Katie is Assistant Editor of Townhall.com and currently blogs at http://katiefavazza.townhall.com.
She recently graduated from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, where she was an English major and the editor-in-chief of an independent, conservative student newspaper.
Katie joins Townhall.com full-time after successfully coming up through their farm system, having completed three separate editorial and sales internships with the site. She was previously an editorial intern for Regnery Publishing, an Eagle Publishing company, where she edited conservative nonfiction.
She is originally from St. Louis, Missouri and currently lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
One new study suggests there’s no need to fuss—that America’s happy, family-focused youth could usher in a renewed commitment to conservative values. Other research states outright that “the era of conservative values…is coming to a close.” Which is it?
Townhall.com’s gold partner Freedom Alliance is sponsoring the 2007 Hannity Freedom Concerts all across America this summer. Greg Stamps, a native Texan and a longtime member of the Townhall.com team, represented Townhall at the August 14 concert in Texas.
The Townhall.com community—including nationally-recognized radio hosts, columnists, and bloggers, readers who maintain their own blogs, and our conservative partner groups—regularly examines the need for strengthened core principles, and this week was no exception.
Among Townhall reader blogs, immediate responses to the midterm election and aftermath varied. Some sat down and cried and some joked about developing an anxiety disorder, but even those who cast their first ever Republican ballot in a general election are not totally disheartened. Townhall readers are ready to get to work.