|Born||November 11, 1954, Seattle, Washington, U.S.|
|Education||University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee (BA)|
|Occupation||Radio talk show host, author|
|Employer||WTMJ (1993–2016), WNYC (2017) The Weekly Standard (2018)|
Political writer and commentator who came into the spotlight as the editor-in-chief of the website The Bulwark. He's also been the editor of Right Wisconsin and the host of a conservative talk show on Milwaukee's WTMJ radio station.
He received his bachelor's degree in English from the School University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 1975.
He's written a number of books, including How the Right Lost Its Mind in 2017.
In the year 2000, he married Janet Riordan. Jay, his father, was a lawyer and journalist, and Katherine, his mother.
He campaigned against US President Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential election, despite being a Republican.
Seattle radio stations. Journalists from Washington (state). Conversion to Roman Catholicism from atheism or agnosticism. Journalists from American newspapers. The folks at MSNBC. Alumni of the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. American radio presenter