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Ana Marie Cox rose to fame, if not fortune, as the founder and proprietress of wonkette. Most recently, Cox has been in the news as the author of "Dog Days" Riverhead Booksa roman a clef about the romantic and political goings-on inside a political campaign that bears a striking resemblance to the late, unlamented contest between John Kerry and George W. In a recent edition of the Sunday New York Times Book Review, Christopher Buckley pronounced it a "brisk, smart, smutty, knowing and very well-written first novel.

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You gotta look out for your own. Somehow this year, at least in the universe of our minds, the opposite of cool started being cool. Revenge of the Nerdettes or some shit.

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Official details about the panel here. Or is it Wonkette? Married to an editor at New York magazine.

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Ana Marie Cox, political columnist and culture critic, sits down with liberals and conservatives, pastors, writers, activists, and other people you should know for an open, funny, in-depth conversation about what divides us - a show about listening instead of arguing. Culture critic Ira Madison III ira joins the show for a very meta conversation about white people and what it's like to be "the black friend. NeverTrump diehard Rick Wilson discusses his past as an attack ad maker, and whether he helped create the post-truth era. MTV writer Jane Coatson joins to ponder when violence against the government is justified.

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Ana Marie Cox: Ted Cruz, the senator from Texas, recently made a video in which he cooked bacon on the barrel of a gun. Would you recommend such a technique? Alton Brown: There are so many other cheaper, easier ways to cook bacon.

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A leading US blogger and political pundit who "came out" publicly as a Christian has said she regrets using the language of the LGBT movement to describe her avowal of faith. Cox, a blogger on US politics for The Guardian and founder of the political blog Wonkette, posted a follow-up at The Daily Beast because she felt a "coda" was needed. She admitted she had feared that other Christians would not accept her as one of them, and that she would be guilty of "humble bragging" because humility and testimony do not always sit well together.

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Happily, she reports that the opposite has happened since her article came out. Watch above. This is one of the main points in her pity party about being a poor lonely lib-Dem in the Church.

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And a lot of people do get their information from it. Time Inc. It was a fulcrum. Imus and company were on the brinkand Ana Marie Cox — former Wonkette and bawdy blog founder — had been a regular member of the Imus crew for the last nine months.

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So, obviously, I was sneaking in some cat-picture viewing between sessions. This is a proven productivity practice and a much needed source of solace in discussing these troubled times. There were surprised but polite murmurs!

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The young conservatives gathered there have their own leaderless revolution to foment. And the CPAC Straw Poll, the first of many basically meaningless contests for all those Republican hopefuls, gave attendees a baffling array of candidates to choose from. Paul, the gnomic Texas Congressman who has already led two quixotic presidential runs as a staunch libertarian, wound up winning the poll with 30 percent; Mitt Romney brought in 23 percent and after that the field split into drips and drabs of 6 percent and below.

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