Post whatever you like (within reason) in the comments. What’s directly below is just what’s on my mind.
Re: conservative media. There’s plenty of it, and plenty of alternative media generally.
The issue I’m not seeing addressed by any activists – and what’s strange is back when I was watching the Left regroup, I didn’t see them talk about this much either – is getting different people to actually pay attention to that media.
Over the years, I’ve subscribed to National Review, First Things, Reason Magazine, and my Mom actually started reading portions of those publications. I have no doubt it influenced how she frames issues both in conversation and at the voting booth.
Hmm. How much would it cost to get good percentage of registered voters a subscription to National Review and Reason? Like, at least 10 million people?