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Liberal Sources To Learn About Events In Egypt

Protests in Egypt are ongoing.

It is always of value to get the liberal viewpoint on the great world issues.

(Above–The Nation.)

Below are some liberal sources to read about events in Egypt. The link is either to a specific article or to a package of writings about Egypt.  In any case, it would be of value to explore the sites linked to in this post.

The American Prospect is monthly magazine of liberal opinion and policy. I have a home subscription.

The Progressive has been fighting the good fight for over 100 years.

Mother Jones did a great job on coverage of the BP spill. Now they are working hard to report on Egypt.

The Nation is one of the oldest liberal voices in the U.S.

Salon is an online magazine writing extensively on Egypt.

The Atlantic has something of value to say.

Talking Points Memo is a blog/online magazine that merits frequent reading.

This is by no means a complete list. If you have a source you value, please leave a comment.

None of us have enough time to read everything that we would like to read. Still, we can take a few moments to support the media outlets that do the hard work to support our beliefs and goals.

As I mentioned above with The American Prospect, I subscribe to one of these publications. Please consider offering your financial support to these great sources of investigative reporting and astute analysis of current events.

It is up to all of us to do the hard work of freedom. We can’t rely on others to get the facts out to the public. We have to offer our help and support.

February 4, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. “Mother Jones” does some great stuff. And all eyes should be on EWgypt right now.

    But the way you worded it there (“great job on coverage of the BP spill. Now they are working hard to report on Egypt”) reminded me about how much the oil spill is already fading from the public consciousness.

    I hope some of these great sites will continue to cover the ongoing health and environmental consequences of the spill that Gulf residents face…

    Comment by Katydidknot | February 4, 2011

  2. Thanks for the nice comment. I see you have a blog as well. Please visit often. I’ll check out your shop as well.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | February 4, 2011

  3. Thanks!

    I’m just getting started with my blog.

    But I’m subscribing to your through my Google Reader, and I think your take on things is fantastic…

    Comment by Katydidknot | February 5, 2011


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