A letter to the editor of the NJ’s Courier Post eloquently expresses what observers have long understood:
A member of the opinion class, [Michelle Malkin] makes her living by being perpetually irate.
In her column, she served up her usual dish of half-truths covered with a venemous sauce of sarcasm, ridicule and contempt for those whose ideas differ from hers. Her columns are meant to incite rather than provide insight. Given a pile of bricks, she’d throw them at others rather than build a bridge.
NB — the specific column the reader refers to is listed at the top of the letter; not that it really matters.