- Member of the Editorial Board at the Wall Street Journal
- Pro to the question "Should Social Security Be Privatized?"
“[T]hose who think the recent halving of America’s 401(k)s proves the unwisdom of such [private savings] reforms should think again. Today’s workers should be so lucky to get a realistic picture of what Social Security and Medicare might pay when they retire. In contrast, their mutual-fund statements are a model of transparent honesty about current expectations of future earnings of American business.”
“Can Obama Make Government Solvent?,” online.wsj.com, Jan. 21, 2009
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- Involvement and Affiliations:
- Member, Editorial Board, Wall Street Journal, 1995-present
- Writes editorials and weekly “Business World” column for the Wall Street Journal
- Recipient, Gerald Loeb Award, 1997
- Editor, Editorial Page, Asian Wall Street Journal, 1994-1995
- Writer, Editorial Page, Wall Street Journal, 1992-1994
- Journalism Fellow, University of Michigan, 1991
- MS, Journalism, Northwestern University
- BS, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
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- Pro & Con Quotes: Should Social Security Be Privatized?