Bonnie Erbé

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Bonnie Erbé (born April 2, 1954)[1] is an American journalist and television host based in the Washington, D.C. area who has covered national politics since 1975. She attended Barnard College, where she received her bachelor's degree. She later received her MSJ from Columbia University School of Journalism and her J.D. from Georgetown University cum laude.

Erbé created and hosts PBS's weekly news analysis program, To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbé which deals primarily (but not exclusively) on women's issues.

She is a contributing editor at, the website of U.S. News & World Report, where she writes for the Thomas Jefferson Street blog[2] and also writes a syndicated newspaper column for the Scripps Howard News Service.[3] She is on the National Board of Advisors of the Federation for American Immigration Reform.[4]


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