by Matt Barr
Introducing We the People, the blog carnival of the Constitution!
This coming First Monday in October, Socratic Rhythm Method will be pleased to host the first edition of a new blog carnival, We the People -- the blog carnival of the Constitution.
If you're interested in what the blogosphere is saying about constitutional issues, you know the best posts are sometimes easy to miss. That's because writing about the Constitution overlaps so many other areas. Blawgs, political blogs, science blogs, religion blogs, conservative, liberal and libertarian blogs and many others are all constantly posting the best material the blogosphere has to offer.
We the People, by combining author submissions, host recommendations and suggestions from regular contributors, will collect and present the best writing on the Constitution weekly, travelling from blog to blog to give you even more exposure to blogs covering issues that are important to you.
What you've been missing relying on a few big blogs and lucking into links to others will be digested and delivered to you each week, starting right here at Socratic Rhythm Method on October 2. Socratic Rhythm Method is home to Harriet Miers' crash course on Constitutional law, ten things you may not have known about your Constitution, and Constitution Day's best Constitution quiz.
Details on We the People, the blog carnival of the Constitution, can be found here, including the kinds of posts you can expect to see, benefits of hosting and, eventually, a hosting and carnival schedule. If you're interested in hosting, drop an e-mail to email@example.com.
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