Mark Fitzgibbons: Free Speech For Me-Not For Thee
American Thinker - I recently received a direct mail fundraising appeal from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) that contained a premium (direct mail term for 'freebie'). The premium was a flexible magnet, the type people put on their refrigerators and such. The magnet read: STAND FOR CHANGE -- SILENCE GOP LIES -- www.dscc.org. I've never received a fundraising appeal that expressly urged censorship, even from any group not officially affiliated with a national political party.
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Conservatives Blast 'National Review'
US News - "The GOP fight between moderates and conservatives has now spread to the late William F. Buckley's conservative bible, National Review. Conservative elites like David Keene, chairman of the American Conservative Union, and former Bush speechwriter Matt Latimer, who ripped moderates in Speech-less: Tales of a White House Survivor, charge that National Review has sold out its conservative principles to get cozy with GOP leadership."
Conservatives: Beware of Overconfidence
American Spectator - Quinn Hillyer writes "Conservatives face an even greater challenge in 2010 than in other years that looked good for them, because the Republican Party organizationally has become so hostile to conservative sensibilities and because no obvious leader for the party or the conservative movement has shown any ability to get officials to sing off the same page -- or to hit any positive high notes."
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