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South Park Conservatives

The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias

Regnery Publishing, Inc. 2005 9780895260192

About the Book

That’s what Brian C. Anderson shows in South Park Conservatives: The Revolt against Liberal Media Bias. It’s a behind-the-scenes look at how conservatives—and even iconoclasts who don’t consider themselves conservative—are overthrowing the liberal media and political correctness. From the bloggers who demolished Dan Rather, to the Swift Boat veterans who sank John Kerry, to the gleeful anti–political correctness of such comedic send-ups as South Park and Team America, the American media landscape has suffered an earthquake. Conservatives who have fretted about liberal media bias and losing the culture war should take heart, because a new generation of "South Park Conservatives" is changing everything. In South Park Conservatives, you’ll learn:

  • How media bias in the 2004 Kerry/Bush race was so overwhelming as to make a mockery of "journalistic ethics"
  • How liberal Hollywood has tried—and failed—to read conservatives out of the industry
  • How right-of-center students are turning the tables on their left-wing profs at campuses across the nation
  • How the liberal monopoly has been broken beyond all repair by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, FOX News, and the blogosphere
  • How hysterical liberal accusations of conservative "bigotry" and "hate" have boomeranged against the Left
  • How media and academic liberals—seeing their monopoly on information and communication disappearing—have embraced extremism and conspiracy-mongering As Brian C. Anderson demonstrates, the New York Times, the big networks, and the rest of the elite liberal media can no longer set the terms of the nation’s political and cultural debate. The liberal media’s monolithic power has cracked and broken—and freedom and conservative ideas are breaking out all over. So sit back, pour yourself a drink, and savor South Park Conservatives. The liberal media has never looked so likely to head for the ash heap of history as now. South Park Conservatives: The Revolt against Liberal Media Bias is an inside peek at how conservatives and the politically incorrect "anti-liberals" are starting to win the culture war—and are having fun doing it.

About the Author

Brian C. Anderson is senior editor of the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal. He has written on politics and culture for the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Post, National Review, Commentary, First Things, the Claremont Review of Books, and many other magazines and papers. He is also the author of Raymond Aron: The Recovery of the Political. He lives with his wife and two young sons in Westchester County, New York.

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ARTICLES

Note to You Liberal Weenies - Yes, the Right Really Can Write, Brian C. Anderson, Los Angeles Times, 05-15-05

Why the Liberals Can't Keep Air America From Spiraling In, Brian C. Anderson, Los Angeles Times, 04-18-05
(This article also appears in The Christian Science Monitor, 4-21-05 and The New York Sun, 04-20-05.)

South Park Republicans, Brian C. Anderson, The Dallas Morning News, 04-17-05

A New Media Era, Brian C. Anderson, New York Post, 04-17-05

'I hate conservatives, but I really... hate liberals', Brian C. Anderson, The Riverside Press, 04-16-05

TV:

FOX News O'Reilly Factor -- 4/18, 8:00 pm ET
FOX News Fox and Friends -- 4/19, 7:50 am ET
FOX News Dayside with Linda Vester -- 4/20, 1:00 pm ET
MSNBC's Scarborough Country -- 4/20, 10:00 pm ET

RADIO:

Monday, 4/18
1:00 pm ET Radio Factor with Bill O'Reilly (Nationally Syndicated)

Wednesday, 4/20
7:30 am ET Bill Bennett's Mornings in America (Nationally Syndicated)
8:10 am ET Mancow's Morning Madness (Nationally Syndicated)
11:06 am ET The Tony Snow Show (Nationally Syndicated)

Thursday, 4/21
Laura Ingraham's Radio Show at 11:15 am (nationally syndicated)

Friday, 4/22
11 am ET KSFO "Lee Rogers & Melanie Morgan"
Janet Parshall's America (Nationally Syndicated)
JD Balart's American Radio Journal (Nationally Syndicated)
Dennis Prager Show (Nationally Syndicated)

REVIEWS

Book Review: "South Park Conservatives: The Revolt against Liberal Media Bias" by Brian C. Anderson, The Highwaymen, November 13, 2005

A conservative reading list, RedState.org, October 19, 2005

The 'Culture Wars', yes … but whose culture?, by Andrew McIntyre, On Line Opinion, October 7, 2005

Give alumni donations wisely, by Bridget Johnson, GOP Vixen, July 26, 2005

TAM Book Series: South Park Conservatives, by Sean Hackbarth, TheAmericanMind.com, July 25, 2005

