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Western C-PAC Guest List Announced: What? No Coulter!?

Jim Lacy has a short post at Flash Report on the guest list for Western C-PAC (Conservative Political Action Committee) meeting taking place next week in Newport Beach. Jim says:  Presidential candidate Congressman Duncan Hunter has confirmed he will be a speaker at the upcoming Western Conservative Political Action Conference in Newport Beach on October…

Wall Street Journal: GOP Losing Business Base

GOP Is Losing Grip On Core Business Vote Deficit Hawks Defect As Social Issues Prevail; ‘The Party Left Me’ By JACKIE CALMES October 2, 2007; Page A1 WASHINGTON — The Republican Party, known since the late 19th century as the party of business, is losing its lock on that title. New evidence suggests a potentially historic shift…

So Much for the Liberal Media; Conservatives Rule Op-Ed Pages says MediaMatters

Washington, D.C. – Media Matters for America today released California data for its new report “Black and White and Re(a)d All Over: The Conservative Advantage in Syndicated Op-Ed Columns,” a comprehensive and unprecedented analysis of nationally syndicated columnists from nearly 1,400 newspapers, or 96 percent of English-language U.S. daily newspapers.  Because of the time, labor,…

Who is More Republican?

Here’s a column from Dan Weintraub of the Sacramento Bee that ran in this morning’s Register.  Weintraub is a former Register columnist.  The column itself is exceptional when constrasted with columns posted on the Flash Report over the weekend and one posted by Matt Cunningham on OCBlog.net/Red County last night.  Weintraub’s piece is a bit…

Liberals and Conservatives might ACTUALLY be wired differently

As I’ve always suspected… From the Los Angeles Times: Previous psychological studies have found that conservatives tend to be more structured and persistent in their judgments whereas liberals are more open to new experiences. The latest study found those traits are not confined to political situations but also influence everyday decisions.