Washington’s Blog is a non-partisan site.
We believe that the war between liberals and conservatives is a false divide-and-conquer dog-and-pony show created by the powers that be to keep the American people divided and distracted. See this, this, this, this, this, this, this, this, this, this and this.
On the other hand, some very good writers are partisan and favor one side, but cite a lot of interesting facts and make a lot of good points along the way.
So – while Washington’s Blog will remain nonpartisan – we are considering letting a liberal writer post whatever he wants “from the left”, that is, the progressive view. He would discuss what he argues are the “hidden” motives of Republicans, conservatives and libertarians.
And we would let a conservative writer post whatever he wants “from the right”, that is, criticism of the welfare/warfare state. He would discuss what he argues are the “hidden” motives of Democrats, liberals and progressives.
While most websites are either always from the left (e.g. Huffington Post) or from the right (e.g. Drudge Report), the idea is that this would open up a debate on one site … so that people can be exposed to the strongest arguments from both sides.
What do you – honored reader – think?