iPolitics360.com – Socializing Around Politics

  • November 12, 2010

iPolitics360.comThere are fewer topics that can make tempers rage quicker than politics. On paper, then, a social site that revolves around politics is a great idea. A minimum of interaction is surely going to be guaranteed, and passions are sure to run high within a couple of comments having been posted.

And that is something that iPolitics proves. This social site lets people interact with each other based on their political affiliations. Those who sign up for an account (something that is free) are enabled to message each other directly, and take part of discussions on the many forums that are provided. Controversial topics such as abortion, gay marriage and the health care system can be debated, and polls can be started by just anybody.

The site also has an ever-increasing library of videos and pictures, and people can obviously comment on these as much as they want. And they can also vote on the ones that they like best, with the videos that receive more votes being highlighted on the homepage.

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Poligraft.com – Understanding Political Information

  • August 11, 2010

Poligraft.comA very novel web-based tool, Poligraft can be used to discover all there is to know about the politicians and political organizations that are mentioned in any text. By copying and pasting a text into the box that is provided you will be able to have its every political connotation analyzed.

You will know exactly who is who, and the way in which individuals relate to any of the organizations that are mentioned as part on that document. You will also learn about the connections between organizations, obviously.

When it comes to using this service, you have two options. The first was mentioned above: cutting and pasting a block of text for the application to analyze it. The other involves supplying the URL of any news article or feature that mentions political institutions and politicians. The page will be run through, and a report explaining the different connections between the politically-charged elements in the text will then be produced.

At the end of the day, this site aims to give people an enhanced view and appreciation of the political participants of the American scene. Such a service will be highly-esteemed by foreigners who are not that acquainted with names and organizations, although Americans will also find it an excellent tool for reviewing concepts.

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FreedomSpeaks.com – Get Political

  • March 7, 2008

FreedomSpeaks.comIn light of the upcoming presidential elections and the ongoing heat of the democratic primaries, you may find yourself hearing, thinking, and talking about politics a lot more than usual lately. FreedomSpeaks.

com offers you a place to take political action if the ballot box isn’t enough. It’s a free, non-partisan network for individuals, interest groups, and politicians, where you can discuss political topics, find information, and learn how to take action. This site will provide you with the name, website, and various means of contacting your elected officials, from your local alderman to your senator on Capitol Hill. Furthermore, Freedom Speaks will help you compose a letter to one or more of your elected officials about the issues you care about – whichever side you’re on – and with a few clicks, they will send out your letter via both email and fax.

FreedomSpeaks.com’s homepage features “Most Active” lists, to show you the site’s most popular Political News, Issues & Topics, Letters, and Citizens (members of FreedomSpeaks.com).

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