[UPDATE 11/11/2008: In order to reduce the time it takes to load this page (due to all the blogs linked), I am going to introduce a policy of eliminating from the rolls those blogs who have not posted for two weeks or more. It does not mean that their link will be permanently eliminated (only blogs which announce their termination, such as most recently The Continuum, will suffer that fate after two weeks---giving them a chance to repent). I continue to subscribe to the others, even when they do not post, and will add them again to the blogrolls as they update their blogs.]
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
It may be paradoxical, but now that the election is over, I have a sense that politics will become more central to our life than ever. This has never been just a religious blog, just as The Episcopal Church has recently been acting less and less like a church. If I could choose just one blog to emulate in its mix of religion and politics, it would be Cranmer.
I regularly follow a bunch of blogs that deal exclusively with politics. Now that the election strife is over, it seems to me that it might add to your enjoyment of this site if I link to some of them. So I've added a new section in the blogroll, called "Political Fodder" (to go with all the various cannon, of course).
Here's a sampling of just one of their recent posts---enjoy!
How the Media Frames the News
Posted by A. S. Haley at 8:24 AM