Deroy Murdock is a nationally syndicated columnist with the Scripps Howard News Service, a commentator to Human Events, and a contributing editor with National Review Online. His column, “This Opinion Just In…,” frequently appears in the Washington Times, New York Post, The Boston Herald, National Review, Orange County Register and many other newspapers and magazines in America and abroad. He was a founding staff commentator on MSNBC and has appeared on ABC’s “Nightline” and “Politically Incorrect,” “NBC Nightly News,” CNN, Fox News Channel, PBS, and C-Span, among other TV and radio programs.
Deroy Murdock is a contributor to Economic Strategy and National Security (Westview Press/Council on Foreign Relations, 2000), The Race Card: White Guilt, Black Resentment and the Assault on Truth and Justice (Forum, 1997), Black and Right: The Bold New Voice of Black Conservatives in America (Praeger, 1997) and The Third Generation: Young Conservatives Look to the Future(Regnery-Gateway, 1987).
Murdock was an intern on the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee under Senator Orrin Hatch (R – Utah) between 1982 and 1985. President Reagan appointed him to the National Advisory Board on International Educational Programs on which he served from 1987-1989.
Murdock is a Senior Fellow with the Atlas Economic Research Foundation; a Media Fellow with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace at Stanford University, a co-founder and National Board member of Third Millennium, an educational and political advocacy group launched by young Americans born after 1960; a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and President of Loud & Clear Communications, a Manhattan-based marketing and media consultancy. He volunteered on the 1980 and 1984 Reagan for President campaigns and was a communications consultant with Forbes 2000, the White House bid of publisher Steve Forbes.
Murdock received an AB in Government from Georgetown University in 1986 and an MBA in Marketing and International Business from New York University in 1989. His MBA program included a semester as an exchange student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.