Michelle Malkin is a best-selling author, syndicated columnist and television news commentator. But she always knew, I suspect, that it’s bloggers who have the most fun. So she’s started her own blog. Although she describes herself as an “ink-stained wretch,” Michelle is the most net-savvy of the major pundits. And she’s never been one to back off from controversy, to put it mildly. So her blog should be good.
I also like this description of her early career in the site’s “About” section:
I began my career in newspaper journalism more than a decade ago as an editorial writer and columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News (1992-94). Covered school board meetings and pole sign ordinances. Exposed Rep. Maxine Waters’ gang-infested job-training center boondoggle. Received a death threat from the Mexican mafia. Moved to the Pacific Northwest and worked at the Seattle Times from 1996 to 1999. Wrote editorials supporting a repeal of the death tax. Opposed editorial board on everything else. Exposed Gov. Gary Locke’s Buddhist temple cash connections. Opposed publisher and supported successful campaign to abolish race-based affirmative action in government hiring, contracting, and college admissions. Quit job and moved to Washington, D.C.
The rest is history. Check out Michelle’s new blog.