Meghan Clyne

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Meghan Clyne is a writer in Washington, D.C., with pieces having appeared in The Weekly Standard, the New York Sun ('05-'06 [1]), and the National Review. She has served as a speechwriter for both First Lady Laura Bush and President George W. Bush. She was listed as associate editor at NR in 2004.[2]

In February 2009, Clyne addressed the restructuring of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships in the Obama White House, as well as the membership of the council established to guide the office's work. A piece on the subject appeared in The Weekly Standard.[3]

In her most frequently cited article,[4] Clyne criticized President Obama's choice of Yale Law School dean Harold Koh as the top legal officer of the United States Department of State.

Clyne graduated in the Class of 2003 at Yale University and wrote for the Yale Daily News.[5] In her closing "Senior Perspective" column for the student paper, she wrote "I wrote my first column because I was enraged by the lack of patriotism displayed at Yale in the wake of Sept. 11."[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Meghan Clyne - Archive" New York Sun. Retrieved 2-18-09.
  2. ^ "A Fitting Choice: Conservative policies remade New York — into the perfect GOP convention city" by Meghan Clyne, National Review, Sept. 02, 2004, 7:39 a.m. Retrieved 2-18-09.
  3. ^ "Remember Rev. Wright? A colleague of his has just been added to the roster of the Obama administration" by Meghan Clyne, The Weekly Standard, February 23, 2009, Vol. 14, Issue 22. Retrieved 2-18-09.
  4. ^ "Obama's Most Perilous Legal Pick"
  5. ^ "Articles By Meghan Clyne" Yale Daily News 10-11-01 to 4-30-03. Retrieved 2-18-09.
  6. ^ "Senior Perspective: Meghan Clyne" Yale Daily News, April 30, 2003. Retrieved 2-18-09.