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John Podhoretz

John Podhoretz is a columnist for the New York Post, where he formerly served as editorial-page editor and television critic. He is also a political commentator for the Fox News Channel and a consultant on NBC’s The West Wing. A co-founder and deputy editor of the Weekly Standard, he has worked at U.S News & World Report, Time, and The Washington Times, and was a speechwriter for President Reagan. His first book, Hell of a Ride, was a scathing portrait of the first Bush presidency.
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