For Immediate Release
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Colorado Springs, Col., March 9 – Michelle Malkin, owner and founder of new Internet start-up TWITCHY.COM, issued the following statement:
“As a small business owner, defender of capitalism, and advocate of free speech, I am putting my money where my conservative, free-market principles are. TWITCHY.COM is proud to join companies across the country that advertise with talk show giant Rush Limbaugh and his Excellence In Broadcasting network. Today, we will begin running ads on the RushLimbaugh.com website.
“Double standards and feigned outrage about Rush’s comments fit a decades-old pattern of liberal attempts to shut down his show and silence his voice. President Obama himself explicitly attacked Rush in 2009 at the very start of his presidency. But Limbaugh not only has survived countless protests, boycotts, media smears and political attempts to kick him off the airwaves. He has emerged each time with a higher profile, greater influence, and a strengthened hand.
“Our business is fledgling and the ad revenue we generate may be small, but we are grateful for the opportunity to reach Rush’s massive audience – and to show our support for his work.”
TWITCHY.COM is a ground-breaking Twitter curation site powered by a kinetic staff of social media junkies. TWITCHY.COM mines Twitter to bring you ‘who said what’ in U.S. politics, global news, sports, entertainment, media, and breaking news 24/7.
About Michelle Malkin
Michelle Malkin, owner and founder of Twitchy LLC, is a newspaper columnist in her 20th year of national syndication with Creators Syndicate, author of four best-selling books, Fox News Contributor, and longtime blogger. HP Labs’ Social Computing Lab ranked Malkin’s Twitter feed (@michellemalkin) as one of the “most influential” in the Twitterverse. The liberal-leaning web site Mediaite ranks Malkin one of the most influential conservative print/online columnists in the U.S. The conservative-leaning U.K. Telegraph ranked Malkin the third-most influential female conservative in the U.S. Internet search company PeekYou determined that Malkin had the largest digital footprint on the Internet among political bloggers.