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Remember what I wrote on Wednesday and what more than 150 blogs and thousands of Twitter activists united behind on Friday? This is literally a matter of life and death, freedom vs. terrorism. We side with life and freedom. The massive blogburst about convicted bomber and online terrorist ringleader Brett Kimberlin ended on Friday, but […]
Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers; Update: It’s Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day; Donation fund for targets
Update May 25 midnight: As I noted on Wednesday, blogs and Twitter users are uniting today for Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin. This post will remain the lead story all day so that newcomers to this ongoing story can get the basics. The list of bloggers below who have stepped forward to write about Kimberlin […]
US journalist Roxana Saberi turns 32 today in an Iranian prison. After an hour-long trial, she was sentenced to eight years behind bars for “espionage.” She was initially told she was arrested for buying bootleg wine, and then because she was working as a journalist without a license. She’s now on day five of a […]
Henry Gomez at Babalu Blog led an anti-socialist blogburst this week to counter Michael Moore’s anti-American, pro-Cuban health care crockumentary. Claudia 4 Libertad strikes back: Ask any Cuban who has recently left the island (because they can’t talk freely about this inside of Cuba) about their health care system and they will tell you that […]
***Update: Heidi at Gathering of Eagles reports on the National Park Service estimate of the GoE turnout: 30,000 strong. The silent majority no more.*** ***Update March 18, 2007 1:30am: The NYTimes lies…*** Pure bullcrap. Yup, the journalistic standard-bearers of the NYTimes relied on “several veterans of the antiwar movement” to give them crowd estimates of […]
***scroll for updates…a TV critic attacks Fox News…see below for Fox-hater’s donor record…Aug. 23 1240am…Christian Science Monitor covers the kidnappings and context: “We have confirmed many times that foreign journalists are not to be attacked. On the contrary, we should protect them, because they work very hard to reveal the real image of the Palestinians, […]
When it comes to speaking and writing on unpleasant matters, I learned a long time ago to stop apologizing. It is a waste of my breath, time, and energy to precede every political discussion with “I’m not saying all [X] are [Y].” Or: “Of course, I don’t hate all [Z] and please don’t misunderstand me, […]
Blogger E.L. Core e-mailed me with an excellent idea for a Mohammed Cartoons “Blogburst“: Hi, Michelle. I’m sure I’m not the only small-time blogger who decided to post the cartoons. I actually came out of an indefinite blog suspension just to do that. Maybe you could invite other bloggers to send you a link to […]
It’s a “simultaneous, co-ordinated posting by a large group of webmasters and bloggers on a given topic,” according to Israpundit. Today, there’s a Blogburst on the liberation of Auschwitz. Amy Ridenour is a participant and you can learn more here. Terrific idea.
Lan astaslem: I will not submit/surrender. The Danish cartoons Longtime readers know that nine years ago, after I helped spearhead a Mohammed Cartoon blogburst in support of the Danish cartoonists at the Jyllands-Posten newspaper, my site was targeted by jihadist hackers who launched DDOS attacks for nearly a week, along with the usual death threats. […]