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Bridget Johnson is a veteran journalist whose news articles and analyses have run in dozens of news outlets across the globe. Bridget first came to Washington to be online editor at The Hill, where she wrote The World from The Hill column on foreign policy. Previously she was an opinion writer and editorial board member at the Rocky Mountain News and nation/world news columnist at the Los Angeles Daily News.

Bridget is a Senior Fellow specializing in terrorism analysis at the Haym Salomon Center. She is a Senior Risk Analyst for Gate 15, a homeland security risk management firm in the Beltway. She is an NPR contributor and has contributed to USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, National Review Online, Politico, New York Daily News, The Jerusalem Post, The Hill, New York Observer, Washington Times, RealClearWorld and more, and has myriad television and radio credits including Al-Jazeera and SiriusXM. Bridget is Washington Editor for PJ Media.

WRITTEN BY Bridget Johnson
Governor says he doesn't want a "monument to stupidity" at the border but wouldn't remove the current barriers erected.
"Why did they even bother to choose New York City if they didn’t want to actually be a part of New York City and do the work it takes to be a good neighbor?"
Trump on using military construction funds: "This is far more important than what they were going to use it for... didn't sound too important to me."
Twenty-one percent reported being harassed for their political views, according to new ADL survey, and 11 percent said they were targeted because of religion.
Rates are about 85 percent for first doses and 67 percent for second-dose coverage even though 95 percent vaccination rates are needed to prevent outbreaks.