Ridgewood, New Jersey
Daniel Henninger is an American journalist. He serves as the Deputy Editorial Page Director of and a The Wall Street Journal Fox News contributor.
Biography [ edit ]
Early life [ edit ]
Daniel Henninger was born in
Cleveland. He is a graduate of [1 ] Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
He serves as the Deputy Editorial Page Director of the
and a Wall Street Journal Fox News contributor. He also writes a column named "Wonder Land" which appears every Thursday. [2 ] [3 ] In the 1980s he wrote most of the [4 ] Journal's editorials on drug regulation. He is a frequent guest on the Saturday [5 ] Fox News show in which he discusses current issues with fellow editorial page writers and guests. (A transcript of the discussion appears on Journal Editorial Report OpinionJournal.com the following Monday.)
He won the George Loeb Award for commentary in 1985, the 1995
American Society of Newspaper Editors' Distinguished Writing Award for editorial writing and the 1997 National Journalism Award for editorial writing. He shared in the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting.
Personal life [ edit ]
He is also a one-time resident of
Ridgewood, New Jersey. [6 ]
References [ edit ]
^ The Wall Street Journal Online – Daniel Henninger Biography
^ Henninger, Daniel. "Henninger: Clinging to Guns – and Abortion – WSJ.com". Online.wsj.com . Retrieved . April 18, 2013
^ Henninger, Daniel (October 19, 2012). "Henninger: The Un-President – WSJ.com". Online.wsj.com . Retrieved . April 18, 2013
^ The Wall Street Journal http://online.wsj.com/public/search?article-doc-type=%7BWonder+Land%7D&HEADER_TEXT=wonder+land.
^ Henninger, Daniel (2002). "Drug Lag". In David R. Henderson (ed.). (1st ed.). Concise Encyclopedia of Economics Library of Economics and Liberty. OCLC 317650570, 50016270 and 163149563
^ "Don't Panic: The case against fleeing Iraq. Plus New Jersey's Senate race and more.", The Wall Street Journal OpinionJournal.com, October 30, 2006. Accessed September 26, 2007. "Henninger: ... I used to live in Ridgewood, N.J., a town of about 35,000 people."
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