Well, I try to get all sides of an argument. Otherwise, it isn't really an argument. Now, reading the psychopaths+/-morons over at TownHall, WorldNetDaily or NewsMax isn't really my cup of tea, but I do it. Maybe every month or so. I tend to follow the religio-political bloggers, like Marvin Olasky, much more seriously. There is no god, so I am most interested in how this imaginary super-being is being used/mis-used by the humans who have a say in the matter. There is also, for the fearless in the face of the non-Almighty, the Envangelical Aggregator. For those just interested in news stories that cover any religion, and these people have a more sophisticated sense about them, there is Religion News Blog. Well, one of the real (National Review, Weekly Standard, Al-Qaeda=Terrorists=Saddam) nutters is Hugh Hewitt. However, he has hit on an idea that I think other people who like to think "meta" have missed. Namely, what he calls Symposia. It's a bad name, since there is little-or-no give-or-take, but I bet Joi Ito, who is a savvy technobabbler, would like the idea. What have I been doing? I've been going to all the blogs listed here, and commented, where possible, trying to debunk their mysterious, and always misinformed notions about why Bush would make a good crackhead, I mean President.