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Ana Navarro

This Nicaraguan-born commentator has an interesting view working for both CNN and Telemundo as a Never-Trump Republican in the MAGA era. Go »

Andrew Breitbart

This Hollywood Jew became one of the Internet's fiercest conservative voices on several websites, including one bearing his name. Go »

Andrew Tate

These days, this ultra-masculine misogynist is better known for settling fights with his Internet connection than with his feet. Go »

Andy Rooney

America's cranky old man is always there at the end of every 3600 seconds. Go »

Ann Coulter

Would it be a high crime, a misdemeanor, or treason if I taught you how to slander a liberal? Go »

Ann Landers

You're not going to land the answer to this goo by writing to some newspaper for advice. Go »

Anthony Fantano

This self-described nerd with a fruity nickname won't stop expressing himself about his taste in music, no matter how many stars make fun of his shirts. Go »

Anthony Lewis

This Pulitzer-winning writer is one of the most liberal columnists at one of the most liberal major newspapers in the country. Go »

Arianna Huffington

This Greek author, columnist, gubernatorial candidate, and occasional actress will be remembered for introducing the term "huffpo" to the world. Go »

Barbara Olson

The wife of George W. Bush's solicitor general was a regular commentator on CNN and Fox News. Go »

Bill Kristol

He worked in the first Bush White House, wrote weekly of his support for the second Bush White House, and vehemently opposed the Trump White House. Go »

Bill O'Reilly

If you want to outfox the other players, this conservative author and talk show host will have to factor into your plan. Go »

Bill O'Reilly

This registered independent says that conservative ideology doesn't factor into the political commentary show that he hosts on Fox News Channel. Oh, really? Go »

Boris Epshteyn

This Moscow native is now a senior figure in his second Trump campaign, leaving behind his job making political commentary in nearly 200 local TV markets. Go »

Chris Matthews

This Philadelphian MSNBC host calls himself liberal but doesn't always vote that way, as he voted for George W. Bush for President. Go »

Christopher Hitchens

Great God! The nation is astir over the writings of this columnist from across the atlantic. Go »

Christopher Hitchens

no deathbed prayers for this soon-to-be ex-ex-patriot Go »

David Brooks

a conservative voice swimming up the liberal stream Go »

Dick Morris

His strategizing made Bill Clinton a crossover figure (even prostitutes listened in), but now he's one of Hillary Clinton's sharpest critics. Go »

Dinesh D'Souza

Two years ago, he successfully looked four years into the future about what happened four and half decades earlier. Go »

Dorothy Kilgallen

What's my line? Columnist, journalist and TV game show panelist before mysteriously dying. Go »

Fareed Zakaria

new directions in foreign policy Go »

Fran Lebowitz

This humorist and public speaker hasn't finished a book since 1994, but she remains one of New York City's most opinionated and distinctive voices. Go »

Gene Siskel

Prior to his 1999 passing, this film critic considered himself a fair RATER at the movies, even though he gave far more of the dreaded thumbs-down ratings than his TV partner. Go »

Glenn Beck

Paranoia won't destroy your ratings if you're this conservative commentator. Go »

Greg Kelly

This former Fox friend is now maxing out his influence as the nightly prime-time host on a new news network. Go »

Greil Marcus

Was it his musical training or just a weird mystery that this old American was able to make time for writing a book? Go »

Grover Norquist

He likes tax reform, in the sense of no net increases in taxes ever again, and he's gotten most Republicans to pledge their support. Go »

Henry Rollins

When his opinions could no longer be contained to what he could scream in a punk rock song in the 80s, he raised the flag of his own record label to publish spoken-word albums, and rolled around the world as a comedian, presenter, actor, author, and activist. Go »

Jean Rook

She expressed her opinions daily in her column, and was the first lady to write in the Sunday paper as a private eye (at least in parody form). Go »

Jennifer Peepas

If you're an awkward geek or you just need some help setting boundaries, you may want to consult the professor on the subject. Go »

Jim Hightower

From his lofty perch, this political essayist likes to criticize both the left and the right. Go »

Kathleen Kingsbury

After America's paper of record endorsed sending in troops to quell American protests, she was put in charge of preventing further controversy. Who's the king? Go »

Keith Olbermann

It's strange that sports' central commentator would get to count down his political views on a news network, but opinion is opinion. Go »

Lou Dobbs

Immigration opponents just lost one of their most vocal supporters. Go »

Malcolm Gladwell

New York is grateful to have this canine sociologist on the job. Go »

Malcolm Gladwell

He's half-Jamaican, half-British, all-Canadian, and a New Yorker by trade. Go »

Marianne Williamson

It may take one of the miracles she writes and teaches about for her to win the presidency. Go »

Marques Brownlee

He's a hi-def tech reviewer and ultimate pro. Go »

Pat Buchanan

This American Conservative and influential political thinker worked for three presidents and ran for the office himself in 1992, 1996, and 2000. Go »

Peggy Noonan

Before she became a celebrated and controversial opinion-maker, she wrote some of the most memorable presidential speeches of the 1980s, introducing phrases like "a kinder, gentler nation" and "a thousand points of light" to the national consciousness. Go »

Rachel Campos-Duffy

She demonstrates what happens when Fox & Friends hosts stop being polite, and start getting real. Go »

Rachel Held Evans

This Tennessee-based blogger has spent years (one in particular) being a devoted Christian and not being a monkey. Go »

Raj Patel

This British-American academic is hungry for economic change. Go »

Richard Roeper

The bald guy left some pretty big shoes to fill, but the fat guy gave someone the thumbs-up for the job. Go »

Rob Schmitt

First he was a friend of Fox. Now he's taking his news commentary to the max elsewhere. Go »

Robert Baer

Perhaps George Clooney wanted to play this government employee in a movie because his book mentioned sleeping with someone. Go »

Robert Hughes

If you're upside down, maybe you'll say he's a major art critic. But don't do it in a car or you'll crash. Go »

Robert Scoble

This evangelist is known for wearing high-tech head gear in the shower. Go »

Roger Ebert

The fat guy, now thumbing without the bald guy. Go »

Ryan Schreiber

His publishing success is due to his three-pronged approach to independent music. Go »

Sarah Vowell

This living American journalist has incredible powers of observation. Go »

Sean Hannity

This foxy talker hosts his eponymous show alone, posing the question: Can there be a conspiracy of one? Go »

Seth Godin

He's one of the most influential marketing minds of the digital age, ever since his late-nineties job at Yahoo!, which sure beat writing novels about video games. Go »

Steven Brill

This lawyer and author loved the law so much that he turned a lawyer into a magazine and a court into television. Go »

Stewart Brand

He turned a photo of a planet into a whole brand for his ideas about how humans ought to live in peace with each other and the environment. Go »

Ta-Nehisi Coates

He never sugar-coats his views on raising black sons in America or paying reparations for slavery. Go »

Thomas Paine

his propaganda gave England a migraine Go »

Tomi Lahren

This blazing conservative voice really did record her final thoughts after expressing a pro-choice opinion. Go »

Tony Schwartz

A master of the art of the ghostwritten business book, since 2016 he has focused on the art of the criticism of the credited co-author. Go »

Tucker Carlson

After getting (cross)fired by CNN, he tucked his commentary into MSNBC's format, but didn't find a proper home until Fox News made him a contributor and then a nightly host. Go »

W.E.B. Du Bois

Not many Ghanians made history at Niagara Falls. Go »

William Kristol

He's a conservative thinker who sets a new standard every week, but he's never hosted the Oscars or starred on Saturday Night Live. Go »