Today is Blogroll Amnesty Day! According to Jon Swift, Blogroll Amnesty Day is a day when we celebrate smaller blogs by linking to a few. It's a way to sort of "spread the wealth" by linking to other liberal or progressive blogs and showcase them. For a fuller explanation, you can go to this post at Skippy, the Bush Kangaroo.
Anyway, I am proud to be a part of Blog Amnesty Day. I have linked to the following smaller or newer blogs, and I urge you to go over and give them a try. They are:
Wild Chihuahuas - this blogger hails from Arizona and is always on target with her progressive message (and she has some great dogs).
True Blue Texan - this blogger wants to do her part to turn Texas blue.
The Osterly Times - the voice of reason from London, England.
Social Seppuku - this leftist blog from Austin will celebrate one year in April.
seeing purple politics - this Houston blogger is a voice for moderate Democrats.
Lotus-Surviving a Dark Time - aging hippie political activist with an anarchist bent.
La Sanbe - a progressive voice from Laredo.
Janet Morrison's Community Dialogue - a Dallas blog seeking social justice.
Eddie Griffin (BASG) - you get brutal honesty from this Ft. Worth blogger.
David Ortez - a young Hispanic's perspective on political & social issues.
BlackAmarillo - the African-American voice of the Texas Panhandle.
And Here's My Opinion - a new Texas blog with a lot of promise.
I was supposed to pick at least five blogs to link and promote. I guess I went a little overboard, but I like these blogs and I think they all deserve more readership. Give some or all of them a try. You might find something special.