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Monday, October 12, 2009

Center Stage: Doc's Political Parlor and Home of Lawn Mower Repair

By Jamie

Welcome back to Center Stage where we take a fanfare look at one of the many great blogs being churned out here in Alabama. You can find past spotlights here.

Reading political blogs generally falls farther down my "must-do" list. It's somewhere between clean under the refrigerator and check cholesterol. All are things I really should do, but none tend to be very inviting.


Until now:

Political Parlor


Doc's Political Parlor & Home of Lawn Mower Repair had me at Friday Bits. If you're like me, you think about being more politically involved or at least more aware. Especially in regards to what goes on at "home." The Political Parlor sorts through all the fluff and brings you the headlines, features, and randomness that matter the most. And not just for the state, but it likely covers your neck of the woods as well.

The best part? It's even-handed. So often political blogs buy an acre of hateful and camp out there for a lifetime. Danny and Walt and the rest of the Parlor team attempt to bring you multiple sides of an issue and respect your ability as a reader to make up your own mind. Kudos.

Now it's time to think about looking under that fridge.


Jamie is a planner of events by day and chaser of shiny things by night. Follow her trails at Jamie's Rabbits. If you'd like to have your blog featured on "Center Stage" then contact Jamie so she can swing by your neck of the internet woods. Please know she sometimes shows up uninvited, so you may see your blog on stage if she really digs it.

3 comments:

Danny said...

Thank you for the kind words! Glad to have friendly folks stopping by anytime. (Not only that, but we can sharpen your mower blades while you wait.)

It will only heat up as we get closer to the 2010 elections.

Thank you again!

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Anonymous said...

Many of us know you are right, but unfortunately few of us will say it aloud.