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Veteran conservative columnist Don Feder returns to the fray | Don Feder -- for 19 years a Boston Herald writer and syndicated columnist -- has launched a website

Since leaving the Herald on July 1 (after writing over 2,100 columns), Feder has been besieged by readers asking how they can continue to get his insights on political and cultural trends. Hence, (also known as "Don Feder's Cold Steel Caucus Report").

Besides writing for the Herald and over 40 other publications for almost two decades, Feder is the author of two books, "A Jewish Conservative Looks At Pagan America," and "Who's Afraid of The Religious Right?" He's also written for such conservative periodicals as Human Events, National Review, The Weekly Standard and American Enterprise magazine.

Feder has addressed conferences or forums of The Heritage Foundation, Concerned Women for America, The Christian Coalition, National Right to Life, CPAC, College Republicans, Family Research Council, The Hoover Institution, the Council for National Policy, Young America's Foundation, Accuracy In Academia, Toward Tradition and the Rabbinical Council of America.

He's appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows, including: "ABC Nightly News," "Focus on the Family," "The 700 Club," "Politically Incorrect," "Hannity and Colmes," "Beverly LaHaye Live" and Jerry Falwell's "Listen America."

Prior to writing a column, Feder was (in chronological order) a leader of Young Americans for Freedom during the 1960s, a practicing attorney, executive director of Citizens for Limited Taxation (which spearheaded the tax revolt in Massachusetts) and executive director of the Second Amendment Foundation.

He intends to use to promulgate the same unapologetically conservative views that caused the Herald to be picketed by postal workers. Puerto Ricans and homosexuals. Right-to-lifers, gun owners, patriots, Constitutionalists, immigration-reform advocates and those who subscribe to a Judeo-Christian worldview are invited to visit The first two postings are "How To Be A Patriot: 11 Things You Can Do For America" and 'A Time For Truth: 9/11 And Islam."

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