PJ Media

Welcome to the New PJMedia.com

We’ve been working behind the scenes for the past few months preparing for this day. But it’s more than just a refreshed website that we are excited about.

Over the past 10 years, PJ Media – formerly Pajamas Media – has grown from a band of bloggers to a valuable resource of original, unique and insightful news and commentary. Along the way, we’ve faced hurdles and setbacks, as every company does. But we’ve continued to experiment and improve throughout the years.

Our enhanced website represents the next step in our journey. The site’s clean design, ease-of-use on mobile devices, and better-than-ever organization are just a few of the enhancements that we hope will make the PJ Media experience even better. You can read more about the specific features, including the changes we’ve made to our commenting system, here.

While we’re all thrilled with the way the site looks and works, the most important change is the expansion of our content focus. We have been and will continue to be a reliable source for original, unique, and cutting-edge political news and analysis. Now, you can also look forward to content about parenting and lifestyle from us.

Our parenting content is led by PJ Media Supervising Editor Paula Bolyard. She brings the right mixture of experience and passion, and the perspective she has as a mother will help guide the content to become a valuable resource for parents who are trying to raise their kids in times of exciting technological progress while navigating the cultural changes in a very confusing and uncertain world. Our parenting contributors will focus on providing their own tips and stories as well as commentary on current news events that impact American families.

Our lifestyle content will be driven by names you’ve come to love and trust, including James Carafano, Mark Rippetoe, Ed Driscoll, Walter Hudson, Chris Queen, and Susan Goldberg, along with new contributors. We’ll cover everything from the latest in movies, music and books, to happenings that impact our culture.

Why did we decide upon politics, parenting, and lifestyle? That’s easy: These are the three main areas that will have the largest impact on future generations. As a company, we’ve always felt a special connection to the values that make America special, as well as a dedication to keeping America great for our children and our children’s children. This expanded content focus is a natural evolution for us.

We hope you enjoy the new website, and the fresh content that comes with it. Please leave us a comment below and let us know what you think.