This post was actually created starting on on Aug. 20, 2005--I'm parking it out of the way back here so it won't clutter up current posting.
To date, some of the fun links and citations I've gotten include Instapundit, Just One Minute, Brent Bozell's Media Research Center, Newsbusters, (by Clay Waters of Times Watch), NRO's Media Blog by Stephen Spruiell, and Soccer Dad.
Sept. 9: Cosmo the Wonder Dog at NRO's The Corner.
Sept. 9: Wonkette.
Sept. 13: Memeorandum.
Oct. 4: PressThink
Oct. 19: Wizbang
Oct. 20: Amy Ridenour's National Center Blog
Oct. 27: Stephen Spruiell at NRO's Media Blog
Nov. 3: Stephen Spruiell at... you get the idea.
Nov. 10: The Commons blog. Thanks Amy.
Nov. 11: Spruiell
Nov. 22: Stephen Spruiell in a proper NRO column. Thanks.
Dec. 6: Newsbusters. No, this is not me linking to myself.
Dec. 9: Jay Rosen at PressThink
Dec. 13: PressThink
(All the above are 2005) (I think)
Some more fun links in 2006, not all-inclusive:
June 7, Soccer Dad
June 12, Stephen Spruiell at NRO's Media Blog.
July 3, Say Anything
July 5, Michael Yon.
August 14, TimesWatch
August 15, Media Research Center's Brent Bozell
August 16, libertarian comic genius Ace of Spades
August 18, On The Square, the blog of Catholic/Evangelical journal First Things, courtesy of a post by Charlotte Allen. This here is one big-tent blog, from Ace to First Things. Anyway if I could read only one journal, that would be it.
August 20, Haveil Havalim, a weekly roundup of the best in the Jewish blogosphere, thankfully in my case including some broader sources like my item about the Post's coverage of Israel. Great to be included, and thanks to Soccer Dad for the nomination and A Barbaric Yawp for hosting the edition in which I was included.
Sept. 25: Michelle Malkin
Oct. 15: Amy Ridenour's National Center blog.
Oct. 22: Sphere featured my post (along with others) as an attachment to a Time.com story on Iraq. That's what the Sphere badge is for. Plus it matches my color scheme.
Oct. 25: Newsbusters courtesy of Mark Finkelstein and Tim Graham.
October sometime: a Wikipedia entry on Battlestar Galactica.
Oct. 28 or so: Congressional Quarterly's "Behind the Lines", which I can't link to since it's a subscription service, but Isaacf says they did and posted an excerpt and that's good enough for me. It doesn't appear that CQ liked my Battlestar Galactica item, but life is bitterly hard that way.
Oct. 31: PostGlobal, part of Washington Post Newsweek Interactive, known around here as washingtonpost.com (they're not identical, but close enough). WPNI/PostGlobal invited me and plenth of other bloggers to comment on various issues at their site; the opening issue for me was gay marriage (and thank you very much, not). The link above brings you to my comment, embedded with all the others, but when first posted it runs on the homepage for awhile.
Dec. 28: The Guardian's News Blog by James Sturcke
And thus endeth 2006.
Feb. 9: Soccer Dad
Feb. 9: Wizbang
Feb. 12: Mary Katharine Ham at Town Hall.
Feb. 23: Stephen Spruiell at NRO's Media Blog
March 9: Volokh Conspiracy
April 5: Susan Daniels at Slate (scroll down--about the disappointingly reasonable explanation for the weird Saturn hexagon.
and June 22 from Soccer Dad-- PostWatch's most constant friend. Thanks.