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By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,Sun reporter | March 9, 2008
The shingle-style house straddles a hillside, its windows offering sunny views in three directions. Games, books and DVDs topple from living-room shelves. In the kitchen, a young mom helps her 7-year-old daughter feed fabric through a sewing machine. The place seems more all-American home than hideout, but fewer than 20 people know that Michelle Malkin, mother of two young children, loyal wife of 15 years -- oh, and scourge and sometime nightmare of liberals in her newspaper columns, TV spots, books and writings on the Web -- moved to this place in the Baltimore area a year and a half ago. If you're seeking a living symbol of America's rancorous political divide, look no further than Malkin, one of the most popular and provocative voices on the modern right.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2012
Honestly, I have been thinking about this segment on Sean Hannity's Wednesday night show for the last 24 hours trying to figure out if it a great cable news segment or the embodiment of so much of what is wrong with prime-time cable news TV. I am not being disingenuous when I ask readers to tell me what you think. I know one thing, while I disagree on a million matters with Malkin, if I was a programmer trying to get ratings for my cable news channel, she is one of the first people I would try to hire.
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By TROY MCCULLOUGH | February 19, 2006
It took nearly 20 hours for the vice president to notify the world that he had accidentally shot a member of his hunting party in Texas. But it took only minutes for the world to pounce. Dick Cheney's hunting saga has all the key ingredients for an online circus. There was just no way that Internet denizens would let this one slide quietly by. DailyKos.com called the incident "a perfect metaphor for this administration's foreign and domestic policy. It says everything you need to know about Dick Cheney personally, and the way this entire administration operates."
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By ANDREW RATNER and ANDREW RATNER,andrew.ratner@baltsun.com | November 11, 2008
Will President-elect Barack Obama do for right-wing bloggers what President Bill Clinton did for political talk radio? The last time a Democrat was in the White House, the Internet was just a glimmer of its present self. (The network famously locked up when users tried all at once to download the special prosecutor's report against Clinton in 1998.) Blogs came of age with President Bush, whose mistakes provided ample nourishment for liberal bloggers to grow into some of the most authoritative names in the blogosphere.
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By ANDREW RATNER and ANDREW RATNER,andrew.ratner@baltsun.com | November 11, 2008
Will President-elect Barack Obama do for right-wing bloggers what President Bill Clinton did for political talk radio? The last time a Democrat was in the White House, the Internet was just a glimmer of its present self. (The network famously locked up when users tried all at once to download the special prosecutor's report against Clinton in 1998.) Blogs came of age with President Bush, whose mistakes provided ample nourishment for liberal bloggers to grow into some of the most authoritative names in the blogosphere.
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June 4, 2008
The blogosphere is lighting up with reaction - most of it negative - to Baltimore's proposal to ban single sales of little cigars, which are favored by young smokers and are often mixed with illegal drugs by users. A sampling of the commentary: "Since all tobacco products are already illegal for anyone under the age of 18, the ban is simply an elitist attempt to target cheap cigars that are mostly smoked by young inner-city adults (who city officials seem to think are too stupid to be able to decide whether to smoke cigars)
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By Troy mcCullough and Troy mcCullough,Sun Columnist | December 31, 2006
This could be the year we finally quit talking about blogs. Amid the continued popularity of the phenomenon, there are mounting signs that blogging is fast reaching its saturation point. Blog watcher Technorati was tracking 57 million blogs at the end of October, adding about 100,000 new blogs to its list each day. No one expects that pace to hold, and technology analyst Gartner Inc. believes that this will be the year that blogging peaks. In a report released a few weeks ago, the firm predicted that blogging will level off in the first half of 2007 at about 100 million bloggers.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2012
Honestly, I have been thinking about this segment on Sean Hannity's Wednesday night show for the last 24 hours trying to figure out if it a great cable news segment or the embodiment of so much of what is wrong with prime-time cable news TV. I am not being disingenuous when I ask readers to tell me what you think. I know one thing, while I disagree on a million matters with Malkin, if I was a programmer trying to get ratings for my cable news channel, she is one of the first people I would try to hire.
NEWS
September 27, 2010
So Susan Reimer cringes about Christine O'Donnell and Sarah Palin and their loopy belief system ("Please, no more flaky female candidates," Sept. 27). Well, I think that the majority of women in this country are conservative and share the moral beliefs that they espouse. She is quick to look into every aspect of their lives and take every word they utter and make a mountain out of them. When did she or the Sunpapers ever dig into the backgrounds of a liberal or Democratic candidate?
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March 12, 2007
Everybody knows Ann Coulter's routine. She's less a conservative pundit than a professional provocateur, a rhetorical bomb-thrower who flourishes because she's adept at deploying catty remarks and stylized obnoxiousness for right-wing fun and profit. Last week - and not for the first time - Ms. Coulter went too far, calling Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards a "faggot." She delivered this insult not at a fraternity kegger but to the Conservative Political Action Conference, one of the most influential conservative gatherings of the year.
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June 4, 2008
The blogosphere is lighting up with reaction - most of it negative - to Baltimore's proposal to ban single sales of little cigars, which are favored by young smokers and are often mixed with illegal drugs by users. A sampling of the commentary: "Since all tobacco products are already illegal for anyone under the age of 18, the ban is simply an elitist attempt to target cheap cigars that are mostly smoked by young inner-city adults (who city officials seem to think are too stupid to be able to decide whether to smoke cigars)
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By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,Sun reporter | March 9, 2008
The shingle-style house straddles a hillside, its windows offering sunny views in three directions. Games, books and DVDs topple from living-room shelves. In the kitchen, a young mom helps her 7-year-old daughter feed fabric through a sewing machine. The place seems more all-American home than hideout, but fewer than 20 people know that Michelle Malkin, mother of two young children, loyal wife of 15 years -- oh, and scourge and sometime nightmare of liberals in her newspaper columns, TV spots, books and writings on the Web -- moved to this place in the Baltimore area a year and a half ago. If you're seeking a living symbol of America's rancorous political divide, look no further than Malkin, one of the most popular and provocative voices on the modern right.
NEWS
By Troy mcCullough and Troy mcCullough,Sun Columnist | December 31, 2006
This could be the year we finally quit talking about blogs. Amid the continued popularity of the phenomenon, there are mounting signs that blogging is fast reaching its saturation point. Blog watcher Technorati was tracking 57 million blogs at the end of October, adding about 100,000 new blogs to its list each day. No one expects that pace to hold, and technology analyst Gartner Inc. believes that this will be the year that blogging peaks. In a report released a few weeks ago, the firm predicted that blogging will level off in the first half of 2007 at about 100 million bloggers.
NEWS
By TROY MCCULLOUGH | February 19, 2006
It took nearly 20 hours for the vice president to notify the world that he had accidentally shot a member of his hunting party in Texas. But it took only minutes for the world to pounce. Dick Cheney's hunting saga has all the key ingredients for an online circus. There was just no way that Internet denizens would let this one slide quietly by. DailyKos.com called the incident "a perfect metaphor for this administration's foreign and domestic policy. It says everything you need to know about Dick Cheney personally, and the way this entire administration operates."
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | March 31, 2010
Is it possible left and right, and even the middle, agree that the Westboro bigots and hate-mongers are appalling and that the father of the slain Marine whose funeral they picketed should not have to pay any part of the head bigot-and-hate-monger's legal bill? Do we all agree? Can we all just get along? You'll have to excuse my skepticism. Didn't we just come out of a national "debate" over health insurance for all Americans, with various tea-baggers and other overwrought "patriots," some of them armed, presenting images of Barack Obama as Hitler?
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