Froma Harrop’s nationally syndicated column appears in over 150 newspapers, including The Dallas Morning News, Seattle Times, Denver Post, Arizona Republic, Newsday and Providence Journal.  She is also a regular presence on Real Clear Politics, Rasmussen and other prominent websites.  The twice-a-week column is distributed by Creators Syndicate in Los Angeles.

Media Matters ranks her column 20th nationally in total readership and 14th in large newspaper concentration.

Harrop has written for numerous other publications, ranging from The New York Times and Institutional Investor to Harper’s Bazaar. Previously, she covered business for Reuters Ltd. and was a financial editor for The New York Times News Service.

A Loeb Award finalist for economic commentary in 2004 and again in 2011, Harrop was also a Scripps Howard Award finalist for commentary in 2010.  She has been honored by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. The New England Associated Press News Executives Association has given her five awards.

Harrop has been a guest on PBS, MSNBC, Fox News and the Daily Show with Jon Stewart and is a frequent voice on NPR and talk radio stations in every time zone.

Froma Harrop in Chappell Hill, Texas

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  1. What was the point of your newest article on Berniie Sanders?

    Here’s my summary:

    “Cornel West was mean to Obama! Bernie Sanders said something mean to someone 43 years ago! Movement politics is mean! Because I said so! So vote for whatever candidate the establishment and corporate media serves up!”

    Not a single mention of the issues the West and Obama differ on. Not a single mention of any of the issue stances or ideas that have fueled Sanders’ growing popularity. Not a trace of substance to be found. Nothing but a strained, speculative, petty personality critique. What a perfect representation of how corporate media cover “politics” in 2015.