CHQ - Growing New Media Connectivity of Conservatives Scares Liberals

The Right gets itself wired  - Liberal journalist Robert Parry writes with begrudging admiration how the conservative movement is now conquering the internet world - a fact that clearly seems to be scaring liberals to death. Such a move towards conservative 'connectivity' has been foretold by notable conservative authors such as Richard Viguerie - as he and co-author David Franke surmised in their book America's Right Turn.  For years, conservatives have been mastering the use of New and Alternative Media to help deliver their message - and the internet is just the latest means to get it done.


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