Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Tea Partiers Carrying a Loaded Magazine

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 08:  Co-organizer of...Image by Getty Images via @daylifeTea Party Review debuts this month, reported today, and the print magazine is everything you would expect its insurgent target audience would want to read about.

Topics that the Review plan to tackle include: "Washington's War on the American Family," "Why the Elite Media Hates Us," and "Will Republicans Keep Their 'Pledge'?"  At the magazine's helm is Steven Allen, an attorney and Ph.D, no less, who served as press secretary to former U.S. Sen. Jeremiah Denton (R-Ala.) and worked as senior editor of Conservative Digest. Christina Botteri, whose background is in public relations for the technology industry, is the publication's online editor.

The humble staff of "TUOL" has yet to thumb through the Tea Party Review, but expects graphically it is intelligently designed. Can't imagine that it doesn't include a puzzle page, and "TUOL" humbly suggests titling the Letters to the Editor section: "Far Write to Us."  Haven't seen any marketing slogan, but fortunately, "Inquiring Minds Want to Know" already is taken.
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  1. A Chekhov quote springs to mind: "Love, friendship and respect do not unite people as much as a common hatred for something."

  2. Nice to hear from you Donna. Thanks for "classing up" the blog with a Chekhov quote, no less. You know the subscription cards that fall out of magazines when you open them are known in the industry as "idiot cards." I'm just saying...