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The National Memo
Type of site
|News and opinion|
|Alexa rank|| 282,157|
February 11, 2018[update]
The National Memo is an American online news site and newsletter. It was founded by Joe Conason in 2011. It publishes news, commentary and analysis.
The site was started by Joe Conason in 2011. Its editorial stance is predominantly from a Centre-left politics point of view. Contributors have included James Carville, Stan Greenberg, David Cay Johnston, Gene Lyons, cartoonist Jeff Danziger, Jonathan Alter, Cynthia Tucker, and Connie Schultz.
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- Tucker, Cynthia (24 November 2012). "Let Us Be Thankful That Congress Has Fewer Tea Party Cranks". The National Memo. Archived from the original on 22 October 2015.
- Robert David Sullivan (2016-02-08). "Bill Clinton does some boomersplaining". America. Archived from the original on 2017-02-11. Retrieved 2018-01-12.
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