Rules For Comment Participation
Visitors are welcome and encouraged to leave comments concerning the articles that are posted to Watchblog. However, those who participate are expected to follow a code of conduct. This helps provide a civil environment for those with serious desires of political debate to engage others with the same interests about various political topics as new articles are posted.
NOTE: Watchblog.com also has a policy requiring bloggers to provide valid E-Mail addresses, or their posts are deleted.
UPDATE: David Remer is no longer (resigned in March 2010) the Managing Editor of Watchblog.com. His comment moderation privileges have been revoked. he is still a regular author and valued contributor.
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