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  1. William James O'Reilly Jr. [1] (born September 10, 1949) is an American conservative commentator, [2] [3] journalist, author, and television host. O'Reilly's broadcasting career began during the late 1970s and 1980s, when reported for local television stations in the United States and later for CBS News and ABC News.

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    • William James O'Reilly Jr., September 10, 1949 (age 72), New York City, New York, U.S.
  2. The following list is made up of prominent American conservatives from the public and private sectors. The list also includes political parties, organizations and media outlets which have made a notable impact on conservatism in the United States. Entries on the list must have achieved notability after 1932, the beginning of the Fifth Party ...

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  5. Kennedy (commentator) - Wikipedia Kennedy (commentator) Lisa Kennedy Montgomery (born September 8, 1972), [1] referred to mononymously as Kennedy, is an American libertarian political commentator, radio personality, author, and former MTV VJ. As of January 2015, she is the host of Kennedy on the Fox Business Network.

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    President Theodore Roosevelt(1858–1919), Republican president from 1901 to 1909 and 1912 Progressive Party presidential nominee
    President Woodrow Wilson(1856–1924), Democratic president from 1913 to 1921
    Governor and Senator Robert M. La Follettefrom Wisconsin (1855–1925), Republican and Progressive (1924 presidential nominee)
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    Justice John Marshall Harlan(1833-1911)
    Justice Louis Brandeis(1856–1941)
    Chief Justice Earl Warren(1891–1974)
    Justice William O. Douglas(1898–1980)
    Samuel Gompers (1850–1924), labor leader, founder and first president of the American Federation of Labor
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    William Monroe Trotter (1872–1934), civil rights leader and founder of the Boston Guardian
  6. Peter Beinart (1971–), columnist, journalist, and political commentator [11] John Berman (1972–), CNN [12] Bonnie Bernstein (1970–), sports journalist [13] Carl Bernstein (1944–), investigative reporter for The Washington Post, uncovered Watergate with Bob Woodward [14] Nadia Bilchik, CNN [15] [16]

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