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The Rules

News is almost never "spam" according to search engines like Google. Search engines like when there are multiple resources and multiple discussions on a given news story.

When you find important news or resources: copy it and paste it into the blog. Add a descriptive title and meta description. Try to add as many links and sources as possible with relevant information. Use text to accompany multimedia like photos and movies so people can find them more easily. If it's a video, check "Video" category and paste the embed code in the HTML of the post AND below to embed it into the blog video features.

No lying (s’pose that means most politicians can’t post here). No violence. No inciting violence. No vulgar racism (but don’t be afraid to call war criminals what THEY are; the entire site already has to be rated "R" to discuss DU). Try to post sources so people can do more extensive research. Also, i believe we can reach a wider audience if we keep the language toned down with regard to cuss words.

Try not to post ‘fluff’ articles (to keep it more interesting) – but don’t be shy about reposting great documentaries, youtubes and sources that can inform and hopefully wake some people up. Any propaganda, ad hominem, sidetracking, strawman games, etc. will be promptly deleted (unless it's clearly labeled as such).

Here's the only rule that sucks: Please try to post 350x200 images with blog posts (especially "Headlines"). This is the only decent blog template I can find that displays news and videos as features (makes it much easier to present news to new readers); part of the "feature" layout means that each post needs an image attached separately from the post content. I have tons of premade images. The template looks best when images are exactly 350x200 pixels (ask me if you need help). You can even use flags if it's a region specific story.

 

 

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