Now that we've sorted through some of our initial growing pains, Open Source Politics is looking for few more good sources. Is that you? It could be, if you have what it takes. Here's a short list of qualifications:
* Your political orientation is progressive.
* You like to write about current events, political theory, economics, health of people or ecology, legal rights or events, or other topics relevant to OSP.
* You can write well without requiring much proofreading for errors in grammar, spelling, and composition.
* You are willing to commit to a minimum level of participation of at least one article or post a month.
* You are a team player, and will pitch in behind the scenes as needed (with the occasional extra article, idea for improving OSP, or other contribution).
* You want to help defeat George W. Bush in the 2004 election.
Depending on the response to this, we may or may not be able to accept all applicants, but we will consider and respond to every applicant. If you are interested, please send an email to email@example.com with the following information:
* Your name
* The web address for your blog
* Links to two to four posts that you feel represent what you can bring to OSP
* Any other talents or abilities that you have that might be useful (proofreading, graphics creation or editing, HTML/CSS/RSS/etc., leadership, unique perspective, or whatever you think might be useful)
* The section(s) in which you're interested in writing for and the posting schedule to which you're willing to commit
* Any other information that you feel would be useful for us to consider
We look forward to hearing from you!
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A non-violent, counter-dominant, left-liberal, possibly charismatic, quasi anarcho-libertarian Quaker's take on politics, volleyball, and other esoterica.
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