July 22, 2014

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How Matt Drudge Changed The World.

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When Matt Drudge launched the The Drudge Report he single handedly changed the way we get our news and who we get it from. He saved the news business by turning everyone into their own network and their own editor. As the gatekeeping dinosaur media makes a last gasp of breath from their self created, self censored, establishment narrative tar pits, they will see the face of their dragon slayer and it will be the citizen journalist.

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