Posts by Country
Posts are at both blogs: The Social Poets and Dennys Global Politics.
Didnt I Tell Ya? Libyan Gaddafi is Finally Confirmed Dead
Libya: Turkish Leader Demands Gadafi Step Down Highly Significant
Libya: Specific Targeting: Predator Drones, Gazillion Political Cartoons
Peoples Revolution Recaptures Port Cities: Libya Political Cartoons
Libya Update: No-Fly Zone Allies Pound Gadafi Forces Over Weekend
Libya Update and 23 Political Cartoons - 5 Mar 2011
Libya News Update: Political Cartoons of Gadhafi Last Stand
Libya: Why This Revolt Was Ripe To Happen Now
Libya: Update and 25 Libya Uprising Cartoons
Japan: Plutonium Reactor Careening Out of Control, 18 Political Cartoons
Japan: Thousands Flee From Terror of Deteriorating Nuclear Situation
Japan: Nuclear Update, Earthquake, Tsunami, Nuclear Political Cartoons
Japan: Nuclear Plants in Peril 3 Days After 9.0 Earthquake, Tsunami
Japan: Lying About Nuke Plant Meltdowns, Evacuate Americans
When the Egypt Revolution was at its most dangerous I started placing posts on my other news blog, The Social Poets, where I mostly cover American politics. It was so those in the Middle East, who may have been blocked by their governments from visiting the mainstream Western media sites, could still discover how the news was reported on their region - and not suffer any repercussions or punishments.
Egypt: Protesters New Agenda: Overthrow Interim Government
Egypt Revolution: Late Night Jokes Roundup
39 Egypt Revolution Photos From The Streets
32 Egypt Revolution Ousts Mubarak Cartoons
American Political Cartoons - 12 Feb 2011
Breaking News: Egypt Jubilant, This Blogger Called It Right: Mubarak Leaves
Breaking News: Mubarak Angers Protesters As Saves Face, Justifies Rule, Long Goodbye
Egypt: Tahrir Square Excitement Builds, Protesters Await Confirmation Mubarak Leaving
Breaking News: Egypt Protesters Win, Mubarak Stepping Down!
32 Yet More Egypt Revolt Cartoons: World Prism Views
31 More Egypt Revolution Cartoons
Egypt Revolution Cartoons
Egypt Uprising: Throes of Revolution, Why?
Political Cartoons: Egypt, Haiti, Iran, China, Pakistan in the News