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Biography of Cinnamon Stillwell

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Cinnamon Stillwell is the West Coast Representative for Campus Watch. Based in San Francisco and a magna cum laude graduate of San Francisco State University, she is a political columnist and blogger who has appeared frequently in area and national media. Ms. Stillwell was a columnist for SFGate.com, the online arm of the San Francisco Chronicle, from 2004 to 2008. She has contributed to a variety of websites and publications, including FrontPage Magazine, The American Thinker, Family Security Matters, Accuracy In Media, Newsbusters, Israel National News, the Jewish Press, J: The Jewish News Weekly of Northern California, and Intellectual Conservative.

Along with appearing on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" and the Bay Area television shows, "Spotlight on the Middle East," "San Francisco/Unscripted," and "ViewFinder: Songs of Hope," she has appeared on over 25 talk radio shows, including National Public Radio, Israel National Radio, the Savage Nation, Lars Larson, and CJOB in Manitoba, Canada.

Her articles and blog posts have been widely linked and referenced in the blogosphere and on the Internet, as well as being reprinted in several books. She was quoted in Bernard Goldberg's book, Crazies To the Left of Me, Wimps To the Right, and referenced several times in Jack Engelhard's The Bathsheba Deadline, for which she wrote the foreword.

She is the founder of the 9/11Neocons, an online discussion group for those who, like herself, went from left to right after 9/11. Her initial column on the subject, "The Making of a 9/11 Republican," has been widely referenced in the genre of political transformation. She was featured in a Psychology Today article on the subject titled, "The "Ideological Animal."

Ms. Stillwell has written on a wide variety of topics, including the political atmosphere in American higher education.

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