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    Michelle Malkin

    Michelle Malkin is a mother, wife, blogger, conservative syndicated columnist, longtime cable TV news commentator, and bestselling author of seven books. She started her newspaper journalism career at the Los Angeles Daily News in 1992, moved to the Seattle Times in 1995, and has been penning nationally syndicated newspaper columns for Creators Syndicate since 1999.

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  • Fists of Furry

    Fists of Furry2

    Don’t believe the pervert media. Reuters, NBC News, entertainer John Oliver and Denver 9News zealot Kyle Clark all want you to believe that parents nationwide are simply imagining an infestation of “furries” (children dressing up and identifying as animals) in their public schools. The gaslighting campaign is so toxically incandescent that you can see the

  • In Support of a Young America First Scapegoat

    In Support of a Young America First Scapegoat3

    Next week, a young college student will face a federal judge in Washington, D.C., at a sentencing hearing over his nonviolent participation in the Jan. 6 Capitol rally. UCLA undergrad Christian Secor was arrested last February and spent more than a month in solitary confinement. Think about that. Unlike the weekly parade of repeat violent

  • Exposing the Woke School Counselor Cabal

    Exposing the Woke School Counselor Cabal7

    Back in the day, guidance counselors were those helpful (but not unduly intrusive) high school officials who dispensed vocational and career advice, reminded you of college application deadlines, and made sure your transcripts and letters of recommendations got where they needed to go. But like so much else in the 1960s and 1970s, traditional roles

  • Beware of Big Bathroom Brother

    Beware of Big Bathroom Brother2

    Nine years ago, I warned readers about “eyelock biometric readers” adopted by Florida schools to track them on buses. Under the guise of fighting guns and vaping, countless schools this year are now installing surveillance sensors in bathrooms that can spy and record students’ alleged “aggression” and red-flag “spoken key words.” Eight years ago, I


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