Self-admiration begins at home

Soundbitten has discovered one of the greatest self-aggrandizing columnist biographies ever:

Judson Cox is a political columnist from the mountains of North Carolina. He is quickly gaining recognition as one of the most popular and influential voices of his generation. As a college student, and a young entrepreneur, he has a unique perspective on matters of politics, economics and culture.

His fiercely independent style and pugilistic wit make for a column that is always entertaining, often inspiring and frequently 'laugh out loud' funny. With a humor akin to P.J. O'Rourke and Dave Barry, and a plain spoken southern wisdom that matches Charlie Daniels, his confrontational style lies somewhere between Ann Coulter and Merle Haggard.

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