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Election Reflections: Part I

Posted by Mark on November 5, 2004


How it happened is in Newsweek.
Why it happened is in the map above. Red and blue have become more than convenient colors. They’ve become symbols of the cultural divide of the country, and the cultural divide of this site. I’m still coming to conclusions on what this means long term. In the short term, its fun to watch the MSM try to come to grips with their lessening influence, and their inability to throw the election to the Democrats. Stay tuned.

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A New Talk Radio Station in Chicago

Posted by Mark on November 5, 2004

WIND 560, modeled on The Patriot in Minnesota, has opened it’s doors in Chicago. It fills a gap in conservative talk left open by the more locally oriented stations such as WGN, and gives direct competition to WLS 890 for those time slots not ruled by Rush and Sean Hannity.

Bill Bennett, Laura Ingraham, Michael Medved, and Dennis Prager make up the bulk of the daytime programming. Michael Savage and Hugh Hewitt do prime time. Give it a listen.

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Election Reflections: Part I

Posted by Mark on November 5, 2004


How it happened is in Newsweek.
Why it happened is in the map above. Red and blue have become more than convenient colors. They’ve become symbols of the cultural divide of the country, and the cultural divide of this site. I’m still coming to conclusions on what this means long term. In the short term, its fun to watch the MSM try to come to grips with their lessening influence, and their inability to throw the election to the Democrats. Stay tuned.

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A New Talk Radio Station in Chicago

Posted by Mark on November 5, 2004

WIND 560, modeled on The Patriot in Minnesota, has opened it’s doors in Chicago. It fills a gap in conservative talk left open by the more locally oriented stations such as WGN, and gives direct competition to WLS 890 for those time slots not ruled by Rush and Sean Hannity.

Bill Bennett, Laura Ingraham, Michael Medved, and Dennis Prager make up the bulk of the daytime programming. Michael Savage and Hugh Hewitt do prime time. Give it a listen.

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