Michael Kinsley Bio, Age, Wife, Slate, Parkinson’s, Crossfire, and Net worth.

Michael Kinsley Biography

Michael Kinsley is an American political journalist and commentator. He is active in print media as both a writer and editor. He became known to television audiences as a co-host on Crossfire.

A well-renowned participant in the mainstream media’s development of online content.

Michael Kinsley Age

He was born on March 9, 1951, in Detroit Michigan.

Michael Kinsley Wife

In 2002 he married Patricia Q. Stonesifer, a longtime top executive at Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Michael Kinsley Articles

Some of his articles include:

He accused The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN and other establishment media outlets of being “brazenly, laughingly hostile to Mr. Trump.”

It may be clever for Donald Trump to have figured out “the direct connection to the people,” but if his “brain dump” is primarily screeds of vengeance and bullying, the effect is harmful to people and to the perception of America in the world.

Michael Kinsley Crossfire

He appeared on  CNN’s Crossfire, co-hosting with conservative Pat Buchanan from 1989-1995. He combined a dry wit with nerdy demeanor and analytical skills, when he represented the liberal position in the televised political debates.

On the first episode of the TV sitcom Women of the House, he made a cameo in which the show’s main character, Suzanne Sugarbaker, was a guest on Crossfire. He appeared in three movies: Rising Sun (1993), Dave (1993), and The Birdcage (1996) during the 1990s.

In 1995 he left Crossfire and returned to his editorial roots, relocating to Seattle where he became the founding editor of Microsoft’s online journal, Slate.

Michael Kinsley Slate

He was the Founding Editor of Slate, one of the first on-line magazines. For his great work at Slate he was named Editor of the Year by the Columbia Journalism Review in 1999. In 2002, he stepped down from Slate shortly after disclosing that he had Parkinson’s disease.

Michael Kinsley Parkinson’s

At the age of 43 years he learned he had Parkinson’s disease. At the age of 50 he announced that fact to the world. Parkinson’s is a slow disease.

Early career

He began working at The New Republic while still a third-year law student. He finished his Harvard Juris doctor through courses at the evening program at The George Washington University Law School.

For most of the 1980s and 1990s, he became editor of The New Republic and wrote the magazine’s TRB column . That column was reprinted in a variety of newspaper op-ed pages, including the Washington Post. That made his reputation as a leading political commentator. In 1986, he shared Gerald Loeb Award for commentary.

He served as managing editor of Washington Monthly while still in school in the mid-1970s, besides he also worked as an editor at Harper’s in the early 1980s , and he held a short-term honorary position as an American editor of The Economist.

Michael Kinsley
Michael Kinsley

Michael Kinsley Net worth

His estimated net worth is under review.

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