Powerline blog is an American conservative and right-leaning political blog. Powerline blog was founded in May 2002. The three lawyers namely John H. Hinderaker, Scott W. Johnson, and Paul Mirengoff were originally written the post for this blog. The blog is published by Publir LLC, founded by Joseph Malchow.
The blog is recognition for its role in covering the Killian documents story that aired during the 2004 Presidential campaign about forged documents relating to President George W. Bush’s term of service in the Texas Air National Guard.
In 2004, Powerline blog was named Time magazine’s first-ever “Blog of the Year”. When AOL added blogs to their news website in 2007, Power Line was one of the five blogs included. A 2007 memo from the National Republican Senatorial Committee described Power Line as one of the five best-read national conservative blogs. This blog is very popular in America.
The main contributors to PowerLine blog are John H. Hinderaker, Scott W. Johnson, Paul Mirengoff, Steven F. Hayward and Joe Malchow. Susan Vass, writing under the name “Ammo Grrrll”, contributes a humor column to the blog every Friday. In 2007, Forbes recognised Hinderaker as the 19th “biggest and brightest star on the web” on the strength of Powerline’s work on Rathergate as per research by WIKI.
Power Line was very popular and recognition during the 2004 Killian documents controversy relating to a CBS report on George W. Bush’s service in the Texas Air National Guard. The post entitled “The Sixty-First Minute”; Powerline is credited with helping break the story. The blogs and their readers questioned the authenticity of the documents, presenting hints of supposed forgery. In the world, Power line is strong documents of story what they published so it is so popular. The blog is powerful to share message. Powerline is one of the such blog that we follow now.