Sunday, February 26, 2006

Question Of The Week, 2/26/06

Good morning. This weeks question will be an easy one. There will be no right or wrong answers. We're going to help each other become more informed by answering this weeks question. I'm sure you read more than one news paper or magazine a day, and you visit several Internet sites to get your news and information. We all have our favorites. This weeks Question Of The Week is, (in your opinion) What news paper, magazine or web site is the best source of news and information? Which ones can you count on to get it right? I'll post my answer in the Comment Section Monday night.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

7 Comments:

Blogger Always On Watch said...

Being local to the D.C. area, I read the Washington Post every day; I prefer the slant of the Washington Times, but the WaPo does a better job of reporting and writing most of the time. But for a roundup of developments I might have missed, I always check Gindy's site. And since Ahmadinejad's election, I daily visit Iran Watch.

I also take a shortcut in that I'm on email lists and receive daily updates from Jihad Watch, Townhall, Human Events, and Global Security Newswire--just to name a few.

Just FYI, I subscribe to Time and Newsweek, both weekly publications.

With all that's going on in our nation and in the world, I don't rely on one source, as you can see.

Sorry for the long response. It's a cold morning, and I'm postponing going out the door as long as possible. LOL.

5:14 AM  
Anonymous Jake said...

I visit infowars and prisonplanet.com to gain most of my news.

I also visit USA Today, News With Views (thanks for showing me that). The only newspapers I read, is one local one that comes out once a week.

9:10 AM  
Blogger dag said...

David, I just dropped in here after responding to the note you left at my blog. I wish I'd read your post first, meaning I might have found a differrent approach to what I wanted to convey to you. Nevertheless, it's up and done.

And to my further surprise I find our friend Always on Watch. That's a pleasure I hadn't expected. Good aftrnoon to you, aow.

To address your question, now that I see it: I read http://jihadwatch.org daily as well as pedestrian infidel and CUANAS and yargb. I stop frequently at infidel bloggers alliance and at american thinker.

Most of my time I spend reading books on the history of Left dhimmi fascism, books on and by German Romantic philosopers, French Enlightenment philosphes, British Empiricists, and critques of our shared intellectual Western history. I am often a very dull guy.

11:46 AM  
Blogger Iran Watch said...

Thanks for stopping by. I try to use a variety of sources for keeping up with what's going on in Iran. First is usually the BBC. I don't always trust their spin but they seem to get the news first.

11:58 AM  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

Dag,
You never know where I'm going to be. LOL. And you're not a "dull guy."

David, I visit Infidel Bloggers Alliance every day. The site has insights about Islam from around the world. I occasionally post there as well.

4:29 PM  
Blogger maccusgermanis said...

Actually, from time to time, I can get pretty far behind in keeping up with the news. I will generally do yahoo a news search when something catches my attention. I like Michelle Malkin of late. And of course Jihadwatch. I like reading testimonies of apostates at Faithfreedom.org in order to keep perspective.

4:50 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

First I want to thank all of you for stopping by to answer this weeks question. There are five real good sites above my answer. The sites hosted by people that stopped by to answer the question. I read the Saint Joseph News-Press (on-line) to get the local news, you have to be a paid subscriber to get that one. Some of my mid-west news also comes from the Lincoln Journal Star (lincoln, Nebraska)(www.journalstar.com). I started reading it while trying to find an old friend, Kathi Gardner-Frank, and found out it is a good paper. By the way, I'm still looking for Kathi, if you know someone by that name that once lived in Saint Joseph, Missouri ask her to contact me. I check out http://www.headlinespot.com/type/newswires/, daily, I don't link the reporting that much but it will give you an idea about whats happening. I live in Missouri, one of the Civil Wars divided states, and I'm just rebel enough to read, www.southerncaucus.org to get a southern slant of the news. I get e-mail alerts from News Max.com, World Net Daily and News With Views. I visit my old friend Jeffrey Bennett at www.federalobserver.com (lots of interesting guest columnist) at least once a week. If your interested in acquiring silver or gold coins I'd suggest you contact Jeff. I listen to another old friend, Jerry Hughes, at www.accentradionetwork.com. If you check out their list of programs I think you will find something that interest you. I keep track of the assault on our Second Amendment at www.nra.org, www.gunowners.org and www.jpfo.org. Looking at my answer makes it easy to understand why I'm always behind on work around the house.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

11:45 PM  

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