The Daily Kos: Do you know who I was
When will the little nuggest of joy end? We've seen liberal columnsits like Richard Cohen at the Washington Post saying, "From a Democratic perspective, what this country needs is a good recession", we've had pathetic columns by Maureen Dowd and Paul Krugman and a host of others.
Now Liberal blogger and darling of the media, The Daily Kos, is worried. Since the 15 candidates he helped raise money for went 0-15, his career as a political consultant is in question, unless Shrum is hiring. No wonder The Daily Was is fretting about his financial future,
By CARL BIALIK THE WALL STREET JOURNAL ONLINE
November 5, 2004 7:31 p.m.
Markos Moulitsas, one of the Internet's better-known left-wing bloggers, is
disappointed about John Kerry's defeat in the presidential election -- and a bit
worried about his own livelihood.
Mr. Moulitsas, who runs the popular Web log DailyKos.com, has been
reaping more than $10,000 per month in advertising revenue in the past half year
-- nearly $20,000 in each of the last two months -- as hundreds of thousands of
like-minded political junkies visited his site. But much of the spending was by
political campaigns, and new advertising dried up just a few days before the
"I'm not in danger of being thrown out on the street, but it does make
me nervous," said Mr. Moulitsas, 33 years old. "For me to get to the point where
it's this quiet... I'm a little nervous about it right now."