Malkin, Stossel, Kudlow, O'Reilly among 18 new Examiner opinion columnists 

Michelle Malkin, Bill O'Reilly, John Stossel, Thomas Sowell, and Larry Kudlow are among 17 new conservative columnists coming to The Washington Examiner in coming weeks as a result of a new agreement between the paper and Creators Syndicate.

Last week, it was announced that Cal Thomas, American's most widely syndicated opinion columnist, has joined the Examiner's stable of top conservative opinion commentators and analysts. Thomas is syndicated by Tribune Media and read in more than 500 daily papers.

In addition to Malkin, O'Reilly, Stossel, Sowell, and Kudlow, the new columnists coming to the Examiner include Linda Chavez, Mona Charen, Pat Buchanan, David Limbaugh, Diane Dimond, Austin Bay, David Harsanyi, Stephen Chapman, R. Emmett Tyrell, Walter Williams, Dennis Prager, Oliver North, and Larry Elder.

Also coming to the Examiner as part of the agreement with Creators are Pulitzer-prize winning cartoonist Michael Ramirez of Investor's Business Daily, and a rich selection of the best conservative cartoonists from around the nation.

The Washington Examiner becomes the exclusive Washington region daily newspaper offering all of these columnists and cartoonists. They were previously published in this area by The Washington Times.

These additions span the spectrum of contemporary conservative thought and include an immense amount of reportorial and analytical talent.

Malkin is the former newspaper investigative reporter who in recent years has become one of America's most widely bloggers. She is also a Fox News analyst and the author of multiple best-sellers, including most recently Culture of Corruption.

"I'm an avid consumer of the hard-hitting, must-read Washington Examiner. It's now a thrill to join the columnist line-up," Malkin said. "The Examiner opinion pages are shaking up the Beltway -- onward, upward, and rightward."

John Stossel is the award-winning investigative journalist who recently joined the Fox Business Network after a long career at ABC News as a reporter and prime-time news magazine host with Barbara Walters. "The Examiner is a rare print media success. I am blissfully excited that they will run my columns," Stossel said.

Kudlow is host of the CNBC show bearing his name and is a long-time columnist with National Review. "I am totally thrilled to be with you. Totally. Wonderful news. Thank you ever so much. I am really honored," Kudlow said.     

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