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Christine 'I'm not a witch' O'Donnell joins the Washington Times

Christine 'I'm not a witch' O'Donnell joins the Washington Times

Forgive the headline of this post, which was tailored to benefit the people who may have forgotten who former U.S. Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is.

O'Donnell is joining the Washington Times as a radio contributor and weekly columnist, according to a release.

"I’m honored to be joining the Washington Times team and to be a part of a vibrant, growing force in the media,” O’Donnell said. “My hope is to serve as a bridge between the ever changing confusing world of politics and the everyday American."

O'Donnell famously ran for the U.S. Senate as a Tea Party Republican out of Delaware in 2010, ultimately losing the election.

The Times, which has never been in a financially ideal position since the paper was founded in 1982, is in the midst of an aggressive expansion of its talent. It recently announced that former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and conservative radio talker Rusty Humphries would be joining as contributors as well.

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