Rick Santorum writing column for World Net Daily

Former Pennsylvania senator and Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum speaks at a Lincoln Day dinner in March in Lima, Ohio. (Eric Gay/AP)

Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum will write a weekly column for World Net Daily, the Web site announced Sunday.

Santorum joins conservatives Pamela Geller, Barbara Simpson, Chuck Norris and World Net publisher Joseph Farah, on the commentary roster for the conspiracy-minded conservative Web site. 

Santorum's column will appear on Mondays. His first one is up now, opposing the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, which is slated for a vote in the Senate on Tuesday.

Known for propagating "birtherism," WND has also questioned Florida Sen. Marco Rubio's eligibility to run for president.

The former Pennsylvania senator has said he's "open to" running for president again in 2016. 

Natalie Jennings is a Web producer for PostTV.

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