on American politics including analysis of polls, the acts of American politicians and interesting books.
The Sardonic Sideshow
This website, written by Tina Dubuy, a comedian deeply interested in politics. The blog is much concerned with the American political situation.
The Satirical Political Report
A humor blog that features an offbeat look at the hot-button issues of the day, written by Don Davis. This weblog also features fake news and satiric commentary on the latest political news and issues.
Covers and comments on the latest issues on national politics. Hosted by The Chicago Tribune's Washington bureau.
Think Progress is a website created by the Center for American Progress Action which promotes progressive politics and policies in American society. The website is meant to be a resource for liberals interested in getting a progressive perspective on US politics.
This Modern World
This group blog that comments on American politics. The blog has recently commented on the proposed bailout of America's leading auto makers and President-elect Obama's transition. Also contains political comics and cartoons.
Top of the Ticket
Supplies posts that are centered on politics. The weblog features news, updates on surveys, rumors and other articles on politics.
The Coffeehouse is an American community that has commentary on politics, culture and many other topics.
This is the Bangor Daily News blog of libertarian-leaning Republican activist Chris Dixon. The blog takes a look at news and issues facing Maine and America from the perspective of liberty.
The Volokh Conspiracy is a group blog dedicated to providing commentary on current affairs on American society and government. The blog approaches politics from a conservative standpoint, often offering an interesting perspective on political departments. The blog's authors include Dale Carpenter, David Bernstein and Orin Kerr.
War and Piece
This political blog offers reports on American foreign policy and international affairs. The website also shows how American policy affects Iraq, Iran and other countries. The blog has been active since August 2003.
Offering political news and opinion and commentary on a variety of issues. Contains three main sections: Democrats and liberals, third-party and independents, and Republicans and conservatives. Edited by multiple editors to provide a variety of perspectives.
Edited by multiple editors, this political blog offers parallel political commentary for Democrats and Liberals, political Independents and Republicans.