Recent Examples of columnist from the Web
Would a columnist who wrote that be employed the next day?
Writing in CALmatters, longtime California political columnist Dan Walters reports that LA and San Francisco’s economies were about the same size in the 1970s.
A columnist for The Chronicle, the Duke student newspaper, Miller defended the lacrosse players in print, despite nearly universal condemnation of them by others on campus and in the media.
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The other winners were Argentine writer Martín Caparrós, Brazilian filmmaker and columnist Dorrit Harazim and Nick Miroff of the Washington Post.
Shaun King, columnist for the New York Daily News, knows how to fix American representative democracy.
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For political columnist Jonah Goldberg, the phrase has become so enduring that it's created an unrealistic standard of the proof required for a scandal.
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: a person who writes a newspaper or magazine column
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