Pamela Geller is a blogger who writes for Arutz Sheva and lives in New York City. She has published interviews of prominent conservatives, especially of people critical of Islam, including those of Bat Ye'or and Robert Spencer. She used to be associate publisher of the New York Observer. She recently began hosting the show "Voices of Freedom" on KFNX.
Her blog is named after Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. Geller says Rand is "the greatest philosopher in human history." She said "I read the book in my early 20s when a close friend of mine whom I respected enormously casually mentioned it was her favorite book." Describing her blog, she said "My blog is, and its purpose is, clearly defined by Rand's philosophy."
She has has warned other bloggers to add security to their websites to prevent what she calls "cyber Jihad".
Her ex-husband, an auto czar, was criminally investigated for conducting a million-dollar scam.
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- ^ Edelman, Susan; Brad Hamilton (Jul 15, 2007). ""'Car-Scam' Link Eyed"", New York Post, p. 004.