Atheist Oasis – A Rational Refugehttp://atheistoasis.wordpress.com/
Atheist Oasis is a place where atheists and agnostics can come together to discuss politics, the separation of church and state, how experiences with religious family members and friends have affected their lives in general, and so much more. Simply put, this blog is a virtual oasis for those who reject religion and are seeking truth and reason.
Blag Hag details the thoughts and experiences of a liberal, geeky, nerdy atheist feminist who recently escaped Indiana for Seattle, WA. Most of the posts are about religion, science, feminism, atheism, politics, biology, and any number of combinations of these things.
Greta Christina's Bloghttp://gretachristina.typepad.com/greta_christinas_weblog/
Greta Christina blogs about sex, atheism, politics, dreams, and life in general. The sidebar of the blog also has an extensive listing of enlightening posts and conversations regarding atheism.
Bay of Fundiehttp://www.bay-of-fundie.com/
The Bay of Fundie is dedicated to preserving the Constitutional separation of church and state, which is under attack by Christian fundamentalists. It features commentary on news and politics, particularly focusing on the radical religious right wing and how they can be best kept at bay. The blogger is an atheist and is opposed to superstition and the regulation of morals, as are often propagated by theists.
No matter which side of the aisle you choose to seat yourself in the congregation of politics, there's no ignoring that technology consistently leads us into new phases of electoral dynamism. Obama's 2008 victory, for instance, was bolstered by the latest innovations. techPresident was founded to analyze candidates' computer and Internet savvy. Facebook and Twitter stats are tracked for major figures, and the writers here excellently interpret them for readers who monitor the political world's web knowhow.
The Moderate Voicehttp://themoderatevoice.com/
Where to turn when on the search for middle-of-the-road political fare? One recommendation is to read one liberal blog post followed by a conservative offering, and let your mind sum up the difference. Equally effective, and much more efficient, is to take frequent perusals of the Moderate Voice's posts here. A dozen-strong editorial staff wade through the latest political headlines and endeavor to sift kernel-sized truths from the mass of over-baked hype that can plague less centrist pages.