American Spectator, The|
The American Spectator, a monthly review edited by R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., is one of the country's fastest growing magazines of investigative reporting and commentary.
An E-zine dedicated to cultural and social observation, comment and criticism.
Fuse is interested in writing that examines artworks and cultural events in terms of the relationship between political issues and contemporary culture.
Governing magazine publishes articles on subjects of interest to elected and appointed government officials at the state, city and county levels. The magazine seeks lively, comprehensive articles covering politics, personalities, issues and managemen
Harper's magazine offers original journalism and award-winning essays, fiction, and reporting to inform readers on political, literary, cultural, and scientific affairs.
Features aggressive journalism, biting social commentary and a bit of humor, sarcasm and fun
Mother Jones is a magazine of provocative and unexpected articles that provides a perspective not found in the mainstream media. It challenges conventional wisdom, exposes abuses of power, and offers fresh solutions for positive social change.
We are a journal of left/liberal political opinion--founded in 1865--covering ational and international affairs. We publish weekly (summer bi-weekly).
Reason covers politics, economics, culture, and science from a broad-minded libertarian perspective. We look for original analysis and research and do not like simple rehashes of well- worn libertarian positions.
We're looking for humorous and satirical treatment of subjects relating to the Clinton Presidency. Its policies, the President himself, his past, his family, staff members, and friends are all fair game.