All the Right Questions by To'mas Que Fuego & Witty Pseudonym Both of the authors are introspective, clever, and good at provoking thought. If you don't agree with one author, you'll probably agree with the other.  

The Esoteric Existentialist, written by Michael. I love this blog and not just because I agree with almost everything he says on politics. I love it because it's a one stop shop for discussion on great movies and the political scene. From the author: "This blog was started as simply an outlet for creative (and often inane) thought, but has transmogrified into an outlet for my political thoughts, ideas and information. I still try and keep some of my posts light, and welcome any and all comments and critiques."

HUCosell. I bet you guys didn't know I had a favorite sports blog. But I do!! In the author's own words, he is: Howard educated. JD & Sports Certificate from Tulane University, pursuing a career in sports. In my own words, he's clever, funny, smart and insanely knowledgeable about so many different sports that I wonder how he has room to remember anything else, like his login to his Wordpress site. Check him out., written by The Champ and Panama Jackson. This website has made me almost pee on myself. It is witty, smart, and provides a great balance of ignorance and gems that we all know, but it never hurts to hear again. (Duh, women, if you haven't met any of his friends, you are not his girlfriend!)

Hyperbole and a Half, written by Allie. My friend, Everette put me on this other cartoon blog. I think the title says it all. I spent a good hour wiping lint off my cardigan after I was ROFL for a couple hours reading her story about her dental procedure scheduled for the same day as her friend's birthday party. Allie's "About Me" reads: If I had to explain myself in six words, those words would be "heroic, caring, alert and flammable." That's only four words.  Oh well, I guess I should have thought of that before I started writing.  Too late now.

Your Political Voice, written by Geoff Pope. This blog was created for people to express their “educated” opinions on political issues, campaigns, and candidates on a local, state, and national level. While this blog is available to everyone we are devoted to creating awareness to the age range of 18-30 year olds. We believe that it is imperative for this age group to speak up loud and clear, and let their political voice be heard! Everyone visiting this site belongs to different political parties and has different political views on certain issues. It is important for us to have a healthy debate and engage in a political conversation, but we must remember to respect everyone’s opinions and thoughts!