Web sites and magazines

(FeelingBlue recommendations, 2006)

  • TruthOut

    “We started TO in the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election hoping that we could reach a few people, have some small impact on the dialog, and maybe just maybe try to restore a little integrity. Today TO is visited more than 4 million times per month by readers seeking the straight story and wanting to be involved in building a better tomorrow.”

  • The Progressive Trail

    A public interest newsletter and policy information service that seeks to to advance understanding of environmental, political, human rights, economic, democracy, scientific, and social justice issues.

  • American Prospect

    The American Prospect was founded in 1990 as an authoritative magazine of liberal ideas, committed to a just society, an enriched democracy, and effective liberal politics. Our mission, simply put, is to rise to the momentous occasion that confronts all Americans who seek a just society built on our greatest traditions. Contemporary conservatism stands to thwart those traditions; it advances its agenda by way of stealth, fear-mongering, and a massive propaganda apparatus. It is our mission to expose that agenda and the lies that support it.

  • Campus Progress

    A new Web and email publication offering hard-hitting journalism, analysis and multimedia on issues of the greatest concern to campuses; giving students the opportunity to be published nationally; and building a community of progressive students interested in issues and ideas.

  • AlterNet

    AlterNet is a project of the Independent Media Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening and supporting independent and alternative journalism. It provides readers with crucial facts and passionate opinions they can’t find anywhere else.

  • The Nation

    An online progressive publication with informative articles.

  • Common Dreams

    A progressive news source that offers breaking news and views from the progressive community.

  • Mother Jones

    Mother Jones is an independent nonprofit whose roots lie in a commitment to social justice implemented through first rate investigative reporting. Mother Jones Magazine and Motherjones.com are made possible, in large part, by the support of the Foundation for National Progress and through donations from individual readers like you.