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Should progressives hold themselves to a higher standard than the name-calling and intellectual violence that conservative bloggers routinely engage in? Much could rest on the answer to this question.
Let it not be said that right-wing bloggers are encumbered by a sense of humor. Or a fact-checker.
Yes, there are women bloggers out there—a lot of them, in fact. But when it comes to who gets heard and who sets the agenda, the netroots feel like a “new boys’ club.”
If you can’t get enough of Democrats fighting over who is least Bush-like, check out the Largest Minority’s roundup and critique of the YearlyKos debate.
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Posted on Mar 2, 2015
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