Some newcomers to the United States political scene don't quite have the same grasp as someone like Peggy Noonan. After
all, Noonan has been talking, writing and living politics for years, and she has written about her experiences. The best way
to experience her story is by seeing her at one of her speaking
Peggy Noonan has held many impressive positions over the years. In the late 1970s, she was an adjuct professor of Journalism
at New York University. She also worked as a producer at CBS News in New York before taking a position as a special assistant
to President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. She was an insider during one of America's most storied times, which makes her life
story better than most theater shows.
One of the ways that Peggy Noonan has been able to give her readers in inside look into her experiences is through her
famed books. Noonan has written many now-famous books like "What I Saw At the Revolution: A Political Life In The Reagan Era,"
"The Case Against Hillary Clinton," "Patriotic Grace" and many others.
Peggy Noonan has been a columnist for the Wall Street Journal for quite awhile, having proven herself both as a writer
and a political figure. She has many insights into today's political scene, which is why it is worth seeing her live. Gather
your politically-minded friends and make her next speaking tour stop a group outing.