We have conservative talkradio, internet sites, and blogs. They will be working really, really hard, plus the tea party movement.
In my opinion that strength is, in actuality, a weakness. The vast majority, if not all, of the Conservative movements primary modes of communication are totally inward looking. Closed loop systems that, for lack of a better term, preach to the choir. It makes for quite strong conservatives, but it achieves diminishing returns quickly, and more importantly doesn't add numbers quick enough. FR, talk radio, etc are great, but they are a greenhouse. New growth doesn't come quickly.
This is one area the Liberals have done extremely well. Exceedingly well. Their mode of communication is external as opposed to our internal. They control the media, and more importantly entertainment. That is far more important than news or some guy talking on the radio. This allows them to drip drip liberal leaning precepts, and this is why an issue like homosexuality went from being looked down on in the early 90s to generally accepted by most people below 35 in 2005. Drip drip in tv and movie programming. The 2nd amendment? Give them 15'years of drip drip and even that will change.
I'm not saying that we should leave talk radio. No, we should GROW it - and not just radio. Conservatism needs to take a more pro active stance, and to sell itself to people who are NOT conservatives. That is however much harder than nodding heads in tandem at what Rush said, thus I expect no movement.
Which unfortunately is tantamount to the last 50 die hard fans of Dungeons and Dragons physical boardgames. Yes, those 50 are the absolute best in D&D board games, but unfortunately everyone else moved to videogames.
The Tea Party has great opportunity to sell themselves to the general public, but I believe they will simply sit in a circle and pump each other up ...while the Libs gain control over the next generation of minds through their outward looking media/entertainment approach. This is why the Libs have people like Rachel Maddow to give semi-serious Lib propaganda to those in the early 30s, and they has entertainment to take care of everyone younger. Who do we have? Rush and O'Reilly (and I jest on Bill).