Q: What news sources and blogs do you include?
A: We regularly includes hard news articles of national interest from the AP, New York Times, Washington Post, Washington Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, McClatchy, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Boston Globe, New York Daily News, New York Sun, Roll Call, The Hill, Politico, New Hampshire Union Leader, Des Moines Register, Newsweek, and Time. In addition, we attempt to include other stories of national political interest from other online news sources as well.
Our news blogs include The Caucus (New York Times), The Fix (Washington Post), Capitol Briefing (Washington Post), Washington Wire (Wall Street Journal), Top of the Ticket (Los Angeles Times), The Gaggle (Newsweek), Swampland (Time), First Read (NBC), Hotline On Call, The Swamp (Chicago Tribune), Mouth of the Potomac (New York Daily News), Ben Smith (Politico), Jonathan Martin (Politico), The Crypt (Politico), Fishwrap (Washington Times), On Politics (USA Today), and Jake Tapper's Political Punch (ABC).
Our blue blogs include Daily Kos, Crooks and Liars, Talking Points Memo, Eschaton, MyDD, and Think Progress.
Our red blogs include National Review's The Corner, Red State, Power Line, Hugh Hewitt, Michelle Malkin, Captain's Quarters and Instapundit.
Our video blogs include Real Clear Politics' Vlog, Real Clear Politics' Video Vault, and PrezVid.
Our Beltway Gossip blogs include Wonkette, Extreme Mortman, Fishbowl DC, Anne Schroder's Shenanigans (Politico), Mary Ann Akers' The Sleuth (Washington Post), and Yeas and Nays (Examiner).
Our Polling Blogs include Real Clear Politics' Poll Averages, Pollster, Political Arithmatek, and Polling Report.
Q: You missed an article or an editorial.
A: We attempt to scan as many major national news sources as possible each morning. If there is an article in a major news source that you would like considered for inclusion on the Sayfie News, please e-mail the newspaper link (not the article text) to email@example.com. Only hard news stories of national interest are regularly linked on the page. Columns of special significance will occasionally be linked, and editorials are very rarely linked.
Q: How can I find news articles from previous days?
A: Click on the archived editions drop-down menu at the top right of the Sayfie News page, and you will see a listing of previous dates, from which you can then select the date that you wish to view.
Q: When I click on a newspaper link, I am asked to register for a newspaper's website. Isn't there a way to avoid this?
A: Yes, there is. Go to: BugMeNot. Then type in the web address of the newspaper you want to visit. You will be provided a username and password you can use to bypass the required registration for that site.