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Overview (2)

Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameMargaret Noonan

Mini Bio (1)

Peggy Noonan was born on August 7, 1950 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Margaret Noonan. She is known for her work on Rebirth (2012), America: A Tribute to Heroes (2001) and The West Wing (1999). She has been married to Richard Rahn since 1985.

Spouse (1)

Richard Rahn (1985 - present)

Trivia (18)

Conservative journalist.
Was a speech writer in the Reagan Administration.
Graduated from Farleigh Dickinson University
Was raised a Democrat, but became a Republican after becoming disenchanted with the anti-war movement and the student counterculture.
Wrote the terms "one thousand points of light" and "Read my lips, no new taxes".
Wall Street Journal columnist.
Chief speech-writer for President Ronald Reagan in 1986.
Upper East Side, New York City. [April 2010]
Release of her book, "The Case Against Hillary Clinton". [2000]
Release of her book, "A Heart, a Cross and a Flag: America Today". [2003]
Release of her book, "What I Saw at the Revolution: A Political Life in the Reagan Era". [1990]
Release of her book, "Patriotic Grace: What It Is and Why We Need It Now". [2008]
Release of her book, "When Character Was King: A Story of Ronald Reagan". [2001]
Upper East Side, New York City. [May 2010]
Release of her book, "Simply Speaking: How to Communicate Your Ideas with Style, Substance and Clarity". [1998]
Release of her book, "Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness". [1994]
Release of her book, "John Paul the Great: Remembering a Spiritual Father". [2005]
Release of her book, "On Speaking Well: How to Give a Speech with Style, Substance and Clarity". [1999]

Personal Quotes (5)

Barack Obama inherited financial collapse, deficits, and debt. He inherited a broken political culture. These things weren't his fault. But through his decisions, he made them all worse. Editorial, June 3, 2011
I love columnists. I relate to their desperation and lone-cowboyness.
Lee Atwater had a phrase for when the voters made clear they were no longer enamoured of something. "The dawgs don't like the dawgfood".
9/11 was the trauma that changed everything. We lost the national luxury of assuming nice things will happen.
[on Donald Trump] The president's primary problem as a leader is not that he is impetuous, brash or naive. It is not that he is inexperienced, crude, an outsider. It is that he is weak and sniveling. It is that he undermines himself almost daily by ignoring traditional norms and forms of American masculinity. He's not strong and self-controlled, not cool and tough, not low-key and determine. He's whiny, weepy and self-pitying. He throws himself, sobbing, on the body politic. He's a drama queen.

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