That’s Right Nate

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Today’s Natie Recognizes Blogging Analysis

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Other sources said there was a problem--we had answers.

Other sources said there was a problem--we had answers.

One of the important jobs of any blog is not only reporting the news, but in giving analysis of what is happening in the world today.  Articles nominated in this category were selected because they had a healthy dose of my personal opinion mixed in with them.   This is a fine line as most of my articles contain some reporting and some opinion.  In this articles the majority was opinion.  I think the world is better education for the effort.

The articles attempt to educate the reader not only to what is happening in the world, but why it is happening.   Picking the very best articles for this one is tough and as you may notice we wound up with 7 nominees instead of 6 as a result.  Sadly, there was only one award.

The nominees are as follows:

The winner goes to Obama Must Reach Out to Racists which explains how Obama could reach out to an important electoral vote. Other media outlets would suggest that Obama had a problem, but I am proud that only had a solution.


Written by thatsrightnate

December 28, 2008 at 3:31 pm

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  1. will there be a music video category for the naties? if so, i’d like to nominate my personal favorite: “always – john and cindy mccain”. i suppose some pointy-headed elitists will say that it’s cliched, but i think you can’t do better than a simple story of true love.


    December 28, 2008 at 7:23 pm

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