Blogging the Blog Queen
“appl[ying] a magnifying glass to Andrew Sullivan’s
performing-flea antics” – James Wolcott, Vanity Fair, April 2004.
rebuttal to Andrew Sullivan's frequent rants.”
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Smarter Andrew Sullivan
(on hiatus, alas)
More blogs about Andrew Sullivan
And for satire:
Neal Pollack (on hiatus as well)
Media Whores Online (presently
out to pasture, but hopefully to return soon now that they are needed again)
DeCal (Cal Thomas)
The small village of bloggers who try
to keep Sullivan honest (among other things):
By the Bayou
Best of Both Worlds
Other blogs of interest:
The Daily Kos
The Rittenhouse Review
More Mister Nice Blog
Barlow (now at
(now at the Washington Monthly
as Political Animal)
World O’ Crap
the bush kangaroo
are you effin’ kidding me?
Light of Reason
The Suicide Letters
The Antic Muse (now
Busy Busy Busy
We Report, You Deride
The Tooney Bin
A Brooklyn Bridge
Trust me, you have no idea
how much I hate Bush.
Also worth checking out
Journal of American Politics
The George Bush AWOL Project
The Daily Kos
Alaskan climate graph examined
Proof positive that Sullivan cannot,
and should not, be trusted as a journalist to get his facts right.
fisking of Norah Vincent
How we drove her out of Blogistan
almost all by ourselves.
from Lee Siegel's 2001 Harper's piece
Online here exclusively.
we blog the way we blog
A reply to some legitimate and
friendly criticisms from Andrew Edwards
Why we blog the way we
blog, Part II.
A reply to some of the same
criticisms from the less friendly (back then) Arthur Silber
Bush-hating and proud of it
Our response to David Brooks.
Who Was That Masked Man?
The Horse remembered.
How the media lynched O.J. Simpson
Off-topic and our most controversial
Journalists behaving badly, updated.
Our wedding gift to Ruth Shalit,
former TNR It Girl
Tushnet's classic zinger
Sullivan has never quite been put in
his place like this. Even Mickey Kaus thought it was funny.
reveals his poisonous colours"
Diane E. goes digging through the
memory hole and finds a Times of London column Sullivan would prefer be
Datalounge list of potential titles for his memoirs
As reposted by Atrios
Princess of Provincetown"
Jim Capozzola goes further in that
direction than we would ever dare.
urges the Bush Administration to lie to the public
Brendan and Ben catch him in the act.
Washington Times: An irredeemably left-wing rag
Bob Somerby shows the consequences of
Sullivan's own logic of media bias
The Central Tenets of the
Derived from Sullivan’s blogging by
s.z. of World O’ Crap and posted as a comment at Sadly, No!