The internet provides many choices for your daily reading and viewing. Here are some places where I like to spend time:
Chris Ladd’s Blog: Chris Ladd used to blog as “GOPLifer”. I found his blog when he resigned from the Republican party before the election. He closed GOPLifer and re-appeared as a Political Orphan. I read his stuff regularly and find it refreshing and enlightening.
Chris Ladd’s Resignation Letter: Just in case you missed it.
John Pavlovitz: Stuff That Needs to Be Said. And is, and ably so.
My daily blog: I started My Year Without Complaining on 01 January 2014 after my mother-in-law’s death in October 2013. I’m still on a quest to learn to live without bitching, moaning, grousing — without complaining. Follow my journey and perhaps you will start your own #JourneyToJoy.
All Sides News: We all look for something to reinforce our bias. I listen to NPR, read the New York Times, and browse Reuters. I found this website when I searched for “all sides news”. I’ve yet to decide if I like it, but I keep going back to it so there must be something there.
My New Political / Social Blog: I’ve been threatening to take my political and social commentary off social media and do my own blog. I’ve finally done it! Enjoy — comment — shout and scream — but don’t forget to read and think.
The Poetry of Steven Senter: He doesn’t post often but when he does, POW.
Decent News: Let’s just admit that we have to go outside the US to get decent news. No question. So go there — Reuters.
Snap Judgment: One of the most haunting podcasts on the internet.