A lot of buzz out there about the lack of an equivilent to "DailyKOS".
My opinion: all hand-wringing and diaper-wetting aside, I'm not sure what benefit a conservative internet rag full of vitriol and "f**k you"s would bring to the Right.
Here's an idea: dress up LGF's Charles Johnson in a military uniform and leak stories about how he'd like to ride his bike for the CIA in Iraq and you might be onto something.
Then, take Little Green Footballs, subtract the wit, stir in a bushel of profanity, don't monitor the comments and substitute foot-stomping tantrums for facts and sources.
Finally, induce a financial catastrophe that hits the members of LGF's Lizard Nation so that all the posters lose their jobs, forcing them to move into their parent's suburban basement: Voila! You'd have a rightwing version of DailyKOS.
Among those publications weighing in this week on the subject are:
"The Lopsided Netroots" by Dean Barnett in The New Republic
"The Least Mysterious Question in the Universe" by David Weigel in Reason
"Why Isn't There a Conservative Daily KOS?" by Matthew Sheffield and Noel Sheppard at News Busters.com
All three articles are long on calm and reason and short on hysteria. And that fact right there is one reason there's not a lot of gnashing of teeth on the Right about the lack of a "conservative DailyKOS."
DBKP.com - Bigger, Better!.
Death by 1000 Papercuts Front Page.