A distinguished columnist, editor and foreign correspondent, Wes Pruden has been a leading voice of conservative thought for more than three decades.
About Wes Pruden
The 1991 winner of the H.L. Mencken Prize, Wes is perhaps best known for his stewardship of The Washington Times, where he was Editor in Chief from 1992 through 2008. He first joined the Times as chief political correspondent in 1982, just four months after the paper was founded, and is now Editor Emeritus.
He brings to Pruden & Politics ten years’ experience as a foreign correspondent, reporting from Saigon, Hong Kong, Beirut, and London, and covering such stories as the Vietnam War.
For the past three decades, he’s been reporting on and writing about national stories, and especially the Federal government and politics. Wes has seen it all. Pruden & Politics reflects the depth of experience, understanding and wisdom of having covered the national and international scene during the historic decades of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
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How Wes saw things on Jun. 20, 2012
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