I get most of my news from sources including NPR, The NY Times, The Daily Show and the Colbert Report, but another great source of commentary is The Bugle from the Times of London, it's the world's finest audio newspaper.
Jon Oliver and Andy Zaltzman present commentary unlike that you find on this side of the Atlantic.
Their Wikipedia entry cites important features including Hotties from History and Ask an American.
Of particular interest is the following from their Wikipedia discussion page:
two nerd factions, the buglers versus the wikipedians
this is brilliant. i mean, these two groups, so similar in so many ways (probably relating to computer gaming?) have come to blows. it's been an invasion. the buglers have followed their fearless leader into foreign territory (as i'm doing right now).
we geeks must unite. somehow, a truce must be negotiated. did mccain not declare "we are all wikipedians?"
oh ps. anyone who would have the knowledge necessary to add to the bugle page would have to be a devoted fan. a devoted fan would also be obliged to do as andy zaltzman says. so figure that one out.
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I fully support our Bugle Overlords.