Laura Ingraham has a new slant on media bias.
The Connecticut-raised conservative commentator and fill-in for Bill O’Reilly debuted a new media start-up Tuesday, LifeZette.
The website is curated with content by Ingraham and other contributors on a host of topics, from Donald Trump’s impact on the Republican brand to plastic surgery in the Heartland, complete with a doctored photo illustration of the iconic “American Gothic.”
Ingaham, 52, who maintained a home in her native Glastonbury up until 2012, has tapped veteran Connecticut political operative Jonathan Conradi as the site’s director of audience engagement. In 2014, Conradi managed the lieutenant governor campaign of Heather Bond Somers, who won a three-way GOP primary and was Tom Foley’s running mate in the general election.