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August 2008
The Punditty Project features Darren Richardson as the pundit, the punster, and even Punditty himself. Three hats, same head. He sees The Punditty Project as a virtual one-person newspaper featuring politics, news, sports, opinions, humor, original photography, entertainment stories and just about anything newspaper readers might find, only without the paper. Darren has been the managing editor of The American Pundit political writing contest since 2012. He worked in daily journalism for more than 15 years as a professional headline writer and copy editor, most recently for the San Francisco Chronicle. Additionally, he worked at daily newspapers in Kentucky and Illinois in the early 1990s before moving to California. Darren has been an Allvoices contributor since the 2008 presidential campaign. Darren served as an Army journalist in the Missouri National Guard, 1984-1990. He graduated from the Defense Information School, then located at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., in 1985. He holds a B.A. in English (1990) from Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. Contact info: punditty2014 at gmail dot com
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