Speakers Bureau: Deroy Murdock
New York commentator Deroy Murdock is a nationally syndicated columnist with
the Scripps Howard News Service; a media fellow with the Hoover Institution
on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University; and a Senior Fellow
with the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, a supporter of about 300
free-market think tanks in some 90 countries world-wide. He also is on the
advisory board of Project 21, an organization of market-oriented black
thinkers and activists.
Mr. Murdock's column "This Opinion Just In" reaches approximately 400
newspapers across America each week, including the New York Post, The
Washington Times, the Boston Herald, and The San Francisco Examiner. He is a
frequent guest on CNBC, CNN, C-Span, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and other TV
and radio outlets.
As a popular public speaker, he has lectured or debated at Boston College;
the Cato Institute; the Council on Foreign Relations; Harvard Medical
School; the Heritage Foundation; the National Academy of Sciences;
Dartmouth, Stanford, and Tulane universities; and various fora, from Bogota
to Buenos Aires to Budapest.
He is a native of Los Angeles, a graduate of Georgetown University, and a
resident of New York City, where he earned an MBA from New York University.
His MBA program included a semester at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
For further information or to arrange an appearance, please contact: Deroy Murdock, 127 Fourth Avenue, Fifth Floor, New York, NY 10003; Phone: 212-995-1538; [email protected]; [email protected].
Selected Publications by Deroy Murdock:
Black Activists Condemn Senate Leader Harry Reid Playing the Race Card in Health Care Debate (December 2009)
Stethoscope Socialism (September 2006)
You Have NO Right to Social Security (March 2006)
Social Security: Ed Crane's Advice (March 2006)
Democrats for Personal Retirement Accounts (March 2006)
Trust Fund? What Trust Fund? (March 2006)
Thoughts on Tookie Williams (December 2005)
One Righteous Dis: Bush Right to Turn Down NAACP (July 2004)
Lawsuit Lotto Reaches Burned Ruin of R.I. Nightclub (June 2003)
Jesse Jackson's Church of Instant Forgiveness (February 2001)
Digital Divide? What Digital Divide? (November 2000)
NAACP Not Ready for Prime Time (February 2000)
Rudy Giuliani's Crime-Fighting Policies Save Black Lives (July 1999)
James Earl Ray is Survived by a Family of Troubling Questions (May 1998)
How Social Security Shortchanges Black Americans (August 1997)