Bestselling writer and Pulitzer Prize-winning NY Instances columnist. She became known for liberal politics columns that caricatured such politics market leaders as George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Barack Obama and described the powerful males by nicknames (‘W.,’ ‘Big Period,’ and ‘Spock,’ respectively). In 1973, she graduated through the Catholic College or university of America with an British degree. She started her journalism profession in 1974 by doing work for The Washington Celebrity as an editorial associate. She and her two siblings had been created in Washington, D.C. to Irish-American parents. She earned a Pulitzer Reward on her behalf columns for the Monica Lewinsky scandal.