Sara Marie Brenner Now Writing For The Washington Times Communities Page
Sara Marie Brenner, creator of TheBrennerBrief.com and host of The Brenner Brief Show, will be joining The Washington Times as a paid writer for the communities page. Brenner expects to write a column most weekdays focusing on politics from a “conservatarian” angle.
“It is truly an honor to be writing for such a distinguished media outlet,” Brenner said. “The Times has a powerful reputation of delivering news that is among the most unbiased in the legacy media. My days are dedicated to getting the truth out about what is going on in America and the world, and this platform will help that message reach even more people.”
Her column, called “Brenner Brief,” will have her latest columns available here, where you may also sign up for the RSS feed. Brenner plans to frequently link to and mention stories from and contributors to TheBrennerBrief.com in her Times columns.
You may view Brenner’s bio page in the Communities section of The Washington Times by clicking here.
Sara Marie Brenner is the “conservatarian” host of The Sara Marie Brenner Show where she interviews A-list guests with passion. Brenner is the creator of TheBrennerBrief.com, and a former Ohio-based reporter for Human Events where she had a voter-fraud story go viral on Drudge. In addition, she has written for Yahoo!, Watchdog Wire, The Brenner Brief and other media outlets. Brenner appeared with BlogCon attendees on The Glenn Beck Program in May 2013, and also works with right-of-center folks needing marketing, PR and social media services.
In her home city, she was elected to city council in 2009 and her husband, Andrew, is an Ohio State Representative. She is very active on social media, where she regularly engages with listeners and readers. A classically trained pianist and former musical theatre and opera performer, in her spare time she’s likely to be doing something creative, including nurturing her inner amateur chef.
Her motto (via Winston Churchill): “You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood for something, sometime in your life.”
Look for her first column to appear on Monday, September 16.by