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Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2022/08/19 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2010/3/5-30 [Politics/Domestic/Gay, Politics/Domestic/RepublicanMedia] UID:53742 Activity:nil
3/5     Like it or not, Michelle Malkin is a lot wealthier and
        financially savvy than most of you ranting liburals out there:
        \_ Who's she?
           \_ She is a 'conservative' pundit, so stupid and annoying that she
              makes Anne Coulter look brilliant and charming by comparison.
        \_ I don't know if having a wildly popular blog sell for lots of $
           because the public is enamored with your particular brand of stupid
           really constitutes "savvy".  Would you call some hack romance
           novelist "financially savvy" just 'cause they managed to rack
           up the $$? -phuqm
        \_ " ... for an undisclosed sum." How much, $100?
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reported the acquisition as a done deal, although neither party confirmed the agreement until earlier this morning. Hot Air was started by Malkin on April 24, 2006 as a "conservative Internet broadcast network" and is currently managed by editors Ed Morrissey and (someone who goes by the pseudonym) AllahPundit on a day-to-day basis. com as part of Salem's Internet division, Salem Web Network (SWN). Combined, the two conservative websites will reach 3 million unique readers, Salem claims, although the media company didn't specify whether those are monthly uniques. com -- the popular right-of-center blog showcasing the news, analysis and commentary of Ed Morrissey and AllahPundit -- from Michelle Malkin. com -- creates the largest conservative commentary, analysis, and news network on the Web with more than 3 million unique readers. com in 2006, said of the acquisition, "HotAir has experienced phenomenal growth -- beyond our wildest expectations. With its established radio platform and fast-growing Internet brands, Salem is perfectly positioned to take HotAir to the next level as a conservative multimedia powerhouse." Jonathan Garthwaite, VP & General Manager of Townhall/HotAir, commenting on the acquisition said, "I have always respected Michelle Malkin and the insights and opinions presented by HotAir. I look forward to working with Ed Morrissey and AllahPundit during a critical period in determining our country's future. The combination of the #1 conservative opinion and news site and the #1 conservative news and commentary blog creates a real force for conservative values in 2010 and beyond," he added. Townhall/HotAir is a part of Salem Communications' Internet division, Salem Web Network (SWN). Tom Perrault, Senior Vice President of SWN, said, "The addition of HotAir doubles the size of Salem's expanding footprint in online conservative commentary. 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February 18th, 2010 at 5:34 am UTC Yeah, Michael, they probably should have looked at buying Daily Kos or Huffington Post, because they have the market cornered in warm fuzzy thoughts. February 19th, 2010 at 7:43 pm UTC Sorry Jeff, but you undermined your own statement. You claim they represent stupidity and ignorance, but this proves that you are "ignorant" about what they represent. February 18th, 2010 at 6:56 am UTC I'm pretty sure that one of the two bloggers for Hot Air is a an atheist/agnostic who often writes posts favorable of atheist rights. I wonder if this Christian company read the blog before buying it. February 18th, 2010 at 7:06 am UTC I don't know anything about these two blog sites. But, I can tell you that Christians (who actually know what Christianity really is about) have nothing against atheist rights. In fact, Christians were the ones who limited government power over religion when they founded the USA I've been told, though, that in the higher ranks of Salem Communications, it's not really Christian focused -- they just target Christians. I could be wrong though, as this is based on the account of someone I barely knew who claimed to have worked for them at some point. is *really about*" You're all cherry picking out of the same religious doctrine. Either way, conservative Christian organizations have definitely tried to blur the lines between church and state, and I doubt that Townhall is regularly publishing material favorable of Richard Dawkins or Hitchens. While we should focus on being good-doers, salvation has nothing to do with our good works. We are saved by God's grace, through our faith in Christ (which is given to us as a gift from God). All Christian doctrine acknowledges this -- but some individuals don't understand it. Thus it has nothing to do with "cherry picking" as we are not refuting the main purpose. monitor is really about viewing information/data from a computer or other output device. Yes, there are individuals and groups of individuals who misrepresent Christians (just like presidents who misrepresent their country). "Separation between church and state," by the way, isn't in the Constitution. The constitution does, however, say: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." In even simpler terms, that's like your mother telling you: "You can't make Little Billy support you, but Little Billy can't tell you what to do." There is nothing wrong (or unconstitutional) with religion interacting with the government. This first amendment is basically saying that the government must stay out of religion, but religion can access the government. 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