Center of Attention
A round up of recent reporting and commentary by a few centrist, moderate, and independent bloggers.
Considering Iraq, even moderates are growing less-moderate with each passing day, as this post by Jim Martin suggests.
GOP Presidential candidate Ron Paul may not have a chance of winning the nomination, but his fresh, libertarian voice has sparked considerable attention in the moderate blogosphere; most recently at Michael vdG’s place. (As one of the first candidates to respond to our inquiries, Dr. Paul will likewise be one of the first candidates featured in our upcoming, long-in-development Q&A series.)
Andrew Sullivan spotlights the voice of two readers; one on GWB’s loss of support in the reddest part of a red state; the other on why there has been no major attack on U.S. soil since 9/11. (Also, thanks to Andrew for his pointer-post, yesterday, to our interview with James Surowiecki, published Thursday.)
GTL is frustrated with “Do Nothing Dems.”
McQ focuses on the struggles of soldier supporters “on the home front.”