New Right embraces new media, by Steven Martinovich, Sun-Sentinel, July 3, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Review of Brian Anderson's book on liberal media bias…, by Bruce S. Thornton, theOneRepublic.com, June 28, 2005

'South Park Conservatives': Bullying Liberals Back, by Liesl Schillinger, The New York Times, June 26, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Liberal Media on Way Out, by Jason Subik, Human Events, June 20, 2005

Review: Why I Am A South Park Conservative Villainous Company, June 15, 2005

BOOK REVIEW: 'South Park Conservatives' Examines 'Revolt' of Conservatives, Libertarians against Liberal Media Outlets, by David M. Kinchen, Huntington News, June 13, 2005

South Park Republicans Blogcritics.com, June 13, 2005

The 'South Park' revolution By Bill Steigerwald, PittsburghLIVE.com, June 4, 2005

"South Park Conservatives" Overlawyered.com, May 27, 2005

South Park Conservatives: A look at the book The Blog from the Core, May 26, 2005

Prime time for iconoclasts to program social movement By Imre Salusinszky, The Australian, May 23, 2005

The new face of the Democrats By Matt Welch, Salon.com, May 21, 2005

Leftist media missed a turn to the right By Janet Albrechtsen, The Australian, May 18, 2005

The blissful generation that just does not care By Kate Legge, The Australian, May 18, 2005

GOODBYE TO PC By Ann Marlowe, New York Post, May 15, 2005

South Park Conservatives By Melanie Smith, California Patriot, May 2005

"South Park Conservatives": The Review... Ex-Donkey Blog, May 11, 2005

Interview with Brian C. Anderson, author of "South Park Conservatives" anklebitingpundits.com, May 6, 2005

"South Park Conservatives: The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias" by Brian C. Anderson By Bulldog Pundit, anklebitingpundits.com, May 6, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Review By Michael Potemra, National Review, May 9, 2005

South Park Conservatives: The Revolt against Liberal Media Bias By Rachel DiCarlo, The Weekly Standard, May 9, 2005

Why I'm not a 'South Park Conservative', By Michelle Malkin, Townhall.com, May 4, 2005

South Park Conservatives, By Jamie Glazov, FrontPageMagazine, May 4, 2005

The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias By Tom Bevan, RealClearPolitics.com, May 3, 2005

Exposing liberal pieties By Gerald J. Russello, The Washington Times, May 3, 2005

Conservatives Love 'South Park' By Frank Rich, The New York Times, May 1, 2005

Rush to Victory By Daniel Henninger, The Wall Street Journal, April 29, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Subversive humor spills into mainstream, MSNBC, April 27, 2005

South Park Conservatives, Pop and Politics, April 27, 2005

Book Review: "South Park Conservatives", Chrenkoff , April 27, 2005

Looking at South Park Conservatives, The American Enterprise Online, April 2005

South Park Conservatives: The Interview (1), Powerlineblog.com, April 25, 2005

South Park Conservatives: The Interview (2), Powerlineblog.com, April 26, 2005

The Battle Is Joined, OpinionJournal.com, April 20, 2005 (This review also appears in The Washington Times April 26, 2005)

Viva La South Park Revolucion!, mensnewsdaily.com, April 24, 2005

Book Review: South Park Conservatives, Tempus Fugit, April 22, 2005

South Park Conservatives - The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias (A Review), PoliPundit.com, April 18, 2005

South Park Conservatives : Why “Liberal Loser” is an accurate assessment of the Left, PoliPundit.com, April 18, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Snapshot of the Culture Wars, By Edward B. Driscoll, Tech Central Station, April 15, 2005

Book Review: South Park Conservatives By James Joyner, Outsidethebeltway.com, April 15, 2005

South Park Conservatives : The Revolt Against Liberal Media Bias, BrothersJudd.com, April 13, 2005

MENTIONS

Bring Back Clinton—Just His Spending Habits, By Kevin Hassett, Bloomberg.com, July 18, 2005

That Boy Ain't Right, I Tell You What, Wall Street Journal, June 26, 2005

'King of the Hill' Democrats?, By Matt Bai, The New York Times, June 26, 2005

South Park Conservatives: Is This New Anti-Left Trend Right?, By Gavin McInnes, vdare.com, May 31, 2005

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