Pj Media:

Pj Media:

Pj Media:

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PJ Media was founded as Pajamas Media in 2004 by Charles Johnson, the blogger behind Little Green Footballs, and screenwriter and producer Roger L. Simon, after Johnson's contribution to the Killian documents controversy investigation in 2004, in which he helped lead to the retraction of a 60 Minutes story critical of President George W. Bush's service in the Air National Guard and Dan Rather's resignation from CBS News. Johnson and Simon set out to challenge the mainstream media with a network of citizen-journalists. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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I have been a subscriber to Pajamas TV since August 2009, so I was pleased to find a Kindle version of the Pajamas Media blog. Yes, all the content of this blog is available for free on the Internet at pajamasmedia.com, but I prefer reading the best of the blogs on my Kindle rather than my phone. I also don't mind pitching in a buck a month to help out a great alternative to the poor editorial/commentary available in most newspapers and other blog sites. (Source: www.amazon.com)

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Since its inception in 2005, PJ Media has been focused on the news from a center-right perspective– from the insightful commentary provided by our all-star lineup of columnists to our writers’ quick takes on breaking news and trending stories. The media company’s founders — Academy Award nominee Roger L. Simon, Charles Johnson (Little Green Footballs) and Glenn Reynolds (Instapundit) — brought together a tightly knit band of bloggers into an integrated website that has evolved into a reliable source for original, unique, and cutting-edge political news and analysis. In March 2019, PJ Media was acquired by Salem Media Group and became part of the Townhall Media family. It is also home to Instapundit.com. (Source: salemmedia.com)


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