GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

February 3, 2009 -
1The Huffington Post
2The Corner
3Political Ticker - CNN
4Think Progress
5Political Punch
6The Daily Dish
7The Caucus - New York Times blog
8Michelle Malkin
9Talking Points Memo
10NewsBusters
11Firedoglake
12fivethirtyeight
13Daily Kos
14Political Animal
15Power Line
16Political Radar - ABC Blog
17Crooks and Liars
18Washington Wire - WSJ.com
19AMERICAblog
20The Plank
21Instapundit.com
22Swampland
23Marginal Revolution
24The Volokh Conspiracy
25Balloon Juice
26Michael Goldfarb - The Blog - The Weekly Standard
27Redstate - Conservative News and Community
28Lynn Sweet
29Eschaton
30Reason Magazine - Hit & Run
31Change.gov: The Obama-Biden Transition Team
32Wonkette
33The Jawa Report
34The Next Right
35Political Wire
36Stop the ACLU
37iowahawk
38Atlas Shrugs
39Ross Douthat
40The Blog
41Jihad Watch
42MyDD
43White House.gov Blog Feed
44Patterico's Pontifications
45JammieWearingFool
46forward movement
47TalkLeft
48Confederate Yankee
49Obama HQ
50The Hotline on Call
51Political Intelligence
52Outside the Beltway
53Sweetness & Light
54FP Passport
55Riehl World View
56The Washington Note
57Oliver Willis
58Global Voices Online
59David Frum's Diary
60The Brad Blog
61DownWithTyranny!
62Debbie Schlussel
63Flopping Aces
64QandO
65Don Surber
66GamePolitics.com
67Gay Patriot
68JustOneMinute
69The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney
70Michael J. Totten
71PollingReport.com
72Moonbattery
73YID With LID
74Townhall.com
75The Buzz Florida Politics
76Say Anything
77Roger L. Simon
78Redstate - Latest entries for Front Page
79The Club for Growth
80TIME - The Real Clear Politics Blog
81Sister Toldjah
82The Sleuth
83The Belmont Club
84Soccer Dad
85The Nation Blogs
86The Strata-Sphere
87The LRC Blog
88jillstanek.com
89The Sideshow
90Jack and Jill Politics
91Burnt Orange Report
92Mother, May I Sleep with Treacher?
93neo-neocon
94Donklephant
95Rising Hegemon
96ScrappleFace
97HorsesAss.Org
98Rightwing Nuthouse
99Naked Politics
100Raising Kaine

Ranking by Wikio.

Number 66 with a bullet!

News search engine Wikio will release its updated listing of the Top 100 Political Blogs on Thursday.

We've been given an advance look (at left) and we're happy to report that GamePolitics has moved up to #66 on the list.

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Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

Whoo! Movin' on up!

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Game on, brothers and sisters.

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Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

 Micheal Malkin shouldn't even be on that list. Her site is Opinion/hate bile.

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

Hey, you're only one six short of being the beast. Hurray!

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

 Where were we last year?

/b

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

This is the first time GP brings up Wikio, so the answer would be "unlisted."

Unless, my memory fails me...

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

Some of the sites that I go on(besides GP) are Crooks and Liars(#17) and Foolcracy(not listed)

America has just became its own version of the Jerry Springer Show after a bizarre moment in Florida involving a carnival worker.

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

Watch out!  The gay patriot is behind you!!!

Sortableturnip's Law: As an online discussion of video game violence grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Jack Thompson approaches 1

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

It's never a good thing when the gay one is right behind you.

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

 Yeah, but dude... Michelle Malkin makes #6.  That's insane.

Re: GP Moves Up on Wikio's List of Top Political Blogs

Awesome.  Now how about some more substantial news there Dennis?

 
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