Thursday, April 4, 2013

Rare, Cox's foray in conservative news, will rescue America from the liberal media's savage grip on April 15

Posted By on Thu, Apr 4, 2013 at 9:57 AM


It's been a few weeks since we checked in on Rare, Cox Media Group's "anti-propaganda" website that will cater to conservatives (and which will have absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the lib'rul AJC, no way, no how).

Since we first reported the website's name, Cox, the parent company of the AJC, WSB-TV, and other media outlets throughout the country, has filled the top two editorial slots at Rare. Brett Decker, formerly of the Washington Times and Wall Street Journal, will edit and lead the site from Washington, D.C. (The press release announcing his job included nods of approval from mustachioed angryman John Bolton and - no shit - Ted Nugent.) Tabitha Hale, a commentator the press release trumpets as one of Business Insider's "50 hottest people in online politics," will serve as managing editor.

The site's rollout will take place on April 15, of course. In the release, Decker said Rare will be a "refreshing, positive alternative taking on subjects others avoid like the plague." Judging from the video teaser released on April Fools Day, which we've embedded above, expect fascinating takes on those issues from Herman Cain, Erick Erickson, and Neal Boortz's puckish little brother "Neil." And, we're sure, other voices eager to show America that "red is the new center," indeed.

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