Contributors

List of Contributors

  • Slate Magazine (http://www.slate.com/)
    Slate is a left-leaning English-language online current affairs and culture magazine in the United States created in 1996 by former New Republic editor Michael Kinsley, initially under the ownership of Microsoft as part of MSN. On 21 December 2004, it was purchased by The Washington Post Company. Since 4 June 2008, Slate has been managed by The Slate Group, an online publishing entity created by the Graham Holdings Company to develop and manage web-only magazines.
  • MotherJones (http://www.motherjones.com/)
    Mother Jones is a nonprofit news organization that specializes in investigative, political, and social justice reporting. We currently have two main “platforms”: an award-winning bimonthly national magazine (circulation 240,000), and a website featuring new, original reporting 24-7. (In the past we’ve had a radio show and TV specials; theme parks are in the conceptual stage.) Why should you read or support us? Because “smart, fearless journalism” keeps people informed—”informed” being pretty much indispensable to a democracy that actually works. Because we’ve been ahead of the curve time and again. Because this is journalism not funded by or beholden to corporations. Because we bust bullshit and get results. Because we’re expanding our investigative coverage while the rest of the media are contracting.
  • Bank On Yourself (http://www.bankonyourself.com/)
    Bank On Yourself is a company that specializes in helping people achieve their financial goals and objectives using a little-known variation of a whole life insurance policy, combined with powerful financial principles not currently taught in schools or universities. The company’s mission is to educate Americans and help them achieve financial security and peace of mind.
  • Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/)
    The Huffington Post was created to provide a liberal counterpart to the Drudge Report, a conservative news-and-commentary Web site founded by Matt Drudge. The Huffington Post is free to users and generates revenue from advertising. It features blogs from more than 1,600 unpaid bloggers drawn from the worlds of politics, entertainment, and academia. Celebrities and politicians who regularly contributed to The Huffington Post include John Cusack, Deepak Chopra, Nora Ephron, Bill Moyers, Bill Richardson, and John Kerry. Huffington serves as editor in chief of The Huffington Post and is herself a frequent blogger on the site.
  • Seriously Maybe (http://seriously-maybe.com/)
    The blog, Seriously Maybe, takes a look at relationships from the subjective male’s perspective. We, the authors, are true to our opinions which we un-apologetically express regardless of how inappropriate, unpopular or controversial they may be. In fact, we aim for the inappropriate, unpopular, and controversial topics because putting light on these issues get the conversation going and people thinking. So browse through the categories, skim the titles and if anything peaks your interest, read a post. If what we write causes you to be angry, irate, curious, confused or any other emotion, feel free to leave a comment. We’ll be here to keep the conversation going.
  • The Beach Body Blog (http://www.beachbody.com/)
    Beachbody is a Multichannel Marketer, with mobile, print, online, radio, and various other presences. Offering the most innovative, results-oriented programs and skilled, motivational trainers, Beachbody’s core purpose is to help people achieve their goals and enjoy a healthy, fulfilling life.