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2000-Present Associate Editor, FrontPageMagazine.com, Los Angeles, CA

· Wrote and published original articles on topics of current interest
· Wrote headlines and introductions for stories appearing on the site
· Edited in-house copy for factual accuracy and verbal felicity
· Performed research for in-house columnists

Reference: Richard Poe, Editor, poe@frontpagemagazine.com or David Horowitz, Editor-in-Chief, (310) 843-3699

2000-Present Freelance Researcher and Copy Editor, Los Angeles, CA

· Provided research assistance for Richard Poe’s Seven Myths of Gun Control
· Researched and proofread David Horowitz’s Uncivil Wars
· Contributing Editor to the Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s Guide to Choosing the Right College
· Contributor, Encyclopedia of American Conservatism (to be published by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute in 2003)

1999 Editorial Intern, Insight Magazine, Washington, DC

· Edited copy for grammar and spelling mistakes
· Solicited and edited essays for the magazine’s Symposium (point-counterpoint) section
· Published articles in four of the nine issues that went to press during the internship

Reference: Doug Burton, Associate Editor. (202) 636-8836 or burton@twtmail.com.

1998 Intern, United States Senate, Washington, DC

· Researched pending legislation and members' policy positions
· Wrote responses to constituent mail
· Served as a liaison to visitors of the Capitol Building
· Performed day-to-day office tasks such as answering phones and photocopying documents

Reference: E. Langley Kivitte, Special Assistant to Sen. Jesse Helms. (202) 224-6342 or langley_kivitte@helms.senate.gov

1996-1999 Publisher, Carolina Review, Chapel Hill, NC

· Managed the production of a monthly magazine with a readership of 10,000 UNC students and faculty
· Raised funds to cover production costs for the publication
· Frequently contributed full-length articles, editorials, and other written material
· Organized lectures on political topics of current interest

Reference: Bill Heeden, Publisher Emeritus. WilliamHeeden@aol.com

1997-1998 Research Assistant, UNC School of Journalism, Chapel Hill, NC

· Read and analyzed US Spanish language newspapers for a faculty-supervised research project studying the content of health, crime, immigration, and education stories in these publications
· Coded results and tested the reliability of other researchers’ findings

Reference: Dr. Lucila Vargas, Assistant Professor of Journalism, UNC-Chapel Hill. (919) 962-2366 or lcvargas@email.unc.edu.


1996-1999 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: BA in Political Science with a minor in history.
1998 The Fund for American Studies: Institute for Political Journalism at Georgetown University
1998 Honors Fellow, The Intercollegiate Studies Institute
2001 Foreign Correspondent’s Course, The Collegiate Network, Prague, Czech Republic


· Computer skills: MS Office 2000 (Word, Excel, and Power Point), Word Perfect, and Aldus Pagemaker; Lexis-Nexis, and Westmate Applications
· Language skills: Fluent Spanish; I’m also proficient in conversational German, and in written Latin.


USPS: 527 South Hobart # 406, Los Angeles, Calif. 90020
Voice Mail/Fax: 1-877-396-0131
E-mail: scott@cspc.org
Internet: http://www.scottrubush.com
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