From her bio on the San Francisco Chronicle / SF Gate.
Chronicle's token conservative columnist. "Started work in politics as a Republican in Massachusetts, now I write a conservative column for the San Francisco Chornicle. I was meant to be a conservative in a liberal town."
What does a Right bias rating mean?
A Right bias is the most conservative rating on the political spectrum.
Sources with this rating are most likely to show favor for:
- • Decreasing government involvement in economic issues
- • Decreasing federal regulations in general, giving more power to state laws
- • Decreasing government spending, except for defense spending
- • Using military force
- • Decreasing taxes
- • Outlawing abortion
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