April 12, 2013
April 10, 2013
A leading political columnist, Margaret Carlson offers insightful and incisive commentary on the Washington political scene, presenting an overview of the current state of public affairs, the media and public policy. With an eye to the future, Carlson evaluates the Obama Administration, Congress and what today's news out of Washington means for America's future.
A sought-after and experienced columnist and commentator, Margaret Carlson is one of the most astute political observers of the age.
Margaret Carlson has forged a career calling it how she sees it, having penned a popular column for TIME magazine—Public Eye—for over a decade and commented on the political news of the day for FOX News and MSNBC. Her spirited writing as the chief political correspondent for Bloomberg News and the Washington editor of The Week, along with her 15 years of experience as a regular panelist on CNN's The Capital Gang, have made her one of the most recognized and respected political journalist voices today. She brings Washington alive and its accompanying political culture for audiences across the country. Carlson is author of Anyone Can Grow Up: How George Bush and I Made It To the White House, in which she expands on her writings about presidents, politics, morals, children, family and life lessons.