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08/23/2011

This exists: 'Maggie Report'

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Principles Project (founded by NOM's Robert George) and Tea Party Review magazine have launched a new, Drudge-emulating website called "Maggie Report." Yes, named for and hosted by the Maggie you think:

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[The Maggie Report]



It's yet another highly unpragmatic move. For one, Maggie has completely connected her (and by extension NOM's) brand to Tea Party Conservatives, further cutting through those "bipartisan, multi-viewpoint" labels that NOM likes to apply to their fight. But also, this is a new treasure trove for content, one where guests are sure to hand us usable morsels on a silver platter.

Love it.

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