Call me crazy, but I tend to like the BBC. Many of their articles are shorter, and they seem to take less time to try and spin. Plus, I think they also do not want to denigrate their soldiers, which they would be doing if they are spinning against the US.
For me it is:
Thanks, gentlemen! My husband will be grateful; he's been most dissatisfied with the MSM coverage of Iraq in general/Fallujah in particular. (He does monitor OTB, of course, because I'm such a fan of James Joyner's and have been linking him pretty much from the time I started blogging.)
If you are a glutton for punishment, listen to Pacifica Radio News. Nothing quite like the names they give things.
I have only just read this post and I'm glad - and a little surprised - that I'm the first one to bring to your attention the absolute, very best:
Otherwise, I've found this one to be the best post for recaps and updates on the net:
Look at his "Good news from Iraq"
Hope you find these useful!! OH, and before I forget: I do like your blog - a daily must!!!
Blackfive.net has a lot of links to military blogs
Thanks so much. I do go to Belmont every now and then, and each time I think, "I've got to stop in more often." Now I will.
And thanks for your kind remarks.