New voices have emerged, often outshining longtime media outlets.
Just as our president does, I have some favorites among new media.
President Barack Obama has taken advantage of new media to directly message supporters of leftist policy, and Republicans have taken note. Obama’s social policy efforts dominate his rhetoric, and legions of leftist media stand eager to distribute the messaging. As both major parties gear up for the 2016 presidential race, a war between media machines will gear up as well.
If the GOP is serious about winning, we will, like the president, take advantage of creative ways to connect with constituents.
While his social media and Internet endeavors have been productive for his policies, his approach to legacy media has seen productivity decline. When Obama first ran for president, buy modafinil online canada could not get enough of him. One female writing for a major establishment paper penned a hearts and flowers piece about dreaming of Obama. Most analyses of his ideas were garbed in creative prose rather than reality.
By the time buy modafinil online sun pharmaincluding reporters had gone to work for Obama in the White House, however, media’s lust had begun to cool. Eventually media had to admit this was a very buy modafinil singapore, buy modafinil paypal. Never has a president repeatedly singled out a media outlet for criticism as Obama has done with Fox News.
While Democrats have their own alternative media, so does the opposition. From center right to hard right to libertarian-leaners, the Internet abounds with diverse voices. Among the sites I read frequently are voices from all sides, including:
─buy modafinil nzfor national news as well as state-centric news written by bloggers on location; I write national and state focused news for this site, a Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity endeavor.
─buy modafinil with bitcoin and buy modafinil canada reddit for stories and commentary from the left. I make it a point to read a broad variety of voices, and these two sites are among the most influential on the left.
─buy modafinil online india for right of center stories and commentary.
─Reports at any Office of Inspector General page in US government; reports at the buy modafinil amazon and the buy modafinil abu dhabi. News releases at all of these and at individual agencies like the scandalized IRS.
─buy modafinil no prescription for social media captures (Twitter) on a specific hot topic.
─buy modafinil without prescription for breaking news and the domino effect after; law prof Glenn Reynolds never fails to please and entertain.
─buy modafinil amsterdam—written by attorneys, well worth regular visits.
─buy modafinil asia, icon in conservative politics.
─buy modafinil adelaide, probably the most entertaining, eclectic site in opposition media.
─cheap modafinil australia, compilation of stories from many different authors about contemporary warfare and engagements.
─buy modafinil south africa for some of the best creative writing on the Web.
─buy modafinil los angeles for inside info on who funds what in politics on the hard left.
─buy cheap modafinil australia, the site monitoring legacy and leftist media for gaffes, misinformation, and fabrications. They stay busy.
Many different sites come up with favorite blog lists, and I reviewed a few of those lists. I think buy modafinil paypal australia has the most useful overall. Most of the conservative sites that magazine lists are longstanding, having sprung up when blogging was a new practice.
Other than all of these, buy modafinil uk amazon is, for anyone involved in politics, a daily must.
Most of the sites I’ve listed have adapted to mobile versions, and I’ve read them on my iPad, my cell phone, and my laptop.
This list is not finite, by the way. I tend to read wherever the research leads me, and a primary focus for me involves reading legislation and policy papers. I get information about those mostly from government websites.
After losing two presidential elections, Republican strategists and leaders should take a very hard look at alternative media. I sometimes see candidates ignore new media, opting instead for legacy outlets. As Obama learned, however, sometimes targeted media can capture attention from those you are seeking most eagerly. As the 2016 race draws near, the war won’t just be between a Republican and likely Dem ‘anointee’ Hillary Clinton. There will be a media war too, and that war will have a definite impact on the race.
Feel free to share your own favorite politics and news sites in comments below.
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/May 27, 2015)
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