How To Find A Good One
So you are interested in the world of politics but do not know where to find a good daily politics blog. In this article I will provide you with the best method for finding the blogs you want to read. I will not tell you what to read, I will tell you how to find a political blog you want to read -one that suits your specific tastes. If you know essentially nothing about the world of political blogging you should understand a few things right off the bat. Firstly, a daily politics blog can come in one of two forms. The first type is the kind most people probably think a political blog looks like. It is the "personal blog". It is made by one individual. The second type is the corporate type. It is like a company as it has several writers or "contributors" who make up the daily blog into what is very similar to an online newspaper.
Secondly, the thing you need to know right away upon entering the politics blog universe is that the vast majority of political blogs are biased or at least "lean" one way or another -they are opinionated news. There are however many politics blogs that take a non-partisan or neutral approach to their blogging. Remember, this kind of blog might be articulating a point of view just like partisan blogs. Finally, the most important thing to do, in my opinion, is to do research on the political blogs you start reading. If the blog is a personal one try to understand where they are coming from. If the blog is a corporate one look them up on Wikipedia. See who owns them and possibly which way they "lean" (left or right for instance). Alright, so now that you are schooled in spotting blog types and their content you can start searching for a great daily politics blog. I suggest you immediately figure out what kinds of political blogs you want to follow before you start following them. You should have an idea of what you are trying to accomplish by reading a blog online. Are you trying to educate yourself?
Are you looking for other people who will articulate your shared positions on politics? Or maybe you want to act like a media analyst by looking at daily politics blogs on both sides of the political spectrum! Whatever you are looking for and wherever you might be on the political spectrum, there is really only one final step to finding a great blog you can follow every day and it involves Google. Search Google for the words "politics blog" (or http://rubberwristbandscustom.xyz/ blogs) or "political blogs" (or blogs) while combining a word that specifies exactly what kind of material you want to see. For example, if you are a life long Republican in the United States you might want to put "conservative" or "Republican" in front of politics blog. If you are a centrist you might want to type "moderate" or "centrist" at the beginning. What you put in addition to the first words is up to you and will depend on your political views. Using Google is the best way for newbies to get settled in to the political blogging world as the first page results are usually the more established personal and corporate blogs. Since so many mainly personal political blogs die in their first year (people just stop writing), using Google is the ideal first step. Keep in mind you can use other search engines but Google superior in my humble opinion.
On the back of the picture is his name and the year 1940. My dad was Arthur Wilkes Miller, but tagged with the nickname "Bruno" from the time he was a kid - that’s how most everybody knew him. He was born in 1913, so he was about 27 years old when the picture was made. From what I understand, he worked at the theatre for a while, then left and came back several years later as manager. The other picture is from Pendleton Elem School - Mrs. Rush’s 3rd grade in 1954. I’m on the second row in one of the chairs - second from the left. We moved back to Clemson after my third grade, so I don’t remember who most of them are. If you post the picture - maybe some of the other students can identify themselves and some of the others. Thank you so much for sharing these, Sybil.