So What's the "Smog"-o-sphere?

Tue, 2007-07-17 10:39Kevin Grandia
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So What's the "Smog"-o-sphere?

One of our readers just emailed asking who we would consider to be part of the “Smog”-o-sphere, the antithesis of the “DeSmog”-o-sphere.

Here's a few of the blog sites we keep our eye on:

Heritage Foundation Blog

CEI's Open Market Blog

Heartland Institute Blog

National Association of Manufacturer's Blog

NewsBusters

Amy Ridenour's National Policy Blog

Michelle Malkin's Blog

So there you go. The Smog-o-Sphere. Who did we miss?

SaskBoy recommended we add SmallDeadAnimals to the list and we agree.  

Comments

You missed Kate’s smalldeadanimals.com which regularly has comments about “Y2Kyoto” and how Tim Ball is the greatest thing since sliced white bread.

Don’t go on there too often. Usually they’re more of an echochamber site. But they do get a lot of traffic. I’ll add them.

treehugger dot com… pushing hybrids and taking ads from auto companies.

But they also write a lot of insightful articles like this.

If your site is truly about “clearing the PR pollution”, then why is the ownership of the domain name cloaked?

Administrative Contact:
NameCheap.com
NameCheap.com NameCheap.com (support@NameCheap.com)
+1.6613102107
Fax: +1.6613102107
8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. #110 - 732
Westchester, CA 90045
US

Yes, we've been entirely secretive about who we are. 

Why not just go to our “About” section, we have names, bios, funding sources. It's all there. 

Is there anything not in the “About” section you would like to know? 

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Greg Hall - Horizon Properties http://www.applianceliquidators.com

secretly funded by Big Carbon Credit…

Where? Tell me how you came to that conclusion. 

Gee. Your IP goes to a generic server. You must be “cloaking.”

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